Not working was difficult both professionally and existentially. Tenet continued to pay the nurses’ legal fees, but in many ways, their position after the arrests was more difficult than Anna Pou’s. Unlike Pou, Landry and Budo did not have a university job to fall back on when they could not practice clinically. Landry had lost her home to Katrina and was the primary caregiver for her ailing mother. Budo was the major breadwinner in her family with two children in college. The nurses were middle class, with mortgages, rent, and car loans to pay. intersexuality, 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 such a visual target. grasp a virtual apple lying on the surface of a virtual table). Such learning occurred remarkably quickly, within half an hour or so. With this sense of agency and intentionality often came a

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