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Martin Van Buren, nationalizer of the machine. Douglas, defender of state's rights and of nationalism. The armies of labor; a chronicle of the organized wage-earners,. Skip to main Skip to similar items. Ruef realized that the bearded violinist would be an ideal mayoral candidate: He was Catholic, he was a union man in a labor town, and he was tall, well-built and handsome.

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Ruef persuaded the reluctant Schmitz to run, polished his speaking and gave him a crash course in city issues. In November , Schmitz won a convincing victory. The first Schmitz administration was not particularly corrupt.


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  • Liquor licenses, control of gambling and prostitution, public building contracts and private building permits were all under the control of the Police Commission and the board of public works, which Ruef controlled. Those doing business with the city learned that the machinery of government functioned much more smoothly if it was greased with cash. But in , the Police Commission voted to deny them liquor licenses. He held no elected office, so money paid to him was technically not a bribe, making any such transaction difficult to prosecute.

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    But Ruef had loftier goals than simply making money. He was plotting to make Schmitz governor and himself a U.

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