A wealthy prince throws a huge party in his gaudy mansion during an epidemic for his asymptomatic friends while the peasants die. Then the virus shows up and tears through his fancy guests. Familiar? It’s the exact plot of Edgar Allen Poe’s 1842 classic, “Masque of the Red Death.” Laurence Tribe
I believe our fate , whether good or bad, is influenced — and sometimes determined — by our actions; each of us is rewarded or punished according to our deeds.
How many more people must die before we end this madness?