Sunday, November 29, 2020

Covid, masks, and the freedom to drive drunk

Andrew Koppelman

Does freedom mean the right to refuse to wear a mask during the Covid pandemic?  Many Americans think so.  It is Donald Trump’s most important legacy.  Here’s one implication that is too little noticed:  if that is what freedom means, then we owe drunk drivers an apology.

 I explain in a new column at The Hill, here.

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