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A Government Response to Disaster Warnings

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A Government Response to Disaster Warnings

A Government Response to Disaster Warnings

A Government Response to Disaster Warnings

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In conversations this week, security expert Stephen Flynn — author of The Edge of Disaster — warned that the U.S. government is unprepared for disasters from severe flooding to pandemic flu. What does the government say? George Foresman of the Department of Homeland Security addresses some of the concerns raised in a conversation with Steve Inskeep.

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