CCLaP Fridays: The Early Parking Garages of San Francisco, by Mark D. Kessler

This week at CCLaP Karl Wolff reviews, “The Early Parking Garages of San Francisco,” by Mark D. Kessler, an obscure topic that may reward a specialized type of reader. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: The Early Parking Garages of San Francisco, by Mark D. Kessler

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Reviews in Brief: Deconstructing Organized Crime: a historical and theoretical study, by Joseph L. Albini and Jeffrey Scott McIllwain

A review of Deconstructing Organized Crime, a uncommonly readable academic text about the intersections of organized crime, terrorism, and globalization. Continue reading Reviews in Brief: Deconstructing Organized Crime: a historical and theoretical study, by Joseph L. Albini and Jeffrey Scott McIllwain

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