If you have negative feelings about globalization, here's something positive you can do about it: Make a microloan to a poor person in an economically disadvantaged nation. This way, you're not taking away anybody's job in America, and you're not exploiting poor people overseas. A banker I met at a conference a couple days ago turned me on to Kiva.org, a non-profit clearinghouse that links needy people who have a business plan with folks who can help them out. I made my loan to Luka Lua, a seamstress in Samoa.
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