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The Observer

City that always whines

By Sam Allis
June 20, 2004

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The Observer endured the 11-day transit strike in New York City in the spring of 1980 and, like most everyone else there, did just fine. With its public transportation system down, Gotham did what it always does so well -- adapt. Its people, surely the toughest in this country, earned another stripe on their sleeve. Veterans still regale each other ... (Full Article: 947 Words)

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