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Venture capital for the ‘forgotten’

© Bloomberg In 2017, a venture capitalist in this thirties named J.D. Vance published a book called Hillbilly Elegy. An exploration of his childhood growing up in Ohio on so-called Appalachian values, the book, which many read as a meditation on the white rage that fuelled Trump’s election victory, graced several best-seller lists, and even ...

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