Immediately following the quake, an overwhelming percentage of the coverage sought to answer the following questions: How did you survive? Where did you go? Has the government done enough? Were you able to find your family? Direct and emotionally saturated, these questions only address the present and near future. One year later, much of the coverage centers around either the mismanagement of aid or the mounting health concerns. There’s one question we don’t hear too often though – How did things get this bad?