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What Principles Should Guide Our Lock-Down Strategies for COVID-19

Thoughtfully exploring perspectives with leading experts in the protection of civil liberties, economic prosperity, and public health in a time of COVID-19.
Sponsored by the UNC Program for Public Discourse and the UNC Center for Bioethics, this event will model the capacity for civil engagement, balanced discussion, and exploration of contentious topics that the College of Arts & Sciences aims to develop in its students. There will be an opportunity to submit questions.

Host:
Terry Rhodes | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Moderator:
Myron S. Cohen | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Featured Panelists:
George Annas | Boston University
Kevin M. Murphy | The University of Chicago
Audrey Pettifor | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recorded Jul 28 2020 91 mins
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    UNC Program for Public Discourse & UNC Center for Bioethics
    Thoughtfully exploring perspectives with leading experts in the protection of civil liberties, economic prosperity, and public health in a time of COVID-19.
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    Terry Rhodes | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Moderator:
    Myron S. Cohen | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Featured Panelists:
    George Annas | Boston University
    Kevin M. Murphy | The University of Chicago
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