Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 360 pages
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1930. The story of Capone, the most notorious gangster in the history of the nation. Alphonse Capone, better known to most as Al Capone or Scarface, ran Chicago with blood and guns. From the beginning, Capone didn't respond well to authority. While in the sixth grade he beat his female teacher. Following the incident he left school and faced with a life of low-paying jobs, he joined the street gang led by Johny Torrio and Lucky Luciano. And, as they say, the rest is history. Despite his years of running the rackets, it was eventually for tax evasion that he served time.

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Al Capone. New York: Park Lane Press, 1998. Kobler, John. Capone. New York: Putnam, 1971. Pasley, Fred D. Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man. ...
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Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man Garden City, 1930. 355 pp. The first of four essential Capone biographies, this by Chicago newspaperman Fred ...
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See also Fred D. Pasley, Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man (1930). For information on his life after imprisonment see James A. Johnston, ...
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Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man. Salem, New. Hampshire: Ayer Company, Publishing Inc. Pasley wrote about Capone during the Chicago’s ...
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