Issue

Winter 2005

Volume 3, Number 4

The road to philanthropy is paved with good intentions to aid the poor and disadvantaged. In “A Failure of Philanthropy,” Rob Reich questions whether the laws governing tax-deductible donations truly serve the needy or actually reward the wealthy.  Even more worrisome is his next concern from the winter 2005 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review: “Would Americans Make Charitable Donations Without Tax Incentives?

Features

Health

Coaching Character

By Alana Conner Snibbe

Sidebar to “Rethinking Self-Esteem:” tough love can be the best lesson.

Health

Burnout in a Crisis

By Marguerite Rigoglioso

Sidebar to “Reversing Burnout:” when working a crisis, put your own oxygen mask on first.

Health

The Soup of Self-Help

By Aaron Dalton

Sidebar to “Rethinking Self-Esteem:” self-esteem should be coupled with self-control.

Field Report

Government

All Fired Up

By Cliff Terry

How an insurance company helps its workers support their local fire departments.

Case Study

Viewpoint

Research

Q&A

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