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Vito Genovese (1068 words)
Genovese was returned to the United States after the war, but all the witnesses to the murder charge against him were silenced.
Genovese probably even expected to be anointed boss of bosses at the meeting, but it ended in a total fiasco when authorities raided the affair and scooped up dozens of Mafia figures.
Genovese and 24 of his supporters were nailed, and, in 1959, Genovese was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Interpretations of Slavery: Eugene Genovese (2405 words)
Genovese, while busily advising fl people how to combat "social decay" in their ranks, fails to note that the main reason fl communities demand political autonomy the only reason a racially-defined, "fl" community exists is that another community, the white community, exercises political authority over fl people.
For Genovese, "The main problem" with soil exhaustion "lies in the reaction of social institutions," and the reaction of Southerners to soil exhaustion was, inevitably, shaped by the existence of slavery (p.
Genovese, focusing on the master-slave relationship, feels that the values inherent in a slave system are fundamentally different from, and incompatible with, the values of an industrial capitalist society.
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