Daily Archives: January 6, 2013

Poverty Wars

What I Learned in the Poverty War Work, not welfare, uplifts the poor. by Peter Cove Nearly half a century ago, I dropped out of graduate school and enlisted as a foot soldier in America’s War on Poverty. Today, I’m … Continue reading

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Housing Justice?

“Justice” Comes to Islington A London borough makes townhouses available to the poor. by Theodore Dalrymple An interesting experiment is about to be conducted in London. A public-housing authority has constructed exact replicas of elegant early-Victorian townhouses on one side … Continue reading

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Existing Among Criminals

Life with the Vandals by Victor Davis Hanson If the coast of California is “postmodern,” as its residents like to say, we in the state’s interior are now premodern. Out here in the San Joaquin Valley, civilization has zoomed into … Continue reading

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