|Little Emperor, Rahm makes Chicago Sun-Times front page.|
In year two of his whirlwind administration, Emanuel survived a seven-day teachers strike that he had helped instigate; parted company with a highly touted schools CEO who turned out to be a bad fit, and struggled to control a spike in homicides that became a national media obsession. -- Sun-TimesJackson Potter
Why should people, by virtue of their money, be able to make decisions that everyone else has to live with but has no power to influence? -- Letter to Sun-TimesSen. Dick Durbin
"It looks awful." -- NYT6th-grader, Shemar Bates
"I feel down. I feel shocked. I don't want them to close my school." -- Philly.com
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