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Chicago’s 2020 unrest: A Tribune investigation documents the scope of the damage and its lingering impact on neighborhoods, businesses

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As the looting spread into other parts of the city, all manner of businesses were hit — shoe stores, clothing stores, nail salons, restaurants, auto dealerships, dollar stores, furniture stores, banks, cellphone stores, jewelry stores, auto parts stores, convenience stores, big-box retailers and grocery stores. Arsonists set fire to at least 71 buildings.

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