OTHER WORDS FROM TammanyTam·ma·ny·ism, nounTam·ma·ny·ite, noun
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But though the percentage of Irish among the population of the city was declining, Tammany Hall saw great times in the 1920s.
He opened Tammany to other ethnic groups—he actually fought the bosses on that.
They particularly controlled Tammany Hall, the Democratic machine, but also all sorts of other political organizations.Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Live In: Kevin Baker’s New York|Allen Barra|September 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Tammany Hall is one of those “simple to play, hard to master” game.
Tammany Hall is a game that simulated the dynamics of politics without having to get into the details.
I, followed the fates of my little slum-boys—and what I saw was that Tammany Hall was getting them.The Profits of Religion|Upton Sinclair
The Tammany influence was stronger than the Republican, and the women who had led in the incorporating of the club withdrew.The Leaven in a Great City|Lillian William Betts
Instead of nine hundred thousand dollars, there were more than one million collected for the Tammany campaign.
Then wherefore those three hundred thousand dollars of Tammany?
It was at the close of the repast and when cigars were smokily going that Vacuum returned to the subject of Tammany Hall.