1966: The Globalization of Crime

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Monroe Karmin ’53

Monroe Karmin won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting — at great risk to himself and co-author Stanley Penn — in the Wall Street Journal on the links between American organized crime and gambling in the Bahamas, a pioneering report on the globalization of crime. Karmin later became president of the National Press Club. 

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