Hurricane Katrina and the Iraq War
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In this article, the writer notes that Iraq and New Orleans may seem worlds apart to many, geographically, culturally, and ideologically. Nonetheless, both of these locations have recently been affected by the Bush presidential administration: one location being militarily invaded, while the other seemed to be left to fend for itself in the wake of a disaster.
From the Paper:"Ironically, the latter, New Orleans is actually located within the United States and national response to its needs should have been immediate. However, the National Guard was busy in far-away Iraq; dealing with a conflict that many believe should never have taken our troops to the region."
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