Kathleen Tierney

University of Colorado at Boulder

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Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado at Boulder and director of its Natural Hazards Center

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Superstorm Sandy has  FEMA  back in the headlines, with potential consequences for the Presidential campaign.  What does FEMA really do?

Superstorm Sandy and FEMA

Superstorm Sandy has FEMA back in the headlines, with potential consequences for the Presidential campaign.  What does FEMA really do?

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After major disasters, the  Federal Emergency Management Agency  becomes a household word. It gave George W. Bush a black eye after Katrina.

Superstorm Sandy and FEMA

After major disasters, the Federal Emergency Management Agency becomes a household word. It gave George W. Bush a black eye after Katrina.

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