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City Journal Winter 2009.
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A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Brian C. Anderson.

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Can the Feds Uncrunch Credit?.
Nicole Gelinas
Can the Feds Uncrunch Credit?
Maybe—but Washington’s unprecedented interventions could make things much, much worse.
Never Enough Beauty, Never Enough Truth.
Heather Mac Donald
Never Enough Beauty, Never Enough Truth
Philanthropists should do what they love, not surrender to identity politics.
Welfare Reform, Phase Two.
Steven Malanga
Welfare Reform, Phase Two
States are putting a new generation of recipients back to work. Will Obama get in the way?
Environmental Facts and Follies
The Green-Jobs Engine That Can't.
Max Schulz
The Green-Jobs Engine That Can’t
Inefficient eco-friendly technologies destroy more jobs than they create.
Green Cities, Brown Suburbs.
Edward L. Glaeser
Green Cities, Brown Suburbs
To save the planet, build more skyscrapers—especially in California.
Forgiveness and Irony.
Roger Scruton
Forgiveness and Irony
What makes the West strong
The Promise and Peril of the Freelance Economy.
Laura Vanderkam
The Promise and Peril of the Freelance Economy
Self-employment has made America more productive, but at what cost to the self-employed?
George Washington Patrols the Pacific.
Guy Sorman
George Washington Patrols the Pacific
Anchored by its nuclear-powered carrier, the Seventh Fleet protects global trade.
Slums of Hope.
Howard Husock
Slums of Hope
For displaced peasants, the world’s vast urban ghettos are a gateway to a better future.
The DNA of Politics.
James Q. Wilson
The DNA of Politics
Genes shape our beliefs, our values, and even our votes.
Urbanities.
Alexander Hamilton, Modern America's Founding Father.
Myron Magnet
Alexander Hamilton, Modern America’s Founding Father
How New York’s opportunity society became America’s
How Science Fiction Found Religion.
Benjamin A. Plotinsky
How Science Fiction Found Religion
Once overtly political, the genre increasingly employs Christian allegory.
Soundings.
Steven Malanga
The Latino Voting Trickle
Hispanics didn’t elect Barack Obama.
André Glucksmann
The Postmodern Financial Crisis
“It is true because we say it is” has run its course.
Heather Mac Donald
Recession-Proof Diversity
Harvard expands its futile quest for proportional faculty.
James Kirchick
The Persian Version
My 15 minutes of Iranian fame
Marcus A. Winters
The New Number Crunchers
Quantitative measurement is telling us more about school performance.
Bjørn Lomborg
Another Green Revolution
Genetically modified food offers hope for the world’s malnourished.
Dane Stangler
Innovation in Its Place
Cities prosper through spontaneous enterprise, not top-down planning.
Departments.
Oh, to be in England
The Persistence of Ideology.
Theodore Dalrymple
The Persistence of Ideology
Grand ideas still drive history.
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