Summary Of Annotated Bibliography Organized Crime

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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Annotated Bibliography April 3, 2011 Devry University, ENG 135 ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Annotated Bibliography Abdinsky, Howard. (1981). Organized Crime. Allyn and Bacon, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts. This first part of this book dealt with the definition and structure of organized crime, explaining organized crime and the history of organized crime. This book also discusses other criminal activities such as theft/fence rings, gangs, and terrorists. Also discussed in this book is how the history of organized crime in many cities is similar. Bequai, August. (1979). Organized Crime. Heath and Company. Massachusetts. This book…show more content…
(1984). Corporation of Corruption. Charles C. Thomas Publisher. Springfield, Illinois. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 This book talks about the illicit transactions in drugs by organized crime. This book also talks about the risks of organized crime. This book also talks about how organized crime’s interest in gambling began with casino gambling during prohibition and numbers running in inner city areas. Ianni, Francis, A.J. and Elizabeth Reuss-Ianni. (1976). The Crime Society. New American Library, INC. The first part of this book talks about what is organized crime. The second part of this book talks about a culture history of organized crime. The third part of this book deals with victims, consumers and protection of organized crime. The fourth part of this book deals with organized crime and government corruption politics have played a role in organized crime since the Nixon- Watergate scandal, and even before it. The fifth part of this book deals with control of organized

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