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Lords of the Levee

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Country  United States
Publication date  1943
Pages  384
Authors  Herman Kogan, Lloyd Wendt
Publisher  Bobbs-Merrill Company
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Language  English
Media type  Print (Hardback)
Originally published  1943
Page count  384
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Genres  Biography, Autobiography, Non-fiction
Subjects  Political history, Politics
Similar  Big Bill of Chicago, Give the Lady What She Wants, The great EB

Lords of the levee


Lords of the Levee is a 1943 non-fiction book by longtime Chicago Tribune reporters Lloyd Wendt and Herman Kogan in one of three collaborations about the city of Chicago, focusing on its politicians "Bathhouse" John Coughlin and "Hinky Dink" Kenna, notorious alderman for the City of Chicago's lakeside First Ward. The book was reprinted in 1967 by Indiana University Press. In 1974, Indiana University Press published the book again under the title Bosses in Lusty Chicago, along with a new introduction by Illinois Senator Paul Douglas. The book appeared under its original title in 2005 when it was reprinted by Northwestern University Press.

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