Barry D. Karl
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Barry D. Karl, is the Norman and Edna Freehling Professor of History at the University of Chicago.
- Barry D. Karl, Charles E. Merriam and the Study of Politics (University of Chicago Press, 1974).
- Barry D. Karl, The Uneasy State: The United States from 1915 to 1945 (University of Chicago Press, 1985).
- The Secularization of American Charity. He is also currently working on a study of American foundations and public policy.
- Barry D. Karl and Stanley N. Katz, "The American Private Philanthropic Foundation and the Public Sphere, 1890-1930," Minerva 19 (1981): 236-70.
- Barry D. Karl, "The Evolution of Corporate Grantmaking in America", In: James P. Shannon, Editor, , Jossey-Bass, San Francisco (1991), pp. 20–33.
- Barry D. Karl, "Corporate Philanthropy: Historical Background", In: Brian O'Connell, Editor, America's Voluntary Spirit, The Foundation Center, New York (1983), pp. 377–383.
- Barry D. Karl, "Foundations and Philanthropic Elites" Minerva
- Barry D. Karl, "Volunteers and Professionals," in Private Action and the Public Good, ed. Walter W. Powell and Elisabeth Clemens ( Yale University Press, 1998).
- Barry D. Karl, "The Troublesome History of Foundations: Correcting a Contentious History," Reviews in American History 25, 4 (December 1997) review of Judith Sealander's book Private wealth and public life: foundation philanthropy and the reshaping of American social policy from the Progressive Era to the New Deal.