Angry New Yorker

Tuesday, July 25, 2006
The Summer 2006 City Journal issue is out.

City Journal Summer 2006. Summer 2006.

A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Myron Magnet.

Why Today’s Immigrants Don’t Flourish

Steven Malanga
How Unskilled Immigrants Hurt Our Economy

A handful of industries get low-cost labor, and the taxpayers foot the bill.

Heather Mac Donald
Seeing Today’s Immigrants Straight

Advocates of “comprehensive immigration reform” let ideology blind them to the dispiriting facts on the ground.

Sol Stern
The Ed Schools’ Latest—and Worst—Humbug

Teaching for “social justice” is a cruel hoax on disadvantaged kids.

Gerry Garibaldi
How the Schools Shortchange Boys

In the newly feminized classroom, boys tune out.

Nicole Gelinas
Is There a New York Housing Crisis?

Only when government creates one—as Mayor Bloomberg is doing now.

Heather Mac Donald
New York Cops: Still the Finest

Bucking a national trend, Gotham’s crime rate keeps dropping. Here’s why.


Kay S. Hymowitz
Desperate Grandmas

Now sexagenarians, narcissistic feminists are still seeking the Best Sex Ever.

Theodore Dalrymple
The Terrorists Among Us

It’s not just Islam, but the tension between Islam and Western modernity, that makes them tick.

Steven Malanga
The Last Full Measure

Gotham may not know how to honor the 9/11 dead, but the suburbs do.


In Prospect


Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

Real Crime, Fake Justice



Edmund Janko
Dean’s Office Diarist

It Still Leaves a Bad Taste

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