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Gallery: Depression-Era Desperadoes

The worst of the worst, these lowlifes and their criminal deeds shocked the nation in the early 1930s. The names of the Depression-era desperadoes -- Bonnie and Clyde, "Baby Face" Nelson, Ma Barker, "Pretty Boy" Floyd -- have become legends, evoking some of the wildest, deadliest stories ever to hit the front pages. Find out more about each of these outlaws -- including where their criminal paths ultimately led them.

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