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Comment: Re:susceptible cities (Score 1) 486

by wilder_card (#30170940) Attached to: Federal Judge Says Corps of Engineers Liable For Katrina Damage
Because New Orleans would have been easily able to survive this hurricane before mankind, and the Corps in particular, destroyed all the natural barriers that were protecting it. It's easy to say "people shouldn't live there" but in the 1800s it was as safe as any other city in the Southern border states.

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