Janet Currie:They Beat Covid, But Debilitating Effects and Economic Costs May Linger for Years (Bloomberg) 
Ben Bramble: Challenge trials for a coronavirus vaccine are unethical – except for in one unlikely scenario (The Conversation)
Eddie Glaude:The bully pulpit: Trump pushes Washington, but virus resists (Associated Press) 
Anu Ramaswami: Home Gardening Promotes Mental Health during COVID-19 (Food Tank)
Corrine McConnaughy:It’s Women’s Equality Day. Here’s how woman suffrage activists cleared the hurdles. (The Washington Post) 
Frank von Hippel (Andrew Appel mentioned):Demonstrators Urge: “Save the Post Office,” “Protect the Vote” (Town Topics) 
Julian Zelizer:

Paul Frymer:Simmering Disputes Over Statehood Are About Politics And Race. They Always Have Been (NPR) 
Douglas Massey:Could an undercounted 2020 Census afflict a range of federal statistics? (PolitiFact)
Alan Blinder:Fed Seen Holding Rates at Zero for Five Years in New Policy (Bloomberg)
Michael Robbins:Sudan’s government seems to be shifting away from Islamic law. Not everyone supports these moves. (The Washington Post) 
Susanne Schwarz, PhD candidate: How rape culture shapes whether a survivor is believed (The Harvard Gazette)