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Fighting the First Wave: Why the Coronavirus Was Tackled So Differently Across the Globe (Engelska) Inbunden – 31 Mars 2021


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  • Utgivare : Cambridge University Press (31 Mars 2021)
  • Språk : Engelska
  • Inbunden : 392 sidor
  • ISBN-10 : 1316518337
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1316518335

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'(Baldwin's) breadth is impressive, and his prose often elegant.' Henry Mance, Financial Times

'The best book written about the pandemic, so far.' Crawford Killan, The Tyee

'The really disquieting possibility raised by Baldwin's history is that the central problem faced by many Western countries this past year was not political division, or libertarianism, or even Trump - it was democracy.' Benjamin Wallace-Wells, The New Yorker

'Brisk and informative, this first draft history of the pandemic is a valuable resource for policymakers and lay readers looking to go beyond the headlines.' Publishers Weekly

'In this compelling guide to the coronavirus pandemic, Peter Baldwin shows that the varied state responses to COVID-19 cannot be explained by science or politics alone but depend on range of historical, social and cultural factors. Likely to be read long after the first wave is over.' Mark Honigsbaum, author of The Pandemic Century: A History of Global Contagion from the Spanish Flu to Covid-19

'In this masterful book, Peter Baldwin unravels the most puzzling aspect of the global response to COVID-19. His beautifully written and meticulously researched analysis spans history, science, politics, and law. From autocracies to democracies, Baldwin offers key lessons not just for COVID-19, but for future pandemics that most assuredly will come.' Lawrence O. Gostin, author of Foundations of Global Health and Human Rights

'In Fighting the First Wave, one of the leading comparative historians of our era contemplates the worst global pandemic of the past century. This book will be an essential tool for understanding our present dilemmas, particularly those stemming from what Baldwin terms 'the social contract's fine print, ' that is, the need to balance individual rights against the public good.' Nancy Tomes, author of The Gospel of Germs: Men, Women and the Microbe in American Life

'Peter Baldwin, a very distinguished historian of epidemics and of the modern state, provides a rich, thoughtful, and accessible account of the various attempts to come to grips with COVID-19 around the world. This book will be at the center of the discussion for years to come.' Timothy Snyder, author of Our Malady: Lessons in Liberty from a Hospital Diary

'Peter Baldwin's examination of the 'first wave' of COVID-19 is a timely contribution and especially valuable because of its global reach. The central question of the book is fascinating and thought-provoking: why, despite a shared scientific understanding of the etiology of COVID-19, were the responses of governments across the globe so divergent?' Frank Snowden, author of Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present

'Why have countries taken such different approaches to fighting COVID? How have assumptions about behaviour, or political cultures, shaped responses? Peter Baldwin draws on the history of public health to produce a wide ranging analysis which helps us understand such surprising national divergences and outcomes.' Virginia Berridge, author of Public Health. A Very Short Introduction

Om författaren

Peter Baldwin is Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles and Global Distinguished Professor at New York University. His previous publications include Disease and Democracy: The Industrialized World Faces AIDS (2005), Contagion and the State in Europe, 1830-1930 (1999), and The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle (2014). His latest book, Command and Persuade: Crime, Law, and the State across History is forthcoming in the fall of 2021.

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