“[T]oday’s politics of the street,” according to political historian Donald T. Critchlow, “resembles that of the late Roman Republic, when oligarchs, such as Caesar, Sulla, and Catiline, organized mobs to serve their factional interests.”
Foundations’ collective effort presented as exemplary isn’t, or at least not for the reasons the consultants think.
Leslie Lenkowsky: “obvious solution” to “money not really being used for charitable purposes” is to end “tax deduction for all contributions.”
As establishment philanthropy defends its position in American society, it would do well to tend to more than just one flank.
A work to read in “the Wilderness.”
Where New Labour boldly reformed schools, Keir Starmer retreats to the class-war comfort zone.
Education is a public good, but so is medicine and Pfizer doesn’t claim to be a charity.
Philanthropic insights from Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Max Chafkin’s new biography of PayPal co-founder, Silicon Valley venture capitalist, and intellectual and political provocateur Peter Thiel.
Twenty-five years after enactment of state and federal work-based welfare reform, the executive director of the Secretaries’ Innovation Group (SIG) addresses philanthropy and welfare reform, SIG, and application of the reform concepts internationally.