|Statement||Augustus Cerillo, Jr.|
|Series||Modern American history|
|LC Classifications||HN80.N5 C45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||91010854|
When Jacob Riis published How the Other Half Lives in , the U.S. Census Bureau ranked New York as the most densely populated city in the United States— million claimed that per square mile, it was one of the most densely populated places on the planet. The city is pictured in this large-scale panoramic map, a popular cartographic form used to depict U.S. and Canadian. The idea was widely embraced, notes journalist Nina Bernstein in The Lost Children of Wilder, her account of the legal battle to reform New York City foster care, because casting child abuse as a. An extraordinary analysis of the New York reform effort: the volume is respectful of the scope and intensity of the Bloomberg-Klein reforms, yet it penetrates the hype. These collected chapters present big city education reform in their true light: as very hard work requiring years of sustained effort. Roger Starr, Rohatyn’s New York Times publicist, writing in the New York Times Magazine on Novem , openly declared what was in store: New York City had to be shrunk, its population drastically reduced by one-third, its services, including education and healthcare, rationalized and cut.. Starr’s piece described whole portions of the city as dead zones.
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An up-close portrait of Ian Frazier’s New York, Gone to New York: Adventures in the City is filled with classic NYC imagery both large and small (from plastic trash bags littering trees to the. From the guide to the Richard Rogers Bowker papers, , (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) The City Reform Club was organized at the home of Theodore Roosevelt as a non-partisan club to promote better municipal government in the city of New York. From the description of City Reform Club records, “Though [New Yorkers] live by the sea, they take vacations to go somewhere else to be by the sea. Of the many odd things about New Yorkers, there is this: How is it that people living in the world’s greatest port, a city with no neighborhood that is far from a waterfront, a city whose location was chosen because of the sea, where the great cargo ships and tankers, mighty little tugs. --Paul Attewell, Graduate Center, City University of New York "Examining transfer policies at The City University of New York, Pathways to Reform contains many insights into university governance and the trials and tribulations of change in higher education. Well-documented and exceptionally well-written, the book's accounts of the interplay Cited by: 1.