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Eli Broad has written a column for the New York Times that manages to be wrong at almost every opportunity it has to be wrong — economically, politically, grammatically, etc. It’s really quite something.

Broad writes: “I’ve come to realize that no amount of philanthropic commitment will compensate for …
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