Rahm hits the cover of Time Magazine: “Chicago Bull”

SHARE Rahm hits the cover of Time Magazine: “Chicago Bull”
SHARE Rahm hits the cover of Time Magazine: “Chicago Bull”

WASHINGTON–Mayor Rahm Emanuel hit the cover of Time Magazine, with his struggles to run Chicago—to fight crime and most recently the controversial closing of 50 public schools–“as a proxy for a broader fight nationwide over the identity of the Democratic Party.”

Emanuel posed for the cover of the upcoming edition on the Quincy/Wells “L’ platform. The cover story is by David Von Drehle.

The headlines:

HIS KIND OF TOWN

Rahm Emanuel Left the White House to Run a Broke, Violence-Plagued City, and He’s Having the Time of His Life

The article offers nothing new to Chicago readers.


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