4 edition of The movement for municipal ownership in Chicago found in the catalog.
1906 by The American academy of political and social science [etc., etc. in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||by Hugo S. Grosser ...|
|Series||Publications of the American Academy of Political and Social Science -- no. 486, Publications of the American Academy of Political and Social Science -- no. 486|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
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The Movement for Municipal Ownership in Chicago is an article from Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume View more. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Grosser, Hugo S., Movement for municipal ownership in Chicago.
Philadelphia, American academy of political and social Science [etc., ]. The Movement for The movement for municipal ownership in Chicago book Ownership in Chicago Created Date: Z. Much interest attaches to the result of the popular vote to be taken in Chicago on the 1st of April on certain questions of public policy, including the following: View Full Article in Timesmachine».
The Chicago Traction Wars was a political conflict which took place in Chicago primarily from the mids through the early s.
It concerned the franchise and ownership of streetcar lines. At the time it was one of the dominant political issues in the city and was a central issue of several mayoral elections and shaped the tenures of several mayors, particularly those of Carter Harrison.
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Municipal ownership of public utilities such as street railways promised the working class a way to protect their labor through the ballot. 55 Such reform would also destroy the franchise system. In Los Angeles, labor and socialists crafted a labor/socialist ticket to challenge the business/party control of the city and enact municipal ownership.
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Chicago's laborers, for example, sought municipal ownership as a way to control public resources. Ethnic voters supported a strong, ward-based city council as more democratic than a. View Municipal Code of Chicago, Illinois. Municipal Code Highlights.
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