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City Journal's 10 Blocks

By Manhattan Institute

City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors and special guests. Episodes are devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, discipline in education, and homelessness. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.

  1. 1.
    Fearless Thinking in an Age of Conformity09/16/2020
    34:26
  2. 2.
    Policing’s New Challenge, with NYPD Commissioner Shea09/09/2020
    43:25
  3. 3.
    China’s Nuclear Push09/02/2020
    21:55
  4. 4.
    California’s Neo-Feudal Future08/26/2020
    24:54
  5. 5.
    Chicago’s Ransacking and Illinois’ Fiscal Blues08/19/2020
    19:45
  6. 6.
    Trouble on the Upper West Side08/12/2020
    20:58
  7. 7.
    Playing with Fire: The Unwinding of Public Safety08/05/2020
    22:27
  8. 8.
    Catholic Schools, Charters, and Choice07/29/2020
    20:12
  1. 9.
    Policing on the Brink: A Conversation with William Bratton07/22/2020
    26:21
  2. 10.
    Nursing Homes: The Center of the Pandemic07/15/2020
    30:03
  3. 11.
    A Summer of Violence?07/08/2020
    24:45
  4. 12.
    Navigating the Pandemic Economy07/01/2020
    15:00
  5. 13.
    “Woke” Schools06/24/2020
    16:50
  6. 14.
    CHAZ to CHOP: Seattle’s Radical Experiment06/16/2020
    24:08
  7. 15.
    How Our Social Nature Makes Everything Contagious06/10/2020
    18:10
  8. 16.
    Race, Riots, and the Cops06/04/2020
    28:14
  9. 17.
    Bedlam in New York06/03/2020
    25:25
  10. 18.
    The Arbery Shooting: Looking for Answers05/27/2020
    23:11
  11. 19.
    Farewell, San Francisco05/20/2020
    24:00
  12. 20.
    Covid-19: Regulatory Obstacles to U.S. Recovery05/13/2020
    26:53
  13. 21.
    Brooklyn’s Covid-19 Response, with Eric Adams05/06/2020
    29:19
  14. 22.
    A Plan for Ending New York’s Shutdown04/29/2020
    15:23
  15. 23.
    Cities and Pandemics: A Long History04/22/2020
    17:41
  16. 24.
    Good Samaritans vs. Covid-1904/15/2020
    18:48
  17. 25.
    Prospects for a Coronavirus Vaccine04/08/2020
    32:37
  18. 26.
    Covid-19 in New York04/01/2020
    30:38
  19. 27.
    Covid-19: The Impact on State Budgets03/25/2020
    17:34
  20. 28.
    COVID-19 Shuts Down New York03/18/2020
    26:00
  21. 29.
    The Coronavirus: A Doctor Weighs In03/11/2020
    23:27
  22. 30.
    Fathers Behind Bars03/04/2020
    30:41
  23. 31.
    How the Plastic Panic Hurts Us—and the Planet02/26/2020
    19:36
  24. 32.
    Skid Row’s Addiction Epidemic02/19/2020
    19:43
  25. 33.
    Why Classical Architecture Matters02/12/2020
    25:41
  26. 34.
    The Digital Economy's Voracious Energy Demand02/05/2020
    17:05
  27. 35.
    Parenting in the City01/29/2020
    35:48
  28. 36.
    How Risk Fuels a Healthy Economy01/22/2020
    13:22
  29. 37.
    Why Ban Dollar Stores?01/15/2020
    17:53
  30. 38.
    Rent Control: Unjust and Ineffective01/08/2020
    28:52
  31. 39.
    Child Welfare in Crisis12/31/2019
    15:28
  32. 40.
    Season’s Greetings and a Brief Holiday Update12/23/2019
    4:10
  33. 41.
    Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice12/18/2019
    33:43
  34. 42.
    The Great Society, Reconsidered12/11/2019
    22:24
  35. 43.
    Bloomberg’s Complicated Legacy12/04/2019
    52:02
  36. 44.
    Building Civil Society: A Conversation11/27/2019
    1:10:28
  37. 45.
    A Model for Suburban Development?11/18/2019
    25:55
  38. 46.
    One Trade School’s Path to Success11/13/2019
    18:16
  39. 47.
    Music: The Rebel Art Form11/06/2019
    23:28
  40. 48.
    Productivity and the “Intangible” Economy10/30/2019
    23:05
  41. 49.
