The Mugging of New York

July 1977
New Republic;7/30/77, Vol. 177 Issue 5, p5
Comments on the prevalence of criminality and criminals in New York City. Rampage of thieves during a blackout; Description on the condition in the city; Comparison of the present condition with that of the city's rioting experience during the 1960s; Concern on poverty in the city; Pressure on the federal government to entertain many insistent demands for cash from all around the world since 1973.


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