The Corner

Re: Sachs

Right you are, Nick, about the Sachs op-ed. He’s wrong twice. As for rich Americans giving their $174 million a piece to change Africa for the better, I think they’d be more likely to if they knew it wouldn’t simply line the pockets of men like Charles Taylor. Child soldiers and macheted limbs aren’t problems of poverty but of evil…

Susan Konig is a journalist who writes frequently for National Review. She is the author of Why Animals Sleep So Close to the Road (And Other Lies I Tell My ...

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