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to probe and limn the truth of microfinance, such as it can be understood, and draw out the implications for all those who back microfinance or contemplate doing so. It does so by viewing microfinance through the perspectives of history, economics, ethics, and politics and through the eyes poor clients struggling to protect and improve their lot, microfinance managers struggling to at least break even. Each perspective offers a piece of the truth of microfinance. Many books have been written about microfinance, but I don’t think any other has quilted together so many perspectivesDavid’s a jack of all trades, he’s written and published previously on instruments in regressions, develop countries’ commitment to development, and microfinance’s business model. Now, he is pioneering a new, participatory way of writing his book about microfinance. David is releasing chapters as he completes drafts and is inviting comments as he molds a final version.