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Listen: This Is What Six Mayor-Elects Said in Their Victory Speeches

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

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Who said "I intend to be the Mayor of all of the people"?  Who said "all groups are part of this city"?  Who said "I'm grateful and humbled by the mandate the people of the city have given me"?  Test your knowledge and get a glimpse of what New York felt like, beginning in 1965.

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Andrea Bernstein

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Comments [1]

Stan Chaz from Breukelen

The best laid plans of mice and men and mayors.....
Democracy is simply crowd control,
with makeup.

Nov. 05 2013 08:43 AM

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