Trustees, Trusteeship, and the Public Good: Issues of Accountability for Hospitals, Museums, Universities, and Libraries

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. . . a useful handbook for trustees and a fascinating survey of the role of trustees in the management of nonprofit organizations. Baughman ably examines the juridical status of trustees of charitable institutions in light of their obligation to administer trusts for the public's benefit and enjoyment. . . . The appendix includes a three-page guide prepared by Neil F. Hartigan, the attorney-general for Illinois, on how board members of nonprofit organizations can best fulfill their responsibilities. . . . Baughman presents a very readable account of trustees and of the litigation battles that result when trustees fail to act on behalf of the public good. Business History Review

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