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Has the Coronavirus Revealed a Political System Not Worth Preserving?

Richard Kreitner contends that the generally robust response by states and localities to the coronavirus pandemic is due to luck, not design. He suggests that a political system “that can be brought to its knees by a virus emanating from an obscure city in the Chinese hinterland—and with two months’ notice to prepare—is perhaps not a system worth preserving.” Read more here.