The East Coast was recently ravaged by Superstorm Sandy, but an overriding theme in national newscasts and the media was the way locals worked together in the days and weeks following the storm. In Staten Island, Long Island, New York City and other areas, residents kept the peace, exhibiting good will while waiting in line three hours or more for gas. Those with electric power and the necessities of life donated their time, along with countless items of clothing, food and blankets, to shelters established across the islands.
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