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Old 8th October 2019, 07:11 AM   #122
dann
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Originally Posted by 3point14 View Post
Given the distribution in the first place is a matter of policy, not a matter of the natural order of things, I don't find the above a convincing argument.

Me neither. Anand Giridharadas - “Winners Take All” and the Paradox of Elite Philanthropy | The Daily Show (Oct. 8, 2019):

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