Bloomberg essay by associate professor of history Stephen Mihm: “Although the likelihood of a large-scale outbreak of Ebola is almost immeasurably tiny, Americans have begun to ask, ‘Who, really, is in charge of snuffing out a potential epidemic?’” Stephen Mihm, a contributor to Bloomberg View, discusses the role of government and public health in this on-line essay.
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