COVID The United States and Two Emerging Economies

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COVID has slowed down the global economy. Some economies were forced to grind to a halt to control the transmission of COVID and slowly reopened. They are guided by science. (And they wear masks) Those are doing ok, given the conditions. Others, the United States, Mexico, and Brazil, are another story. We have three countries where the response has veered from denial to the bizarre. This has made…

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Historian by training. Former day to day reporter. Sometimes a geek who enjoys a good miniatures game.

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