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  After Katrina, Part One
Last summer Hurricane Katrina reminded Americans that death and destruction are not just the domain of terrorism. The images of a ...

The Future of the Constitution, Part Two
The Constitution is America’s framework for government. It has survived over two centuries with only a few amendments. But despite its ...

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After Katrina, Part Two
Aired 7/27/2006

Last summer, Hurricane Katrina flooded over 80 percent of the city of New Orleans. President George W. Bush proclaimed a call to action to make the city great again. However, since then the only progress seems to be a confusing patchwork of regulations, plans, and programs, and little action on the ground. Can government help make New Orleans whole again? If not, then who?
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  Jack Davis
    publisher of the Hartford Courant
  John Macklewayne
    senior resident fellow at the Urban Land Institute

Originally Aired: 7/27/2006

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Financial Finagling Pt. 1
  aired 9/7/2006
After Katrina, Part One
  aired 7/20/2006
The Future of the Constitution, Part Two
  aired 7/13/2006

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