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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Robert Kelly
  • ISBN:
    0865980853
  • ISBN13:
    978-0865980853
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  • Publisher:
    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; First Edition edition (May 1, 1986)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Social Sciences
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This book presents more than just historical facts and statistics. Schatzberg and Kelly's history of African American organized crime answered my questions. It provided crime stats from 1900's to 1930's. It provides insight and perspective into the social and economic factors that contributed to the evolution of black organized crime in America. This is a really good primary resource for students of sociology and criminal justice, and can also be an interesting read for non-students. One person found this helpful. Reading their book, I discovered pimping, numbers, real estate and smuggling liquor into speakeasies could be a dangerous and sometimes deadly business.

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Robert J. Kelly, Ko-Lin Chin, Rufus Schatzberg. Internationally known authorities in criminal justice provide one of the most comprehensive and detailed surveys today of the diverse ethnic and racial groups in the criminal underworld and their grave. Internationally known authorities in criminal justice provide one of the most comprehensive and detailed surveys today of the diverse ethnic and racial groups in the criminal underworld and their grave threats to the very fabric of American society. This coherent overview describes Mafia, Chinese, African American, Russian, and other criminal activities in different cities currently with historical background, showing the pernicious effects that their illicit operations have had on the economic, social, political, and moral life of the nation.

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Internationally known authorities in criminal justice provide one of the most comprehensive and detailed surveys today of the diverse ethnic and racial groups in the criminal underworld and their grave threats to the very fabric o.

Internationally known authorities in criminal justice provide one of the most comprehensive and detailed surveys today of the diverse ethnic and racial groups in the criminal underworld and their grave threats to the very fabric of American society. This coherent overview describes Mafia. The third part of the book (on ways to counter Organized Crime) were not that interested and were for the most part a summary of facts without a decent theoretical basis. ROBERT J. KELLY is Broeklundian Professor of Social Science at Brooklyn College and Professor of Criminal Justice at the Graduate School of the City University of New York. He has served as a consultant to federal, state, and municipal agencies.