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Wounded city buoyed by troops' response

Order returning; Mass. offers space for 2,000

By Thomas Farragher and Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / September 4, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- Caravans of buses and fleets of aircraft struggled to carry storm-battered residents away from this wounded city yesterday as military might began to take hold and authorities declared that they had started to restore the peace after nearly a week of death, vast displacement, and chilling lawlessness. (Full article: 1271 words)

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