Order,chaos and disorder are always the main theme of any big city.A metropolitan city is more at risk of being a center of order and chaos than a smaller city.There is no bigger city than New York City in the United States in terms of frequency of crime events, incidents that take place every second.The fact that such centers are the main hub of all kind of activity is what grants them a basis nature of constant unpredictability where order and disorder rapidly change hands and thus chaos is the norm not an exception.Since the 18th century, New York City has experienced order and disorder in rapid succession. The people are therefore quite accustomed to experiencing sudden momentous changes and they are more accepting of change than people in relatively calmer cities.When you talk about chaos or order in New York City, you have to talk to Tammany Hall. This place holds a pivotal place in the history of New York City politics and virtually controlled the entire city in the 19th century up to the mid of 20th century. The history of the city began with the nomination of Fernando Woods in 1855 and he came from Tammany Hall. From then onwards, city saw major chaos during the civil war years.During the civil war, the mayor initially wanted the city to stay neutral. However this proposal wasn't accepted by the majority and NY city saw the worst communal riots of United States history in 1863. These were called the Draft Riots and though President Lincoln had major army of troops to control the
city, the riots caused serious damage to the place.