City Journal.
New York's Tomorrow, a Special Issue of City Journal.
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A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Brian C. Anderson.

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Brian C. Anderson
In Prospect
Why a special issue of City Journal?
Gotham Reborn.
The Reinventive City.
Edward L. Glaeser
The Reinventive City
New York remains rich in the ultimate resource: human capital.
The City's Finances, Part 1: Life in Taxopolis.
Steven Malanga
The City’s Finances, Part 1: Life in Taxopolis
After the financial meltdown, Mayor Bloomberg’s “luxury product” has become unaffordable.
The City's Finances, Part 2: Budget-Cutting Made Simple.
Steven Malanga
The City’s Finances, Part 2: Budget-Cutting Made Simple
Balancing the books doesn’t take genius, just political courage.
Wall Street 2015.
Luigi Zingales
Wall Street 2015
New York’s preeminent industry has changed forever.
Project Phaseout.
Howard Husock
Project Phaseout
Selling New York’s vast public-housing stock would generate enormous revenues and help the poor.
Sue City.
John P. Avlon
Sue City
The Big Apple’s half-billion-dollar tort tax dwarfs other cities’.
Liberating Development.
Peter D. Salins
Liberating Development
Zoning should spur building, not prevent it.
Renewing the Empire State.
The Budget New York Needs.
E. J. McMahon
The Budget New York Needs
Wall Street’s woes leave the state no choice but to slash spending.
The Medicaid Monster.
Paul Howard
The Medicaid Monster
How to slay it
Energize!.
Max Schulz
Energize!
New York needs cheaper power—and more of it.
Transit for Tomorrow.
Nicole Gelinas
Transit for Tomorrow
The MTA’s labor costs are crowding out money for a twenty-first-century system.
Escape from New York.
Wendell Cox
Escape from New York
Dysfunctional policies are driving away millions of residents and billions of dollars.
Political Economy.
The Obsolete New York Model.
Myron Magnet
The Obsolete New York Model
Where a tax-eating majority votes itself a permanent income
Madison's Nightmare.
Fred Siegel
Madison’s Nightmare
Government by a single faction—the unions
The Social Order.
New York's Indispensable Institution.
Heather Mac Donald
New York’s Indispensable Institution
The NYPD’s crime-fighting sparked the city’s economic revival and is essential to its future.
How New York Became Safe: The Full Story.
George L. Kelling
How New York Became Safe: The Full Story
A citywide effort, involving many agencies and institutions, helped restore order.
Counterterror and the Crunch.
Judith Miller
Counterterror and the Crunch
Will financial pressures undermine the city’s safety?
Kay S. Hymowitz
Getting Dads Back on the Job
Government should stop discouraging low-income fathers from working.
Fixing the Schools.
A Teachers' Contract for a New Era.
Sol Stern
A Teachers’ Contract for a New Era
Seven achievable reforms for better schools
The Uses of Vouchers.
Jay P. Greene and Patrick J. McCloskey
The Uses of Vouchers
School choice can help special-ed students and keep the Catholic-school option alive in the inner city.
Urbanities.
Booms and Busts.
Stefan Kanfer
Booms and Busts
New York has been down this road before—colorfully, memorably, and temporarily.
The Resilient Outer Boroughs.
William Meyers and Phillip Lopate
The Resilient Outer Boroughs
A portfolio of everyday life
The Culture Crash.
James Panero
The Culture Crash
Risky investments have endangered New York’s leading arts institutions.
New York Minutes.
Heather Mac Donald
New Yorkers: Give a Hoot!
Departments.
Diarist
Guy Sorman
Paris to New York
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In the News
Roadmap to Recovery, New York Post
Budget-Cut ABCs, New York Post
ECT for the Mayor?, Neighborhood Retail Alliance
Don't Cut Cops, New York Post
How Nations Rot, National Review Online: The Corner
Law & Order, Ed Driscoll
Save the Subways, New York Post
The Party's Over, Neighborhood Retail Alliance
Futurama III, The Journey
Creative Destruction and Michael Bloomberg, BusinessWeek: Economics Unbound
Sue City, Forbes
The Obsolete New York Model, RealClearPolitics
Contract fixes for the Big Apple, The Education Gadfly
Madison’s Nightmare, InsiderOnline
Booms and Busts , Wall Street Journal
The culture crash, The Sydney Morning Herald
The culture crash, Arts and Letters Daily
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