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Surely, if Mother Nature had been consulted, she would never have consented to building a city in New Orleans. ---->>>

For the baby boomer generation, a home is now seen not as the cornerstone of advancement but a ball and chain, restricting their ability and their mobility to move and seek out a job at another location. ---->>>

These days the American dream of home ownership has turned into a nightmare for millions of families. They wake every day to the reality of a horrible decline in the value of the home that has meant so much to them.

These days the American dream of home ownership has turned into a nightmare for millions of families. They wake every day to the reality of a horrible decline in the value of the home that has meant so much to them.

Americans cannot maintain their essential faith in government if there are two Americas, in which the private sector's work subsidizes the disproportionate benefits of this new public sector elite. ---->>>

I decided law was the exact opposite of sex; even when it was good, it was lousy. ---->>>

The unique danger today is the possibility that we may face longer-term stagnation as a consequence of relying too heavily on borrowed money. ---->>>

Natural erosion had reduced the critical barrier islands in the Gulf, the result of the destruction of some 300,000 acres of wetlands. This amounted to 30 miles of marshlands. ---->>>

These days, government employees are better off in almost every area: pay, benefits, time off, and security, on top of working fewer hours. They can thrive even in a down economy. ---->>>

The most critical factor subduing the demand for housing is that home ownership is no longer seen as the great, long-term buildup in equity value it once was. ---->>>

Millions of public workers have become a kind of privileged new class - a new elite, who live better than their private sector counterparts. Public servants have become the public's masters. No wonder the public is upset. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Canadian
Born: 07-04, 1937
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Occupation: Publisher
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Mortimer Benjamin "Mort" Zuckerman (born June 4, 1937) is a Canadian-born American media proprietor, magazine editor, and investor. He is the co-founder, executive chairman and former CEO of Boston Properties, one of the largest real estate investment trusts in the United States. Zuckerman is also the owner and publisher of the New York Daily News and of U (wikipedia)