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17
Feb
2020
The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s new senior opinion editor should understand four schools of thought about philanthropy

And foster continued healthy discourse within and among all of them.


10
Feb
2020
Bloomberg’s philanthropy

In the current context, it certainly raises several important questions, large and small.


06
Feb
2020
Claremont Institute’s Matthew Peterson critiques conservative donor class

Twitter thread provocatively lets loose on problems and shortcomings, challenges and opportunities.


04
Feb
2020
Where have all the tribunes gone?

Where philanthropy might want to look in our current period of conflict.


03
Feb
2020
Laura Arnold adds to institutional philanthropy’s promotion of progressivism

Familiar takes on interests and institutions, among other things.


21
Jan
2020

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Jan
2020

19
Jan
2020
About that program in Tulsa

It’s not so unique. Nor are small, local, hometown ones like it built by national government as easily as the large-scale interstate-highway system.


17
Jan
2020
Bringing balance, not blurring, to the coming clarification of conservatism

Healthy cooperation and equally healthy collisions between fully functioning capitalism, government, and civil society.


16
Jan
2020
Another possible reason for Americans’ low level of trust in nonprofits

The arrogance of assuming all people automatically agree with “taking action” on a progressive agenda.