By Marvin Olasky
Why used to be the govt now not able to responding to human want within the aftermath of storm Katrina? How will the "Katrina failure" impression the subsequent presidential election? And simply what should still we expect--and no longer expect--from the govt in occasions of crisis?
"Big govt did not work," says veteran journalist and political analyst Marvin Olasky. "And it really is transparent new paradigm for responding to nationwide concern has emerged. inner most and faith-based corporations have stepped in and politics seriously isn't the same."
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