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June 27, 2007


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I don't meet a lot of wealthy heirs, but I'd like to see a book like this for people who are privileged in a broader sense - who have talents and brains worth millions or billions, whether or not they've cashed in yet. Between the scandals and the unreflective pursuit of profit, I think our business sector demonstrates that we haven't learned to use those kinds of gifts well either.


Meritocracy breeds its own arrogance. How could we better engage your peers, the young Wall St rising stars, Holden?


Social change? Gawd, you mean things can get worse?


Social change, climate change, chump change. We work with what we have, I guess.

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