Julian Wolpert (born 1933) is Bryant Professor Emeritus of Geography, Public Affairs, and Urban Planning at Princeton University. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has been a fellow at the Russell Sage Foundation, and has been a Guggenheim fellow. Wolpert is a nationally cited scholar in the field of charity and philanthropy in the United States, and has testified before Congress. He has challenged Marvin Olasky and other conservatives who believe that charity is the best way to care for the needy and poor.
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