Nicholas Kristof

So all this noble talk about sacrificing oneself for the sake of the economy is ridiculous. It's a false choice. It's a red herring. And the people who would die are not the talkers, but the elderly and those with preexisting conditions. Sacrificing other people is NOT noble.

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