Hurricane Sandy brought words of advice, prayers for the dead, and utter shock at the consequences. There was also another emotion in full swing: anger. That anger wasn’t simply about climate change or our less than resilient infrastructure, both worthy policy issues for the days ahead. It was an anger about the meaning of citizenship.
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