al capone

As soon as Capone reached the legal age of fourteen, he

dropped out of school to live this economic dream of making money as a gangster

on the streets. 1.Al Capone was convinced that the opportunities for personal

advancement and material success were not available through legitimate means,

and so Capone turned toward the crime profession of bootlegging. Capone was a

smart man with a mission. 2.His mission was to succeed as a criminal in a

business like matter. Although prohibition was clearly illegal, Capone used his

prohibition as a business. His attire was that of a rich business man, along

with his ways of talking were also that of a business man. Everything Capone did

was set to flow like a business, and prohibition help him act out his business

Capone used prohibition to 3.make over a modern city for his own use, and

lived off it as blatantly and richly as a caesar of Rome. This edict that Capone

presented, seem to have establish the standards for the ways of the mafia today.

With this method of doing business, it would only dispense the mafia with more

control over meaningful people in their pursuit of organized crime both then and

now. 4.There are several cases on record about Capone in which the


 
 
 
 
 
 



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