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Rating Rudy, Part One
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?
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Professor at the Cooper Union for the Arts and Sciences and author of "Prince of the City, Giuliani, New York and the Genius of American Life".
Originally Aired: 9/1/2005
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