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Jarvis DeBerry

Misconceptions distort view of Katrina

By Jarvis DeBerry
August 27, 2006

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FOR THE FIRST few weeks after the storm, there seemed to be only one conclusion to draw: New Orleans, situated near the Gulf Coast in a hollow of land between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain, had represented man's peculiar desire to corral the forces of nature. Hurricane Katrina was nature's answer that she will not be tamed. (Full article: 807 words)

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