Tag: #3Es

Three weeks ago, when I wrote a story about the “3Ps” – pandemic, prosperity, politics (or the “3Es” – epidemic, economy, election), it drew little notice even by blogger standards. Since then, concerns about the conflicts inherent in simultaneous efforts to stop an epidemic, revive an economy and elect a president (to say nothing of […]

For at least the next 200 days, we are likely to be engaged in an ongoing three-front battle. It can either be described as the “3Ps” – pandemic, prosperity, politics – or as the “3Es” – epidemic, economy, election. To be concerned about any one of them seems entirely reasonable, and the anxiety might well […]