Koch for New York City

September 1977
New Republic;9/24/77, Vol. 177 Issue 13, p8
Focuses on the expectations of improvement in economic conditions of New York City after election of Ed Koch for the post of mayor. Importance of choosing a mayor having wise and coherent sense of public good; Discussion of characteristics of perverted politics; Reasons for the preference of Koch for the post of mayor; Information on the poor financial condition of New York City.


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