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Taxing Terrorism from Al Capone to Al Qaida
Fighting Violence Through Financial Regulation

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by Jeffrey Breinholt
Published on August 1st, 2005

This book by the Deputy Chief of the Justice Department's Counterterrorism Section aims to give readers an understanding of a largely overlooked aspect of U.S. federal criminal law enforcement. It is also designed to foster an appreciation for an under-rated skill: telling a story with documents. These issues are vitally important to national security, and to the current challenge of keeping innocent people safe from political violence. In the war on terror, we cannot ignore financial investigative techniques and the value of documentary storytelling.

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