segunda-feira, 5 de setembro de 2005

A Can't-Do Government (N.Y.Times) / American Caesar (Los Angeles Times) / Blaming The Locals (Andrew Sullivan) / Bush Not Taking Brunt of Katrina Criticism (ABC News) / Do You Know What It Means to Lose New Orleans? (N.Y.Times) / Falluja Floods the Superdome (N.Y.Times) / Homeland Security won't let Red Cross deliver food (Post-Gazette) / How the Free Market Killed New Orleans (Znet) / Hurricane Risk to New Orleans (September 2002) (American RadioWorks) / In The Ruins (New Yorker) / Katrina exposes racial divisions (Financial Times) / Katrina Exposes the "Third World" at Home (Inter Press Service News Agency) / My Flood of Tears Shame for my city, shame for my country (Village Voice) / Parishes Against Coastal Erosion (PACE) Response to the Bush Administration's June 14, 2005 Policy Statement on the Proposed Energy Act of 2005 / The Big One A major hurricane could decimate the region, but flooding from even a moderate storm could kill thousands. It's just a matter of time (The Times-Picayune) / The Bursting Point (N.Y.Times) / The culture war over Katrina (Salon) / The Sunken City (From "The Control of Nature: Atchafalaya", which ran in the issue of February 23, 1987) (New Yorker) / When the levees broke, the waters rose and Bush's credibility sank with New Orleans (Times)

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