A Wall Street Journal Exclusive: The Morality of Charles Koch

A libertarian billionaire embraces a Catholic business school for its ethics.

October 2, 2017

For those who regard capitalism and Christianity as mortal enemies, few villains loom as large as Charles Koch, whose name in some quarters has become a synonym for a system based on greed and exploitation. By his own admission, the libertarian-leaning billionaire is not religious. So why would such a man choose the Catholic University of America for a $10 million gift to help relaunch its business school?