The November issue of The New Colonist is online and available now at
This month's features:
* One Tough Transition
After getting good and comfortable living carfree in NYC, Rob
Donner moves to Hartford, a suburb with big buildings in the middle....
* Tobacco Road
You can go home again, and Richard Risemberg discusses a couple
* The Bridge and Tunnel Conundrum
Eric Miller wonders why it has to be so hard to get around
* Book Review
Eric Miller reviews The City Parent Handbook
Our Concierge page offers helpful services such as worldwide
weather forecasts, hotel and airfare searches, events listings,
classifieds, and a currency exchange calculator, with more on the way!
* Vox Civitatis
Our weblog, with (nearly) daily entries by your editors and an
assortment of invited commentators offering views and musings on the
state of cities and sustainability today and in the future.
And of course a wealth of reviews, essays, stories, and other resources
in our more than 500-article Archive!
"I like liberals. They gave us the five-day workweek; ended child labor;
invented unemployment insurance, Social Security and Medicare; and led
us, despite fierce opposition from 'America First' pseudo-patriots on
the political right, to victory over fascism in World War II. Liberals
also ended racial segregation and gave women the vote."