New York City and Cosmopolitan Liberalism
BERNARD GIFFORD traces the economic decline of New York City vis-a-vis the rest of the nation to the economic and social policies of the New Deal, the quintessential expression of New York's liberal political ideology. He posits that the recent economic difficulties of New York, coupled with increasing attention to computations on revenue flows between New York and Washington, may lead to a "new" New York political ideology.
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