During the time when so few hurricanes hit North America, we as a society framed decisions about land use, construction standards and other aspects of our lives around the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, ... Built into those plans was the unstated assumption that hurricanes would continue to stay away from our shores as they had for the last third of a century.

Hugh Willoughby
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