'We Fight to Save New Orleans' Chris Rose, a columnist at The Times-Picayune, says life is difficult in post-Katrina New Orleans. But those who are rebuilding the city now know that the most important four-letter word is not "love," but "home."
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'We Fight to Save New Orleans'

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'We Fight to Save New Orleans'

'We Fight to Save New Orleans'

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Life is difficult in post-Katrina New Orleans. But those who are rebuilding the city now know that the most important four-letter word is not "love," but "home."

Chris Rose is a columinst for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.