Most of the news coverage in the wake of Hurricane Katrina focused on the damage and flooding in New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward. But another area devasta...
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The simple, sad fact is that the biggest obstacle facing efforts to restore the Gulf Coast is that the region is still governed, not as a democracy, but as a colonial appendage of the oil industry.
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