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We’re In A Trust Crisis

Here’s what we can do about it

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When I lived and worked in Ukraine, it was commonplace to see men in camouflage fatigues and Uzis in the waiting rooms of offices around town. They weren’t there as security, or to rob the place, but to help transfer money between businesses. It was cumbersome and inefficient, but in an atmosphere of mistrust, it was a necessity.




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