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March 12, 2005

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Tom Craver

DDT - safe, effective, cheap. MAYBE you don't want to fog the countryside, but even just spraying indoors would help a tremendous amount.

michael vassar

Earlier, on CRN, the possibility of Jeffry Sach's proposal for eliminating world poverty was discussed. This excellent site has a bit of further discussion of this topic. http://www.marginalrevolution.com/

Chris Phoenix, CRN

The Sachs posts are scrolling down the lengthy front page... here are the links to them. Remember that you can use a href in comments to make a link clickable.

Can we cure world poverty for $150 billion a year?
Easterly on Sachs

Chris

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