Rudy Giuliani: Former Mayor of New York City Dhirubhai Patel Author
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Rudolph William Louis Giuliani is an American attorney and politician who served as the 107th Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001. He served as United States Associate Attorney General from 1981 to 1983 and United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1983 to 1989.Rudy GiulianiChapter 1: Story of Rudy Giuliani 1.1 Legal career1.2 Mafia Commission trial1.3 Boesky, Milken trialsChapter 2: Mayoral campaignsChapter 3: Mayoralty of Rudy Giuliani3.1 Urban reconstruction3.2 Budget management3.3 Health care3.4 Immigration and illegal immigration3.5 Media management3.6 Radio show3.7 Drag appearances3.8 Actions related to foreign policy3.9 Brooklyn Museum art battle3.10 Gay rights3.11 Ferret ban3.12 Sports teamsChapter 4: Criticisms and controversies4.1 Race relations4.2 Public schools4.3 Opposition to federal immigration law4.4 Role of press staff professionals4.5 Fox News conflict of interest4.6 Civil liberties4.7 Virginia trash controversyChapter 5: Post-mayoraltyChapter 6: Rudy Giuliani 2008 presidential campaign6.1 Campaign developments 20076.2 Summer 2007: The campaign heats up6.3 September 2007: Frontrunner status6.4 Fall 2007: Under attack6.5 Caucuses and primaries 20086.5 WithdrawalChapter 7: After 2008 election7.1 Relationship with Donald Trump7.2 Giuliani Partners7.3 Bracewell & GiulianiChapter 8: Personal lifeChapter 9: Awards and honorsChapter 10: Political positions of Rudy GiulianiChapter 11: Foreign policyChapter 12: Public image of Rudy Giuliani


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