Can Private Philanthropy Step in for Government?

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Can Private Philanthropy Step in for Government?

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Are philanthropy and voluntarism a substitute for government in addressing America's social challenges? Ben Page uses a pioneering new survey of affluent Americans to identify the contributions of the affluent and the limitations of relying on their philanthropy. Professor Melissa Stone, one of the country's leading students of non-profits and philanthropy, will moderate the discussion with Professor Page.

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Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN, The Center for Integrative Leadership and The Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center, Humphrey School

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Page, Ben; Stone, Melissa. (2013). Can Private Philanthropy Step in for Government?. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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