Fences, Neighbors, Etc.
Positive / Visible / Legal:
Vaccinations and the application of force
It’s one thing to be pro-vaccination. It’s another to mandate vaccinations for everyone on the same schedule without any exceptions.
It’s one thing to be an anti-vaxxer. It’s something else entirely to have reservations about the particular schedule a government mandates.
How do we defend great common goods when they pose small, but real, individual risks?
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