Our Town

Franklin, Ruth
October 2002
New Republic;10/21/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 17, p38
Presents an article about the U.S. capital, Washington, D.C. Comparison of the capital with New York City; Description of the distinct features of the city; Crime and poverty rate in the city; Response to the criticisms against the electorate in the area.


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