I went looking for a profile of Wolfie I read when he was first appointed to the WorldBank. Didn't find it, but I did find this amazingly balanced and, on the whole, positive profile of him in The New Yorker. Go figger. No time to comment at present, but it makes the point I was looking for --that Wolfie, contrary to stereotype, is something of a bleeding heart liberal --most interested in helping the poor get ahead. And it goes into great detail about the nature of his anti-corruption programs that are causing him such blowback.
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