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Frances Townsend Pushed for ‘Lessons Learned’ After Katrina. We’re Still Learning Them

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Frances Townsend, former homeland security adviser and deputy national security adviser to President George W. Bush, was asked at the behest of the White House to author a report on the shortcomings of the federal and state response to the disaster. The communique was deemed necessary after the protocols for emerging from a calamity such as this were woefully inadequate and contributed to the unnecessary deaths of hundreds.
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