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Editorial: Chicago's great shame, Chicago's crisis: Blood on the streets

A hot summer weekend, when Chicago should be at its most livable, brings an undercurrent of dread and horror to this city. Summer is block party season, beach season, baseball season. But in some neighborhoods, summer is killing season - when armed gang members run amok firing at each other and anyone in their way.

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