Tag: urban renewal
Neo-Noir Motherless Brooklyn Puts Power, Corruption at Center of Urban Renewal Story

Motherless Brooklyn is a stylish homage to classic film noir. It also provides a powerful narrative for the uncompromising way in which power can be wielded by those with access to it. Add in the story’s unusual context — urban renewal in post-war New York City — and Motherless Brooklyn might well contend for…
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Larry Summers Claims Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster Will Boost Economy

Predictably, within days of the unmitigated disaster and massive loss of life (10,000 and counting) in Japan from the record 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami, a major Keynesian economist has gone on the record in defending the “broken window fallacy” in economics by claiming that the Japanese disaster will actually boost economic growth. The economist…
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Detroit: A City Destroyed by “Progressive” Statism

Pajamas TV has just released the excellent video, “A City Destroyed by Liberal Idealism,” which discusses the ruin of the City of Detroit as a result of “liberal” (i.e., “Progressive”) statism. And this disastrous story is repeated in major cities across the U.S. to the extent that government, urban, collectivist policies have been imposed….
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