by Milton L. Rakove
Paperback, 296 pages, Indiana Univ Pr, List Price: $21.95 |
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Rakove's study of Chicago politics focuses on how the Daley machine pervaded the lives of everyday Chicagoans. Rakove brings street-wise insight and a scholar's theoretical lens to the book, blending anecdotes with political science.
June 26, 2012 The term "Chicago politics" gets bandied about whenever people complain about what they see as corruption and abuse of power. But what does it actually mean? These four books examine the city's hardball approach to politics through various lenses.
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