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Last month, Ken Brownlee discussed the various geological factors associated with North American earthquakes, and specifically, the San Francisco quake of 1906. In this second, and final, installment he examines the similarities and differences between that quake and Hurricane Katrina. There were the reactions of the victims, the government, the humanitarians, and the insurers. Have times changed very much over the last 100 years? And if so, for the better, or for worse?

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