Bitter Fruit: Black Politics and the Chicago Machine, 1931-1991 (POD)
William J. Grimshaw
William Grimshaw offers an insider's chronicle of the tangled relationship between the black community and the Chicago Democratic machine from its Great Depression origins to . What emerges is a myth-busting account not of a monolithic organization but of several distinct party regimes, each with a unique relationship to black voters and leaders.
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