“Much attention has been paid to the forces at work against the foundation, but in fact the seeds of destruction were sown by the hands of Barnes himself.”
James Panero has the cover story in the new issue of Philanthropymagazine on the Barnes Foundation. He says it’s “been a case study in how an institution . . . can become irrevocably damaged through overly restrictive operating guidelines, unanticipated leadership problems, and the competing missions of other organizations and institutions.”
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