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Daniel DiSalvo

Daniel DiSalvo is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute's Center for State and Local Leadership and an assistant professor of political science at The City College of New York-CUNY.  His scholarship focuses on American political parties, elections, labor unions, state government, and public policy. He is the author of Engines of Change: Party Factions in American Politics, 1868-2010 (Oxford). He also writes frequently for scholarly and popular publications, including National Affairs, The Weekly Standard, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, The Tocqueville Review, Congress & the Presidency, and The Journal of Policy History. Professor DiSalvo is a regular contributor on PublicSectorInc.org, a project of the Manhattan Institute and the co-editor of The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics. His next book, Government Against Itself: Public Union Power and Its Consequences will be published in January by Oxford University Press.


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Daniel DiSalvo discusses New York City on the verge of a 9 year teacher contract agreement on the NY1ís ďInside City Hall w/Errol LouisĒ

May 01, 2014

 


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Benefits
  • Public Sector Unions Bring Back Tammany Hall Washington Examiner, 04-26-12
  • The Implications of Wisconsin Washington Examiner, 06-07-12
  • There is NO Right to Strike Against the Public Washington Examiner, 07-05-13


  • Business and Economy
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11
  • Houston, There Is A Pension Problem Houston Chronicle, 10-02-14


  • California
  • The Nays Have It: When Public Sector Unions Win in California Civic Report, October 2012


  • Culture and Society
  • Revealing New History Of Liberalism Washington Times, 02-17-14


  • Education
  • CCNY Does Right City Journal, Summer 2013
  • The Union That Devoured Education Reform City Journal, Autumn 2014


  • Employment Law
  • The New Tammany Hall The Weekly Standard, 10-12-09


  • Ethnicity
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11


  • History
  • The Great Remigration City Journal, Summer 2012
  • Revealing New History Of Liberalism Washington Times, 02-17-14


  • Legal Issues
  • The New Tammany Hall The Weekly Standard, 10-12-09


  • National Politics
  • Why Bureaucrat Unions Are So Hard To Beat Washington Examiner, 05-31-11
  • Factions Have a Role to Play New York Times Room for Debate, 01-05-12
  • A Key National Test of Labor's Power Coming this Spring in Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 04-14-12


  • New York City
  • Solidarity? Not For Long New York Daily News, 09-30-13
  • What De Blasio's Speech Left Out New York Daily News, 01-02-14
  • New York City Canít Afford The Teachers Contract New York Post, 05-03-14
  • The Union That Devoured Education Reform City Journal, Autumn 2014
  • Daniel DiSalvo discusses New York City on the verge of a 9 year teacher contract agreement on the NY1ís ďInside City Hall w/Errol LouisĒ Video - TV, 05-01-14


  • New York State
  • A Battle Plan For Gen. Cuomo - If Elected Governor, He'll Have To Back Up Rhetoric With Action New York Daily News, 10-31-10


  • NYC Economy
  • What De Blasio's Speech Left Out New York Daily News, 01-02-14


  • NYC Politics
  • Solidarity? Not For Long New York Daily News, 09-30-13
  • What De Blasio's Speech Left Out New York Daily News, 01-02-14
  • New York City Canít Afford The Teachers Contract New York Post, 05-03-14
  • The Union That Devoured Education Reform City Journal, Autumn 2014


  • NYS Politics
  • A Battle Plan For Gen. Cuomo - If Elected Governor, He'll Have To Back Up Rhetoric With Action New York Daily News, 10-31-10


  • Other Cities
  • Houston, There Is A Pension Problem Houston Chronicle, 10-02-14


  • Political Correctness
  • CCNY Does Right City Journal, Summer 2013


  • Politics
  • The Implications of Wisconsin Washington Examiner, 06-07-12
  • The Changing Politics of Public Sector Pensions RealClearPolicy, 10-23-13
  • The Very Model of a Modern Midterm The Weekly Standard, 09-13-10
  • Revealing New History Of Liberalism Washington Times, 02-17-14
  • How Feasible Is A Social Democratic America? Boston Review, 05-08-14
  • Like Other Institutions, Public Employee Unions Need More Transparency Investor's Business Daily, 09-10-14
  • 2014ís Most Encouraging Democratic Victory National Review Online, 11-14-14


  • Public Pension Funds
  • A Key National Test of Labor's Power Coming this Spring in Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 04-14-12
  • Public Sector Unions Bring Back Tammany Hall Washington Examiner, 04-26-12
  • The Implications of Wisconsin Washington Examiner, 06-07-12
  • Solidarity? Not For Long New York Daily News, 09-30-13
  • The Changing Politics of Public Sector Pensions RealClearPolicy, 10-23-13
  • Houston, There Is A Pension Problem Houston Chronicle, 10-02-14


  • Public Sector Unions
  • Three Possible Responses To The States' Fiscal Problems Washington Examiner, 05-12-11
  • The Trouble with Public Sector Unions National Affairs, 00-00-00
  • Dues and Deep Pockets: Public-Sector Unions' Money Machine Civic Report, March 2012
  • The Nays Have It: When Public Sector Unions Win in California Civic Report, October 2012
  • 2014ís Most Encouraging Democratic Victory National Review Online, 11-14-14


  • Race
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11
  • The Great Remigration City Journal, Summer 2012


  • Race and Ethnicity
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11


  • Race Relations
  • The Great Remigration City Journal, Summer 2012


  • Taxes and Budget
  • Solidarity? Not For Long New York Daily News, 09-30-13


  • Teachers Unions
  • New York City Canít Afford The Teachers Contract New York Post, 05-03-14


  • Unions
  • Three Possible Responses To The States' Fiscal Problems Washington Examiner, 05-12-11
  • Why Bureaucrat Unions Are So Hard To Beat Washington Examiner, 05-31-11
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11
  • Storm Clouds Ahead: Why Conflict with Public Unions Will Continue Issue Brief, November 2011
  • A Key National Test of Labor's Power Coming this Spring in Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 04-14-12
  • Public Sector Unions Bring Back Tammany Hall Washington Examiner, 04-26-12
  • The Implications of Wisconsin Washington Examiner, 06-07-12
  • Manhattan Institute senior fellow Daniel DiSalvo discusses with City Journal's Ben Boychuk how California's public-employee unions win elections Podcast: Interview, October 8, 2012
  • There is NO Right to Strike Against the Public Washington Examiner, 07-05-13
  • Solidarity? Not For Long New York Daily News, 09-30-13
  • The Changing Politics of Public Sector Pensions RealClearPolicy, 10-23-13
  • New York City Canít Afford The Teachers Contract New York Post, 05-03-14
  • Are Unions Democratic? The Internal Politics of Labor Unions and Their Implications Civic Report, September 2014
  • Like Other Institutions, Public Employee Unions Need More Transparency Investor's Business Daily, 09-10-14
  • The Union That Devoured Education Reform City Journal, Autumn 2014
  • 2014ís Most Encouraging Democratic Victory National Review Online, 11-14-14
  • Daniel DiSalvo and Matthew Hennessey discuss "The Union That Devoured Education Reform" Podcast: Interview, 11-07-14


  • Urban Issues
  • The New Great Migration New York Times Room for Debate, 07-26-11
  • There is NO Right to Strike Against the Public Washington Examiner, 07-05-13


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