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Judith Miller
Jane Jacobs wrote the book on urban revival, but New York’s recent success poses questions that she never had to confront.

Ian Penman
A new biography of Joan Didion aims high but misses wide.

Stefan Kanfer
How Miroslav Šašek changed the way children see cities

Howard Husock
A new proposal has the potential to remake America’s public-housing system.

Judith Miller
Can it happen here? Yes.

Kay S. Hymowitz
We’ve yet to find a better alternative for urban revival.

Ben Boychuk
Jerry Brown remains silent about two proposals
to extend Proposition 30.

Andrew Klavan
Los Angeles Diarist

Katherine Ernst
Why Bernie Sanders and Millennials are a match made in ignorant heaven.

Jonathan Leaf
The latest installment of David Horowitz’s expose of the American Left focuses on the culture wars.

Steven Malanga
Pennsylvania’s capital is an abattoir of municipal finance.

Richard Brookhiser
The Manhattan neighborhood is safe and inviting in ways that I once couldn’t have imagined.

Dennis Saffran
Civilization is worth more than a peace sign.

Clark Whelton
Isis knows what it wants—do we?

Fred Siegel
Like John Lindsay, Bill de Blasio conjured up crises to win the mayor’s office—and, like Lindsay, he may soon face the real thing.

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