by Michael Volpe
Capital Research Center
February 06, 2014
Organization Trends
Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago receives much public praise for its mission of helping the unfortunate, but a bit of investigation reveals that it runs an elaborate network of nonprofits that appear to engage in the very kinds of misbehavior the group claims to combat. The elements of corruption are obvious: conflicts of interest, access to too much money and power, complicated and interlocking corporate structures, and the ability to operate with little or no oversight. Given the egregious allegations involved, the key questions to ask are: How widespread is the corruption, and just how much power does NHS wield, both locally and nationally?

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