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Ralph Kaplan and Harvey Silverglate

An urgent cause for philanthropy

By Ralph Kaplan and Harvey Silverglate
July 23, 2006

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AMERICAN PHILANTHROPY, in the news lately due to huge donations to wealthy foundations devoted to worthy causes, is nonetheless missing a critical opportunity to turn the private sector's attention to the most urgent threat to human life. As the pace of scientific and technological developments continues to accelerate, the potential for enormous benefits is coupled with the potential for far ... (Full article: 674 words)

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