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August 19, 2012

A Heritage of Generosity at Risk in the Twin Cities

Steve Woit, for The Chronicle

Judson Dayton, a Minneapolis venture capitalist, and Beth McGuire, a Target Corporation executive and fledgling donor.

The Twin Cities was already known as a generous place in 1997, when a retired priest began strong-arming some of the area’s richest residents into signing one of the country’s first giving pledges.

Joe Selvaggio turned first to Ken Dayton, a…

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