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Joined by disaster

A tale of two cities, their fates now intertwined

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Correspondent / September 8, 2005

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BATON ROUGE -- The two cities are separated by just 80 miles, a straight shot up Interstate 10. But Baton Rouge, Louisiana's capital, and New Orleans, the state's largest city, could not be more different, and the contrasts have never been more stark as hundreds of thousands of displaced New Orleanians fill this bursting city. (Full article: 1062 words)

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