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Anand Giridharadas
editor at large. Author of , THE TRUE AMERICAN, & INDIA CALLING. MSNBC political analyst. 's man. Father. Rhymes with "almond."
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Anand Giridharadas 46m
Red noses ain’t it, chief
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Anand Giridharadas 3h
This is a great point, and a reminder of why I think of my book as a companion to ’s incredible DARK MONEY.
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Anand Giridharadas 4h
Replying to @jrichlive
Will check it out. My understanding was he bought some assets from Intuit, and Quicken and TurboTax became part of a smaller, more focused company.
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Anand Giridharadas 4h
Kid: What are red noses? Parent: These cute things we got in exchange for unions, safety nets, and fair taxation of billionaires!
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Anand Giridharadas 5h
Replying to @jrichlive
I didn't say he owned it. I called TurboTax "a spinoff from the company that Dan Gilbert was involved in founding."
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Anand Giridharadas 6h
How does Alexa respond when you say, "Alexa, pay Amazon workers more and give them longer breaks so they don't have to pee in bottles and also stop being a monopoly and will you please pay your taxes"?
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Anand Giridharadas 8h
This makes me so happy! Where was it?
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Anand Giridharadas 8h
Well, it finally happened. I infiltrated Eve Ensler's nightstand. The best part is, my book stands beside one written by a towering writer who inspired the name of our daughter, Zora. Please check out Ensler's new book, THE APOLOGY.
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Anand Giridharadas 9h
Replying to @BillGates
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Anand Giridharadas 9h
Dear , I admire your generosity. I appreciate your appraisal of my book. I am totally over you insinuating that I am a communist. (What's said in Davos stays in Davos?) But I do urge you, as a shaper of education, to reconsider endorsing an error-filled book. Anand
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Anand Giridharadas 9h
this is probably not going to happen, but in a weird way I will reveal one day, is hugely responsible for this book being written.
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Anand Giridharadas 9h
These people in the Valley funding coding for girls — how about you just don’t run your firms in ways that increase the odds of 160 million women in America living under a misogynist? Every woman I know would be willing to forgo a coding class to not live under a misogynist.
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Ida Bae Wells May 22
The Sunday Review is looking for an editor and we *really* would like to see some diverse applicants. Please apply if you are interested or pass along.
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Anand Giridharadas 20h
Public transport, meet venture-backed startups.
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tracey durning 22h
"I think the kind of philanthropy that feels right to me in this moment is philanthropy that would actually break down, dismantle, help accelerate the end of a bad system instead of shore up a bad system." Agree.
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ARRAY May 21
“The role of the artist is exactly the same as the role of the lover. If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you don’t see” James Baldwin
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Bruno J. Navarro 23h
"I think Mark Zuckerberg should legally be allowed to have thoughts about education. I just don’t think they should have any more weight than he is able to express through voting every two or four years." — 
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Anand Giridharadas May 22
Me: I’m going to try to really draw people’s attention to the importance of fact-checking nonfiction books. Natalie Portman: Hold my BAFTA.
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