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Nathan Glazer
No Excuses for Failure: Urban Schools in Transition

Revolutionary innovations turned the schools of East Harlem around. Now the revolution has spread to the Upper West Side.
Stephen Kagann
New York's Vanishing Supply Side

New York City's tax-and-spend policies are the primary cause of the local recession.
William Tucker
Under Siege: Small Business in New York

Small companies, the lifeblood of the city's economy, are moving to the suburbs, fleeing New York's high taxes and burdensome regulations.
Peter Murphy
Compensation Games: Albany Raids the State Insurance Fund

Workers' compensation premiums are skyrocketing, and a state budget gimmick is partly to blame
Steven M. Polan
Garbage Gridlock

New Yorkers produce 26,000 tons of garbage each day, and our landfill space is quickly running out. Where will we put our trash?
Herman Badillo
City Journal Interview: Setting a High Standard

Herman Badillo on the future of City University
Editor's Journal
New York Views
Should Staten Island Leave the City? by Dr. Joseph Viteritti
Bringing Justice Closer to Home by Thomas Reppetto
Albany's Restoration Redlining by Kathryn Wylde
Underground Managers by Keith Elliot Greenberg
Forum: A Tale of Two Cities by Ester R. Fuchs
The Valley of Ashes: F. Scott Fitzgerald and Robert Moses by Roger Starr
A Book Lover's Guide to New York by Francis Morrone
Letter from Astoria by Patricia Kean
Diarist: New York Alfresco by Barbara Probst Solomon

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