Reversible Destiny: Mafia, Antimafia, and the Struggle for Palermo

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Index
ACLI (Associazioni Cristiane Lavoratori Italiani), 176–77
Acquasanta neighborhood, 12, 13, 62, 107
administrative divisions (Palermo): 1980 districts, 166; “eight cities, ” 251–52, 256; mandamenti, 6; student survey of, 274
Albergheria neighborhood, 19, 183–86, 231, 271–74, 279
Alleanza Nazionale (AN; National Alliance party), 295–96, 298
Alongi, Antonino, 174
Alongi, Giuseppe, 30
Ambrosoli, Giorgio, 79
AMGOT (Allied Military Government of the Occupied Territories), 49–50
Andreotti, Giulio: DC current of, 56–57, 114, 157, 165, 190–91, 220; mafia and, 134, 147–50, 292; Sindona and, 79; trial of, 122, 134, 151–52, 213, 292–93, 297, 315n2
Annan, Kofi, 2, 286
Antimafia (journal), 177
antimafia judicial pool, 131–32, 146, 201, 210
antimafia movement, 3, 15, 90, 128, 159; activists, social background of, 3, 161–62, 218; Catholic activists in, 161–62, 165, 171–72; engaged in poor neighborhoods, 183–85, 187–89, 192, 205, 211, 258–59, 269–71; environmentalism and, 216–17; nineteenth century forerunner, 38; response to assassinations, 203–10; women in, 161, 216–17
Antiochia, Roberto, 140, 177, 227
Arab (Islamic) architecture, 7–8, 269–70
ARCI (Associazione Ricreativa Culturale Italiana), 204
Arcuri, Emilio, 179, 181, 186, 191, 242–43, 246, 257–58 aristocracy, 1, 6, 8–16, 35, 42, 131, 218; protectors of bandits, mafiosi, 30–31; role in unification, 26; Sicilian separatism and, 53–54
Arlacchi, Pino, 2, 175, 284, 312n4
Art Nouveau (Belle Epoque) style, 1, 12, 14, 18, 28, 57, 272
Association of Women against the Mafia (Donne contro la mafia), 187–88, 213, 216, 300
Atria, Rita, 93–94, 158
backlash, counter-antimafia, 3, 127, 193, 263; discourse, 194–97
Badalamenti, Gaetano, 64, 66, 68, 88–89, 123, 169–70, 295
Bagarella, Antonietta, 154, 200, 225
Bagarella, Leoluca, 68, 154, 221 banditry, 24–26, 30–32, 51, 85, 305n1; brigand corridor, 25, 33, 38–39, 200; compared to mafia, 31–32, 46; in India, 44; in Mexico, 44
Banfield, Edward C., 110, 117

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Chapter 1 - The Palermo Crucible 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Genesis of the Mafia 22
  • Chapter 3 - The Mafia and the Cold War 49
  • Chapter 4 - The Cultural Production of Violence 81
  • Chapter 5 - Seeking Causes, Casting Blame 103
  • Chapter 6 - Mysteries and Poisons 127
  • Chapter 7 - The Antimafia Movement 160
  • Chapter 8 - Backlash and Renewal 193
  • Chapter 9 - Civil Society Groundwork 216
  • Chapter 10 - Recuperating the Built Environment 235
  • Chapter 11 - Cultural Re-Education 260
  • Chapter 12 - Reversible Destiny 290
  • Notes 305
  • References 317
  • Index 331
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