Hell and High Water

Leand, Judy
October 2005
SGB;Oct2005, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p4
Trade Publication
Comments on the impact of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina on the economic condition of New Orleans, Louisiana. Description of the city before it was struck by Katrina; Personal experiences in the city.


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