On the Take: From Petty Crooks to Presidents

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Indiana University Press, 1988 - Political Science - 301 pages
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"... this book makes a significant contribution to what we know about illicit enterprise and corruption." —Social Forces

"... reads with the ease of an action-filled, best-selling novel... worthy and refreshing... " —Journal of Criminal Justice

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Both interesting and important. Easy to read, filled with details that explain a lot about how corruption works in Seattle. Be sure to read the second edition, which was written ten years later, after ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One You Can Get Anything You Want
13
Chapter Two Being in the Business of Vice
32
Chapter Three Profits and Payoffs
50

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