Steven Rattner, who administered the bailout of part of the Detroit-based portion of America’s automobile industry, says, “Apart from voting in elections, the 700,000 remaining
Detroit, which boomed during World War II when industrial America was “the arsenal of democracy,” died of democracy. via George F. Will: Detroit’s death by
This kind of thing happens with surprising regularity, usually about taxi fares though. Remember, it’s usually a couple of bucks at stake, so even though
The Childless City by Joel Kotkin and Ali Modarres, City Journal Summer 2013.