Breach of Faith

Breach of Faith

Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of A Great American City

eBook - 2006
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A journalist and resident of New Orleans offers an eyewitness account of Hurricane Katrina, its devastating impact on New Orleans, and its aftermath, arguing that the origins of the disaster lie in the culture and politics of a troubled city.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2006.
ISBN: 9781588365538
1588365530
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvi, 412 p.) : maps.
Contents: A Camille on Betsy's track
When Wallyworld closes at four
An imperfect storm
Real ugly, real fast
Decaf cigarettes and golden carp
Other Texans, other times
Media in the moment
At least somebody had a plan
Code gray
Like bricks on Jello-O
Help yourself
A Rockets Jersey and a picture of Jesus
Reversal of fortune
In search of common ground
If they can rebuild Beirut
Crunch time
Sue the bastards
A comparable catastrophe
Visions of a city reborn
Blue tarps in a chocolate city
Shrink-proof city
Safe enough for cows
Children with bad timing
Failure is not an option
Summing up.
Summary: A journalist and resident of New Orleans offers an eyewitness account of Hurricane Katrina, its devastating impact on New Orleans, and its aftermath, arguing that the origins of the disaster lie in the culture and politics of a troubled city.

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