Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Simpson lived and taught in Chicago for approximately 30 years. Biography: Sick Simpson is a professor, former head of the Department of Political Science and the University of Illinois at Chicago, former Chicago alderman of the 44th ward, and 5th District congressional candidate. He has written more than a dozen books, numerous articles, and produced several documentaries about politics and government.
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|Chicago's future :
ISBN: 0875634419 OCLC: 28204468 Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, Ill. : ©1993.
|Inside urban politics :
ISBN: 0321095677 OCLC: 53162718 Pearson/Longman, New York : ©2004.
|Political action :
ISBN: 0804008345 OCLC: 10606243 Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio : ©1984.
|Rogues, Rebels, and Rubber Stamps :
ISBN: 0429977190 OCLC: 1029491670 Routledge, Boulder : 2018. In Rogues, Rebels, and Rubber Stamps, Dick Simpson challenges and recasts current theories of Regime Politics as he chronicles the dramatic story of the civic wars in the Chicago City Council since the civil war. At the same time, the author provides a window into the broader struggle for democracy and justice.Simpson points out that through analyzing city council floor fights, battles at the ballot box, and street demonstrations, one can begin to see certain patterns of conflict emerge. These patterns demonstrate that before the Great Depression, fragmented city councils were dominant. The author also discusses how since the Democrats seized control of Chicago government after the Great Depression, Rubber Stamp City Councils have been predominant, although they have been punctuated by brief eras of council wars and chaos. This book is important for anyone wanting to understand the nature of these battles as a guideline for America's future, and is well suited for courses in urban politics, affairs and history.Rogues, Rebels, and Rubber Stamps received an Honorable Mention for the 2001 Society of Midland Authors Book Award for Adult Non-Fiction.
|Rogues, rebels, and rubber stamps :
ISBN: 0813397634 OCLC: 45103026 Westview Press, Boulder, Colo. : 2001.
|Strategies for change :
ISBN: 0804006962 OCLC: 2192996 Swallow Press, Chicago : ©1976.
|The city, revisited :
ISBN: 0816665761 OCLC: 711004302 University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis : ©2011. The contributors to The City, Revisited trace an intellectual history that begins in 1925 with the publication of the influential classic The City, engaging in a spirited debate about whether the major theories of twentieth-century urban development are relevant for studying the twenty-first-century metropolis.
|The politics of compassion and transformation /
ISBN: 0804009031 OCLC: 18521523 Swallow Press, Athens [Ohio] : ©1989.
|The struggle for power and influence in cities and states /
ISBN: 0321105184 OCLC: 213835452 Longman, Boston : ©2011.
|Twenty-first century Chicago /
ISBN: 1609277678 OCLC: 774046645 Cognella, San Diego, CA : ©2012.
|Winning elections :
ISBN: 020567917X OCLC: 946266683 Longman, [Place of publication not identified] : 2008.
|Winning elections :
ISBN: 0804005427 OCLC: 403167 Swallow Press, Chicago : 1972.