Kaufman takes on the world

Weber, Rick
February 2011
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The article presents an overview of the speech delivered by Derek Kaufman, chief executive officer (CEO) of Glacier Bay Technology, about U.S. politics and social change at the Heavy Duty Dialogue 2011 held in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 17, 2011. He emphasizes the need to support the growth of charter schools. He offers information on the potential of air charging of batteries and crowdsourcing. He comments on the attitude of Democrats and Republicans toward the election of November 2010.


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