Associated Press

Citizens Of Other Countries Trust Their Governments. Why Don’t We?

In New York and Florida, contact tracers are unable to track down guests who attended super-spreader events. In New Mexico, officials are pursuing court-ordered quarantines. Why won’t Americans comply with government rules? Wired magazine contributor Gideon Lewis-Kraus joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how other nations have more successfully contained the coronavirus thanks to a shared trust with citizens – and about what it will take for the U.S. to rebuild a similar level of trust. His article is headlined “How to Make Government Trustworthy Again.”