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During these trying times, City Journal’s team of writers and editors continue to deliver new ideas and expert analysis of the nation’s policy response to the evolving public-health crisis. We invite you to read more about our efforts in Manhattan Institute’s Spring 2020 President’s Update.

City Journal is a publication of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research (MI), a leading free-market think tank. Its readership spans from coast to coast, with leading outlets and public officials looking to the magazine as a regular source of policy guidance. 

Since urban policy encompasses almost all domestic policy questions, as well as the largest issues of our culture and society, the magazine views its canvas as very broad indeed. Contributing editors to City Journal include Heather Mac DonaldTheodore DalrympleVictor Davis HansonNicole GelinasJohn Tierney, and others.

Are you interested in supporting the magazine and its contributors? As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, donations in support of MI and City Journal are fully tax-deductible as provided by law (EIN #13-2912529). With your support, we will remain the much-needed source of hard-headed practicality and cutting-edge theory in the world of journalism and beyond. To give now, please review the donation levels below or give an amount of your choosing. 

 
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Please consider making a planned gift to the Manhattan Institute. Such gifts can include bequests by will or living trust, charitable trusts, a designation in a retirement plan, charitable gift annuities or a designation in a life insurance policy. For more information, please download this printer-friendly information sheet or contact the Manhattan Institute Sponsorship Office at 212-599-7000.

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If you have any questions about IRA-related gifts or would like more information, please call the Manhattan Institute’s Sponsorship Office at 212-599-7000.

MATCHING GIFT

Many employers agree to match the personal charitable donations of their employees with an equal or greater corporate contribution. Please inquire at your place of business if this is possible. The Manhattan Institute Sponsorship Office will work with you to get the proper authorization.

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With your support, MI will remain a source of fresh, market-oriented ideas that guide policymakers and inform the public debate about how Americans can best achieve healthier, more productive, and more fulfilling lives. Our senior fellows are key participants in the most crucial policy arenas at the local, state, and national levels. To give now, please review the sponsorship levels or donate an amount of your choosing.


Manhattan Institute is a qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions to MI are tax-deductible. EIN #13-2912529

 

To request an information packet about MI, or if you have questions about how to support us, contact support@manhattan-institute.org.

 

MI President’s Update

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