Loyalty runs deep

November 1992
Yankee;Nov92, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p33
Presents the actual facts surrounding the case of James Curley, mayor of Boston who was elected while under indictment in 1946. Incorrect comments concerning Curley were made by presidential candidate Jerry Brown on a visit to Boston.


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