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Unions hurt Detroit but crime killed it

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I’ve been told that some readers of my Washington Examiner column on city bankruptcies have interpreted it as a vindication of Detroit’s public employee unions and the contracts they got the city government to agree to. I didn’t intend to make that point and I don’t think I did. What I did point out is that the average pension of retired Detroit workers is relatively low, $19,000, far lower...

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