I think Walt's vision for the park was to create a business entity that could provide first class amusement for entire families to enjoy. People didn't believe in the way he wanted to provide said amusement (no roller coasters, lush scenery, etc.), but I'm pretty sure he knew people would pay good money to see it.
My point is, Walt never built Disneyland out of a philanthropic desire - he just wanted to offer the best entertainment he could as a means of doing buisness. Just like the way he did with Snow White.
And I see nothing wrong with that.
I always see Disneyland as one of Walt's "children". Any parent wants their child to be successful and financially secure. They also want them to be happy with their lives and their decisions, to not gain their success at the expense of others and to remain true to themselves.
i think Walt would reluctantly roll with the new Disney business model to a point,...it would not be as out of hand as it is now, it would be more controlled with more care taken towards bettering the park and its image then.rubber stamping a Disney star in every turn...