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Mafia, U.S.A.

Author: Nicholas Gage
Publisher: Chicago : Playboy Press, ©1972.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [Book club ed.]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Gage
OCLC Number: 9101177
Description: viii, 373 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Maas, P. Joe Valachi's big contract.--Mills, J. The hit.--Lewis, N. The Mafia in Sicily.--Sondern, F. How the Mafia came to America.--Cook, F.J. The purge of the greasers.--Salerno, R., and Tompkins, J. After Luciano.--Sondern, F. Lucky Luciano, boss for all seasons.--Prial, F.J. Vito Genovese: power to spare.--Gage, N. Carlo Gambino, Mafia patriarch.--Time magazine. Joseph Columbo, impulsive innovator.--Cressey, D. The power structure.--Salerno, R. and Tompkins, J. Rules to live by.--Gage, N. Mafia women.--Messick, H. Mrs. Trigger Mike.--Talese, G.A family gathering.--Curtis, C. Pal Joey; a study in gangster chic.--Goodman, W.A good friend at city hall.--Hoge, T.A. New Jersey, the friendly State.--Gage, N. Frank Sinatra is a pal.--Demma, J. and Renner, T. The Mafia in the supermarket.--Penn, S. Muscling in.--Penn, S. On the waterfront.--Johnson, M. In Hollywood.--Grutzner, C. The businessman as victim.--Cook, F.J.A family business: hijacking, bookmaking, policy, dice games, loan-sharking, and special contracts.
Other Titles: Mafia, USA
Responsibility: edited by Nicholas Gage.

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