Well, it's the first of the month again, and that means another issue of
the New Colonist for you to peruse at http://www.newcolonist.com.
This month we move our first White Paper, "Making California Possible:
Urban Issues Outlined for Pundits, Pols, and Prospective Governors" of
the world's sixth-largest economy, to the front page, right after Mary
Justine Smith's "Blackout of 2003: Inconvenience or Inspiration," a
story of grace under pressure in the city of Detroit.
We also feature our editorials, with Richard Risemberg weighing in on
"Death and Taxes" and Eric Miller explicating "The Cleveland
Experiment." And there's a brief review of the Heritage Foundation's
"Guide to Smart Growth."
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