With overriding principles of freedom and human dignity, underlying practices of patience and persistence.
Needing to nuance intensities in tension.
And totalitarianism, transcendence, and the triumph of truth.
Progressive critiques of private philanthropy ignore prior public experience with government spending.
Always greeted with a smile, jousted with good nature, and toasted with cheer.
George Soros’ new book notes “pitfalls and paradoxes” of philanthropy in ways that seem quite familiar.
As establishment philanthropy defends its position in American society, it would do well to tend to more than just one flank.
A role reversal, and its own grand renewal.
Briefly overviewing some potential grantmaking options.
And another option for grantmakers to at least consider.