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  • In Big-Dollar Philanthropy, (Your Name Here) vs. Anonymity

    The New York Times - 05/10/2013

    The philosopher Patricia Illingworth, the editor of “Giving Well: The Ethics of Philanthropy,” said that “public giving is more desirable in many ways, because it really creates this culture of giving.” Only because it was public, Ms. Illingworth noted, did Bill Gates’s and Warren Buffett’s “giving pledge” inspire dozens of other extremely wealthy peers to pledge half their fortunes to charity.

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