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The U.S. has always provided significant leadership for how the world works together to transform issues of disease, poverty, disaster and pursue balanced economic progress. On both sides of the political divide, Presidents have left their mark. 576 more words
We know about philanthropy, where very rich people give away vast amounts of money for social good, and we also know about capitalism; defined by The Dictionary of Human Geography as “a historically specific form of economic and social organization […] a class system, that labour and capital were central to its operations, and that capitalism as a system was expansive, dynamic and unstable.” But what exactly is philanthrocapitalism? 777 more words
An interesting extract from The Frontman: Bono (In the Name of Power), by Harry Browne, loc 2967:
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What is intriguing about Bono’s rhapsody is the part of the history lesson that really excited him: not democracy, but the ability of a group of rich men to bring about dramatic change, and to do so in the name of a ringingly good idea.
From No Such Thing as a Free Gift, by Linsey McGoey, Loc 492:
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The William J. Clinton Foundation dispensed money to numerous causes, with a focus on global health and economic development.