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When Cities Go Broke, They Call Him : Slideshow

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Courtesy of Richard Ravitch and SO MUCH TO DO
Richard Ravitch with a portion of the MTA train yards in the background, after being appointed Chairman
Courtesy of Richard Ravitch and SO MUCH TO DO
Richard Ravitch confers with Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Courtesy of Richard Ravitch and SO MUCH TO DO
Richard Ravitch with Mayor Lindsay and former mayor Robert Wagner at the opening of the Waterside development at the East River and 23rd street.
Courtesy of Richard Ravitch and SO MUCH TO DO
Ravitch confers with Mayor Ed Koch
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Ravitch with Mayor Abe Beame, an accountant viewed as a budget expert and fiscal watchdog, who would preside over the city's financial collapse
Courtesy of Richard Ravitch and SO MUCH TO DO.
Ravitch with Governor Hugh Carey after Chase, Citibank, and Morgan said they would no longer underwrite the notes and bonds of New York city, pushing it to the brink of bankruptcy
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Ravitch after being named Lieutenant Governor of New York in 2010, where he first became interested in the balancing of state budgets