Pandemic as a Historical Turning Point

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

How will the COVID-19 pandemic shape the way government, business, and life unfolds once the health emergency subsides? We ask Yascha Mounk, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University; Doug Saunders, the Globe and Mail's international affairs columnist; and Ann Fitz-Gerald, director of the Balsillie School of International Affairs.
Episode:
COVID-19 and History; Olympics Postponed; Great Lakes Ice
Aired:
Mar 27, 2020
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