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A loyal funder and a visionary took on tenement squalor, and won.
The story of how American philanthropy built a Jewish homeland.
How an improvising leader and ten donors brought the Bible to unreached peoples.
With the valuable pro bono hours they volunteer, lawyers can change lives, or change the country.
The most consequential developments after 25 years of charter schools.
The NEA and NEH have minimal roles in U.S. arts and letters.