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Katrina and the Lost City of New Orleans

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New Orleans is the Lost City of America. New Orleans has disappeared as surely as the lost city of Atlantis or the lost city of Pompeii, which former mayor Marc Morial and Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA.) have compared us to in their statements. That New Orleans, the New Orleans I mean to tell you about, that will never, ever, exist again--that city of love, lust, death and s ...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published October 11th 2005 by (first published 2005)
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Sep 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
This was such a bad thing to hit New Orleans this terrible hurricane. A once totally vibrant city has never come back to life 100%. I do not know all the reasons why. Some people left after they lost everything and rebuilding is some ares has never happened. They were more concerned about The french Quarter then the homes of their citizens. I hope they can regain the greatness they once had.
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