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In Gladwell’s article, “Starting Over” he talks about the Hurricane Katrina that nearlydestroyed New Orleans. This tragedy of Katrina forced the residents to move away from NewOrleans. Gladwell with the help of research done by various social scientists tells the readershow the Hurricane victims faced a major move as an aftermath of the disaster. Gladwell inthis article wants to convince and inform the readers about the victims of the disaster andconvince the readers that their move was beneficial for their lives. However, I argue thatpeople living up their lives in a particular area makes them more attached to that land.Gladwell fails to tell his readers about the emotional attachments people have with their landwhere they live as in the end he says that its not important to reconstruct your traditions. Butone cannot easily forget something he is attached to or is grown up with. The title of the