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Criminal figures of the Twenties
"I'm leaving for St. Petersburg, Florida, tomorrow. Let the worthy citizens of Chicago get their liquor the best they can. I'm sick of the job. It's a thankless one and full of grief....I've been spending the best years of my life as a public benefactor" (Torricelli 85). As Capone himself accurately describes, his job was seen as one of a "benefactor" whereby he produced a much-desired commodity withheld by the government. Consequential to the institution of prohibition during the twenties, the consummation of a marriage between crime lord and citizen occurred. For the first major time dur…
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