Galveston Island Ethical Issues

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Galveston Island is commonly known for its good food, tourist attractions, and its eclectic mixture of cultures, but people do not ever consider the repercussions of directly or indirectly funding an Island that is doomed for failure. We have seen it multiple times with storms such as the Storm of 1900 and Hurricane Ike. Galveston will be at the peak of DEVELOPMENT, then a catastrophic natural disaster will come and wipe away everything. Will the Island officials ever stop to ask if letting this island get flushed away by a storm and eventually rebuilt by the people is ethical? So far, there seems to be no boundary that the island will not cross, especially the ethical lines that have been blurred far beneath the sand of the island, starting

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