Newsweek Magazine Explores Race, Poverty And Katrina

In the September 19 issue of Newsweek (on newsstands Monday, Sept. 12): “Poverty, Race and Katrina. Lessons of a National Shame.” Newsweek looks at the role poverty and race played in the Katrina disaster, and lessons to learn from it. Plus, a reconstruction of the failures at every level of government and a report on the future for the thousands of children looking for their parents. Also: interviews with Ariel Sharon and Mahmoud Abbas and new sitcoms for the fall.

Newsweek is a weekly news magazine that covers the national and global news front through news, commentary and analysis. It includes national and international affairs, business, lifestyle, society, the arts, politics, the economy, personal business, the Washington scene, health, science and technology.

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