Stanley Kurtz's depiction of Dubuque in an article last week in the National Review isn't flattering.

"Dubuque is ... a small and economically struggling city. ... Like other nearby Mississippi river towns with aging populations, Dubuque is hard-pressed to provide good jobs and decent housing for the low-income people already there," Kurtz writes.

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