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Thursday, March 9, 2006

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  • New Orleans' slow recovery
    As President Bush gets a look at reconstruction efforts in New Orleans, critics are saying the Army Corps of Engineers is taking shortcuts in its rebuilding of the city's levees.9:06 a.m.
    Christopher Hallowell: Professor of journalism at the City University of New york and author of "Holding Back the Sea: The Struggle for America's Natural Legacy on the Gulf Coast."
    Chris Kromm: Director of the Institute for Southern Studies. The institute recently released the report "The Mardi Gras Index: The State of New Orleans by Numbers Six Months After Katrina."
    Ivor van Heerden: Associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Louisiana State University and deputy director of the Louisiana Hurricane Center.
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  • Exploring the divinity of Jesus
    Historian Garry Wills argues that political evocation of Jesus by the left and the right obscures the true meaning of the Gospels.10:06 a.m.
    Garry Wills: Author of the new book, "What Jesus Meant." He's the author of other books on religion and faith, including "Papal Sin" and "Why I Am a Catholic." He's a professor of history emeritus at Northwestern University.

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