Seth Barron – On Urban Decay and the Last Days of New York
This week on High Noon, Inez Stepman does a deep dive with The American Mind’s Seth Barron into the problems most urban Americans are increasingly contending with: rising crime, mentally ill and aggressive homeless people, intermittently closed schools, and more. Barron is a lifelong New Yorker and the author of the book The Last Days of New York: A Reporter’s True Tale.
Seth and Inez also discuss the role of the city in American life, and what it would take to turn the downward spiral most cities are facing around.
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