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Features The Day Clout Struck Outby Steve RhodesWith its powerful principals, political backing, and good location, a casino in Rosemont should have had smooth sailing. But despite the favorable odds, so far everyone is still losing. No Regretsby Marcia Froelke CoburnSixties radical Bill Ayers’s group used bombs and white-hot rhetoric to rage against war and … Read more

No Regrets

“Kill your parents!” urged sixties leftist Bill Ayers, whose father was the chairman of Commonwealth Edison here. In Ayers’s new memoir, Fugitive Days, he reconciles his militant past with his present identity: father of three, esteemed professor at UIC—and unabashed patron of the great bourgeois coffee chain, Starbucks