John Cassidy reviews Jeffrey Sach’s End of Poverty in the Apr 11 (2005) New Yorker. Sachs has been an economic advisor in the developing world for the past twenty years. He is currently directing the United Nations Millennium Project which hopes to halve global poverty by 2015. Sachs has an interesting and sometimes controversial past and Cassidy’s review is an interesting read.
MPR’s Midmorning show interviewed Sachs on May 18.
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