But total government spending has been falling, leaving gaps that philanthropy can't fill.
Leslie Lenkowsky, clinical professor of public affairs and philanthropic studies at Indiana University, and Howard Husock, vice president for policy research and director of the Social Entrepreneurship Initiative at the Manhattan Institute, join The Daily Circuit Wednesday, Jan. 30 to discuss philanthropy's role in a time of reduced public spending.
LEARN MORE ABOUT CHARITY AND GOVERNMENT
Are Charities More Effective Than Government? (NY Times' Room for Debate, featuring Lenkowsky and Husock)
Charity's role in America, and its limits (NY Times)