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News Briefing: Some Philanthropists Are No Longer Content to Work Quietly

By Kate Golden on November 7, 2008No Comment
  • A new breed of philanthropists are using their money to influence public policy.  [New York Times]
  • David G. Booth donates $300 million to the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.  [New York Times]
  • The Chicago Tribune sits down with David Booth to discuss his record donation to the University of Chicago.  [Chicago Tribune]
  • In Sarasota County, opportunity exists for Habitat for Humanity and the city to work together.  [Sarasota Herald-Tribune]
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