Hurricane Relief

Acomb, Deborah L.
September 2005
National Journal;9/24/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 39, p2964
Presents the results of a survey on the views of U.S. citizens on the response of President George W. Bush to the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast region, conducted by "Time" in 2005. Percentage of respondents who were not satisfied with Bush's explanation on the delayed government aid; Criticisms on the failure of federal agencies to evacuate the affected civilians; Factors that the government need to consider in rebuilding the infrastructure of affected states.


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