This was a student publication created in 2003 by Chuck Holmgren for the American Studies MA program at UVA.





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synopses
Public Enemy   Little Caesar   Scarface  
  Previous Introduction
Prohibition - The Self-Made Man - The Business of Crime
The Ethnic, Urban, Working Class - Sound and the Gangster
Censorship and the Hays Code - Conclusion
Works Cited
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