Vol. 1, Issue 1, Sept. 2008 Contents
Part 1 of 2
"A single year changed everything for the American Mafia.
"Aided by vice and extortion income, by the arrival of vast numbers of Sicilian and southern Italian victims already practiced in deference to an outlaw class and by periodic rejuvenating shake-ups of its organization, the Mafia in the United States rapidly grew in wealth and power from its 19th Century origins through the first half of the 20th Century. The organization's resources and influence might have continued to grow unchecked but for the events of 1957."
Eight and a half pages article body
Three and a half pages of endnotes
13 grayscale photos.
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