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Katrina Levee-Failure Report

Sunday, May 21, 2006
For both my readers I thought I'd link to a report on NPR that I heard about the failure of the 17th Street Levees in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. The report, by David Kestenbaum, can be found here. I personally found the report to be fascinating; it both blames and exonerates the Army Corps of Engineers at the same time. For anyone interested, please, PLEASE listen to the report and see how good journalism is really done.


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