Unprecedented amounts of money have been pledged to Haitian relief in the last few months. American households have given over $1 billion and in March, 120 countries pledged over $9 billion to rebuild. The only problem is that, historically, blanketing a country in aid and money has never really worked so well. Is there a chance this time things could be different?
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