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Gangster Hero No. 1

John Dillinger used his Midwestern sensibility to become a national celebrity in the 1930s

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By the summer of 1934, John Dillinger's fame had caught up with him and his debts were getting close. Even at the tail end of a one-year crime spree totaling at least six states (including Ohio and Indiana), 11 banks and $300,000, he remained a working-class hero. The law saw things differently, promoting him to Public Enemy No. 1.  

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