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The Rise and Fall of the American Mafia
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This can consist of exploitation of employers, union members, or both. It comes in various forms. Union members pay into pension funds that are sometimes managed more for the interests of mobsters than for their retirement incomes. The Mafia. Criminal organizations sometimes arise in closely knit immigrant groups that do not trust the local police and other authorities. Local citizens believed they could not trust Spanish law enforcement officials, and so organized their own protection societies that eventually evolved into the Mafia.
The confederation later engaged in organized crime. A member of the Mafia is a "mafioso," or "man of honor. The protector role reached the United States in the early 20th century, where newly arrived Italian immigrants frequently knew no English and clustered in the same neighborhoods.
Numerous established Americans were suspicious of new immigrants, particularly those with little grasp of the English language. Some Italians feared that they could not depend on the frequently crooked and intolerant local police for protection, and resorted to the mafiosi instead. Midway through the 20th century, Mafia influence crested in the United States. Despite this, the Mafia and its ilk have become woven into the fabric of the American popular imagination, especially in movies.
The term "mafia" has been generalized to label any sizable group involved in racketeering, such as the Russian Mafia or the Japanese Yakuza. The rise of gangsterism. The Prohibition era of the s gave rise to the organized crime syndicate in the United States. Federal efforts to enforce prohibition, including raids on speakeasies, were countered by well-organized bootlegging operations with national and international connections.
There were also gangs in Detroit , New York and other cities.
Wars among gangs, producing grisly killings, frequently made headlines. When the repeal of prohibition made buying liquor legal once again, gangs that were still intact resorted to different sources of illegal gain, among them gambling, narcotics trafficking and labor racketeering. Crime kingpins of the s knew from experience in the previous decade that solid political connections were an advantage, and inter-gang fighting held severe drawbacks. The Syndicate, a close-knit national organization comprising numerous crime leaders from around the country, was forged by Lucky Luciano and Louis Kepke Buchalter.
Its underground polity set geographical boundaries, distributed crime profits, and enforced its edicts with the help of Murder, Inc. Luciano was arrested, tried, convicted, and later deported to Italy. Buchalter was executed and Murder, Inc.
With those head blows against organized crime, it was thought by some to be terminated in the United States. Senator Estes Kefauver and his investigative committee disclosed in and that the organized crime hydra was still alive — with new heads. A new wrinkle revealed by the committee indicated that the latest crime lords had sealed themselves off from prosecution by hiding behind legitimate business enterprises and avoiding direct involvement with criminal behavior.
Attempts to deport top racketeers were among the tactics used by law enforcement following the Kefauver committee revelations. Police in Apalachin, New York, happened upon a major convocation of crime lords in November They were from all over the U. The discovery prompted investigations that laid bare the tenacious power and reach of organized crime in the middle of the 20th century. Organized crime is lucrative.
The racketeering activity is the unlawful activity in which the Mafia is involved. The government can therefore prosecute the kingpin under RICO and send him to prison — even if he has never directly participated in criminal behavior.