When a nonprofit organization realizes that a major donation came from illegally acquired funds, what, if anything, must it do with any buildings built with those funds? with the donor's name on the facility? with money left over? with any future donations from the donor? These questions are addressed from the point of view of Jewish law and ethics and then from the perspective of American law, with a final section comparing these two treatments of the issues to each other and to what Western theories of ethics would say about this situation.

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