Issue

Fall 2004

Volume 2, Number 2

What happens when hippies, radicals, and activists enter the corporate mainstream? When committed idealists take corporate jobs but refuse to give up their passionately held desire to changing the world, the results can be surprising for everyone. In “The Tempered Radicals,” from the fall 2004 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review, Debra E. Meyerson provides a powerful profile of the activist on the inside.

Features

Government

An Accidental Good

By Doug Guthrie

How savvy social entrepreneurs seized on a tax loophole to raise billions of corporate dollars for affordable housing.

Business

The Tempered Radicals

By Debra E. Meyerson

How employees push their companies – little by little – to be more socially responsible.

Field Report

Education

Nifty Success

By Leslie Berger

Teaching inner-city kids business skills to build their confidence and aspirations.

Case Study

Viewpoint

Research

Books

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