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Revolutionizing City Streets

City Journal's 10 Blocks

Release Date: 05/03/2016

A Summer of Violence? show art A Summer of Violence?

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Rafael Mangual joins Seth Barron to discuss the surge in gun violence in New York City and other American cities, the impact of newly enacted criminal-justice reforms on policing, and the connection between "low-level" enforcement and major-crime prevention.

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Navigating the Pandemic Economy show art Navigating the Pandemic Economy

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Allison Schrager joins Brian Anderson to discuss economic trends in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, how the stock market has performed during the crisis, and why expensive infrastructure projects are a risky strategy for reviving the economy.

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“Woke” Schools show art “Woke” Schools

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Max Eden joins Brian Anderson to discuss how America's latest culture war appears headed for public schools—the topic of Eden’s latest story, "'There Is No Apolitical Classroom.'"

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CHAZ to CHOP: Seattle’s Radical Experiment show art CHAZ to CHOP: Seattle’s Radical Experiment

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Christopher Rufo joins Brian Anderson to discuss Seattle’s activist-controlled “autonomous zone” in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of the city, established after police evacuated the local precinct building.

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How Our Social Nature Makes Everything Contagious show art How Our Social Nature Makes Everything Contagious

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Kay Hymowitz joins Brian Anderson to discuss how our social instincts, and especially our social networks, affect our behavior and choices, in areas as wide-ranging as divorce, obesity—and even rioting.

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Race, Riots, and the Cops show art Race, Riots, and the Cops

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City Journal contributing editors Coleman Hughes and Rafael Mangual discuss the protests and riots across the United States—including attacks on police officers—and the dispiriting state of American racial politics. The unrest began last week, in the aftermath of George Floyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis.

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Bedlam in New York show art Bedlam in New York

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Seth Barron and Nicole Gelinas discuss the eruption of lawlessness in Midtown Manhattan and other parts of New York City and the inability of Mayor de Blasio and the NYPD to quell the worst criminal violence.

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The Arbery Shooting: Looking for Answers show art The Arbery Shooting: Looking for Answers

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Coleman Hughes joins Brian Anderson to discuss the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, the widespread claims that his alleged murderers were motivated by racism, and public reaction to the killing.

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Farewell, San Francisco show art Farewell, San Francisco

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Michael Gibson joins Brian Anderson to discuss San Francisco's ongoing struggle with public order and his decision to leave the Bay Area for Los Angeles.

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Covid-19: Regulatory Obstacles to U.S. Recovery show art Covid-19: Regulatory Obstacles to U.S. Recovery

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James R. Copland joins Brian Anderson to discuss how America's uniquely cumbersome regulatory system impeded the national response to the Covid-19 crisis and how costly litigation could damage the economy even further.

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