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A case study of the role of the Robert T. Stafford act in the federal,state, and local government response to hurricane Katrina and hurricane Andrew

  title={A case study of the role of the Robert T. Stafford act in the federal,state, and local government response to hurricane Katrina and hurricane Andrew},
  author={Price and Clara M. Ambrus},
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE PRICE JR., AMBRUS C. B.A. UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA LAS VEGAS, 1994 M.P.A. CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, 2000 A CASE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF THE ROBERT T. STAFFORD ACT iN THE FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO HURRICANE KATRINA AND HURRICANE ANDREW Advisor: Dr. Fragano S. J. Ledgister Dissertation dated May 2012 This dissertation conducts a descriptive case study analysis of the Robert T. Stafford Act and the role of the Federal, State, and Local government in… 

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