May. 10, 2011
Eight Forty-Eight takes a look at the findings of a new school safety study conducted by the University of Chicago’s Consortium on Chicago School Research. Then Police officer Patrick Johnson reflects on the kindness shown to him by a child after he was shot in the line of duty. And Robert Loerzel documents the relationship Richard J. Daley had with Lyndon B. Johnson and how different that friendship is from current mayoral-presidential connections.
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