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The media is determined to blame Houston’s urban developers for the hurricane’s devastation. That isn’t correct—in fact, it’s blatantly unfair.
Jeremiah Moss’ new book, ‘Vanishing New York,’ laments the transformation of New York into a tourist theme park—but despite some righteous complaints, not everything about NYC’s gritty past is worth celebrating.
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Today on Federalist Radio, Emily Washington explains the intersection of free markets and urban planning.
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