Lockdown: The Right Side Of History by Kate Wand

To combat the virus, every state in the U.S. has implemented some form of expanded power whether it be mask mandates, the closing of “unessential” business, or enforced lockdowns. It would seem as though these are the only solutions known, at least from the federal and state-level government’s perspective. Kate Wand argues that these solutions have very powerful moral implications. By drawing from historical parallels and exploring some of the unseen consequences, Wand claims proponents of these lockdowns may find themselves on the wrong side of history.

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Chris Spangle is the publisher and editor of We Are Libertarians, a news site and podcast that covers national and Indiana politics from the libertarian perspective. Spangle previously worked in marketing for the Englehart Group on behalf of the Advocates for Self-Government. He also served as the Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Indiana and producer of the Abdul in the Morning Show. He now works as the web director of a nationally syndicated morning show.

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