Do we really need FEMA?

Statists are using Hurricane Sandy as proof that we need big (yea, even bigger) government to cope with natural disasters, but in this piece, Sheldon Richman argues that disaster responses are better left to voluntary efforts. Among other reasons, politicians tend to be mainly concerned about theatrics than actually doing any good.

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