Mafia Summit review É 3

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Mafia Summit review É 3 ¸ Mafia Summit is the true story of how a small town lawman in upstate New York busted a Cosa Nostra conference in 1957 exposing the Mafia to AmericaIn a small village in upstate New York mob bosses from all over the country—Vito Genovese Carlo Gambino Joe Bonanno Joe Profaci Cuba boss Santo Trafficante and future Gambino boss PaulAs they gathered to sort out a bloody war of successionFor years FBI director J Edgar Hoover had adamantly denied the existence of the Mafia but young Robert Kennedy immediately recognized the shattering importance of the Appalachian summit As attorney general when his brother JFK became president Bobby embarked on a campaign to break the spine of the mob engaging in a furious tu. Extreme detail of the upstate NY barbecue at the root of the Mafia's downward spiral in the US A lot than is covered herein than that that day's events We learn of a wealth of prior history subseuent court cases political embarrassments and even of the last years of all the main players At times Mafia Summit reads like a textbook one that might be used in a criminal justice course This style and level of minutiae leads to some dryness and the reader may be tempted to speed through large sections I certainly was But this book is almost a must read for mafia history buffs The facts in this biography are not laid this bare in any well known text on the Mafia coming from someone who's read them all

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Mafia Summit is the true story of how a small town lawman in upstate New York busted a Cosa Nostra conference in 1957 exposing the Mafia to AmericaIn a small village in upstate New York mob bosses from all over the country Vito Genovese Carlo Gambino Joe Bonanno Joe Profaci Cuba boss Santo Trafficante and future Gambino boss Paul Castellano were nabbed by Sergeant Edgar D Croswell. Interesting book I skimmed it I'm getting educated on the mafia but have found the material is pretty sobering There is really nothing positive about any of the mafia families or bosses or how they handled business They were filled with repugnant and evil people carrying out repugnant and evil agendas The most fascinating items involved the media and its portrayal of the mafia Pg 212 America's image of the mob and its recollection of the Apalachin summit is colored by overweening romanticization Who writes this stuff English majors film students garret stranded authors They're the bookish nerds looking across the playground at the bullies the tough corner boys the ones who victimized them with repeated beat downs and random humiliations and in response the nerds create an underworld of their own imagining THEY INVENT THE FIGURE OF THE NOBLE MOBSTER my emphasis addedThere are no noble mobsters The fascinating world of The Godfather and Goodfellas and Boardwalk Empire To uote the author overweening romanticization I wonder what Martin Scorsese would have to reply to that

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Mafia SummitRf battle with the powerful HooverDetailing mob killings the early days of the heroin trade and the crusade to loosen the hold of organized crime fans of Gus Russo and Luc Sante will find themselves captured by this momentous story Reavill scintillatingly recounts the beginning of the end for the Mafia in America and how it began with a good man in the right place at the right tim. Good educational awareness documentary