Second Chance at a First Impression

Friday, December 09, 2005


In the days following Hurricane Katrina, we heard stories of chaos and violence in the streets of New Orleans. Only later did it become clear how much of that initial reporting was exaggerated and flat-out false. Bob talks to New Orleans Times-Picayune reporter Brian Thevenot about whether the myths created in the initial coverage can ever be fully dispelled.

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