John McQuaid

Former Reporter, Times-Picayune

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Co-author of Path of Destruction: The Devastation of New Orleans and the Coming Age of Superstorms; former Pulitzer Prize-writing reporter with the Times Picayune

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For presidential candidates of both political parties, New Orleans has become a regular stop on the campaign trail.

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