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Monday, September 13, 2010


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Tiffany Gallicano


Thanks for this refreshing deconstruction of "The Spin Crowd." I appreciate your point about doing pro bono because you really want to do it, not for economic reasons. And of course, this makes the decision to do pro bono work a true ethical act in Kant's eyes.

Having a public relations leader like yourself debunk this show is valuable. Many thanks for this blog post.

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