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    Al Capone Legacy

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    opportunity of the illegal use and distribution of alcohol and created an empire. Al Capone, one of the most notorious crime bosses in history had obtained his fame in this period. With the help of Johnny Torrio he created a crime empire that included having police on his payroll. The legacy of Al Capone is a popular topic when talking about gangsters and criminals, but not everyone knows how big of an impact that Chicago had on its residence. Al Capone was apart of more petty…

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    When the name, “Al Capone” gets thrown into the conversation, words like “corrupt” or even “murderer” often follow. It is hard to imagine a man who had so much controversy surrounding him to be named “Public Enemy #1” would have a benevolent soul. Al Capone had a family. Not only that, but a tight-knit Italian family. He was a loving son, husband, and father. It is necessary to note, though, that many of the perceived ideas about him are true, but often exaggerated. Al, himself, touched upon…

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    Al Capone Research Paper

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    Al Capone: a man who started living a rich and lavish lifestyle by the age of 30. Living that lifestyle, always comes with a price; especially if it’s not legal at all. Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone rose in the 1930s to become one of the most notorious mob bosses in history. His actions not only affected the Chicago area, but had a major impact on the gangster himself. Prohibition, Gambling Dens, Whorehouses, and Gang Murders all made him the popular mob boss that everyone knows about today.…

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    A child from an italian immigrant family Al capone, nickname “scarface”.He rose up as a leader of a chicago mafia during the prohibition era.He grew up with a very poor family but he had a taste for bigger and better things. Many New York gangsters in the early 20th Century came from impoverished backgrounds, but this was not the case for the legendary Al Capone. Far from being a poor immigrant from Italy who turned to crime to make a living, Capone was from a respectable, professional…

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    III. It was a long way for Capone to join the bootlegging industry, and to gain the power he did. From a young age, Alphonse Capone started engaging in illegal activities. He only went to school until he was about 13 years old and dropped out of sixth grade after hitting his teacher. He then joined a famous gang owned by Johnny Torrio, the same man who later employed him in Chicago. The gang was known as the Five Points Gang They committed petty crimes such as stealing, but nothing as serious…

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    The Life of Scarface Al Capone was a very famous American gangster. He gained his fame during the prohibition era and to this day he is still famous. He never really did have good schooling as a child, but he ended up having a multi-million dollar business in crime. Throughout his life in crime, he did many illegal things and only ended up going to jail a few times. Al Capone was a gangster “murdered his was to the top of the Chicago mafia before being sent to Alcatraz” and that was one of the…

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    How Did Al Capone Capture

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    1/2 years, this was Al Capone's fate. Al Capone is one of the worlds' most famous gangsters. At a young age he started to show violent tendencies and was anti social. He then moved into severe criminal history. He started to avoid the police until one day The police capturing Al Capone someone found him. Al Capone was arrested on October 6, 1931. Capone avoided prosecution until one agent created a plan which resulted into his arrest. This effected criminals, police, and the people. It changed…

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    I. Alphonse Capone was one of the most powerful criminals in the history of the United States. He was powerful during the Jazz age and became so famous by illegally selling alcohol during the Prohibition, that he was one of the main reasons Prohibition came to an end. Capone’s rise to power helped abolish Prohibition as the city became more dangerous with the illegal bootlegging industry. From a very young age, working under Frankie Yale and Johnny Torrio, he started to get tougher and more…

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    Operations, Public and Governmental Affairs, Science and Technology and Strategic Intelligence and Information. Alphonse Gabriel Capone better known as Al Capone was one of the most notorious gangsters to rise to power during the Prohibition era. Salvicek claims that in this era for a little over thirteen years, it was illegal to buy, sale or transport any beverages containing alcohol, business owner and manufacturers who dealt with any aspect of alcohol were forced to shut down( 2009, 1).…

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    Some of the leading judges use the stuff. When I sell liquor, it’s called bootlegging. When my patrons serve it on silver trays on Lake Shore Drive, it’s called hospitality.” Alphonso Capone, famously known as Al, was just a guy who got swept away with the Windy City, just like every other person who lived there. Al Capone was known as a gangster and a brute, but he perfected his trade with his intelligence, modern business practices, and ability to self-promote all while avoiding jail time…

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