Frank Murphy (1890–1949), vocal leader and mayor of Detroit in the worst years of the Great Depression, employed aggressive and innovative policies to assist his city's unemployed. Appointed assistant U.S. attorney in 1919, Murphy lost a campaign for Congress the following ...

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