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For nearly three decades, Pablo Eisenberg’s speeches and articles have provoked thoughtful, and at times contentious, debate in the nonprofit world. Intellectually vigorous, rigorously honest, and unstintingly courageous, he has addressed the questions and challenges facing philanthropy today, and his forthright commentary has influenced contemporary philanthropy. The works collected here include the best of Eisenberg’s published and unpublished pieces on American and global philanthropy–its challenges, responsibilities, hits and misses, accountability, and leadership–and on his views of what lies ahead as the greatest intergenerational transfer of wealth in U.S. history looms. The book incorporates tributes to many of the leading lights in late-twentieth-century American philanthropy, including John Gardner, Paul Ylvisaker, John Filer, and David Hunter, men Eisenberg knew well. Every nonprofit leader, donor, grant maker, anyone involved with poverty-fighting organizations as well as faculty members and researchers who study nonprofit organizations will need this collection of writings by of one of the nation’s most prominent leaders in the nonprofit world.

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For nearly three decades, Pablo Eisenberg’s speeches and articles have provoked thoughtful, and at times contentious, debate in the nonprofit world. Intellectually vigorous, rigorously honest, and unstintingly courageous, he has addressed the questions and challenges facing philanthropy today, and his forthright commentary has influenced contemporary philanthropy. The works collected here include the best of Eisenberg’s published and unpublished pieces on American and global philanthropy–its challenges, responsibilities, hits and misses, accountability, and leadership–and on his views of what lies ahead as the greatest intergenerational transfer of wealth in U.S. history looms. The book incorporates tributes to many of the leading lights in late-twentieth-century American philanthropy, including John Gardner, Paul Ylvisaker, John Filer, and David Hunter, men Eisenberg knew well. Every nonprofit leader, donor, grant maker, anyone involved with poverty-fighting organizations as well as faculty members and researchers who study nonprofit organizations will need this collection of writings by of one of the nation’s most prominent leaders in the nonprofit world.

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