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Thesis Al Capone led a very successful life even though the ways in which he achieved success were not superior Outline IIntroduction IILife in New York AChildhood BGangs Al was in CRumors of the origin of his scars IIIFamily IVRumors of why Al moved to Chicago AWorking for Torrio 1bodyguard 2racketeering 3prostitution BOther Rumors VRise To Power AKilling Big Jim BTorrios Retirement CAttempts at his life DWhat he controlled VIProhibition AHow capone obtained alcohol 1brewing it 2importing it BProfits VIIReputation VIIIMoving to Florida IXSaint Valentines Day Massacre APlanning BOccurrences CWho was killed DMorans reaction ETypical capone killings FGetting away with murder XGood things XIGetting arrested ASentence BDefense XIIPrison XIIIDeath Al Capone led a very successful life even though the ways in which he achieved success were not superior He was a famous gangster who controlled the mafia in Chicago in the 1920s He did not rule long but what he did in the short amount of time that he did rule will be remembered forever Als parents emigrated from Naples to New York City in 1893 His father was a poor barber Their original name was Caponi Al was born in Brooklyn New York on January 17 1899 He was the fourth child out of 9 When Al was in sixth grade he got into a fight with either a principal or a teacher Even though he was a bright student this caused him to quit school He was fourteen at the time After he quit school he went searching for jobs He had many jobs before he went to work with Johnny Torrio He was a clerk in a candy store a pin boy in a bowling alley and a cutter in a bookbindery When he decided that laboring was not what he wanted to do with his life he turned to gangs He was a member of the Brooklyn Rippers and the Forty Thieves Juniors before he joined Torrios
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