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The New Migration

from Joel Kotkin in New Geography, The Changing Geography of Racial Opportunity: Excerpt: Perhaps the greatest irony in our findings is the location of many of the best cities for minorities: the South. This is particularly true for African-Americans who…

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A Blueprint for a Free City- Sandy Springs, GA

Reason shows how a city got it right. Sandy Springs had a great opportunity and did not waste it.  They broke from the bloated Atlanta government bureaucracy and set up their own city, privatizing most of its services, avoiding public unions…

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“I Care for the Starving Poor”

The most famous of high priced fountain pens, Mont Blanc, often has editions honoring artists and historians. I even own a Yehudi Menuhin model with a violin bow for the clip. Recently I noticed in the store at Lenox in…

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