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Jeffrey Kucik is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Policy and the James E. Rogers College of Law (by courtesy) at the University of Arizona. He authors the economic politics blog TradeMonitorOnline.
The deep, growing divisions in U.S. society have an outsize effect in determining who suffers from this pandemic—as well as how the government responds.
Rajan Menon, Jeffrey Kucik
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