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In responding to a great crisis such as a major hurricane, we're sometimes better off if those on the front lines dare to throw out the rule book. When Katrina struck, though, many responders seemed more concerned with following proper procedure than with saving those in need of rescue. Why? Don't miss Washington Post science and medicine correspondent David Brown's analysis. And please, fewer lawyers at FEMA, argues the Toledo Blade's Jack Kelly.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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