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Global Poverty and International Aid.

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Does a hungry child in a far away land have any less of a demand on your good will and aid than a hungry child from your own family or neighborhood?
Does each individual have the duty to give to the worldwide alleviation of poverty up to the point at which further giving would cause his or her own family more harm than it would do good for others?
Or is responsibility for others a mostly local affair: take care of your family, look out for those in your community, and the rest of the world will take care of itself?

John and Ken welcome Peter Singer from the Princeton University Center for Human Values, author of Practical Ethics and How Are We to Live: Ethics in an Age of Self-Interest.

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Global Poverty and International Aid 49:25
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