Cavemen faced a daily struggle for survival against the elements, starvation and predators. In one seven-year stretch in the Middle Ages, a fifth of the world’s population died of the plague known as Black Death. Just last century, fascist dictators killed more than 100 million people. Yet, “the worst time to be a human,” according to MSNBC’s Joy Reid, is right now.


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