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Thursday, July 6, 2017

The return of the plague

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BUBONIC plague brought terror to medieval Europe. Over a third of its population perished from the “Black Death” in the 14th century, hastening the end of the feudal system. As a bacterial disease, the plague these days is generally treatable with modern antibiotics. Nonetheless, it persists beyond the grim chapters of history.
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@mattbish: The same Bubonic plague that decimated large swaths of medieval Europe has been found in America’s south-west econ.st/2sqxYAD
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@TheEconomist: The same Bubonic plague that decimated large swaths of medieval Europe has been found in America’s south-west econ.st/2sqWtxV
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