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Advancing Opportunities with Endeavor - Edgar Bronfman Jr. (Warner Music)
Date: 5/1/2007
Length: 7 minutes
Speaker(s): Edgar Bronfman Jr.
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: Bronfman argues that the problem with America is that while values of integrity, hard-work, the rule of law and meritocracy are exported, the advancement of opportunities is not. This is why Endeavor is such a powerful role model;
it provides economic opportunities in countries where democracy cannot flourish. With the growing availability of opportunities he says, cultures change, countries evolve, and the world becomes a better and more peaceful place.

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