SOURCE: The Atlantic
Historians consider whether the disruptions and cancellations of 2020 are a singular conjuncture of bad news or if the year has just highlighted normal patterns of life – deferral of dreams, economic privation, and uncertainty – that the less-privileged have always lived with.
SOURCE: 3AW (Australia)
Arizona State historian Catherine O'Donnell tells an Australian interviewer that 2020 may be bad, but humanity has seen worse years. Listen for a little perspective?
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