1918 flu pandemic upended long-standing social inequalities—at least for a time, new study finds

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Racial disparities in influenza deaths shrunk by 74% in U.S. cities during the 1918 flu pandemic due to an odd coincidence of virus and history. That’s the key finding of our recently published study in the journal Demography.

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