The Golden Donors: A New Anatomy of the Great Foundations

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Truman Talley Books, 1989 - Education - 468 pages
Describes recent changes in American philanthropy, looks at the largest foundations and their activities, and considers the Reagan administration's influence on charitable organizations

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The golden donors: a new anatomy of the great foundations

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Golden Donors tells the stories of the nation's 36 largest private foundations, which have a vast influence on private philanthropy in the United States. For each foundation, an account of the donor's ... Read full review


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Waldemar A. Nielsen was born in Pennsylvania, educated in Missouri & was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.

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