That's His Honor, Not HizzonerDavid Greising
In Chicago, pothole politics has always ruled: Politicians who fix the potholes win reelection. But Richard M. Daley is moving far beyond street repair as he steamrolls into his first full term as mayor. With economic turmoil and racial strife consuming his peers in New York and Los Angeles, Daley is emerging as a new-style city boss, making big plans on a small budget. And now, Daley is seeking a new national presence much as another Chicago mayor, Richard J. Daley, did in his time.
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