“How I came to be a proponent of social enterprise, I will explain in the course of my remarks …”
and in closing …
“The business entrepreneur improves our quality of life by creating wealth and economic growth. The social entrepreneur improves our quality of life by confronting the inequality that is often the collateral occurrence of free markets. Both kinds of entrepreneurs are necessary. Let us give them both the chance to succeed.”
Read Paul Martin’s Speech in its entirety.
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