state and crime

The Latins knew the famous saying “pecunia non olet”, a statement full of self-indulgence immune to any ethical and idealistic hesitation. From the slogan the step is short, yesterday as today, in believing that money, whatever its more or less legitimate origin, still brings wealth and well-being to the community. In the southern regions, for example, if there were no organized crime, unemployment would be at least 10% higher.

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