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Publication date Pages: Omer N. Custer, a biography and political analysis of a political boss / Lowell : Lowell. Peterson. Omer N. Custer, A Biography And Political Analysis Of A Political Boss. [Galesburg, Ill.]: L. Peterson, Omer Nixon Custer (Decem – Octo ) was an American politician, newspaper editor, and businessman.
Life. Born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Custer moved to Galesburg, Illinois where he owned the Galesburg Register-Mail newspaper.
He was also president of the Galesburg National Bank and of the telephone company. The junior Senator from New Jersey hitched a ride on a meteor to success. First, a Stanford and a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford, “with more degrees than July.” Then, the innovative mayor of Newark before becoming one of only eight post-Reconstruction African-Americans to serve in Capitol Hill’s distinguished upper chamber.
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It’s also a genre that demands. Each volume is a political epic and there is more to come. Disraeli by Robert Blake () Blake had some of Caro’s qualities as a biographer, although he managed to write Disraeli’s life in a. While many workers may never hear a political pitch from their boss, it can still be surprising to hear what workers and their employers can and can't do when it comes to mixing politics and work.
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The big city and the political boss grew up together in America. Bossism, with all its color and corruption and human drama, was a natural and perhaps necessary accompaniment to the rapid development of cities. The new urban communities did not grow slowly and according to plan; on the contrary, huge conglomerations of people from all over the.
A boss, in politics, is a person who wields the power over a particular political region or may dictate voting patterns, control appointments, and wield considerable influence in other political processes.
They do not necessarily hold public office themselves. In fact, most historical bosses did not, at least during the times of their greatest influence. The Manchurian Candidate, by Richard Condon Condon’s novel is a paranoid classic, born at the beginning of the Cold War, that continues to influence people today (the fact that Homeland has a similar concept is a testament to the evergreen nature of the device).
Soldiers captured during the Korean War are tortured and brainwashed, and one. During the Progressive Era, muckraking journalists wrote articles attacking urban political bosses for corruption.
The bosses defended themselves as public servants who had accomplished tremendous good for their constituents. In this lesson, students examine a political cartoon, a muckraker text, and the defense of a political boss to decide for themselves whether political .