David Hammack Mentioned in Teen Vogue Article on the Nonprofit Industrial Complex

David Hammack, the Hiram C. Haydn Professor of History Emeritus at the College of Arts and Sciences, was referenced recently an article discussing nonprofit organizations as formal, self-governing, voluntary, private organizations that don’t distribute profits and provide a public benefit.

The author notes that Hammack’s definition covers a range of nonprofits that are big and small, wealthy and grassroots. Some organizations have the capacity to do transformative work, but others fall short of their objectives.

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