Articles by Richard L. Cravatts

Libraries as Terrorist Sanctuaries

Newton, Massachusetts, which this year was named as the country's safest town, can now add a second designation to its Chamber of Commerce brochures: it can boast of being a town that adamantly protects the privacy rights of would-be terrorists... Read More

Out of Control

Recent calls for a 'kinder, gentler' form of rent control -- as was proposed last year in Boston, for instance -- clearly causes concern for property owners, particularly at a time when, in some municipalities, vacancies are rising and... Read More

A Real Harlem Renaissance

No sooner had Columbia University made its public announcement about plans to build a new section of its campus in West Harlem, then activists, both from the Harlem community and within Columbia itself, started their not unpredictable tirades against... Read More

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