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Hurricane Isaac struck Louisiana and Mississippi in August of 2012.  Hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey several weeks later.  The Red Cross claimed its relief efforts had been…

Does America Need a New Model for Disaster Relief?

Hurricane Isaac struck Louisiana and Mississippi in August of 2012.  Hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey several weeks later.  The Red Cross claimed its relief efforts had been…

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