The Crime of Conspiracy

Goldstein, Abraham S.
May 1961
New Republic;5/15/61, Vol. 144 Issue 20, p8
Focuses on the crime of conspiracy in the U.S. Political crime by Communists; Problems illustrated in the organized crime at Appalachian; Involvement of corporate executives in price-fixing conspiracies and in tax evasion conspiracies; Use of charges of conspiracy by prosecutors; Agreement to commit an offense; Judicial frustration of the fight against organized crime; History of conspiracy; Law of conspiracy.


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