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RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) - Bibliography

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BLAKEY, G. ROBERT. "Foreword to Symposium: The Twentieth Anniversary of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act: Debunkers RICO's Myriad Myths." St. John's Law Review 701, no. 64 (1990).

BLAKEY, G. ROBERT, and GETTINGS, B. "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Basic Concepts—Criminal and Civil Remedies." Temple Law Quarterly 1009, no. 53 (1980).

BRENNER, SUSAN W. "RICO, LLE, and Other Complex Crimes: The Transformation of Criminal Law." 2 vol. Bill of Rights Journal 239 (1993).

COFFEY, PAUL E. "The Selection, Analysis and Approval of Federal RICO Prosecutors." Notre Dame Law Review 1035, no. 65 (1990).

LYNCH, GERARD E. "RICO: The Crime of Being a Criminal." Parts 1 and 2: Columbia Law Review 87 (1987): 661. Parts 3 and 4: Columbia Law Review 87 (1987): 920.

TARLOW, BARRY. "RICO Revisited." Georgia Law Review 291, no. 17 (1983).

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