The Garden State has a long history of political corruption— we’ll try to cover the last three decades of it in forty minutes with journalists Bob Ingle. His book The Soprano State covers the scandals that have made New Jersey famous; from Jimmy Hoffa to the recent headline grabbing stories involving money-laundering rabbis, bribed mayors and black-market organ selling.
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