This day in Jewish history / A crime boss cashes in his chips
Russian-born Meyer Lansky was a gambling and crime kingpin across the country during the heyday of American gangsters.
On January 15, 1983, Meyer Lansky, a major figure in American illegal gambling and organized crime in general, died in New York at the age of 80.
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