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America's Leaderless Pandemic

Apr 6, 2020

The pandemic is making us reflect on what we value as people and a country. We don't yet know how much COVID-19 will change life as we knew it before the pandemic. We do know that it must change. We're learning to respect each other's space. The internet is becoming a kinder place. And we shouldn't accept political leaders who can't lead.

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  • Gia Kourlas - Dance critic for The New York Times
  • Tanya Basu - Senior reporter for MIT Technology Review covering the intersection of technology and humans

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Colin McEnroe, Cat Pastor, Gene Amatruda, Joe Coss, and Catie Talarski contributed to this show.