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Dissertation Questions for Scholars to Pursue in Post Plague Years

[An Interdisciplinary Approach — history, political science, economics, anthropology, psychology, sociology, criminal justice, law — possibly fine arts, particularly visual]

Is there a connection between citizens who voted for Donald John Trump in 2016 and/or 2020 and:

Rushing out to buy food and cleaning supplies to hoard when Fox News Channel first reported COVID-19 affecting the United States.

Refusal to wear masks — anywhere, any time starting with the first rush to stores to fill the larders and cleaning closets.

Ignoring “one-way” directional floor postings in grocery store lanes.

Harboring doubts over the security of the presidential vote in 2020.

Believing what happened at/and inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2020 was a riot ignited by “socialist groups” — i.e. Antifa, BLM

Believing what happened at/and inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2020 was accepted political free speech protesting a questionable election.

Convinced after Jan. 21, 2021, the outcome of the 2020 presidential election was decided by fraud through “mail-in ballots,” but not “absentee ballots.

Waiting on efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

Rush to buy gasoline after shutdown of Columbia pipeline for automobile or personal use — lawn mowers, off-road vehicles, et al., using any container available in the house, garage or shed.

Other threads could include, “crisis at the border,” “runaway inflation,” “falling stocking market,” “refusal to work,” “rolling back ‘Trump tax cuts.'”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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