Among other things, they discussed the history of inequality in America and the world.
"The womb from which you emerge determines your fate to an enormous degree," he said. "I was born in 1930. I had two sisters that had every bit of intelligence I had. Every bit the drive. But they didn't have the same opportunities."
"Because you were a man," said Jarvis.
"And I was white," added Buffett. "So, if I'd been black, my future would've been entirely different. If I'd been a female, my life would've been entirely different."