April 18, 2010  |  In the News

A Veteran Antipoverty Activist Finds a Cheaper Way to Achieve Results

Back in the 1990s, Maurice Lim Miller had plenty of reasons to feel a professional high. The San Francisco social-services group he had helped to expand from six employees to 120 was considered one of the country’s most effective. In 1999 his work to show people how to overcome poverty was honored in President Bill Clinton’s State of the Union address.

But the praise didn’t sit right with Mr. Miller.

A Veteran Antipoverty Activist Finds a Cheaper Way to Achieve Results (complete article – PDF)

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