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Lisa Kays

Very, very well said and thought provoking. I share your inner torment on a number of similar issues and choices each day, and agree that Gates, because they are in such a position of power and influence, has such an opportunity to take a stand and expand their reach in terms of influence and voice. And bravo on letting go of cynicism...I'm right with you when you say that you don't believe their intentions are self-serving. And in the end, I'm so glad to see these kinds of discussions are happening now--I love how ordinary people and pundits alike are getting in there and really thinking about philanthropy, how to do it and its implications. That in itself is something to lose some cynicism over. :D

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