July 06, 2010
Frank Weil, John Donahue, Richard Zeckhauser
New Yorks Central Park hit bottom in the late 1970s. Graffiti
marred nearly every man-made surface. Litter blew across desiccated
lawns. The city government, burdened by burgeoning costs and
dwindling resources, had no plausible...
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