The Crime Establishment: Organized Crime and American Society
John E. Conklin
Prentice-Hall, 1973 - Organized crime - 181 pages
The Supplementary Activities Book consists of a range of fun, engaging activities that complement the vocabulary and grammar themes of each chapter and offers instructors additional in-class activities that serve to energize and enrich students' classroom experience.
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