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Ed Koch in Conversation with Budd Mishkin at the 92nd Street Y | [Ed Koch]

Ed Koch in Conversation with Budd Mishkin at the 92nd Street Y

Bold, outspoken and passionate, Ed Koch has been a leader in American politics for more than 40 years. He and NY1 correspondent Budd Mishkin discuss his recent book The Koch Papers: My Fight Against Anti-Semitism, which addresses his leadership in the face of anti-Semitism and his battles with those who engage in unfair attacks on the state of Israel. Koch also discusses politics today, the upcoming election and the future of New York. Koch was mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989.
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When Ed Koch died, in February 2013, New York City lost what some have called its greatest mayor since Fiorello La Guardia. Koch was a three-term mayor, a Democrat who oversaw tax cuts, expansion in housing for the poor, and handled the controversial AIDS crisis in the 1980s. After his life in public office, he became a vigorous - even hawkish - supporter of the state of Israel.

In this audiobook recording of a conversation with correspondent Budd Mishkin, which took place in 2008, Koch discusses The Koch Papers: My Fight Against Anti-Semitism, a collection of articles on that subject that seeks a clear-eyed understanding of anti-semitism in our time, particularly in New York City. Koch’s observations are trenchant, and his humor intact.

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Bold, outspoken and passionate, Ed Koch has been a leader in American politics for more than 40 years. He and NY1 correspondent Budd Mishkin discuss his recent book The Koch Papers: My Fight Against Anti-Semitism, which addresses his leadership in the face of anti-Semitism and his battles with those who engage in unfair attacks on the state of Israel.

Koch also discusses politics today, the upcoming election and the future of New York. Koch was mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989.

©2008 92nd Street Y; (P)2008 92nd Street Y

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