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EDITORIAL WEEK IN REVIEW.

A roundup of some of our more important editorials this past week

Hahn gets a D

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, Mayor James Hahn had the chance to show real leadership in a newly united Los Angeles. But instead, he got to his real business of paying off political debts. For that, he gets a D on his third monthly report card.

Council report card

When the ``new'' City Council took power three months ago, it promised energy and fresh ideas. But the more things changed, the more things stayed the same, earning the council a D for the quarter.

Another war

Now that America has launched a war against global terrorism, when will L.A. get serious about its domestic terrorists - street gangs?

Who's to blame

In the early days of the state's energy crisis, Gov. Gray Davis blamed just about everyone he could. Now that his gamesmanship threatens to bankrupt the state, he has no one to blame but himself.
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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
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Date:Oct 7, 2001
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