NYT Editorial on public/philanthropic spending

Today's NYT has an editorial that speaks directly to the intricate relationships between public spending, public policy, and philanthropy. I touched on this relationship in this post. It is at the heart of my book and is critical to my ongoing use of "philanthropy as regulated industry" analog.

The Times takes on the interconnectedness and strengths of each sector directly. Read the editorial here. These are critical issues to consider at all times, but especially during an economic downturn, a period of vast income/wealth inequality, and heading into leadership change. In other words, at times like these.


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