Mr. Democracy

Carter, Terry
January 2000
ABA Journal;Jan2000, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p56
Profiles businessman-philanthropist George Soros and his efforts to help the justice system and legal profession in the United States (US). Background of Soros's career as a businessman; Details on the amount of Soros's donation to his Open Society Institute-US Programs and to other organizations that helps immigrants with legal problems; Examples of his support to the legalization of drugs.


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