A Single Solution for New York's Two Biggest Problems

When I was growing up in Brooklyn in the 1980s, it was a watchword for urban decay, notorious for its high levels of violent crime and joblessness. Most of our family friends fled the city as soon as they could cobble together a down payment for a house in the suburbs, and it was hard to blame them. But the Salams toughed it out, and we are now delighted to have done so. By the 2010s, New York City had experienced a dramatic revival. Kay Hymowitz, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute,...

What feeling does this article give you?

#hashtags to follow:

Brooklyn [+]    Salams [+]    New York City [+]    Hymowitz [+]    Manhattan Institute [+]   

More #news: