A (merely) diversity-minded progressive donor should indeed venture with utmost caution into the unsettled new world of cultural philanthropy.
Conservatives should rethink their giving and look elsewhere.
And where to look for rebuilding self-governance.
On Labor Day, remembering Penn Kemble … and Robert Nisbet.
Are management training and statistical measurement really the keys to solving our deepest social problems?
Reflections on my co-editors’ conversation with Howard Fuller.
Too tidy and convenient an explanation for today’s conservative policy activism.
And for conservative philanthropy, a small measure of comfort.
In Milwaukee, it didn’t start with any grantmaker. The indispensable groundwork was laid by parents concerned about the education of their children.
Searching for isolated, but incredibly powerful voices of authentic experience with utopian progressivism, who can speak about its excesses with an authority that scholars and activists don’t possess.