Thoughts on The New Yorker’s Pope piece
Mark Binker, of the News & Record, discusses The New Yorker aricle about Art Pope.
“A piece in The New Yorker magazine released today profiles Raleigh multi-millionaire Art Pope, who has become a force to be reckoned with in North Carolina politics. The piece both paints Pope as someone who has used his wealth to buy control of the state government and who is at the center of a class struggle between wealthy businessmen and the poor.”
Source: News & RecordCategories: Philanthropy, Public Service