1. Where did the Introduction first appear?
(a) New York Times.
(b) Chicago Herald.
(c) Chicago Tribune.
(d) Chicago Sun-Times.
2. When was the Introduction written?
(a) One day after Richard Daley died.
(b) While Daley was convalescing in the hospital.
(c) After an interview of Daley's widow.
(d) After Daley won his last election.
3. What was the profession of Mike Royko, author of "Boss: Richard J. Daley of Chicago"?
(a) Author and newspaper columnist with three Chicago newspapers.
(b) Author and television commentator with several Chicago television stations.
(c) Author and city official in Chicago.
(d) First baseman for the Chicago Cubs.
4. To what or whom did Royko compare Richard Daley's character?
(a) A kindly father figure.
(b) George Washington.
(c) John F. Kennedy.
(d) The City of Chicago.
5. What did Royko describe as Richard Daley's character traits?
(a) Loud, profane, immoral and angry.
(b) Hot-tempered, simple, devious and powerful.
(c) Studious, resolved, calm and patient.
(d) Simple, quiet, humble and kind.
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