The Mob: 200 Years of Organized Crime in New York

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Green Hill Publishers, 1983 - Social Science - 543 pages
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A history of organized crime in New York documents the political chicanery, criminal corruption, and mob families and leaders from the pre-Tammany Hall days to the present

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Tammany HallOrigin and Early Corruption
Gangs of the Five Points and the Bowery
The Immigrant VoteFraud and Violence

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