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Fortune 1 Nick Fortune Mr. Yazan English 102.35 March 22, 2006 Should New Orleans be rebuilt? After Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf Coast of the United States was devastated with total destruction of towns and cities in Mississippi and Louisiana. Now seven months later, the question is still being asked if New Orleans should be rebuilt or not. With many supporters on both sides of the subject, it is going to be a decision which will have great impact on the future economy and also the lives of those who inhabit the gulf coast once again. Whatever decision is made, it will be one that could be questioned, “what if?” Even five months after Hurricane Katrina, 80 percent of the city still remained in ruins (Katel). Two-thirds of the original population is gone and there is about $35 billion in damages. Also there are questions of whether many residents will return to New Orleans or not. City leaders are going to be deciding which of the almost 75 neighborhoods in the city will be rebuilt and which will be used as flood plains to soak up
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