Of, By, and Against The People?

“Their stories depict a struggle between a state government and ordinary people. Georgia’s brash reopening puts much of the state’s working class in an impossible bind: risk death at work, or risk ruining yourself financially at home. In the grips of a pandemic, the approach is a morbid experiment in just how far states can push their people. Georgians are now the largely unwilling canaries in an invisible coal mine.” The Atlantic: Georgia’s Experiment in Human Sacrifice.

+ If you missed it yesterday, I had a few thoughts, and about a hundred puns, related to the order to re-open meat plants.

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