FEATURE-U.S. Indian tribes need to look beyond casinos


By Adam Tanner WINDOW ROCK, Arizona, March 25 (Reuters) - Casino capitalists or socialist-style sovereigns? Mired in poverty for much of their history, some Native American tribes are now reaping huge casino revenues. Yet many have done little to diversify economically, exposing the tribes to risk should the gambling business falter, experts say. "In many ways, tribal governments today are socialist in nature," Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, said ...

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