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From 9/11 to covid-19: can New York recover? | The Economist

As New Yorkers commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11, they are also contemplating how to recover from covid-19. After 9/11, New York came back stronger—so what lessons can the city's leaders learn from that success to help the city bounce back today?

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02:45 Rebuilding after 9/11
06:48 Supporting small businesses during the pandemic
09:28 The age-old problem of racism
11:34 The challenge of the rich leaving New York
12:16 The challenge for New York’s new leaders

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