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George L. Kelling
Reclaiming the Subway

Saving the system from vagrants, criminals, and their ardent defenders will require modern police work at its best
Jim Sleeper
Prisoners of Race

The politics of racial revenge undermine real black power
Peter D. Salins and Gerard Mildner
Does Rent Control Help the Poor?

The latest data show the poor get poorer and the rich get better apartments
Roger Waldinger
Immigrants Rescue the Rag Trade

The garment industry's flight from New York is being reversed by another exodus--from the Third World to Chinatown
Edwin Rubenstein
Opening Albany's Books

State leaders blame the fiscal crisis on "revenue shortfall." A closer look uncovers a different story
Departments
Editor's Journal
Letters
New York Views
Private Crimes by Robert James Bidinotto
Trash Can Traumas by Mark Cunningham
New York's Lost Teachers by Raymond Domanico
Choosing Schools London Style by David Brooks
Urbanities
A Child's World by Dana Mack
The Right Man for the Met by David Wagner
Statues and Heroes by Richard Brookhiser
Letter From Sunset Park by Louis Winnick
Diarist: Getting a Fix in New York by Charles Bork


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