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Winter 2016 – Shakespeare s Savior

…of history’s greatest writers. His was “a hoarder’s impulse,” Mays writes, “in search of a grand obsession.” But unlike many American stories of vast fortunes and obsessive consumption, Folger’s impulse…

How a New Fund Helps Parents Teach Their Children

…homeschool pods, parent-support networks, and other initiatives.   As the search for fresh educational choices expands, more students will find themselves with options that would have seemed unlikely just a few…

Creating State Think Tanks

…think-tank work of policy analysis, they are increasingly becoming involved in new ventures like nonprofit journalism and public-interest litigation. Thomas Roe history, http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:HfWeDjRW0HkJ:https://capitalresearch.org/pubs/pdf/ v1185478634.pdf+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=safari Directory of SPN state think tanks, spn.org/docLib/20120501_Map2012.pdf…

Mobilizing African Aid

…become involved in the subsequent decade’s massive effort to use donated resources to reduce transmission of the HIV virus, treat its victims, and search for cures. Paul Hewson’s charity, one.org/us/about…

The Exchange

…their kids, and that they shouldn’t have choices or options. Flash forward a year, now the choices are all ours.” The funding for this search for fresh educational options was…

A Giving Classic

…other institutions on markets or constituencies that cripple their capacity to take the long view and to bring a competent and disinterested approach to the search for complex problems.” Nielsen…

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A Mild View of Philanthropy

…sector is crucial, Buchanan insists. Conflating the two can lead to public- policy decisions that hurt nonprofits. It can draw donors into a fruitless search for “a simple universal performance measure” that…