Nina Munk talked about her book, The Idealist: Jeffrey Sachs and the Quest to End Poverty, in which she chronicles the promise and eventual failure of Jeffrey Sachs' Millennium Village Project that had the end goal of eradicating poverty around the world. She spent 6 years following Jeffrey Sachs and his project team in Africa. During this event, hosted by the Reason Foundation, Ms. Munk spoke with Gene Epstein of Barron’s Financial Weekly. close
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