Giuliani: The Passionate Prosecutor

Attorney Rudolph Giuliani snares mobsters and headlines

When Rudy Giuliani was graduating from Bishop Loughlin high school in Brooklyn, many of his classmates inscribed "Good luck in the seminary" in his yearbook. It was the natural thing to write; the high-spirited, high- minded senior, who started the school's first opera club and idolized the New York Yankees, was planning to begin studies for the priesthood in the fall. But that summer he changed his mind and decided instead to go to Manhattan College. Although he chose not to become a man of the cloth, Giuliani found his particular calling anyway. After college he entered New York University law...

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