A significant proportion of Americans believe it is perfectly all right to put other people at risk of the costs and misery of preventable infectious diseases. These people are your friends, neighbors, and fellow citizens who refuse to have themselves or their children vaccinated against contagious diseases. Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey explains why there is no principled libertarian case for vaccine refusal.
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