Isaacs grew up in Britain, first Liverpool, then London, during a period of economic turmoil and conservative revival.
“We believe that these numbers represent just 25 to 50 percent of what is happening,” said Isaacs.
Isaacs estimated that on one day, July 24, staff spent about 48 hours in direct care of the 16 patients with Ebola.
Isaacs shows how positive and negative ideas about the country have ebbed and flowed for generations.
Isaacs plays the snake-charmer of a neighbor Roman Castavet in the miniseries.
"I never change my mind, Bam Lai," said Isaacs, smiling as he quoted his visitor's own words.
But in Mr. Isaacs's well-poised mind no morbid fancies arose.
In a few minutes Isaacs dropped his cigarette and went quietly out.
"There's Isaacs on the Dolly," Grief observed, with a hand wave of greeting.
I never saw a more complete change in a man's face during a single second than came over Isaacs' in that moment.
masc. proper name, name of a biblical patriarch, from Late Latin, from Greek Isaak, from Hebrew Yitzhaq, literally "he laughs," imperf. of tzahaq "he laughed."