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"Black children arriving in emergency departments are perceived as less ill than their white counterparts, and are less likely to have lab and imaging studies done when presenting with fever, a cardinal symptom of Covid-19 infection" #NYTLetters https://t.co/3h13lbQEfp

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How did the U.S. — a country with a literal "pandemic playbook" — end up losing over 200,000 lives to the coronavirus? https://t.co/oQS64hWApH https://t.co/yS4HqiOP0f

How did the U.S. — a country with a literal "pandemic playbook" — end up losing over 200,000 lives to the coronavirus? https://t.co/oQS64hWApH https://t.co/yS4HqiOP0f

"Many people originally objected to seatbelt laws as an infringement on personal freedoms, but who doesn’t buckle up these days?" @RosenthalHealth on why it's so hard to get Americans to wear masks. https://t.co/Ni1ePQ86XS

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Mr. Trump acts for personal benefit. Re-election would eliminate the last guardrails on corruption. My and @johngansjr latest oped in the NYT. Trump Has Sold Off America’s Credibility for His Personal Gain https://t.co/Oaby10DHY8

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Previous presidents have "made decisions and deals that served their political interests," say @AVindman and @johngansjr. "But those deals typically aligned with America’s stated policies and its interests. ... too often Mr. Trump’s deals do not." https://t.co/493dZtdOru

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In 1800, the United States faced, and survived, its first constitutional crisis. "A good deal of credit goes to the Federalist Party ... They fought, they lost and then they stood down," writes @jbouie. https://t.co/C5FVuyiavs

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In Mexico, "money rises up like gas, and power flows down like water," writes @ioangrillo https://t.co/fxbrG7mwIV

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Joe Biden will have an advantage during the debate: President Trump will not have a live audience to excite him and satisfy his insatiable need for approval and attention, which means he will be even more vulnerable to a takedown, writes @raf_ideas https://t.co/P9UmyekIlJ

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Interesting Read: Meet a Secret Trump Voter https://t.co/cJrqeE4K94

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“Often forgotten is that R.B.G. herself had decided that Roe was a mistake,” writes @JoanCWilliams https://t.co/MxmpIoTUzr

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The U.S. has been preparing for a pandemic since 2005, but the Trump administration threw out the playbook. “I don't know what to call that failure except an example of extraordinary incompetence,” says @NickKristof.  https://t.co/zUUtBk4Bsz https://t.co/6vSJuM6Pn2

The U.S. has been preparing for a pandemic since 2005, but the Trump administration threw out the playbook. “I don't know what to call that failure except an example of extraordinary incompetence,” says @NickKristof. https://t.co/zUUtBk4Bsz https://t.co/6vSJuM6Pn2

If Italians could give up smoking cigarettes in restaurants, @RosenthalHealth says, "how come so many people in the United States aren’t following relatively simple mandates to prevent the spread of Covid-19, which has killed more than 200,000 Americans?" https://t.co/cdBy7W88js

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"I’ve spent two decades trying to make sense of the economics of Mexico’s drug trafficking," writes @ioangrillo. "During that time I have often heard a phrase muttered by gangsters and crime journalists: 'Who needs the angels, when you have God.'" https://t.co/E7wmzgN3JO

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How did the U.S. survive its first constitutional crisis in 1800? By knowing that sometimes, you have to accept defeat, @jbouie writes. https://t.co/jlv9YNUw4w

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A year ago, a study found the US was the best-prepared country in the world for a pandemic. So how did we bungle Covid-19 so badly? I worked with @johnnywharris on this @nytopinion video explainer. We try to use video to provide accountability: https://t.co/NW1zflh97K

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"If good political analysis were merely a matter of looking at big data, Hillary Clinton would be president today. Analysis also requires us to listen attentively to individual voters," writes Bret Stephens. https://t.co/hhL5hcwg9I

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“The instinct to scrub away the shame of past blackface is understandable — but it’s not productive," writes @craftingmystyle https://t.co/KyaRuL3hDW

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America is "hurtling toward an Election Day that may decide exactly nothing — and I don’t mean that night," writes @FrankBruni. "I mean for months. I mean forever." https://t.co/5srYuvMvff

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