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Michele Pantaleone (1911 – 12 February 2002) was a respected journalist and expert on the Sicilian Mafia and one of the first to shed light on the links between organized crime and political power. Pantaleone was born in Villalba, a village in a poor region of Sicily, where most people lived of subsistence agriculture, which was also the home town of the prominent Mafia boss Calogero Vizzini. Pantaleone came from a relatively well off family and was trained as a land surveyor. Initially a leading member of the Italian Socialist Party (Partito Socialista Italiano, PSI) in Villalba he later switched to the Italian Communist Party (Partito Comunista Italiano, PCI).

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  • Michele Pantaleone (1911 – 12 February 2002) was a respected journalist and expert on the Sicilian Mafia and one of the first to shed light on the links between organized crime and political power. Pantaleone was born in Villalba, a village in a poor region of Sicily, where most people lived of subsistence agriculture, which was also the home town of the prominent Mafia boss Calogero Vizzini. Pantaleone came from a relatively well off family and was trained as a land surveyor. Initially a leading member of the Italian Socialist Party (Partito Socialista Italiano, PSI) in Villalba he later switched to the Italian Communist Party (Partito Comunista Italiano, PCI). (en)
  • Michele Pantaleone (Villalba, 30 novembre 1911 – Palermo, 12 febbraio 2002) è stato un saggista, giornalista, politico e sociologo italiano. Era esperto sulle dinamiche di Cosa nostra nella Sicilia a cavallo della seconda guerra mondiale e del decennio successivo. Tra le sue opere più note i libri, Mafia e politica e Antimafia: occasione mancata, testi di grande importanza per avere una chiara definizione di cosa è la mafia. (it)
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  • Michele Pantaleone (1911 – 12 February 2002) was a respected journalist and expert on the Sicilian Mafia and one of the first to shed light on the links between organized crime and political power. Pantaleone was born in Villalba, a village in a poor region of Sicily, where most people lived of subsistence agriculture, which was also the home town of the prominent Mafia boss Calogero Vizzini. Pantaleone came from a relatively well off family and was trained as a land surveyor. Initially a leading member of the Italian Socialist Party (Partito Socialista Italiano, PSI) in Villalba he later switched to the Italian Communist Party (Partito Comunista Italiano, PCI). (en)
  • Michele Pantaleone (Villalba, 30 novembre 1911 – Palermo, 12 febbraio 2002) è stato un saggista, giornalista, politico e sociologo italiano. Era esperto sulle dinamiche di Cosa nostra nella Sicilia a cavallo della seconda guerra mondiale e del decennio successivo. Tra le sue opere più note i libri, Mafia e politica e Antimafia: occasione mancata, testi di grande importanza per avere una chiara definizione di cosa è la mafia. (it)
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