Rob Reich

professor of Political Science at Stanford University, and co-Director of the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society

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Since the Notre Dame fire, many large corporations and philanthropic French families have made hefty donations to restoring the cathedral.

Big donors are funding Notre Dame’s restoration, but is philanthropy the best way to deal with a disaster?

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