Murders down in Chicago, but violence continues
Support for Mayor Daley among rank-and-file police in Chicago has eroded since he was elected mayor in 1989
By Frank Main
The Chicago Sun-Times
Richard M. Daley was the Cook County state's attorney before he was elected mayor in 1989.
So, from the moment he took office as Chicago's mayor, Daley took a get-tough-on-crime stance.
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