The Golden Ticket

Cohn, Jonathan
August 2006
New Republic;8/14/2006 - 8/21/2006, Vol. 235 Issue 7/8, p13
This article focuses on the experiences of a family of New Orleans refugees from Hurricane Katrina who relocated to the Midwest at the invitation of a Catholic church group based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Both the church group and the family agree the project was a failure, however, the family of Randall Anderson are settled in Kalamazoo's south side and doing well.


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