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The Atlantic:October Issue

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The Atlantic celebrates October with a Values issue, complete with Bill Clinton on the cover. Inside, Jonathan Rauch finds out how Clinton is reinventing charity–and himself. Rauch writes:

To Clinton, profit is necessary and entirely legitimate, a point he makes to anyone who will listen. “I think it’s wrong to ask anyone to lose money.”

Explains a lot, doesn’t it?

Also in the issue:
The Conscientious Investor, by Henry Blodget

Socially responsible investing is neither as profitable nor as responsible as advertised. But if you insist, here’s how to do it right.


About Facebook
, by Michael Hirschorn

Meanwhile, unlike almost any other service on the Web, Facebook lets you decide to restrict this activity to your friend group and/or hide it from Google’s prying eyes.

Bad timing, as Google can now peer into Facebook.

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