Italy - A Tale of Two Police Forces
Richard O. Collin tells the story of Italy’s parallel police forces, and how they have contended with Mussolini, the Red Brigades – and the Mafia.
Looking at Italy today, penologists see a curiously non-violent society which becomes progressively less murderous with every passing year.
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