A Message and a People — Still

By 1994, Jeff Wright had everything. He’d just become head of mergers and acquisitions for Bristol-Myers Squibb. He lived in the suburbs of New York on an expansive piece of real estate like the families in 90’s sitcoms. The Wright children attended an uppity, elite private school, and you could quantify his life’s work with a vault’s worth of stock options. Ask and he’ll tell you he was

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This story is from Common Good issue 04.
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