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We get mail: Andrew Young defends Mayor Kasim Reed

Former Mayor and United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young writes in to respond to former CL Senior Editor John Sugg, who last week contrasted Mayor Kasim Reed and Newark Mayor Cory Booker, including their postions on "pay-to-play." In "A Tale of Two Mayors" the author suggests that Newark has a better mayor than Atlanta. I cannot let that go unchallenged.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the
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