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Politics

2 months
ago

Chicago’s Not-Too-Distant Nazi Past

In the 1960s and ’70s, Nazis marched the streets of Chicago and its suburbs—to protest black residents moving in. We spoke with the lawyer that defended their First Amendment right.

2 months
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There Were Clues to Trump’s Strength, Even in Illinois

Back in primary season, his most likely voters were those who’d only voted for a Republican once in the past three elections. His ability to reach those lapsed or wavering voters seems to have made the difference in the states where it did matter.

2 months
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Ready for the Rahm Radio Show?

Here’s what you should expect, and what you almost definitely won’t hear, during tonight’s radio town hall.

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