- Title Pages
- Introduction Philanthropy in Democratic Societies
- Part I Origins
- One Altruism and the Origins of Nonprofit Philanthropy
- Two Why Is the History of Philanthropy Not a Part of American History?
- Three On the Role of Foundations in Democracies
- Part II Institutional Forms
- Four Contributory or Disruptive: Do New Forms of Philanthropy Erode Democracy?
- Five Reconciling Corporate Social Responsibility and Profitability: Guidelines for the Conscientious Manager
- Six When Is Philanthropy?: How the Tax Code’s Answer to This Question Has Given Rise to the Growth of Donor-Advised Funds and Why It’s a Problem
- Seven Creating Digital Civil Society: The Digital Public Library of America
- Part III Moral Grounds and Limits
- Eight The Free-Provider Problem: Private Provision of Public Responsibilities
- Nine Philanthropy and Democratic Ideals
- Ten Reparative Justice and the Moral Limits of Discretionary Philanthropy
- Philanthropy in Democratic Societies
- University of Chicago Press
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