Martin Morse Wooster

His articles and reviews have appeared numerous publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Washington Times, American Spectator, and Reason, to name just a few. Wooster has degrees in history and philosophy from Beloit College.

Martin Morse Wooster, a senior fellow at the Capital Research Center, specializes in writing about philanthropy. He is the author of three books: Angry Classrooms, Vacant Minds; How Great Philanthropists Failed and How You Can Protect Your Legacy; and Great Philanthropic Mistakes. His monographs include Should Foundations Live Forever? (Capital Research Center), The Foundation Builders (Philanthropy Roundtable,) Return to Charity? (Capital Research Center), By Their Bootstraps (Manhattan Institute), and Games Universities Play (James G. Martin Center). 

Wooster has been an editor at The American Enterprise, Reason, the Wilson Quarterly, and Harper’s Magazine He has contributed to the Encyclopedia of Philanthropy, the Encyclopedia of Civil Rights, and Notable American Philanthropists.

Wooster’s articles and reviews have appeared numerous publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Washington Times, American Spectator, and Reason, to name just a few. Wooster has degrees in history and philosophy from Beloit College.