The city attorney murder

As Chicago’s 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition was about to close, a 25-year-old newspaper distributor fired four .38-caliber bullets into the city’s five-term mayor, Carter Henry Harrison Sr., killing him. At the time, Harrison, a lawyer and entrepreneur, was being mentioned as a future Democratic presidential candidate. Despite widespread corruption during his administrations …

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