Kane and Abel - Study Guide Part 6, 1952-1963, Chapters 37-40 Summary & Analysis

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Abel is still contributing to political campaigns in return for favors. He asks presidential candidate John F. Kennedy for an appointment as Polish Ambassador.

Abel is proud to see in a newspaper that Florentyna opens a third shop. Abel reveals just how much he knows about William and Henry Osborne.

William becomes proactive against Abel, giving his lawyer $25,000. The money is used by the lawyer for reasons undisclosed in this chapter. The outcome of their actions will be seen in Chapter 39 with details of their scheme outlined in Chapter 40.

Abel returns from a trip to Turkey, is met by the media in the airport. Reporters are asking if allegations are true, but Abel has no idea what is going on.

George explains that Abel is facing seventeen counts of bribery and corruption of public officials in fourteen states. Officials locate Henry...

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