The American Institute for Economic Research senior research fellow talks with Michael E. Hartmann about his research, why Tocquevillian voluntary association became such a beneficial part of America’s social contract, the relationship between volunteerism and governmental and individual sovereignty, and the detrimental effect that enlarged government and its taxation had on voluntariness.
The American Institute for Economic Research senior research fellow talks with Michael E. Hartmann about the perverse incentives of the tax system on nonprofits, what hypothetically would happen to the third sector absent tax-incentivization, whether progressive Big Philanthropy might do damage to it along with Big Government, and encouraging more bottom-up experimentation in addressing social ills.
Left-wing foundations are the top organizational donors to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a controversial anti-Israel organization that critics accuse of spouting extremism and of having historical ties to…
In the October/November 2023 issue of Capital Research, the Hewlett Foundation is ironically funding a campaign against free-market capitalism. The Biden administration spends $1.2 billion researching transgender issues. The Taft-Hartley…
What the Generosity Commission Unwittingly Teaches Us About Itself: Making Sense of the Little Black Dots Below
Why have Americans become less generous and less giving of their time? To understand how and why things have changed, The Generosity Commission requisitioned studies from their peers, friends, and…
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