Thousands of Pages of Confidential Think Tank Documents Detail Corporate Ties, New York Times Reports

Thousands of pages of confidential internal think tank emails and documents published by the New York Times yesterday shine a revealing spotlight on how some of the nation’s most prominent think tanks are used by corporate donors to promote specific policies — while concealing the financial interests involved. The emails provide a “smoking gun” showing that corporations that donated to non-profit think tanks like The Brookings Institution were promised specific receivables in return. Click here for reuse options! Tags: think tanksCheniere EnergyAtlantic CouncilHeather Zichalconflict of interestappearance of conflict of interestnon-profitCorporate Influenceemailsdocumentsconfidential


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