"Expectations are running high over today’s hearing, but it would be a mistake to expect too much. This is not the first day of hearings. High level antitrust executives from each of the companies have already testified as have competitors, consumer representatives, and economists. All the relevant allegations have been raised and responded to. So today is, to some extent, for show."
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“It’s an enigma,” says Avery August, an immunologist at the College of Veterinary Medicine and vice provost for academic affairs. “You have this raging immune response, but the virus continues to replicate.”
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Kate Manne, associate professor of philosophy says, “misogyny can really distort someone's worldview so that they're a danger to pretty much anyone."
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