When I lived in New York City in the early 1970s, the city was deeply and visibly dysfunctional. The business climate was lousy; the middle class was shrinking; the streets were potholed; the parks were unkempt; the politicians were crooked or incompetent and the city was broke. The Mayor begged for a bailout from the […]

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