Table of contents for King of the bootleggers : a biography of George Remus / William A. Cook.

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Table of Contents
Introduction	1
 1. Remus Pulls Himself Up by the Bootstraps	5
 2. Murder in the Sherman House	0
 3. Divorce and Career Change for Remus	00
 4. Politics and the Ohio Gang	00
 5. Taking Care of Business	00
 6. Remus Has His Day in Court	00
 7. Smith Commits Suicide and Remus Goes to Prison	000
 8. Remus, Roxy and Means Expose the Ohio Gang	000
 9. Remus Is Cheated out of Whisky and Wife	000
10. Imogene Gunned Down-Remus; "I owed this to Society"	000
11. The Trial, Part One: Jury Selection	000
12. The Trail, Part Two: Testimony	000
13. The Trial, Part Three: Final Arguments and Verdict	000
14. Remus Wins His Freedom	000
15. Means, Daugherty and Willebrandt Become Authors	000
16. Beyond Prohibition: Capone Falls and Remus Fights On	000
Chapter Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Remus, George, 1876-1952.
Criminals -- United States -- Biography.
Prohibition -- United States -- History.
Liquor industry -- United States -- History.
Distilling, Illicit -- United States -- History.
Smuggling -- United States -- History.