It’s been one year since the devastating earthquake in the Sichuan province of China. Atlantic Magazine’s James Fallows talks about the physical and political reconstruction that followed the quake, plus the effects of the global economic crisis and China's first case of swine flu. Also, civic leaders convene to manage New York’s economic recovery; and health care industry leaders convene to cut costs.
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