The costs of complicity on COVID-19
Welcome back to The Long Version, a newsletter that puts the news in perspective by Jonathan Myerson Katz.
March 3 feels like a lifetime ago. (For some of us, it was.) Italy was days away from its first regional lockdown. Trump was still praising China’s “tremendous progress” in fighting the coronavirus. In the U.S., the official totals stood at 115 peop…
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