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

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December 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Coverup of the Year
New York Post | 30 Dec. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Council Job Killer
New York Post | 20 Dec. 2002

Steven Malanga
Bus to Bankruptcy
New York Post | 19 Dec. 2002

Theodore Dalrymple
’Twasn’t Ever Thus
Wall Street Journal | 18 Dec. 2002

John H. McWhorter
Not Fit to Lead
Wall Street Journal | 13 Dec. 2002

Sol Stern
S.O.S.—Save Our Schools
Wall Street Journal | 10 Dec. 2002

Roger Scruton
A Question of Temperament
Wall Street Journal | 3 Dec. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
No Green Light To Spy on Americans
The New York Sun | 3 Dec. 2002

Harry Stein
Anatomy of a Slur
Wall Street Journal | 3 Dec. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
David Frum’s Diary: Intelligence Failure
National Review Online | 25 Nov. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Dartmouth Does Diversity
The Weekly Standard | 2 Dec. 2002

November 2002

Steven Malanga
New York Is Unraveling . . .
Wall Street Journal | 25 Nov. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Ease spying limits for cops? Yes
New York Daily News | 14 Nov. 2002

Harry Stein
Bush Wins a Sputtering Economy
OpinionJournal.com | 11 Nov. 2002

Harry Stein
Amity Shlaes: Political Correctness at the Fed
Financial Times | 8 Nov. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
The Hunt for Terrorists Runs Up Against Political Correctness
New York Sun | 5 November 2002

October 2002

Steven Malanga
Downtown: Future Hijacked
New York Post | 31 October 2002

Steven Malanga
Disneyland of Death
New York Post | 31 October 2002

Steven Malanga
Off on the Wrong Track
New York Post | 31 October 2002

Walter K. Olson
Indian Claims Debacle Offers a Sobering Preview on Reparations
New York Sun | 29 October 2002

Heather Mac Donald
FBI Handcuffed
New York Post | 22 October 2002

Steven Malanga
Truth, Beauty & the American Way
First Things | October 2002

Steven Malanga
Dinkins Redux?
New York Post | 24 October 2002

John H. McWhorter
N.J.’s Insult to Blacks
New York Post | 7 October 2002

Harry Stein
By Her Enemies You May Know Her
Wall Street Journal | 1 October 2002

September 2002

John H. McWhorter
Racial Profiling
OpinionJournal.com | 13 Sept. 2002

Steven Malanga
New York Mired in Defeat: Redesign efforts hampered by sentimental contradictions
Boston Herald | 11 August 2002
Additional Comments: Wall Street Journal | 11 Sept. 2002

Heather Mac Donald
The Elite War on Our ‘Bigotry’
New York Post | 10 September 2002

August 2002

Sol Stern
Bust That Trust: An Open Letter
New York Post | 19 August 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Only Way to Teach Kids Is to Get Back to Basics
New York Daily News | 12 August 2002

July 2002

Heather Mac Donald
A Cop’s Life: The media takes sides and endangers lives.
National Review Online | 23 July 2002

Anthony P. Coles
Back to Basics: The former deputy mayor explains how Mayor Mike should fix the schools
New York Post | 21 July 2002

Sol Stern
Mike’s on the Wrong Track: Hunt for schools chancellor centers on captives of a failed system
New York Daily News | 21 July 2002

Steven Malanga
The Wrong Way to Rebuild
Wall Street Journal | 18 July 2002

Theodore Dalrymple
Medical Mistakes Are No Cause for Alarm
Wall Street Journal | 18 July 2002

Brian C. Anderson
How the Supreme Court Used Three Cases to Inspire a ‘Living Constitution’
New York Sun |18 July 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Graffiti Is Metastasizing Again in New York, and Guess Who’s Applauding
New York Sun | 17 July 2002

Kay S. Hymowitz
Unfeminist feminists
The Washington Times: Culture Briefs | 16 July 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Black & True Blue
New York Daily News | 14 July 2002

June 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Love, Honor & Get Off Dole
New York Daily News | 9 June 2002

May 2002

Kay S. Hymowitz
Anti-Social Studies: The nation's social studies teachers have lots of ideas for improving the curriculum—all of them bad.
The Weekly Standard | 6 May 2002

Kay S. Hymowitz
Thank Barbie for Britney: She’s not that innocent.
National Review Online | 3 May 2002

April 2002

Myron Magnet
The Monument They Deserve
OpinionJournal.com | 23 April 2002

Theodore Dalrymple
Peter Saunders talks to Theodore Dalrymple
Policy | Winter 2002

Steven Malanga
Taxi Industry Getting Ripe for Radical Reform
New York Sun | 22 April 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Appeasing the Race Hustlers: A year after the riots, Cincinnati rewards rioters.
Weekly Standard | 22 April 2002
Rewarding Rioters New York Post | 21 April 2002
Mac Donald’s original warning: What Really Happened in Cincinnati Summer 2001

March 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Sliding Back Into Welfare | Good intentions could trash city’s gains.
New York Daily News | 31 Mar 2002

Sol Stern
A Fight for the Kids
New York Post | 12 Mar 2002

February 2002

Victor Davis Hanson
Why the Muslims Misjudged Us: They hate us because their culture is backward and corrupt.
OpinionJournal.com | 25 Feb 2002

James Q. Wilson
The Decline of Marriage: And what it means.
San Diego Union-Tribune | 17 Feb 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Bloomberg’s Test: How to tell if the new mayor has the right stuff.
New York Post | 15 Feb 2002
This article got fast results:
New York Times 22 Feb 2002
Kausfiles.com 22 Feb 2002
New York Post 27 Feb 2002

David Brussat
In Lower Manhattan, Go Classical: City Journal’s WTC-site plan receives praise.
Providence Journal | 14 Feb 2002

Brian C. Anderson
The Ineducable Left: Like Dracula, Marxism keeps coming back from the dead.
First Things | Feb 2002

Steven Malanga
Sick Politics: Albany mandates drive health insurance costs sky-high.
New York Post | 7 Feb 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Advocates Of Excuses: Questions that homeless advocates don’t want to answer.
New York Post | 1 Feb 2002

January 2002

Joel Schwartz
The Two Kings: Where Martin Luther King, Jr. went wrong.
Wall Street Journal | 21 Jan 2002

Edward John Craig
Hackers: Uncle Sam (Should) Want You: Cyberpunks and national security.
New York Post | 21 Jan 2002
Additional Comments
: Chief Executive, April 2002
Edward John Craig responds
: Chief Executive, July 2002

Brian C. Anderson
Car Alarms Are Useless, So Ban Them: They don’t deter, they merely annoy.
NY Daily News | 10 Jan 2002

Steven Malanga
Who Will Save The NYC GOP?: If they’d fight, they could win.
New York Post | 13 Jan 2002

Heather Mac Donald
Welfare Fraud’s Return: Yes, Virginia, there are welfare cheats.
New York Post | 9 Jan 2002

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