April 16, 2013, 12:00 - 1:30 PM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
The Charitable Deduction in
On April 16, the Bradley Center held a different conversation about the deduction, one that explores its deepest dimensions as an expression of fundamental American political principles. Two recent essays set the stage wonderfully, and were our "assigned reading": one, by Alex Reid, entitled "Renegotiating the Charitable Deduction," and the other by Rob Reich, entitled "Toward a Political Theory of Philanthropy." In addition to these authors, one of the nation’s foremost scholars of philanthropy, Stanley Katz of Princeton, joined the panel to provide an historical perspective. Hudson Institute Senior Fellow William Schambra moderated the discussion.
Required ReadingAlex Reid, "Renegotiating the Charitable Deduction," Exempt Organizations Tax Review 71 (2013): 21-31.
To request a copy of Rob Reich's "Toward a Political Theory of Philanthropy," please email email@example.com.
Program and Panel11:30 a.m.
Registration, lunch buffet
Introduction by Bradley Center Director William Schambra
Stanley Katz, Professor of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University
Rob Reich, Associate Professor at Stanford University
Alex Reid, Counsel in Morgan Lewis’s Tax Practice
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