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Boss: Richard J. Daley of Chicago Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter III Summary

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Chapter III Summary and Analysis

Abraham Lincoln Marovitz is a judge and a long-time friend of Daley's. Daley is questioned by a prosecutor named Kuntsler. This potentially foreshadows some future legal problems Daley might be having. Through the years, Marovitz had some shadowy associations with gangsters and Mafia types. As a young lawyer, one of his contacts got him a job as an assistant prosecutor in Cook County. Ultimately, it would be Mayor Daley who appoints him to the federal bench. The two friends meet when Marovitz is a young prosecutor and Daley is a clerk in the City Council.

Marovitz, Daley and another friend Benjamin Adamowski spend a lot of time together. Marovitz and Adamowski share their dreams for the future, but Daley does not. He is humble and quiet and doesn't seem to have much ambition. But Daley, in his own quiet way, was laying the...

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