Society did not disintegrate,,
Hi. Louisianaian here. Some areas of it did, actually. Large areas that had strong cultural traditions did, in fact, disintergrate.
economy did not implode,
Your extreme ignorance is showing quite strongly. The fact that you were actually able to type that shows how very, very little you know. You speak of things you do not know at all, kid. Grow up, and speak only when you have knowledge.
people did not even die (except those subjected to immediate impact and flooding, so there were no deathly riots due to migrants from NO area for instance).
Actually violent crime shot the hell up. There were no riots, true, but the working poor were no longer working, they were moved to cities where they had nowhere to stay, no jobs, little money (You try and keep a family of 4 alive on $2000 of FEMA money for 6 months) and humanatarian aid was stretched thin, even with the massive efforts put forth by some very good people.
So yeah, roving bands of broke and broken people became common sighs all through the SE USA and muggings, burgalry, shoplifting and the like shot up.
These were not bad people, mind you. They were desprate and afraid, and do not think for even a moment that if you were in the same situation you woulde do much different.