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National Media Fiddle As Louisiana Drowns
In this age of social media, the harsh reality of the Louisiana Flood of 2016 has been all but inescapable online. But it’s not just water that’s rising. So is the frustration level of many observers who can’t help but notice a key absence amid the tragedy: the national media, which by and large has rendered the flood a secondary story at best.