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Rating Rudy, Part Two  (aired 3/23/2006)
In the awful days after September 11th, Americans were inspired by the bold leadership of the mayor of New York, Rudolph Giuliani. But prior to 9/11 he was both loved and hated, even though New York had experienced a renaissance under his administration. What was the secret to his success? What were his mistakes? What can we learn that might help other American cities?

Rating Rudy, Part One  (aired 3/16/2006)
In the awful days after September 11th, Americans were inspired by the bold leadership of the mayor of New York City, Rudolph Giuliani. But prior to 9/11 he was both loved and hated, even though New York had experienced a renaissance under his administration. What was the secret to his success? What were his mistakes? What can we learn that might help other American cities?

The Future of America’s Cities  (aired 10/9/1997)
In the last 30 years, we have witnessed a serious decline in American cities. Some recent developments offer some hope for the future, but how did we get so close to collapse? And now what can save the cities?

New York, New York/The Future of American Cities  (aired 7/25/1996)
In this two-part episode, Think Tank looks at New York as a city, its reputation, and its current status. Then, Think Tank expands its discussion to include other American cities.


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