By Donald Goines
A wide a part of Goines' thirty 9 years of existence was once spent being a profitable pimp, a heif, an operator of corn liquor homes, an armed robber, and a small time dope broker. He lived the lifetime of the streets and out of that have he created Prince, the anti-hero of Black Gangster! It's the tale of the stunning underworld of black organised crime and the fledgling black "godfather" who is going from teen ganglord to robust Detroit mobster. just like the gangsters of the 1920's, he starts off with boot-legging and branches out into each recognized crime
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Lazarsfeld and Morris Rosenberg, Editors, The Language ofSocial Research, Glencot" : The Free Press, 1955, pp. 63--65. 36 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY and sometimes as "forgery," making it impossible to get a close estimate of the amount of variation in time of anyone of these offences. 12 Fifth, when comparisons are made, the mere number of crimes known to the police is not sufficient. What is needed is statements of rates-the number of crimes in proportion to the number of population or in proportion to some other base.
With the passage of time, more and more concentrated efforts have been made to integrate the findings of investigators in the general fields of sociology and social psychology and to develop a unified body of knowledge which would give an adequate scientific explanation of crime and criminality. The most noteworthy attempts to generalize about the data, or at least about many of the data, on crime and criminality are those by Sutherland, Sellin, Taft and Merton. 3 There have been two distinct handicaps under which criminological theoreticians like Sutherland have worked, and it is these two handicaps which are the subject-matter of this chapter.
Scholars who are convinced that criminality and delinquency can be carefully studied but never explained cannot be expected to follow up and, possibly, modifY and improve any given theoretical generalization. • John L. 53-67. 8 Thorsten Sellin, Culture Conflict and Crime, New York: Social Science Research Council, 1938, pp. 20-40; Robert K. Merton, "Social Structure and Anomie", American Sociological Review, 3 (October, 1938), pp. 677-682 (This article has been revised and enlarged and it now appears in Robert K.
Black Gangster by Donald Goines