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The fall of Ray Nagin 

Stephanie Grace and Clancy DuBos offer two different takes on the former mayor and his indictment

Was former Mayor Ray Nagin corruptible from the get-go, or did he lose his way over time in a series of small missteps that escalated into the bribery schemes alleged in the 21-count federal indictment leveled against him? Gambit contributor Stephanie Grace and political editor Clancy DuBos offer different views — but perhaps each is correct, in its own way.

By His Own Rules
By Stephanie Grace
Tipping Points
By Clancy Dubos

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