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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Fascinating. Have you read this book? I like the visualizations. It definitely makes it easier to digest all the info and stats. On NPR they are currently doing a series right now about where social orgs invest their money, and how it sometimes goes to politicians.

    • Eleanor Goldfield

      Unfortunately I haven't yet. It's on my ever-growing list :) I have heard from a few friends that it's a good read though.
      Good to hear about the NPR series. There needs to be absolute transparency and regulations regarding money in politics. At this point, 94% of the senate seats are occupied by people who out-spent their opponents. That isn't a government of, for and by the people.