Angry order of the broom

Harms, Richard
November 1995
Grand Rapids Magazine;Nov95, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p53
Focuses on the efforts by political reformers in the 1940s to remove Grand Rapids, Michigan Mayor George Welsh due to his alleged corrupt practices. Features of the activities by the Home Front organization; Alleged corrupt practices by the Mayor; Reaction by Welsh to the efforts.


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