Walter Donway is a writer on political economy and founding trustee of The Atlas Society. He graduated cum laude from Brown University with a degree combining history, political science, philosophy, and literature. He was business/finance reporter for The Worcester Telegram and program officer, program director, and publications director for The Commonwealth Fund and The Dana Foundation. For a decade, he helped to staff the investment committee of the Dana Foundation. His articles on political economy appeared in the Wall Street Journal (lead op-ed article “In Defense of Decades of Greed”), Private Practice, Medical World News, Human Events, Commonweal, Pharos, Newsday, and other publications. He is a contributor to The New Individualist and to the Atlasphere, and AtlasSociety Web sites. Mr. Donway is a private investor and trader.