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For almost half a century, Robert Moses was the single most powerful man in New York City. He shaped the city's politics as he did it physical structure. He attacked urban problems and politicians with equal delight.
Moses was an appointed official, not elected. Nevertheless he developed a political machine that brought mayors to their knees. He mobilized banks, contractors, labor unions, insurance firms, the press and even churchs to get his way.
"The history of American cities in the 20th century begins with this extraordinary book." (The New York Times)
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