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"[Toilets are] one of the greatest underinvestments," Gates said.
They suggest that if left to the forces of the marketplace there will be substantial underinvestments in technological innovation.
To get a sense of Schawn Cruze's experiences and accomplishments in the context of this story, it is necessary to understand that he has lived most of his life in environments shaped on the one hand by underinvestments in basic services -- such as foster care and legal defense for poor people -- and on the other hand by lavish spending on harsh punishment.