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- He was twenty-three when a rival political gang, intent on winning a municipal election and needing a newspaper to plug a certain issue, bought the Gazette.3.1 — Part 3 Chapter 1 (62% in)
- It was all right when people took cracks at his yachts and women and a few municipal election scandals—which were never proved," he added hastily.3.7 — Part 3 Chapter 7 (84% in)
- He thought that men had been willing to work for him when he plugged known crooks for municipal elections, when he glamorized red-light districts, when he ruined reputations by scandalous libel, when he sobbed over the mothers of gangsters.4.15 — Part 4 Chapter 15 (70% in)
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