9 edition of Boss Tweed found in the catalog.
Denis Tilden Lynch
Bibliography: p. 419-423.
|Statement||by Denis Tilden Lynch.|
|LC Classifications||F128.47 .T96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix p., 2 l., 13-433 p.|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||27020559|
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William Tweed, also known as Boss. Denis Tilden Lynch's biography of "Boss" Tweed was Boss Tweed book published inin a time filled, like Tweed's, with sudden prosperity, daunting problems, and spectacular scandals. It is a straight-forward, workmanlike study, untroubled by the conceits of modern historical scholarship, and close enough to its Boss Tweed book generation to have some.
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As a fanatical supporter of the Republican Party, he was naturally opposed to the Democrats of Tammany Hall. As chairman of the Tammany general committee and later as grand sachem, "Boss" Tweed gained absolute power in the city Democratic party, controlling party nominations and party patronage.
He also became a state senator in and extended his influence into state politics. In this sense, the Tweed Ring was to produce not only deep misgivings about the existing regime, but an insight into how it should be Tilden Lynch's biography of "Boss" Tweed was first published inin a time filled, like Tweed's, with sudden prosperity, daunting problems, and spectacular : Transaction Publishers.
Boss Tweed. AKA William Magear Tweed, Sr. Born: 3-Apr Birthplace: New York City Died: Apr Location of death: New York City Cause of death: Heart Failure Remains: Buri. William Magear Tweed worked at a brush factory, and moved into management after marrying the owner's daughter.
He soon became a rising star in New York City politics of the Born: In this sense, the Tweed Ring was to produce not only deep misgivings about the existing regime, but an insight into how it should be Tilden Lynch's biography of ""Boss"" Tweed was first published inin a time filled, like Tweed's, with sudden prosperity, daunting problems, and spectacular by: 1.
Boss Tweed used his influence with state politicians to pass legislation that shifted power away from the state and towards New York City. He obtained passage of the New York City charter inthat gave him and his cronies the final say over all city expenditures.
Many upgrades to the city’s infrastructure were required. William ‘Boss’ Tweed is a man often defined as the very symbol of cronyism and political corruption. Yet, there is far more to the story of Tweed than his greed. What lies beyond the underhanded schemes and smoke-filled backroom deals was a conundrum of sorts.
The story of Boss Tweed, one of the greatest political swindlers of all time, and how the New York Times and a cartoonist named Thomas Nast brought him down makes for a real page-turner of a book, which is illustrated with many of Nast's cartoons and excepts from the Times (including the table showing the routing of money through various bank /5(6).
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A recent book chronicled that he was no more corrupt than Author: Niall O'dowd. Among the monumental characters who ascended to impossible renown and influence in the history of American politics, few are more fascinating than Boss Tweed; and few working historians could record in more vivid detail his astonishing career than Kenneth D.
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Republicans were especially perturbed about losing their hold on the city during a time when they dominated Northern politics. But Boss Tweed was a very effective leader, and there wasn’t much he was unwilling to do to get his way. Boss Tweed: the rise and fall of the corrupt pol who conceived the soul of modern New York.
First Carroll & Graf edition. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Ackerman, Kenneth D. Boss Tweed: The Rise and Fall of the Corrupt Pol Who Conceived the Soul of Modern New York. Ap Boss Tweed. Kenneth Ackerman talked about his book Boss Tweed: The Rise and Fall of the Corrupt Pol Who Conceived the Soul of Modern New York.
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“Tweed’s control of patronage appointments increased when in he was appointed deputy street commissioner, a position he held until William Marcy Tweed (April 3, –Ap ), known as Boss Tweed, was an American politician and political boss of Tammany Hall who became an icon of urban political machines.
Tammany Hall had existed since Tweed was a chairmaker who used his popularity as a volunteer fireman to advance himself. He became an alderman in and he built his power.
No political scandal in American history has had a greater impact on America's political consciousness than the rise and fall of the "Tweed Ring" in New York City between and In an age ripe with scandal both public and private, the spectacular corruption charged to "Boss" Tweed and his associates-estimates of their extortion range from Price Range: $ - $ Gotham Gazette's Reading NYC Book Club held a conversation on June 22 at the Jefferson Market branch of the New York Public Library with Kenneth Ackerman,who has worked for both the executive and legislative branches of the federal government and is the author of several books, most recently "Boss Tweed: The Rise and Fall of the Corrupt Pol Who.
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