Report of the American Bar Association Commission on Organized Crime to the American Bar Association
SubjectAmerican congressional bills--1951
Organized crime--United States
American Bar Association
MetadataShow full item record
AbstractThis report is based upon a close study of the work of the United States Senate Special Committee to Investigate Organized Crime in Interstate Commerce (led by Estes Kefauver) and upon supplementary research undertaken specifically for the Commission. It suggests the ways in which the American Bar Association should continue to fulfill its part in the common responsibility for the curtailment of organized crime in America.
PublisherAmerican Bar Association
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
The Educational work of the American methodist episcopal mission in Peru (1889 - 1930): social gospel and American economic and ideological penetration Bruno-Jofre, Rosa del Carmen (Calgary, 1983)
The Prospects for home-based work in Canada: a cultural assessment of the American home and Canadian/American urban differences Venini, George F. (Calgary, 1987)
Tsai, Sungfu (University of Calgary, Graduate Studies, 2014-09-24)This dissertation investigates how Wayson Choy and Laurence Yep deploy discursive strategies for increasing Chinese North Americans’ visibility in North America. So far, there has been a tremendous amount of published ...