Explained: Why is the AIDS epidemic so severe in America?
Published on Mar. 7, 2015 - Every year, more than 13,000 people die of AIDS in the United States. In Britain, Germany and France, it's less than 250. What explains the difference?
This video is based on an article I wrote in The New Republic last year:
And before you yell at me in the comments: Yes, differences in AIDS surveillance systems also explain some of the variance. I wrote about this here: http://www.newrepublic.com/article/11...
Thanks a lot to Forrest Gray for letting me use his beautiful song, 'Sunset', in this video:
Thanks also to Dan Deacon, for releasing the stems of his excellent music on Soundcloud:
For more information on the article and other essays and videos, see http://rottenindenmark.wordpress.com
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