A Battle Over a Capitalist’s Legacy

Surdna’s leaders aren’t the only party with an interest in quashing the conflict. Aaron Dorfman, president of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, left a comment on the article saying: “This piece should not have been published. I expect better from the Chronicle.” Like Surdna’s current leaders, the organization Mr. Dorfman leads favors philanthropy that is “responsive to people and communities with the least wealth and opportunity.”

Read the entire article in The Wall Street Journal.