And argues for charity reform.
On September 26, “Reshaping the Conversation: How to Rebuild Public Trust in Philanthropy.”
An end-of-year collection of interesting and insightful thinking about grantmaking and giving.
The heir, author, and researcher talks to Craig Kennedy and Michael E. Hartmann about philanthropy in America, including its “top-heaviness,” what could perhaps be done about it, and whether any charitable reform might be able to attract cross-ideological support.
The heir, author, and researcher talks to Craig Kennedy and Michael E. Hartmann about the “Wealth Defense Industry,” the degree to which philanthropy is used and charity is abused by the wealthy, and what could perhaps be done about it.
A mid-year collection of interesting and insightful passages.
Chuck Collins’ new book about the “Wealth Defense Industry” references its philanthropic component’s managerial elite, about which there should be more honest truth-telling and analysis.
Populist wave of resentment not likely to be turned back by an abstruse discussion of the finer points of tax law.