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City Journal is a quarterly magazine, published by the conservative Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, a free market think tank based out of New York City. Its current editor is Brian C. Anderson. Myron Magnet, its editor from 1994 to 2006, is now editor-at-large. Many City Journal articles focus on urban policy.

It has been described by London's Daily Telegraph as "the Bible of the new urbanism".[1] It was described by Peggy Noonan as "the best magazine in America".[2] George F. Will said "a few publications of reliable excellence become increasingly important … City Journal is at the top of the short list of those few".[2]

Although the magazine is based in New York City, it covers issues of national scope. Additionally, there is often a British perspective from Anthony Daniels, better known by his pen name of Theodore Dalrymple. The magazine was also noticeable as one of the first to link to blogs on its website that referenced it, and to engage directly with the blogosphere.

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  1. ^ Philip Johnston: Is London sliding into lawlessness?, 2 May 2000
  2. ^ a b (City Journal web site)

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