'Picayune' Editor on New Orleans Recovery

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From left: Ronald and Charlotte Lewis, Patrina Peters and Jed Horne i

From left: Ronald and Charlotte Lewis, relocating back to New Orleans after 11 months; Patrina Peters, a lifelong city resident; and Jed Horne. hide caption

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From left: Ronald and Charlotte Lewis, Patrina Peters and Jed Horne

From left: Ronald and Charlotte Lewis, relocating back to New Orleans after 11 months; Patrina Peters, a lifelong city resident; and Jed Horne.

Katrina: One Year Later

Jed Horne, an editor at The New Orleans Times-Picayune, talks about the city's continuing struggle to start over. Also offering their observations: Patrina Peters, a lifelong resident of the Lower Ninth Ward, who is featured in Horne's book Breach of Faith, and Charlotte Lewis, who just returned to the city after 11 months.

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Breach of Faith

Hurricane Katrina And the Drowning of New Orleans

by Jed Horne

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