How the Protests Have Changed the Pandemic

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“In the final months of the First World War, after the initial wave of the influenza pandemic had waned and as the United States and its allies were mounting the Hundred Days Offensive, the city of Philadelphia planned a parade. The U.S. had only recently introduced a federal income tax and was struggling to raise revenue; local officials were under pressure to sell war bonds, known as Liberty Loans”

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