New York: Where old wars never end

Minerbrook, Scott
November 1993
U.S. News & World Report;11/1/93, Vol. 115 Issue 17, p27
Focuses on the race for mayor in New York City where Mayor David Dinkins will face off against his Republican-Liberal opponent Rudolph Giuliani. Dinkins compared to George Bush at the end; The budget crisis that grips City Hall; Race and ethnic tensions have become a defining feature of this campaign; Dinkins's most serious problem on the race-relations front; Giuliani has capitalized on the discontent with Dinkins; Concerns over Giuliani's violent temper and `command style.'


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