Why Teachers Organized, Wayne J. Urban
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The Making of the Mayor: Chicago 1983, Melvin G. Holli and Paul M. Green, eds. Reviewed by Amy Bridges
Machine Politics in Transition: Party and Community in Chicago, Thomas M. Guterbock Reviewed by Amy Bridges
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