    Closing Rikers: Jails, Politics, and Public Safety in New York10/23/2019
    26:31
  42. 50.
    Infrastructure Spending, Reconsidered10/16/2019
    29:33
  43. 51.
    San Francisco’s Homeless Crisis10/09/2019
    30:58
  44. 52.
    Who Killed Civil Society?10/02/2019
    24:44
  45. 53.
    Pittsburgh’s Latest Comeback09/24/2019
    29:17
  46. 54.
    The Entrenched vs. the Newcomers: 2019 James Q. Wilson Lecture09/18/2019
    38:55
  47. 55.
    The Left’s Surging Urban Activism09/11/2019
    29:19
  48. 56.
    Bernie’s Pro-Union Push09/04/2019
    23:10
  49. 57.
    New York City Transit, with Speaker Corey Johnson08/28/2019
    25:24
  50. 58.
    Why Budget Negotiations Succeed—and Why They Fail08/21/2019
    45:10
  51. 59.
    America’s Outdated Power Grid08/14/2019
    29:10
  52. 60.
    The U.S.–China Trade War Heats Up08/07/2019
    19:37
  53. 61.
    The New Disorder: Urban Dysfunction Returns07/31/2019
    31:42
  54. 62.
    Summer Reading, with City Journal (2019)07/17/2019
    32:01
  55. 63.
    “Woke” Politics Over Progress in New York Schools07/10/2019
    15:11
  56. 64.
    Homelessness Strains New York’s Libraries07/02/2019
    16:55
  57. 65.
    Theodore Dalrymple on Elite Medical Journals and the Criminal Underclass06/26/2019
    22:36
  58. 66.
    Rent Control’s Resurgence in New York06/19/2019
    27:57
  59. 67.
    Activists in the Boardroom06/12/2019
    24:56
  60. 68.
    Mounting Disorder in San Francisco06/05/2019
    16:38
  61. 69.
    The Loneliness Epidemic05/29/2019
    29:05
  62. 70.
    Managing Risk in Unexpected Places05/22/2019
    20:01
  63. 71.
    A Catholic Crisis in the Rust Belt05/15/2019
    19:09
  64. 72.
    Clarence Thomas and the Lost Constitution05/08/2019
    34:17
  65. 73.
    How Markets Shape Cities04/30/2019
    50:04
  66. 74.
    Inside the Academic Destruction of a University04/24/2019
    26:37
  67. 75.
    Congestion Pricing in New York, a New Mayor in Chicago04/17/2019
    28:37
  68. 76.
    China's Troubled Urban Future04/10/2019
    23:20
  69. 77.
    Reefer's Madness04/03/2019
    31:15
  70. 78.
    "Blue Wave" Hits Local Prosecutors03/27/2019
    21:25
  71. 79.
    The Civil Society Awards03/20/2019
    15:50
  72. 80.
    Victor Davis Hanson on Trump03/13/2019
    27:04
  73. 81.
    The Case for Nuclear Power03/06/2019
    16:37
  74. 82.
    Charter Schools and Teachers’ Strikes02/27/2019
    15:00
  75. 83.
    Public-Sector Unions After Janus02/20/2019
    12:07
  76. 84.
    Barriers to Black Progress02/13/2019
    38:53
  77. 85.
    From "College Town" to Big City02/06/2019
    25:36
  78. 86.
    How Trump Is Reshaping Federal Courts01/30/2019
    15:35
  79. 87.
    The "Green New Deal" and Trade with China01/23/2019
    13:38
  80. 88.
    Bill de Blasio: Rhetoric and Reality01/16/2019
    30:05
  81. 89.
    NYCHA: Public Housing in Crisis01/09/2019
    20:35
  82. 90.
    Seattle’s Homeless Challenge01/03/2019
    21:48
  83. 91.
    "The Diversity Delusion," with Heather Mac Donald12/19/2018
    23:30
  84. 92.
    Family Court Tragedy12/19/2018
    10:54
  85. 93.
    Prescription Drugs and Price Controls12/12/2018
    15:46
  86. 94.
    Holiday Season in New York12/05/2018
    21:17
  87. 95.
    Keeping the Mentally Ill Out of Jails11/28/2018
    16:15
  88. 96.
    The Once and Future Worker11/21/2018
    20:42
  89. 97.
    Amazon Comes to Queens11/14/2018
    16:31
  90. 98.
