In the Wake of the Storm : Environment , Disaster , and Race After Katrina Executive Summary

  title={In the Wake of the Storm : Environment , Disaster , and Race After Katrina Executive Summary},
  author={Alan S. Blinder and John A. Ferejohn and Alan B. Krueger and Kenneth D. Brody and Larry V Hedges and Cora Bagley Marrett and Christine K. Cassel and J. Hochschild and Eric Wanner and Robert Denham and Kathleen},
The Russell Sage Foundation, one of the oldest of America's general purpose foundations, was established in 1907 by Mrs. Margaret Olivia Sage for " the improvement of social and living conditions in the United States. " The Foundation seeks to fulfill this mandate by fostering the development and dissemination of knowledge about the country's political , social, and economic problems. While the Foundation endeavors to assure the accuracy and objectivity of each book it publishes, the… CONTINUE READING


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