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City Journal Winter 2006.
Winter 2006
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Brian C. Anderson
The Plot to Shush Rush and O’Reilly

Talk radio, cable news, and the blogosphere freed U.S. political discourse. The Left wants to rein it in again.
Kay S. Hymowitz
Marriage and Caste

America’s chief source of inequality? The Marriage Gap.
Nicole Gelinas
Gotham Needs Wall Street; Does Wall Street Need Gotham?

New York’s leaders don’t understand how precarious the city’s prosperity is.
Steven Malanga
What Bloomberg Could Still Accomplish

The mayor needn’t waste four more years.
Sol Stern
City’s Pupils Get More Hype than Hope

Test scores show little payoff for mayoral control.
Steven Malanga
Ronald Reagan’s Unlikely Heir

Ohio’s Republican gubernatorial front-runner Ken Blackwell is “Jesse Jackson’s worst nightmare.”
Heather Mac Donald
This Is the Legal Mainstream?

Law school clinics are stuck in the sixties.
Robert P. George
What Colleges Forget to Teach

Higher education could heal itself by teaching civics—not race, class, and gender.
Howard Husock
New Philanthropists Talk Left, Act Right

Individual uplift, not social change, is their keynote.
Michael Knox Beran
Was Liberalism’s Philosopher-in-Chief a Conservative?
In Prospect
Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

A Prophetic and Violent Masterpiece
Theodore Dalrymple
European Diarist


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