For many who don’t live in Chicago, the indictment of Alderman Ed Burke may be a minor example of public corruption in a corrupt city.
But there is nothing minor about Ed Burke. He has served as an alderman since 1969, when Richard J. Daley not only ruled the city of Chicago and Cook County with an iron fist, but was a Democratic Party kingmaker, controlling more than a dozen congressmen and having a huge say in national politics.
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