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Review of ‘Twelve by Twelve’

William Powers spent a decade doing international aid work in Latin America and Africa among people who live at the very edge of subsistence. When he came back to the U.S. he was depressed and overwhelmed by the disposable excesses of American culture, and uncertain how to adapt. In the midst of this crisis he…

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