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      One of the great problems of political life is the question of whether politicians and senior bureaucrats can change. Can they learn from their experiences? Can they become more ethical? We know pretty well that becoming a powerful politician can destroy a person’s ethical moorings: They wind up doing things that, as a private citizen […]
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The Project for Awesome

What charity are YOU giving to this year?

3 Responses

  1. Charity begins at home this year. I have a grandchild and her children who need help.

  2. I guess I can leave a comment for a penny.

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