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  1. America's Rising Sun
    The doomsayers ignore unique strengths that could spark a resurgence in our third centu...
    Reason, January 1989, pp. 22-27
  2. Arnold's Third Way
    Blueprint/The New Democrat, No. 5 2003, p. 13
  3. What Works: Three snapshots of public action that is making a difference---and where to go from here
    Back to the Future with New Labor
    Blueprint/The New Democrat, Winter 1998, pp. 52-57
  4. California, Inc. (1982)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  5. Capital of Capitalism
    The Making of a Great Modern Economy.
    The American Enterprise, October 2000, pp. 27-31
  6. The Center Folds
    High Noon for the New Democrats
    Reason, February 1995, pp. 25-28
  7. A Chinese Century?
    The American Enterprise, July 1998, pp. 26-28
  8. Cities Need Leaders
    Cities Only Grow and Thrive When Their Better-Off Citizens Are Willing to Shoulder Publ...
    The American Enterprise, September 1998, pp. 24-27
  9. The City: A Global History (2005)
    1 Review
  10. What Kind of America Will Generation X Inherit?
    Cold Water on Today's Prophets of Glee.
    The American Enterprise, January 1998, pp. 30-34
  11. The Difference Principle
    Can Ethnic Identity and Individual Freedom Coexist?
    Reason, February 1993, pp. 22-29
  12. Don't Dismiss the Democrats
    Hope Outside the Beltway
    Reason, November 1990, p. 24
  13. God and the City
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2003, pp. 34-37
  14. The Golden State's War on Itself
    City Journal, June 2, 2010, pp. 68-73
  15. Hollywood's Better Side
    You Know Tinseltown's Famous Jerks. Now Meet the Industry's Normal People and Some of T...
    The American Enterprise, March 1999, pp. 56-58
  16. Institute View
    Vive la central city
    The Milken Institute Review, Fourth Quarter 2000, pp. 76-91
  17. It's the Culture, Stupid
    Evidence from America's Boom Cities Shows That the Recipe for Business Prosperity Conta...
    The American Enterprise, July 1997, pp. 68-72
  18. L.A. vs. N.Y.C.
    In Multimedia and Entertainment, the Battle Is on between Crass Hollywood and Snobby Ma...
    The American Enterprise, March 1996, pp. 39-42
  19. L.A.'s Engine of Growth
    The Small Business Revolution to the Rescue
    City Journal, Winter 1993, pp. 64-69
  20. Make Way for the Urban Confederates
    Cities Have Fattened Themselves by Gobbling Up Surrounding Suburbs. But Smaller Jurisdi...
    The American Enterprise, November 1996, pp. 59-64
  21. Miracle by Default?
    Why the City of Angels Works
    Reason, Aug/Sept 1989, pp. 22-24
  22. The Moldy Massachusetts Miracle
    The economic prescriptions of the Dukakis/Kerry administration that received credit for...
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2004, pp. 28-31
  23. Movers & Shakers
    How Immigrants are Reviving Neighborhoods Given up for Dead
    Reason, December 2000, pp. 40-47
  24. Needed
    A Progressive Vision for Los Angeles
    California Journal, January 2005, pp. 50-53
  25. The New Geography (2001)
    How the Digital Revolution Is Reshaping the American Landscape
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  26. The New Left Takes Over American Unions
    Flower Children 2, Hard Hats 1. The long, Strange Trip of American Labor.
    The American Enterprise, May 1997, pp. 58-61
  27. The Next Hundred Million (2010)
    America in 2050
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  28. Older Suburbs (2001)
    Crabgrass Slums or New Urban Frontier?
    8 Chapters, 54pp
  29. Paths to Prosperity
    Many journalists believe yuppies, bohemians, and rock bands are the keys to local econo...
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2003, pp. 32-35
  30. A Prescription for Senile Liberalism
    Less Howard Dean, more FDR
    The Weekly Standard, March 14, 2005, pp. 30-34
  31. Presidential Counsel: Real Ideas for 'New Democrats'
    Johnson or Jefferson?
    Reason, April 1993, pp. 34-35
  32. Race to Defeat
    How the Black Caucus Elected Newt Gingrich Speaker
    Reason, February 1995, pp. 23-24
  33. Rediscovering Lewis and Clark Territory
    When agriculture and manufacturing declined during the last century, a diaspora of Midw...
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2004, pp. 36-39
  34. Features
    The Redistribution of Honor
    Winners and losers in the postwar era
    The Weekly Standard, April 28, 2003, pp. 25-27
  35. Politics
    Reefer Madness Revisited
    Inquiry, February 5, 1979, pp. 6-8
  36. The Rise and Fall of the Giant Corporation
    The American Enterprise, January 2000, pp. 30-31
  37. Sects and the City
    The new urbanists have forgotten thousands of years of history
    The Weekly Standard, May 2, 2005, pp. 30-34
  38. Soundings
    City Journal, Spring 1997, p. 12
  39. The State of the Nation
    Americans Settle Down
    The American Enterprise, April 2002, pp. 30-32
  40. There Is an Alternative
    Will "Wired Workers" Lead a Push for Privatization
    The American Enterprise, January 1997, p. 49
  41. The Third Century (1988)
    America's Renaissance in the Asian Era
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  42. Time to Think Small?
    What Does the Big Apple Need Most in Order to Remain a Business Capital? A Good Does of...
    The American Enterprise, June 2002, pp. 36-39
  43. Too Much Froth
    The latte quotient is a bad strategy for building middle-class cities
    Blueprint/The New Democrat, No. 6 2003, pp. 16-17
  44. Tribes (1993)
    How Race, Religion, and Identity Determine Success in the New Global Economy
    5 Reviews, 1 Readable
  45. Welcome to the Casbah
    The Latest Injection of Savvy and Sweat into America's Economy Comes from the Middle East.
    The American Enterprise, January 1999, pp. 66-69
  46. What's Wrong with...
    The Left
    The American Enterprise, January 1996, p. 30
  47. Why the Elite Media Don't Understand America
    While Americans Surge South and West, Today's In-Bred Media Elites Barely See beyond th...
    The American Enterprise, March 1998, pp. 28-33
  48. Will the Chinese Save L.A.?
    Our Dead-End Urban Areas Are Being Powerfully Renewed by Chinese American Entrepreneurs.
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, pp. 65-67
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