As the Climate Worsens, Wealth Inequality Will, Too

Hurricanes are hitting our nation’s ‘have-nots‘ harder than anyone else

Washington Post
Oct 12, 2018 · 4 min read
Wilker Ford (R) and Keito Jordan (L) talk about nearby trees after remnants of Hurricane Michael sent a tree crashing into Jordan’s neighbors’ home October 11, 2018 in Columbia, South Carolina. The accident sent at least one person to the hospital. Photo: Sean Rayford/Getty Images

By David M. Lodge

Disasters often bring out the best in Americans — cooperation, kindness and dogged perseverance supersede political and provincial ideologies. One need only look back to the warm greeting between President Barack…

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