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Bert Stratton
Cleveland Diarist

Theodore Dalrymple
After this year’s attacks, tourists—and their money—are avoiding Tunisia.

Michael Auslin
The bomb turns 70, and the world faces a new nuclear future.

Howard Husock
Songs from the classic soul era celebrated marriage and upward mobility.

Peter Salins
Development—not inclusionary zoning—is the key to revitalizing New York’s housing market.

Matthew Hennessey
New York can be for a place for residents, families, and businesses, or it can be a place for street hustlers—but not both.

Daniel DiSalvo, Stephen Eide
Powerful and well funded, 1199SEIU has unprecedented reach into city and state government.

Justin Torres
A definitive legal analysis of the notorious Kelo case

Nicole Gelinas
A New York judge does the right thing by Gotham’s World Trade Center adventurers.

Aaron M. Renn
Gotham continues to create jobs, but too many are low-wage.

Yevgeniy Feyman
The MTA should ditch the gold-plated health plans and plow the savings into higher wages.

Steven Malanga
States that want innovators to move in need to lessen the burden on top earners.

William H. Sousa
A response to Broken Windows critic Bernard Harcourt

Guy Sorman
Emerging economies are a long way from eclipsing the West.

Roger Kimball
Elon Musk’s remarkable career reminds us that individuals matter.

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