As corporate charity replaces social programs, where are governments? | Stephen Kimber

by Graham H. Cox last modified 2015-05-28T14:04:25-04:00
"Far be it from me to suggest corporations shouldn't show social responsibility or provide community benefits. They should. But it is worth asking why private companies seem able to do what our governments no longer can. And to wonder whether we really want decisions about important social concerns -- who deserves financial help with their education, which among the many important and needy social service providers, should get inevitably scarce funds -- turned into bread-and-circuses online popularity contests and corporate marketing campaigns masking as charity?"
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