Re: If you had $100 billion to give away, how would you spend it?
Bill George: How would I spend it? I'd spend a fair amount on three things: trying to foster global peace; trying to improve the state of healthcare in the world; and trying to improve education around the world. Because I think those three things . . . I think education . . . You can' get anywhere without health. But health provides security, and education provides the basis for doing better, and can lead to a well-educated world, which also could lead to a more peaceful world.
Recorded on: 7/6/07
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