Organized Crime

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The Yakuza vs. The Triads

What accounts for the differences in perception and portrayal between these two criminal organizations.

Furthermore, how do they compare to their Italian-American organized crime counterparts?

Can you think of any other examples of organized crime groups serving as community leaders as some Yakuza do in Japan?

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