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The Pandemic of Xenophobia

Even as public-health experts race to contain the novel coronavirus outbreak, a potentially more fearsome and shadowy pandemic grows—this one aimed at uninfected people unjustly fingered as potential carriers.

Calls for bans on the movement of peoples of Asian descent—which would subject millions

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