King Richard the Fourth

April 1967
Time;4/14/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 15, p46
The article focuses on the victory of Richard Daley as Mayor in Chicago against John Waner, a wealthy, self-made heating contractor. It states that the mayor has gained a 73% of the total ballots while the latter tallied only 272,955. Moreover, Waner, is a Republican precinct captain and was not famous to the public.


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