Excerpt from the introduction: "A given donor's interests become more pronounced, or at least her objectives become more particularly identifiable, when the donor makes her contribution in the form of a restricted gift. A restricted gift is one with respect to which the donor has specified certain terms and conditions that are to govern the administration and/or application of the gifted assets. The donor's interests, in this regard, include a general desire "[t]o be assured [that her] gifts will be used for the purpose for which they were given." The overriding issue is thus one of honoring donor intent. As time passes after the inception of the gift, the issue is often less favorably characterized as one of enduring and potentially unwise dead-hand control." 41 pp.