Hurricane Katrina: Response and Responsibilities

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On August 29, 2005, the most destructive and costly natural disaster in the history of the United States struck the Gulf Coast, displacing over a million residents. Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath exposed deep problems in the social and political landscape of the United States. A clear divide was visible between those who were able to leave the city, and those who had to remain; between those who received quick and efficient aid, and those who languished; between black and white, rich and poor, old and young. In this ...

Hurricane Katrina: Response and Responsibilities 2007, New Pacific Press

ISBN-13: 9780971254626

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