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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown in the fourth in a series of conversations on the issues at stake for America's cities in Campaign 08.
" The federal government talks a good game about homeland security. And yet cities, like Los Angeles, are constantly struggling to get the resources we need to provide that security. "
The most devastated neighborhood in America makes an ideal backdrop for a morally ambiguous play about abandonment.
The more sophisticated security technology becomes in our nation's cities, the more reason privacy activists have to be alarmed.
The city has backed away from its longstanding commitment to avoid procuring city workers' garments from offshore sweatshops.
A longtime activist, running in a special City Council election, is just what New Orleans needs.
If the American people continue to avert their eyes from the slow death of an abandoned city, their communities may soon be the next to fail.
A batch of new books on Hurricane Katrina investigate who is to blame for the tragedy.
In response to a crime wave, police are imprisoning a record number of nonviolent offenders.
Two years ago, Katrina shed light on a harsh truth--we are all victims of a failed government.
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