The Forgotten 50,000


credit: Ron Beitler

The Forgotten 50,000, a New York Times editorial, identifies the number of homeless people living in New York City.

The editorial also pins down Mayor Bloomberg’s failures in implementing his initiatives on behalf of the homeless and pints out what the challenge is for the next administration and city council.

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