The Billionaires Won’t Save Us

Accumulation of wealth is just another toxic feedback loop

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If you are waiting for Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos to suddenly see their hearts swell to three times their normal size, you’re going to be waiting a long time. It’s repeatedly tossed around that one of these individuals, currently Musk, has the power to end world hunger by simply sharing a small percentage of their…

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Provocative truth teller, author of 19 poetry collections. Cat dad. Dog dad. Currently working from Portland, Oregon. Learn more at: Jaysizemore.com.

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Jay Sizemore

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Provocative truth teller, author of 19 poetry collections. Cat dad. Dog dad. Currently working from Portland, Oregon. Learn more at: Jaysizemore.com.

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