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City Journal Spring 2008.
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A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Brian C. Anderson.

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Is the Criminal-Justice System Racist?.
Heather Mac Donald
Is the Criminal-Justice System Racist?
No: the high percentage of blacks behind bars reflects crime rates, not bigotry.
California’s Potemkin Environmentalism.
Max Schulz
California’s Potemkin Environmentalism
A celebrated green economy produces pollution elsewhere, ongoing power shortages, and business-crippling costs.
Free People Are Happy People.
Arthur C. Brooks
Free People Are Happy People
—especially when strong personal morality guides their choices.
May 1968: 40 Years Later.
Christopher Hitchens, Kay S. Hymowitz, Stefan Kanfer, Guy Sorman, Harry Stein, Sol Stern
May 1968: 40 Years Later
Six City Journal authors recall a spring that shook the world.
Podcast available PODCASTS: Kay S. Hymowitz, Stefan Kanfer, and Sol Stern read their stories
An Anatomy of Surrender.
Bruce Bawer
An Anatomy of Surrender
Motivated by fear and multiculturalism, too many Westerners are acquiescing to creeping sharia.
The Death and Life of Bushwick.
Steven Malanga
The Death and Life of Bushwick
A Brooklyn neighborhood finally recovers from decades of misguided urban policies.
The Big Easy Rebuilds, Bottom Up.
Nicole Gelinas
The Big Easy Rebuilds, Bottom Up
Ordinary New Orleanians restore their city, avoiding lower Manhattan’s master-planned debacle.
The Other Terrorism.
Judith Miller
The Other Terrorism
Post-9/11, Spain’s Basque terrorists are on the run—but still a threat.
Hope for Iraq’s Meanest City.
Michael J. Totten
Hope for Iraq’s Meanest City
How the surge brought order to Fallujah
Mr. Sammler’s City.
Myron Magnet
Mr. Sammler’s City
Saul Bellow’s prophetic 1970 novel captured New York’s unraveling and remains a cautionary tale.
Cities for Living.
Roger Scruton
Cities for Living
Antimodernist Léon Krier designs urban environments to human scale.
Steven Malanga
Illegal in More Ways than One
Identity theft in America goes hand and hand with illegal immigration.
David Gratzer, Paul Howard
Mandates Are Not the Answer
Barack Obama has it (mostly) right.
Nicole Gelinas
Boston Battles Foreclosures
But Beantown isn’t home free yet.
Walter Olson
Get Sued, All Ye Faithful
Activists seek to shut down churchgoer insurance.
Bradley A. Smith
Stacking the Deck
Gotham’s campaign-finance law creates first- and second-class citizens.
Oh, to be in England
A Confusion of Tongues.
Theodore Dalrymple
A Confusion of Tongues
Why Britain struggles to assimilate immigrants
Andrew Klavan
Story Time
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