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Category: Coronavirus

San Antonio Riverwalk

Texas Relaxes Restrictions as Virus Marches Across the State

by Dudley Althaus | May 1, 2020 | Coronavirus, Politics

SAN ANTONIO—Under a waning sun this week, a neighbor and I were quaffing takeout craft beers from an otherwise shuttered brew pub on the banks of the San Antonio River, contemplating the looming end of our city’s five weeks of plague-enforced hibernation. Jim Wyatt, 73, is an asthmatic retired economics teacher, union organizer, and reserve […]

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Donald Trump and Anthony Fauci

Covid-19 Presents a Unique Set of Economic Challenges to Policymakers

by Steven Pressman | Apr 30, 2020 | Coronavirus, Economy

As I write this, there have been more than 336,000 reported cases of the coronavirus in the United States, and over 9,600 have died from it. Some experts contend that, in the worst possible case scenario, the virus is capable of killing as many as three million Americans. What makes the coronavirus so deadly is […]

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