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Todd Sandler

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Todd Sandler, Professor of Economics and Political Economy, University of Texas at Dallas, received the National Academy of Sciences Award for Behavioral Research Relevant to the Prevention of Nuclear War.

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    The Ethics of Prioritizing COVID-19 Vaccination

    Peter Singer

    In the United States and some other countries, members of disadvantaged racial and ethnic minorities have a lower-than-average life expectancy, and therefore are under-represented among those most likely to die from COVID-19. How should policymakers weigh this and other factors specific to population sub-groups? 

    argues that the overriding principle guiding who gets inoculated first must be to save the most lives.
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    The Cure for Demagogic Populism

    Michael Lind

    Demagogues such as US President Donald Trump emerge when conventional politicians and party establishments ignore large groups of a country’s population. The best way to counter them is to incorporate alienated constituencies into mainstream politics and address their legitimate grievances.

    argues that a disease of representative democracy can be treated only by making democracy more representative.
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