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Former President Bill Clinton bows to former President George H. W. Bush after he receives a honorary degree during the Tulane University Commencement in New Orleans on Saturday May 13, 2006. Former President Clinton also received a degree.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool)
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Clinton said Hurricane Katrina and the enormous response it provoked should teach the graduates at least one thing.
"It is a positive manifestation of the most important fact of your lives — the interdependence of human beings on this planet," Clinton said. "And if you look at the negative aspects of Katrina, the lives lost, the property washed away, dreams broken, it is also evidence of our interdependence."