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Joshua Kaplowitz
How I Joined Teach for America—and Got Sued for $20 Million

An idealistic new Yale grad learns up close and personal just how bad inner-city schools can be—and why.
Steven Malanga
Bloomberg to City: Drop Dead

The businessman mayor’s archaic tax-and-spend liberalism will cost a fragile New York many thousands of jobs and make its recovery uncertain.
Kay S. Hymowitz
Why Feminism is AWOL on Islam

U.S. feminists should be protesting the brutal oppression of Middle Eastern women. But doing so would reveal how little they have to complain about at home.
Stanley Kurtz
After the War

It might be possible to bring democracy to Iraq and other Middle Eastern autocracies. But it will be hard.
Steven Malanga
How the “Living Wage” Sneaks Socialism into Cities

The living-wage campaign is not just a modest effort to help low-wage workers but a major push to impose a left-wing economic agenda on cities. And it is succeeding.
Howard Husock
How Public Housing Harms Cities

It’s time to phase out housing projects. Whether old-fashioned or newfangled, they blight surrounding neighborhoods and prevent them from reviving.
Stefan Kanfer
The Voodoo That He Did So Well
Christopher Gray
Gotham Tragedy, Gotham Memory
In Prospect
Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

Why Shakespeare Is For All Time
Steven Malanga
Gotham Diarist

The Old Deal

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