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The Legacy of Al Capone: How He Changed the World of Crime Gambling, boot-legging, extortion, and money racketeering are just some of the many profitable, yet illegal activities that aided Al Capone’s domination of the Chicago underworld. From its small beginning as gamblers and brothel owners to its domination of labor unions and distribution of illegal alcohol, the Capone organization and its members changed the world of organized crime forever. In the early 1900s ruthless business man, Al Capone and his syndicate, later to be known by the world as the Capone Gang, was able to corrupt political offices, form allied relationships with police officers, and intimidate the citizens of Chicago allowing organized crime to flourish and create
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But it is the Haymarket tragedy of 1886 where anarchists and a bomb exploded killing police officers that we find the inter connection of local police agencies, robber baron business leaders, cash payoffs to law enforcement officers and the privileging American values of family flag and church as the beginning stages of a network towards the repression of the political left. We do see in the 1930s a Communist Party more Americanized than other scholars indicate. With the Communist Party’s involvement in the civil war in Spain against anti-fascists forces and with helping to unionize in America during the Great Depression the CP according to Schrecker was beginning to build a following, they were on the Scottsboro boys court case in Alabama and soon became the,” unofficial left-wing of the new deal.”” Placing Jefferson Jackson Lincoln alongside Marx Engels and Lenin.
The Watergate Scandal Monique Nuuanu March 8, 2011 HIS/145 Elizabeth Labby The Watergate Scandal Even though Nixon called the Watergate scandal a cover up, President Richard Nixon is a disgrace to America because of the accusations made about Nixon part of the Watergate scandal. A lawsuit of historian Stanley I. Kutler was in session when evidence of a tape made in June 23, 1972 released and the tapes held conversations of President Nixon conversations involving himself in the Watergate scandals before and after his presidency. The Bacon (1974) website reports, the information written, and published are in control by the journalists. Albert H. Kramer is trying to help ordinary people break that cycle. Kramer wants the people to