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New York

Two Exiles

By Frederic Morton, from a speech given at the Vienna Haus der Barmherzigkeit two days before he died, in April. Morton was a critic, an essayist, and the author of…

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Beyond the Broken Window

William Bratton and the new police state

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Realty Bites

From a conversation with Raul, a resident of Manhattan, included in The Edge Becomes the Center, an oral history of gentrification in New York City, by D. W. Gibson, out…

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A Grand Juror Speaks

The inside story of how prosecutors always get their way

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Carbon Footprint

From a conversation between Robert Caro and John R. MacArthur, marking the fortieth anniversary of the publication of The Power Broker, Caro’s biography of Robert Moses, which won the Pulitzer…

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A Little Girl’s New York

In my seventeenth year, there suddenly appeared in Fifth Avenue a very small canary-yellow brougham with dark trimmings, drawn by a big, high-stepping bay and driven by a coachman who…

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Gateway to Freedom

The origins of the Underground Railroad

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The Last Witnesses

By Meline Toumani, adapted from her first book, There Was and There Was Not: A Journey Through Hate and Possibility in Turkey, Armenia, and Beyond, out this month from Metropolitan…

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Freedom Isn’t Free

From items listed as of this May in the online store of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Several items have since been removed from the site.

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