"Our tolerance for graft was on full display last Thursday," begins this Sun Times editorial (Land of Capone?). "As the
gruesome secrets of Al Capone's mob descendants were being exposed at a
federal trial, prosecutors were busy unveiling a host of corruption
indictments. ...And a white businessman was charged with gaming the
system by using a minority firm as a front to win a Chicago Public
Schools landscaping contract....Even by Chicago standards, that's a lot of corruption-related news for one day."
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