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Containing Covid—American Style

September 2, 2020 • Dr. William Haseltine
In the span of last weekend alone, more than 80,000 new cases of Covid-19 were reported across the United States. Worse, the disease claims the lives of about 1,000 Americans daily. Meanwhile in China, the country where it all began, the number of case …

The Catastrophe That Could Have Been Avoided: Examining China’s Response to the Covid-19 Outbreak (September 2019-January 2020)

August 25, 2020 • Dr. Jianli Yang et al.
Reprinted with permission from Citizen Press. In 2020, an outbreak occurred in the city of Wuhan in China’s central province of Hubei. This outbreak evolved into a worldwide epidemic that has severely impacted people’s health, their way of life, the gl …

Congressional Candidates and Voters Sue to Stop Trump’s Sabotage of USPS

August 19, 2020 • Marjorie Cohn
Truthout A lawsuit that promises to be one of many was filed on Monday in U.S. District Court in New York to stop Donald Trump’s sabotage of the mail …

The Solution To Racial Injustice Must Include Gun Violence Prevention

August 19, 2020 • Jonathan Perloe
We are in the midst of a historic opportunity to begin the process of eradicating the systemic, institutionalized racism and injustice that has afflicted black people, and other marginalized communities, from well before the founding fathers declared t …

Back to School: A Tipping Point in US Politics

August 12, 2020 • Dr. William Haseltine
The debate over opening America’s schools may be the tipping point at which the unending politicization of the Covid-19 pandemic will finally end. Every night, at dinner tables around the country, parents are discussing the one topic that unifies our c …

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