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Guests gather at the stage in front of a picture of presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff (left), and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio  Lula da Silva during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Sept. 27. Voters seeking to preserve Lula's legacy are likely to pick his handpicked candidate, Rousseff, in Sunday's election. Mauricio Lima/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lula's Legacy Looms As Brazil's Voters Weigh Choice

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Before evacuating from Katrina, Bobbie Jennings (right) lived next door to her twin sister, Gloria Williams, in the public housing that existed on the same site as Harmony Oaks in New Orleans. While Jennings likes the actual apartment, she says she is unhappy with the new development because the new apartments do not provide the same sense of community as before. Katie Hayes/NPR hide caption

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New Orleans' Public Housing Slowly Evolving

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