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  • "The city was, in the oft-used word of the day, ungovernable. Unsalvageable. The economy was a wreck. Nothing the city did seemed to work. Social indicators were uniformly bleak. In 1993, for the first time, a majority of births in the city were delivered to unmarried mothers," wrote Michael Tomasky in New York magazine.

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  • 'Weren't you paying attention to what was happening before your very eyes?'" he said.

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