Studying In college, I took a class in public policy. It was one of my harder classes. I wrote a report on the HUD. We studied a famous plane crash (unrelated). I think it happened in the state of New York Sometime in the 80s. I could be wrong. It wasn't Sully's landing. That was later. The problem in the crash we studied Happened during the landing. My government professor, A lean older man with a bald head and wire rimmed glasses, Commented that most problems occur during takeoff or landing, Which has made me feel better in flight ever since. I was a nervous flier in college. Today, I am a nervous pandemic participant (unwillingly drafted). I wonder what future public policy students Will learn about the coronavirus response And how it might make them feel better--compress their fears Like studying that plane crash did mine.