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The End of Poverty

By Jeffrey Sachs | September 11, 2007

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In this Carnegie Council Public Affairs Program, Jeffrey Sachs discusses the possibility of ending extreme poverty in our time. The problem is enormous, the responsibility ours, and many of the solutions simple and cheap, says Sachs. He outlines three biophysical realities of impoverishment: insufficient agricultural development, insufficient disease control, and economic isolation.

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