How to hurricane-proof New York: Mimic the Dutch
A $15-billion Dutch-style storm surge control system could have prevented America's biggest city from flooding, says Matthew Yglesias at Slate
A person tries to cross the street in Atlantic City, N.J., on Oct. 29 as Sandy bears down on the East Coast.
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