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Nevada is perhaps the most misunderstood state in the Union. In the past, outsiders have desired it for its sinful ways because it allowed divorces and gambling. Over the years its broad expanses have been used for testing atomic bombs, ripped apart for its valuable minerals and designated as a host for radioactive waste. But Nevada is not a wasteland . . . and this book proves it with beautiful color photography of vistas from all over the state and thoughtful stories throughout. It is a 175 page hardbound book that measures 12″ x 9 1/2″ and has a dust jacket.