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The COVID Vaccine “War”: Screws Loose in our Moral Framework

Expanding democratic ownership Redesigning the enterprise

The Democracy Collaborative proposes a publicly owned pharmaceutical industry, the purpose of which would be to develop lifesaving medication for all rather than maximizing shareholder profits. Decisions that put people first would make sure medications were developed to treat rare diseases and that all communities were engaged in the process of developing and distributing a something as vital as a vaccine that could stop a global pandemic. 

Read the full article at Nonprofit Quarterly

Publication date: 2020-08-14
Publisher: Nonprofit Quarterly
Publication URL: The COVID Vaccine “War”: Screws Loose in our Moral Framework

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