William A. Schambra

William A. Schambra is the director of the Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philan­thropy and Civic Renewal. Mr. Schambra’s articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, Policy Review, the Christian Science Monitor, Nonprofit Quarterly, Philanthropy, Philanthropy Daily, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and Crisis. His homepage at the Hudson Institute is here.

A former director of programs at the The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mr. Schambra is the editor of several books, including As Far as Republican Principles Will Admit, a collection of essays written by his teacher Martin Diamond.

In The New Atlantis