Frank Rizzo was not the average laborer from the working class who made it good.
The details of how the once-great Philadelphia Inquirer has withered to a brown autumn crisp don’t matter. What does matter is that some smart people figured out how to profit from the newspaper’s failure
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Despite its branding as a public institution, in reality the capitalist class calls the shots at Temple University.