Katrina Response and President Bush's Legacy

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Katrina: One Year Later

President Bush returns to the Gulf Coast on Monday to survey the rebuilding efforts one year after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and other coastal cities in Mississippi and Alabama.

NPR senior Washington, D.C., editor Ron Elving talks with Alex Chadwick about what the president's response to the disaster says about his governing style and how it will figure in the Bush legacy.



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