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Roger Starr • 100 Items / 3 Books, 54 Articles, 43 Reviews
The Rise and Fall of New York City (1985)
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Published Reviews
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    Politique Internationale/The Colonel's Comedians (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    The American Spectator, July 1986, pp. 43-44
  2. Books in Review
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    Letting the City Down (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    Commentary, July 1985, pp. 66-68
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    The Apple Polisher (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    The Nation, June 15, 1985, pp. 741-743
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    The Bruised Apple (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    The New Republic, June 3, 1985, pp. 36-37
  5. The Arts
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    Books: Mr. Podsnap Goes To Town (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    New York Magazine, May 13, 1985, pp. 69-71
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    New York, New York (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    Policy Review, Fall 1985, pp. 94-98
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of New York City, by Roger Starr
    1. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    The Washington Monthly, April 1985, p. 59
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    The City that Never Sweeps (2 Reviews)
    Political Crisis/Fiscal Crisis, by Martin Shefter
    1. Political Crisis/Fiscal Crisis by Martin Shefter
    2. The Rise and Fall of New York City by Roger Starr
    The Public Interest, Spring 1986, pp. 108-111