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From:Afro-Americans in New York Life and History (Vol. 39, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThese were the results in Binghamton, New York's The Democratic Leader for the charter election held on February 13, 1872. The mosaic of candidates, one of whom could not run legally, illustrates a political backlash...
From:Monthly Review (Vol. 37) Peer-ReviewedOn Lincoln Avenue in Chicago, not far from the Halsted intersection, is the Biograph Theater. Running alongside it on the right is the alley where John Dillinger was killed in July 1934. Across the street kitty corner...
From:Ethnic Studies Review (Vol. 32, Issue 1) Peer-Reviewed
From:Journal of Black Studies (Vol. 28, Issue 5) Peer-ReviewedThe criminal investigation of Mayor Richard Arrington Jr., of Birmingham, AL, during the 1970s, appears to have been an attempt to manipulate Arrington's reputation for political advantage. To label Arrington a criminal...
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