|On December 12, 1991, while serving as chief economist for the World Bank, Lawrence Summers authored a private memo arguing that the bank should actively encourage the dumping of toxic waste in developing countries, particularly 'under populated countries in Africa,' which Summers described as 'UNDER-polluted.'
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