To Anti-Privatization Ideologues: “Do Your Homework!”

The undermining of municipal attempts to find operating efficiencies  under P3 agreements has been going on for years. In fact, the battle lines haven’t moved much since 2002 when Public Works Financing asked a former anti-privatization activist to explain the modus operendi of his former employer, Wenonah Hauter, then Director of Ralph Nader’s Public Citizen’s Critical Mass Energy and Environment Program, who now heads Food & Water Watch.

Hauter, who holds an M.S. in Applied Anthropology from the University of Maryland, is an accomplished community organizer who has steadily advanced through the ranks of nonproft public-interest lobbyists in Washington, D.C.


About Bill Reinhardt

Editor of Public Works Financing newsletter
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