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Does human suffering occur in proportions, or in individual lives? While I agree the statistic is too vague to be useful, I think there is something to be gained from the contemplation of unadjusted counts.


Aaron: In that case, it is enough to state the count of Cambodian girls without confusing matters by comparing it to the slave trade.


Nicely done. Btw, you might be interested in some of the graphs and statistics in this report regarding the government and private donations by country. Having a hard time deciding if they're anything other than totally made up.

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