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City Journal Autumn 2009.
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A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Brian C. Anderson.

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Anthraxing New York.
Peter W. Huber
Anthraxing New York
Government-controlled vaccine development has left us scarily vulnerable.
The Bilingual Ban That Worked.
Heather Mac Donald
The Bilingual Ban That Worked
Rising test scores vindicate English immersion in California—but Hispanics are still struggling.
Government Motors 1975.
Claire Berlinski
Government Motors 1975
America should learn from Britain’s disastrous takeover of its biggest auto company.
The Big-Spending, High-Taxing, Lousy-Services Paradigm.
William Voegeli
The Big-Spending, High-Taxing, Lousy-Services Paradigm
California taxpayers don’t get much bang for their bucks.
Global Finance's State of Nature.
Nicole Gelinas
Global Finance’s State of Nature
Ambitions for a new world order are no match for national interest.
The Mexico Problem.
The Mexicanization of American Law Enforcement.
Judith Miller
The Mexicanization of American Law Enforcement
The drug cartels extend their corrupting influence northward.
Helping Mexico Help Itself.
Shepard Barbash
Helping Mexico Help Itself
A more prosperous, democratic southern neighbor would reduce crime and illegal immigration.
Femina Sapiens in the Nursery.
Kay S. Hymowitz
Femina Sapiens in the Nursery
The conflict between parenting and career is hardwired in the female brain.
E. D. Hirsch's Curriculum for Democracy.
Sol Stern
E. D. Hirsch’s Curriculum for Democracy
A content-rich pedagogy makes better citizens and smarter kids.
Small Businesses to NYC: Get Off Our Backs!.
Steven Malanga
Small Businesses to NYC: Get Off Our Backs!
The city’s crushing burden on job-creating entrepreneurs is getting even heavier.
An Economic Agenda for the GOP.
Luigi Zingales
An Economic Agenda for the GOP
Republicans need to be pro-market, not pro-business.
Housing as Busing.
Howard Husock
Housing as Busing
With a Westchester decision, the feds decree that neighborhoods must seek minority residents.
Urbanities.
Can the Polis Live Again?.
Michael Knox Beran
Can the Polis Live Again?
The modern world has withered public space and its virtues.
Soundings.
Edward Pinto
Yes, the CRA Is Toxic
So why is Congress thinking about expanding it?
John P. Avlon
The Cyber-Threat Grows
We’ve got a lot of catching up to do before we’re secure.
Heather Mac Donald
There’s a Quota for That
Tucson schools determine to fix minority discipline rates.
Steven Malanga
Feral Detroit
Nature is reclaiming the Motor City.
Guy Sorman
Swimsuit Issue
“Burqinis” notwithstanding, France isn’t being Islamized.
Harry Stein
What Mad Men Gets Wrong
The fifties, a decade of forgotten loyalty, honor, and patriotism
Ibn Warraq
Tu Quoque
On Islam and the Crusades
Departments.
Oh, to be in England
The Architect as Totalitarian.
Theodore Dalrymple
The Architect as Totalitarian
Le Corbusier’s baleful influence
Diarist
Steven Malanga
Killing Field
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