The Flint water crisis: A failure of leadership

The Flint water crisis: A failure of leadership

The Flint, Michigan, water quality crises accurately fits the description of a man-made disaster, defined by Black’s Law Dictionary as “deliberate or negligent human actions directly and principally caused [by] one or more identifiable disastrous events.” There was a complete lack of leadership by Michigan government and regulatory leaders…

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