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Katrina aid falls short of promises

Antipoverty funding loses momentum

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / November 27, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Two months after President Bush promised to confront Gulf Coast poverty with ''bold action," the US government is moving on a far more narrow track to aid the hurricane-devastated region, focusing on pouring concrete rather than confronting the underlying race and poverty issues through Bush's ambitious proposals. (Full article: 1180 words)

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