U.S. Should Lead Effort Against Ebola, AEI Research Associate Says

AEIdeas: America should take the lead in fighting Ebola
Max Frost, research associate at AEI, discusses Ebola response efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and argues that the U.S. should take a leading role in containing the outbreak, writing, “Bearing in mind humanitarian obligations and economic costs, the United States should lead the effort against Ebola. It must do so immediately to prevent this outbreak from becoming a catastrophe” (6/27).

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