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The ‘New Normal’ That Wasn’t


Guest essay by Dan Sutter Tornadoes killed 553 Americans in 2011, the deadliest year since 1925.  May 22nd marked the 10th anniversary of the Joplin, Missouri tornado that killed 161,…

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