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Books Music Enter keywords... Reference Library Welcome to the AmericanMafia.Com Reference Library. Allan May has listed over 500 books on the Mafia, organized crime, organized crime figures, labor racketeering, Prohibition, gambling, law enforcement officers involved in the pursuit of organized crime, and a section on the Mid-West Crime Wave of 1933-34. We have separated these collections by category for your easy reference. Books are listed in several categories if we felt they fit into more than one topic. Some books can be reviewed and ordered from the our , which is linked to this page. In addition, you can place orders for out-of-print books, which are listed here through the link above. Below is an outline of how the books are categorized: MAIN CATEGORIES: Autobiographies: Biographies – Alphabetical by Person: Biographies - Alphabetical by Title: Black Organized Crime: Canadian Organized Crime: Blood Brothers: How Canada’s Most Powerful Mafia Family Runs its Business Edwards, Peter – 1990 – Key Porter Books Canadian Connection, The Charbonneau, Jean-Luc – 1976 – Optimum Deadly Silence: Canadian Mafia Murders Edwards, Peter and Antonio Nicaso – 1993 – MacMillan Canada Global Mafia: The New World Order of Organized Crime Nicaso, Antonio and Lee Lamothe – 1995 – MacMillan Canada King of the Mob (Rocco Perri) Dubro, James and Robert F. Rowland – 1987 – Penguin Nephew, The: The Making of a Mafia Hitman Simard, Real and Michel Vastel – 1988 – Prentice Hall, Canada

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Romanticizing the Mafia: The Effects on the America That Cannot Let Go By Megan Sharp The following essay was awarded the first place, winning the essay contest sponsored by Stephen F, Austin's chapter of Phi Alpha Theta in Spring 2002. Megan Sharp is currently a junior at SFASU, majoring in Political Science. American's fascination took a critical turn with the publication of Mario Puzo's The Godfather in 1969 and its subsequent release as a film in 1971. Puzo, whose father abandoned his family when Mario was seven, grew up alienated from his Italian roots, and viewed most Italians as coarse and vulgar. Thus, when he wrote his best-selling novel, he did not attempt to glorify the Mafia. He mostly depicted Mafiosi as selfish and vicious gunslingers whose only concerns were money and themselves. But the story contained a crucial twist of plot, perhaps one with which th The Mafia's withdrawal from the inner cities was the second phase of its fall. Like any organized criminal enterprise, the Mafia relied on tough street friends to survive. It counted on hungry young criminals ready to do anything- kill, maim, blackmail- to win the affection of t

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Those books were “The mobs and the Mafia,” 1972, “Gangs and gangsters,” 1974,“Kidnapping America’s Least Known crimefighters,” published in
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TrackBack [0] Comments (0) Curses be upon him As mentioned by Perry , British Chancellor Gordon Brown set out his wealth-grabbing agenda for the next fiscal year in today's budget. As well as all the usual predations, he has also decided to increase government borrowing from £20 billion to £27 billion . Guess who has to repay that (plus interest)? Oh but what's another £7 billion or so when it's other people's money? Besides we productive workers have got far more money than we strictly need and never forget that Diversity Development, I mean 'poor underprivileged children'...need as much money as they can possibly get. For some temporary (albeit it ultimately futile) relief, my thanks are due to Samizada reader Simon Austin who sent me this link to a deliciously naughty 'swear-a-tron' where a few of us monstrously overburdened Brits can take out some of our frustrations.
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