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In May of 2018, Gates succeeded General Colin Powell as National Chairman of the Eisenhower Fellowships.
A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT M. GATESWASHINGTON POST LIVEFEBRUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
These distortions are stubborn and more meaningful than Gates is ready to concede.
For example, Gates marvels that for the vast majority of Americans, electric heaters are actually cheaper than continuing to use fossil gas.
I spoke to Gates in December about his new book, the limits of his optimism, and how his thinking on climate change has evolved.
Back in the tech history books, the transitions from founder and CEO to the next executive up include the duds like Gates to Steve Ballmer but also successes like Steve Jobs to Tim Cook, Bob Noyce to Andy Grove, and Bill Hewlett to John Young.
The funding in this case comes from Gates as an individual, not from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has donated millions to global causes like eliminating poverty and combating infectious diseases.
Gates said to Reuters of the conspiracy theories spreading about him.
One could see him wanting to put more time into pursuing these charitable endeavors just as Gates did 20 years ago.
In addition to the research facilities and spending boosts, Gates called for a program of tax incentives and energy standards that could make markets for more clean-energy tools.
What begins as a journey in search of a connection with his country ultimately becomes a story of identity, as Gates finds clarity and meaning in his own life.

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