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By Walter Roth

It used to be a sour chilly morning in March, 1908. A nineteen-year-old Jewish immigrant traversed the complicated and unexpected streets of Chicago–a one-and-a-half-hour-long journey–from his ghetto domestic on Washburne street to the posh Lincoln position place of abode of Police leader George Shippy. He arrived at nine a.m. inside mins after knocking at the entrance door, Lazarus Averbuch lay useless at the hallway ground, shot at the least six occasions via the executive himself. Why Averbuch went to the police chief's condominium or precisely what occurred after that remains no longer known.

This is the main entire account ever written approximately this episode that shocked Chicago and gained the eye of the full kingdom. It doesn't "solve" the secret up to it locations it within the context of a state that was once not sure find out how to soak up all the immigrants flowing throughout its borders. It makes an attempt to reconstruct the numerous assorted views and matters that comprised the drama surrounding the...

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Deceased Lazarus Averbuch. Photograph: Chicago Daily News. Chicago Historical Society. DN-005897. Fig. 10. Newspaper account of body. � Copyrighted Chicago Tribune Company. All rights reserved. Used with permission. Even as they were trying to confirm that initial identification, yet another person came forward to say he recognized the face that was now on virtually every front page in the city. R. M. Miller, a fellow employee of Averbuch’s at Eichengreen’s egg-packing company, reported to the police that he thought the man might be Averbuch.

We hope such lengthy quotations do not distract from either our analysis or the drama that played itself out as the period before the final inquest drew to a close. We hope, rather, that those voices, with all of their passions and fears, will help bring alive the fact that more than justice for Averbuch was at stake; the hole in the middle of the Averbuch Affair was the question of not merely what happened to the young man, but also of who could be an American in the Chicago of 1908. —Walter Roth and Joe Kraus July, 1997 I Two CITIES CALLED CHICAGO March 2, 1908 Chicago started the twentieth century as two different cities.

508 San Francisco, CA 94108 (415)392-6940 ISBN 0-945213-23-9 (paper) ISBN 0-897335-02-3 (hardcover) Printed in the United States of America Vaughan Printing, Nashville, Tennessee Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Roth, Walter, An accidental anarchist: how the killing of a humble Jewish immigrant by Chicago’s chief of police exposed the conflict between law & order and civil rights in early 20th-century America / Walter Roth and Joe Kraus. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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