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May 22, 2007

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klaus

Well, it's easy to forget that in the broad view the primary utility of the non-profit and foundation sectors has always been the creation bubbles of self-denial. Surface of said bubbles acting as trampolines upon which capital launches itself over and against itself. No need to frame that as a recent development.

Bruce Trachtenberg

If nothing else, your interview will certainly launch this book to the top of Amazon's rankings--probably make it the new Bible for the fashionably bubble-wrapped crowd. Who says there's no profit in spreading doom and gloom! Think of the foundation that will be born from the cash this book will throw off. That will get people to pay attention. In the end, ill thoughts and stinky behavior can support good causes.

Stuart Johnson

Nobody was ever denied a spot on Oprah for underestimating the American public's lack of engagement.

Klaus, I haven't read the book, but Dr. Frith's assessment of the Third Sector might be more a cry of despair than an angry stab at our sometimes inflated sense of self-worth.

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