In March 1968, US Senator Robert F. Kennedy, running for president, delivered a campaign address that is no less relevant today.
- Akash Goel
- Project Syndicate
NEW YORK – As a hospital physician in New York City, I see the clinical impact of COVID-19 daily: failed lungs, inflamed hearts, and blocked blood vessels.
But, in the United States, the coronavirus is also a symptom of a more pervasive and enduring malady: a culture and political economy that are deeply broken and dangerously unequal, and a country that has not come to terms with its…