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City Journal Spring 2006.
Spring 2006
Table of Contents
  C ontents

Mark Steyn
Facing Down Iran

Our lives depend on it.

Nicole Gelinas
Houston’s Noble Experiment

Can good government uplift the New Orleans evacuees whom bad government harmed?

Steven Malanga
The Mob That Whacked Jersey

How rapacious government withered the Garden State

Kay S. Hymowitz
How Welfare Reform Worked

Though successful beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, welfare reform left key problems unsolved.

Philip K. Howard
Making Civil Justice Sane

Judges should stop unreasonable lawsuits before they start.

David Schoenbrod
Toxic Regulation

Inflexible regulators stifle innovation and kill small businesses.

Steven Malanga
How to Stop Medicaid Fraud

For starters, states should try.

Urbanities

John Kekes
Why Robespierre Chose Terror

The lessons of the first totalitarian revolution

David Garrard Lowe
The Plaza’s First Century—and Its Second?

The matchless grandeur of Gotham’s great landmark

Departments

In Prospect

Soundings

Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

It’s This Bad

Letters

Contributors

Theodore Dalrymple
North Wales Diarist

Vanishing Decencies




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