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By Bahar Gidwani Jon Winokur has compiled some remarkable sets of quotes in his various “Curmudgeon” books. I recently read a set of comments on Human Nature in my monthly issue of Funny Times Magazine (highly recommended if … Continue reading →
Is there a silent majority that doesn’t have a strong view on sustainability? Does a vast group of consumers and related business and social enterprises have no concern about corporate governance, environmental problems, labor issues, or how their communities are treated?
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