At the beginning of May, life was good for Andrew H. Speaker. The young Atlanta personal injury lawyer was about to start his own practice and was looking forward to his wedding in Greece later that month, followed by a three-week European honeymoon.

A month later, Speaker had become the world’s most infamous tuberculosis patient, held under armed guard at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta under the first federal isolation order to be issued in 44 years.

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