in time of plague: the history and lethal consequences of epidemic disease, covid-19 edition

Vol. 87, No. 2 (Summer 2020)
Arien Mack, Editor

From the introduction: We are once again living in a time of plague—this one even more alarming than AIDS, since AIDS, frightening as it was, seemed restricted to what many people considered "the other," the "not us." This time around we are all vulnerable, although, as we have learned, it does not as a matter of fact affect us all equally. The majority of those dying from COVID-19 are not the well-to-do who have access to proper medical care and are able to practice social distancing because they have the income to do so ...

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