Political crisis, fiscal crisis: the collapse and revival of New York City

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Basic Books, 1985 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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Political crisis, fiscal crisis: the collapse and revival of New York City

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A decade ago, New York City, unable to sell its bonds and meet its payroll and other obligations, was on the verge of bankruptcy. The crisis was averted only after the city administration agreed to ... Read full review

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PART II
39
PART III
125
The Fiscal Crisis and the Reorganization
149
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About the author (1985)

Martin Shefter is a professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University. He has also written "Patronage and its Opponents, Politics by Other Means: the Declining Importance of elections in America," and "Global City: the Economic, Political, and Cultural Influence of New York,

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