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I won't take the vaccine, here's why

4 December 2021

4:00 AM

4 December 2021

4:00 AM

I won’t take a COVID vaccine. Here’s why.

In 1783 the Treaty of Paris formalised American independence from Great Britain. Having been preoccupied with a military victory, the statesmen of the new nation had spent little time pondering their post-war constitutional structure. At first, the 13 states were loosely united under the ad hoc Articles of Confederation.

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