A blanket solution to a meaningful problem risks being non-inclusive since it reduces most permutations of the problem to its lowest common denominator.
A quick solution to a meaningful problem risks being shortsighted since it ignores most dependencies of the problem and its larger scale impact.
I'm generally attracted to more fundamental problems that explains my prior involvement with the effective altruism community in the first place. But time and time again I'm reminded that all complex systems that work evolved from simpler systems that worked (Gall's Law). The winning strategy always combine both big-picture perspective and hyper-local action that evolve over time.