Local Politics: A Story
July 6, 2014 by PaulM Posted in Culture, Politics Leave a Comment
In today’s NYTimes, opinion-writer Frank Bruni profiles an unusual politician, the long-long-time mayor of Charleston, South Carolina, Joe Riley, who talks about what makes a city tick, civic psychology, diversity, nonpartisan public administration, problem-solving, justice, the arts and excellence, and more. Read the column here, and get the NYT if you want more of this kind of writing.
Mayor Joe Riley (web photo courtesy of charleston-sc.gov)