1929 Atlantic City press conference
Agenda: The Prohibition Act
The Atlantic City Conference is regarded as one of the most crucial meetings of mobsters in shaping the American Crime Syndicate. Attended by one of the most wanted mobsters, like Al Capone, Salvatore Luciana and many more. The conference was an outcome of the Saint Valentine Massacre that took place in Chicago; the conference aimed to promote more unity among the gangs and prevent similar gang wars from breaking out. The conference also managed to reduce the criminal activity of the gangs, in order to avoid the gangs from getting exposed.
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