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Philanthropy: Broad, The Book (And Twitter, Too)

Billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad has a new book out, The Art of Being Unreasonable, and he talks about it on MSNBC (above) and in a press release:  "I wanted to share my successes and mistakes so that other people could learn from my experiences and go on to accomplish great things of their own."  Like him or loathe him, you can catch him on Twitter, his weekly blog, and Facebook.


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Broad’s always been interesting in that he doesn’t hang at either end of the spectrum as far as people I like or dislike.

You can’t argue that he’s among the most philanthropic men in the world; his work particularly with Bill Gates was nothing short of inspiring.

Then again, I’m not sure he’s really benefited public education, quite the opposite, in fact.

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