[Hpn] After Guiliani, will New Yorkers look to someone who loves *homeless
H. C. Covington
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Fri, 01 Jun 2001 03:48:03 -0400
THE GIULIANI IMPRINT: PERMANENT CHANGE OR PASSING PHASE?
How does Rudy Giuliani’s legacy affect the future of New York City’s governance?
He has been called a tyrant and a miracle worker. Presiding over a stock market
boom and a stunning drop in crime, he won liberal supporters for his Republican
administration even as his combative tactics and outspoken pugnaciousness
infuriated many New Yorkers.
As Mayor Giuliani's term comes to a close, New York's leading political
commentators debate his administration’s impact on the city. Have his
personality and policies, from welfare reform to stronger police presence,
fueled prosperity or fractured the city? How has his tenure shaped the debate
over what the next mayor can and should accomplish?
After two terms of Guiliani, will New Yorkers look to someone who loves City
Hall demonstrations, *homeless shelters* and risqué art? In short, how has Mayor
Giuliani changed New York City, and how will those changes shape the future
leadership of the City?
[COMMENTS PLEASE - Will those called homeless be better off or worse off from
the Giuliani’s legacy? What can we do to influence change by participating in
the election process this year? ]
$25.00 "POWER BREAKFAST" FOR THE HOUSED TO DISCUSS ISSUES:
Moderated by Alair Townsend. Featuring: Wayne Barrett, senior editor at the
Village Voice; Kenneth Jackson, history professor at Columbia University and
president of the new York Historical Society; and John Tierney, columnist for
The New York Times.
Presented by The Citizens Union Foundation.
Wednesday, June 20, 2001
The Sky Club, Met Life Building, 200 Park Avenue
8:00 a.m. Breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Discussion
$25 General Public, $20 Citizens Union members, $40 for membership and one
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H. C. Covington
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