Cuomo, Mario Matthew.
New York idea.
New York : Crown Publishers, c1994
Mario Matthew Cuomo
|描述：||xvi, 286 p. : ill., col. map ; 24 cm.|
|内容：||Freedom. The Idea That Gave Birth to America. The Lessons of Immigration. The Politics of Inclusion --
Work. Cultivating the Ingredients for Economic Growth. Capital - Forging a Public-Private Bond Through Investment. Infrastructure - How New York Helped Build Its Economy. Energy - Fueling a Half Trillion-Dollar Economy. Industry, Ideas, and High Technology. Preparing New York's Changing Workforce for the Twenty-first Century. Other Strengths to Build On. A Vibrant Culture That Is Good for Business. Strengthening the Economy Through Sports and Recreation. Agriculture - One of Our Oldest and Most Valued Industries. Creating a Leaner, More Responsive Government. Wealth, Taxes, and Fiscal Responsibility. The Bitter Fruit of the New Federalism --
Justice. A Century of Social Justice. New York's Progressive Legacy. Providing Protection to the Defenseless. Creating Affordable Housing. Health Care. The Current Toll of Social Pain. Decade of the Child. Welfare Reform: The Path to Independence. Toward a More Responsive Criminal Justice System. Political Reform --
Beauty. Keeping New York Clean and Green. The National and International Environmental Challenge --
Hope. Toward an Investment-Led Recovery. Reforming Our Approach to Borrowing. Building a New, New York. Laying the Tracks for High Technology. The International State in the Twenty-first Century. Global New York. Attracting Foreign Investment. Renewing the Partnership for National Economic Growth --
Appendix A: Regions of New York --
Appendix B: National Firsts, 1983-July 1993 --
Appendix C: New York All-Time Firsts.
Repudiating the era of "fend-for-yourself Federalism," New York State's Governor Mario Cuomo looks back over a decade in office and ahead to his state's role in the twenty-first century; in the process he creates a blueprint for restoring the promise of the American Dream not only to the people of New York State, but to all Americans. The New York Idea embraces common sense and compassion: government using its resources to stimulate private-sector growth, then requiring those who benefit to extend in turn an increased measure of hope and opportunity to those on the bottom rungs of the economic ladder. Its application requires a realistic appreciation of the importance of the free market and an intelligent recognition of the legitimate role government can play in supporting and spurring growth. In The New York Idea, Governor Cuomo cites real-world, politically workable instances from his own experience to reveal how such a strategy can succeed. Governor Cuomo sees New York as a microcosm of the United States, and the New York experience - its successes and its failures - instructive to citizens and elected officials - in all states, as America struggles to recover from a decade of failed national policy. The New York Idea is an unprecedented look at the practicalities and possibilities of state government, as envisioned by a sitting governor.
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