Jane Wales, World Affairs Council President and CEO, is now blogging for the Huffington Post. Read her most current blog, about what philanthropists can do to meet the needs of lower-income Americans, here.
Jane Wales Blogging for Huffington Post
December 21, 2009 by worldaffairscouncil
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