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ADM-624 Module 2 Case 3.1 – The Katrina Breakdown

Public Governance - Intergovernmental Relations, Government Responsibility, and Ethics

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Read Case Study 3.1 and "Government Saw Flood Risk but Not Levee Failure."

Answer Questions 1 and 3 at the end of Case Study 3.1.

Each question should be answered in an essay format of approximately 250-500 words. Ensure your paper answers the questions and uses concepts studied in the module and from both readings. Support your answers with personal experiences, current events, and references to the readings.

Questions:

1. Which of the three perspectives do you find most persuasive? Least persuasive? Support your answer.

2. Setting aside the philosophical and legal issues this case raises, what are the management or efficiency arguments for and against a more centralized response to large national disasters like Hurricane Katrina? Why would we not want to have a federal fire department? If the federal government tells the states and cities they will receive no assistance in the event of a disaster, what do you think will happen?

A+ Tutorials ADM-624 Module 2 Case 3.1 – The Katrina Breakdown Public Governance - Intergovernmental Relations, Government Responsibility, and Ethics GCU Read Case Study 3.1 and "Government Saw Flood Risk but Not Levee Failure." Answer
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