Wimp Charges Make It Harder to Stop Ebola
Yesterday's congressional hearing on Ebola demonstrated what may be the U.S.'s greatest obstacle to dealing with the outbreak. It's not money, manpower or know-how, but something both simpler and harder: deciding whether it's OK to care about the rest of the world.
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