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The widening wealth gap presents an age old question, namely does the means by which one has gained their wealth preclude acceptance of their donation: this question will require regular visits.

"John D. Rockefeller was among the most reviled Robber Barons of his time. Henry Ford was a union buster. Bill Gates was sued for monopolistic practices. George Soros destabilized Britain’s currency. The Walton family helped obliterate Main Street with its low-wage business model. And most of today’s hedge fund billionaires are so rich, in part, because of the notorious “carried-interest” tax loophole. 

"Many great fortunes, past and present, have their origins in unsavory business practices and/or public policies that have been rigged to favor the rich. "--David Callahan, Inside Philanthropy

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