The post-pandemic era needs a return to risk-taking creativity, not lingering fear
The editors of the Economist are always worth our attention, so they got mine recently when they wrote that the 1918 flu pandemic ushered in “a ferment of forward-looking, risk-taking social, industrial and artistic novelty,” and speculated that the current pandemic might do likewise.
Originally published: May 5, 2021
Author: Mitch Daniels
Institution: Purdue University
Published by: The Washington Post