*By Nathaniel Mathew* The year was 1883. It was to be the event of the year, maybe even of the century. The Vanderbilt’s had just moved into their Fifth Avenue French Chateau style home and decided to throw a party to get to know the elite of New York. Ornately dressed man servants personally delivered invitations to the who’s who of New York’s High Society for the fancy-dress ball. One lady came dressed in a devil’s costume, another with a...
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*By Nathaniel Mathew* With 235,000 deaths and 9.6 million cases of infection in early fall of 2020, the US stood disempowered before the rising rates of Covid-19 infection across the nation. Several factors contributed to the rise in infections across the U.S. such as ill-preparedness to combat the infection, slow defense strategies, insufficient education among the public, strained medical resources, and stormy politics of the nation’s leaders. While the immediate causes may seem many, the underlying pattern that connects it...
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