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Up Against Daley

Joe Mathewson - Political Science - 1974 - 299 pages
Examines the increasingly successful and determined efforts of independent reformers in Chicago to wrest power from Daley-machine politicians and to win the mayorality itself ...
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Legend, the only inside story about Mayor Richard J. Daley

Frank Sullivan - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 258 pages
Written by Daley's press secretary, this book tells what it was like working with America's most controversial urban politician, the powerful and controversial Mayor Richard ...
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Daley: Power and Presidential Politics

F. Richard Ciccone - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 330 pages
Ciccone traces the steps taken by Daley to become the mayor of Chicago in 1955, and shows how he became a major player in national politics
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Rogues, Rebels, And Rubber Stamps: The Politics Of The Chicago City Council ...

Dick Simpson - Political Science - 2008 - 256 pages
In Rogues, Rebels, and Rubber Stamps, Dick Simpson challenges and recasts current theories of Regime Politics as he chronicles the dramatic story of the civic wars in the ...
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