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If Thomas Aquinas were alive to read both Buffett's NYT op-ed and Kamalakanthan's "new Gilded Age" accusations, here's the part of the Summa he'd blog.

"When St. Thomas reflected on charity, and in particular alms-giving, he stressed the immediacy and locality of it: charity requires intimate knowledge of its recipient, the proper selection of means, attendance to effects, the right motivations for the givers, and so forth. In part, he stressed charity as an individual virtue rather than a collective effort." -- Jeff Polet, FrontPorchRepublic.com

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