Public Enemies: America's Criminal Past 1919 to 1940
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Public Enemies: America's Criminal Past 1919 to 1940

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Coverage includes an overview of the sweeping changes in crime, crime control, and crime legislation; a chronology of crime; and a "Who's Who" of gangsters and outlaws.
Paperback, 384 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by Facts on File
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Family: Born March 6, 1936, in Iowa City, IA to Albert Joseph and Myrtle (Curl) Helmer; He left Iowa City before age one, grew up in the Mexican border town of Pharr, TX, and prefers to celebrate March 6 as one hundred years to the day after the Fall of the Alamo.) He married Pat Thompson, September, 1958 (divorced, 1966); married Jean Brockman (a free-lance illustrator), Augus...more
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