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B Y J E S S I E S TAT E S A Tale of Two Cities IN THE LATE 1990s, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY WAGED COURTROOM WAR OVER LESS THAN 30 ACRES OF LANDFILL IN NEW YORK HARBOR. At stake: possession of historic Ellis Island, an immigration station that welcomed millions of people into the U.S. until its close in the 1950s. The case ended with a U.S. Supreme Court decision that granted custody of the original island (less than five acres) to New York and some 20 or more acres of infill (added in the 19th and 20th centuries) to New Jersey. Relations between the two states have never been the same. > CONNECTIONS > 33

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of One + January 2011

One + January 2011
Energy of Many
The Future is Sharing
Strategic View
Fans, Dry Ice and a $600 Extension Cord
Top Spots
Job Resolution
The Laws of Attraction
How Bazaar
What’s Cooking in 2011
Another World at Our Feet
Middle East Central
More Than Amusement
The Future Looks Brilliant
How to Develop a Virtual Event
Tales of Adventure for the Newly Independent Planner
Idea Man
Your Community
Making a Diffrence
Until We Meet Again

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