Spring 1991
An NY Roundtable featuring Edward N. Costikyan, Nathan Glazer, George L. Kelling, Charles Murray, Peter D. Salins, Martin Shefter, Fred Siegel, and Richard Vigilante
Arthur Schiff
Social science research has been a bad guide to welfare policy. We need to recognize that the poor are consumers, too
L. Gordon Crovitz
The winning legal argument against New York City's rent-control laws has never been tried. It may be soon
Edwin Rubenstein
The way to contain exploding Medicaid costs is not to beggar the poor, but to reform the system. Here's how
George L. Kelling
The latest research confirms that disorder breeds crime. The next step is to transform police strategy

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Walter Olson
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Maggie Gallagher
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