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After Katrina: Rebuilding Opportunity and Equity into the New New Orleans
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In the months since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, shock has given way to deep concern about what to do now, next, and down the road to bring back this unique city to social, cultural and economic health. Many of New Orleans' problems, which—to varying degrees—afflict other U.S. central cities, predated the storm. (Authors)
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2006
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