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We Can Learn A Lot From How Singapore Tackled COVID-19 And Corruption

WorldNews Wednesday, 1 April 2020
We Can Learn A Lot From How Singapore Tackled COVID-19 And CorruptionArticle by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling The word corruption has a long tradition of playing an important role in most countries’ political transformations. For the United States, charges of corruption were an essential force in creating the Constitution and a part of every debate about governmental structure. It even led to the downfall of several administrations: the Jacksonian presidency and spoil system; the Grant administration and Whiskey Ring Scandal; Garfield’s assassination due to officials appointed on the basis of patronage instead of merit; Warren G. Harding’s Teapot Dome Scandal; and Richard M. Nixon’s Watergate. Great power ultimately brings great responsibility, and...
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