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City Journal Summer 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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Obama, Shaman.
Michael Knox Beran
Obama, Shaman
The candidate’s post-masculine charisma tempts America in the age of Oprah.
The NYPD Diaspora.
Heather Mac Donald
The NYPD Diaspora
Former New York cops bring cutting-edge, effective policing to beleaguered communities.
Economics Does Not Lie.
Guy Sorman
Economics Does Not Lie
The dismal science is at last a science—and the world is the beneficiary.
The Great African-American Awakening.
Myron Magnet
The Great African-American Awakening
Some brave voices are shifting the conversation from victimhood to responsibility.
The Professional Panhandling Plague.
Steven Malanga
The Professional Panhandling Plague
A new generation of shakedown artists hampers America’s urban revival.
Houston, New York Has a Problem.
Edward L. Glaeser
Houston, New York Has a Problem
The southern city welcomes the middle class; heavily regulated and expensive Gotham drives it away.
New York's Next Fiscal Crisis.
Nicole Gelinas
New York’s Next Fiscal Crisis
Mayor Bloomberg needs to prepare the city for the crash of the Wall Street gravy train.
A Marshall Plan for Reading.
Sol Stern
A Marshall Plan for Reading
How New York schools can close the racial achievement gap
The Future of Conservative Books.
Harry Stein
The Future of Conservative Books
As mainstream publishers’ flirtation with the Right cools, smaller houses are stepping in.
Health Care's New Entrepreneurs.
Paul Howard
Health Care’s New Entrepreneurs
Innovators are bringing consumer-oriented medicine to market, with promising results.
Benjamin Franklin: City Slicker.
Jerry Weinberger
Benjamin Franklin: City Slicker
The self-styled country mouse was in truth America’s first great urbanist.
In Living Black-and-White.
Stefan Kanfer
In Living Black-and-White
The old classics retain a vitality and beauty that color can’t provide.
Andrew Klavan
Braggistan in the America of the Imagination
Why the military loses the information war
Judith Miller
Intelligent Policing Comes to New Jersey
A state revolution in tracing guns, mapping crimes, and sharing information
Steven Malanga
Organizer in Chief
Barack Obama could become our first community-activist president.
André Glucksmann
Olympic Crossroads
It’s right for Western democracies to put pressure on Beijing.
Nicole Gelinas
Construction Safety Woes
More building shouldn’t mean more deaths.
Oh, to be in England
Childhood's End.
Theodore Dalrymple
Childhood’s End
Britain, land of bleak houses and low expectations
John Renehan
I Am Not Having a Crisis
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