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"Spanish flu far outstripped Covid-19’s deadliness but produced nowhere near the moral panic of our time" By Janice Fiamengo Originally published in the Spring-Summer 2021 issue of The Dorchester Review, Vol. 11, No 1, pp. 12-16. [PHOTO: Irish victims of the Spanish Flu 1918] Last night, too, I heard a horrible thing. Miss Ferguson, the nurse I had when Chester was born, was married soon after to a Mr. Jenkins of Montreal. Last winter, she died of flu, leaving three little children. This has haunted me all day. What fun she and Frede had here together...