Politicians are quick to shout “systemic racism,” though Black elected officials hold top positions of power in Chicago and Cook County

CHICAGO TRIBUNE
That thin line between order and chaos in Chicago and other towns
by John Kass
June 5, 2021

There is a thin line in big cities like Chicago, New York, Detroit and Los Angeles and small towns too. In just about every place you can think of where human beings choose to live together, there is that line. They think hard about it and make their decisions accordingly. You won’t find it on a map. There is no committee to bend it or redraw it to satisfy some politician’s ambitions. Yet all who live on its borders know its critical importance. It is delicate, thin, tenuous: It is the line between order and chaos. READ MORE

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