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Resource ID: #20556
Subject: Charities
Source: Chronicle of Philanthropy (Washington
Date: 1998-12-17


According to the article, "The Internet revolution, and a recent change in federal charity-disclosure laws, mean that millions of Americans are about to have quick and unprecedented access to information about nonprofit groups: what they spend on fund-raising, how much money they devote to lobbying, and how they compensate their top executives. Regulators, too, will find it easier to analyze the ways that charities use--or misuse--their money."

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