Walk along the main streets of New Orleans’ French Quarter and you will find restaurants and bars ready for business, with music spilling out of their open doors. Tables are set, ceiling fans are churning and servers stand poised for customers.

A few blocks away, in the business district, the town’s streetcars have begun again to lumber past upscale shops, the Aquarium of the Americas and Harrah’s casino.

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