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by Richard Hammer
Published in 1975, "Playboy's Illustrated History of Organized Crime" traces the development of the . underworld from just before the turn of the twentieth century up until President Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974 and his memorable line, "I am not a crook.
Published in 1975, "Playboy's Illustrated History of Organized Crime" traces the development of the . Packed with photos and first-rate illustrations, the Prohibition Era and the mobsters it produced are covered in great detail.
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Start by marking Playboy's Illustrated History Of Organized Crime as. . Yaye me! It's not really a magazine, but a 377-page hardcover book about organized crime, the . government, and the art and photojournalism that surrounds all of that. It covers the crime that took place in New York, Illinois, Ohio, Nevada, and more. It's truly fascinating and well-written and the illustrations are perfect.
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By Martin A. Gosch and Richard Hammer. Illustrated Richard Hammer, whose The Court Martial of Lieutenant Calley was nominated for a National Book Award in 1972, comes. And the Playboy people, who actually published the Kempton article, evidently were ineuenced by it, having wasted little time in commissioning a series of 12 articles on organized crime and now reissuing them in the form of a coffeetable book called Playboy's Illustrated History of Organized Crime with a cover price which, in today's tightmoney economy, is almost like. Richard Hammer, whose The Court Martial of Lieutenant Calley was nominated for a National Book Award in 1972, comes across in this series as one of the top rewrite in the business. Continue reading the main story.