New PDF release: A República da Máfia - A maldição do crime em Itália: Cosa

By John Dickie

ISBN-10: 9724419142

ISBN-13: 9789724419145

Em A REPÚBLICA DA MÁFIA, John Dickie conta-nos a história de como a Cosa Nostra, a Camorra e a Ndrangheta sobreviveram na época republicana, multiplicando-se e espalhando-se, para criar assim novas máfias e promover a sua expansão em zonas do território nacional que até então pareciam imunes. Ao longo dos tempos, estas irmandades de sangue têm vindo a tornar-se cada vez mais fortes, mais ricas e mais violentas do que nunca. Se, por um lado, existem mais diferenças entre as três máfias de Itália do que aquelas que o leitor pode supor - sendo algumas muito subtis enquanto outras são flagrantes -, a verdade é que cada uma tem seguido um caminho distinto ao longo da história. Apesar dessas diferenças intrigantes entre as organizações criminosas, as suas histórias fazem mais sentido quando entrecruzadas numa única narrativa, como revela John Dickie. As máfias partilham muito entre si, sobretudo uma relação perversa com o Estado italiano, que seduzem e combatem alternadamente, num processo de infiltração já muito antigo. Itália não tem organismos criminosos solitários e estáticos: tem um ecossistema criminoso rico que continua a gerar novas formas de vida.

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