The coronavirus pandemic may be the most serious global health crisis in history. Governments around the world are scrambling to support ailing citizens, struggling economies, and shrinking medical supplies. While the United States is normally in a position of power, at times, we have struggled to find our footing during this crisis, unable to produce key materials to combat the coronavirus, including ventilators and urgently needed personal protective equipment. But at least elected officials...
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