Magufuli's Death, COVID Denial, and the Need for Pluralism in Democratic Societies

John Magufuli was elected as the president of Tanzania based on his ability to get things done. Unfortunately, on the matter of COVID, that translated into unscientific denialism.

Magufuli's Death, COVID Denial, and the Need for Pluralism in Democratic Societies
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