    Assessing the Gubernatorial Results11/08/2018
    12:16
  91. 99.
    Is New York Going All-Blue?10/31/2018
    16:39
  92. 100.
    The Unbearable Sameness of Cities10/24/2018
    16:21
  93. 101.
    Antifa At Large in Portland10/17/2018
    16:08
  94. 102.
    Race Relations, with Shelby Steele10/10/2018
    26:34
  95. 103.
    The Next American City10/03/2018
    23:43
  96. 104.
    A Landlord Tells His Story09/26/2018
    17:31
  97. 105.
    Rethinking America's Highways09/19/2018
    15:20
  98. 106.
    Capitalism and Millennials: The 2018 James Q. Wilson Lecture09/12/2018
    38:46
  99. 107.
    Chicago: Rahm's Legacy and the Future09/06/2018
    18:57
  100. 108.
    The First-Year Indoctrination08/29/2018
    12:23
  101. 109.
    Zero Hour for Gen X08/22/2018
    24:17
  102. 110.
    Tribute to an American Patriot08/15/2018
    16:31
  103. 111.
    Summer Reading, with City Journal08/07/2018
    24:45
  104. 112.
    William Bratton on "Precision Policing"08/01/2018
    24:32
  105. 113.
    Garden State Blues07/25/2018
    20:34
  106. 114.
    How Subways Drive New York07/18/2018
    22:10
  107. 115.
    A Conversation with Andrew Klavan07/11/2018
    35:38
  108. 116.
    Golden State "Brownout"07/04/2018
    21:32
  109. 117.
    Anarchy in Bike Lanes--and Housing Markets06/27/2018
    17:35
  110. 118.
    Trade Wars and Tariff Threats06/20/2018
    20:37
  111. 119.
    Identity Politics in the Sciences06/13/2018
    26:04
  112. 120.
    Fixing America's Crisis of Work06/06/2018
    39:46
  113. 121.
    Rust Belt, USA05/30/2018
    25:32
  114. 122.
    Mass Shootings and School Discipline05/23/2018
    23:22
  115. 123.
    The Fair Housing Act at 5005/16/2018
    21:19
  116. 124.
    America's Crisis of Work05/09/2018
    51:37
  117. 125.
    Shuttering Rikers05/02/2018
    18:02
  118. 126.
    Storm and Disaster Relief04/18/2018
    13:36
  119. 127.
    Corruption and "Economic Development" in New York State04/03/2018
    29:32
  120. 128.
    When Family Preservation Is Fatal03/21/2018
    17:12
  121. 129.
    What's Happened to the University?03/07/2018
    35:16
  122. 130.
    Public Unions and the Janus Reckoning02/21/2018
    15:08
  123. 131.
    Growth and Equality02/07/2018
    26:20
  124. 132.
    The Trump Infrastructure Plan01/24/2018
    17:35
  125. 133.
    The School-to-Prison Pipeline01/10/2018
    16:11
  126. 134.
    Securing New York's Streets and Subways12/13/2017
    15:47
  127. 135.
    Crisis Intervention Training11/29/2017
    15:31
  128. 136.
    When the Heavyweight Champions Ruled America11/15/2017
    20:18
  129. 137.
    Terror in Manhattan11/01/2017
    19:25
  130. 138.
    The "Science" Behind Implicit Bias10/18/2017
    27:27
  131. 139.
    Public Health, Vaping, and More10/04/2017
    17:13
  132. 140.
    New York City’s Mayoral Election: The Candidates, The Issues, and More09/20/2017
    33:23
  133. 141.
    Reforming Labor Unions09/04/2017
    24:26
  134. 142.
    The Great Reverse Migration?05/17/2016
    14:18
  135. 143.
    Revolutionizing City Streets05/03/2016
    24:50
  136. 144.
    Reimagining Urbanism for the 21st Century04/19/2016
    16:28
  137. 145.
    The Untapped Potential of Data-Driven Policy04/05/2016
    15:15
  138. 146.
    What Can We Learn from the History of Milwaukee Policing?03/21/2016
    18:40
  139. 147.
    Ivy League Exhibits Anti-Asian Bias03/09/2016
    14:24
  140. 148.
    The Surprising Bronx Revival02/19/2016
    13:54
  141. 149.
    What Big Data Means for Fighting Crime02/08/2016
    18:37
  142. 150.
    Welcome to City Journal's 10 Blocks Podcast02/08/2016
    1:08

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