From Levees not War:
We urge our readers in New Orleans and beyond to help save Charity Hospital -- a landmark of the social contract built with obsessive attention to detail by Huey Long in the 1930s -- from an expensive and unnecessary plan by the LSU Medical School and the Veterans Administration that would raze it and about 250 structures in the surrounding neighborhood (all on the National Historic Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of America’s Most Endangered Places).
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