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by Merle Curti

Author: Merle Curti
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Transaction Publishers (January 1, 1988)
Pages: 656 pages
Category: Other
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American Philanthropy Abroad (Society and Philanthropy Series) Sep 29, 2017. American paradox: The conflict of thought and action Jan 1, 1973. by Merle Eugene Curti. by Merle Eugene Curti, Kendall Birr.

Curti, Merle E. American philanthropy abroad: a history (Rutgers UP, 1963). McCarthy, Kathleen D. American creed: Philanthropy and the rise of civil society, 1700-1865 (U of Chicago Press, 2003). Grimm, Robert T. Notable American Philanthropists: Biographies of Giving and Volunteering (2002) excerpt. Taylor, Marilyn . Robert J. Strom; David O. Renz (2014).

American Philanthropy Abroad. This book tells for the first time, in rich detail, and without apologetics, what Americans have done, in the voluntary sector and often without official sanction, for human welfare in all parts of the world. Beneath the currently fashionable rhetoric of anti-colonialism is the story of people who have aided victims of natural disasters such as famines and earthquakes, and what they contributed to such agencies of cultural and social life as libraries, schools, and colleges.

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Second, philanthropists can take risks that others won’t. I believe philanthropy grows out of a human impulse to be of service, to help, and to make a difference to others

Second, philanthropists can take risks that others won’t. The public sector produces goods and services to help improve society, but they do that with tax monies. I believe philanthropy grows out of a human impulse to be of service, to help, and to make a difference to others. It’s important to address the fundamental question of why people who ‘have’ give to those who ‘have no.

Doing philanthropy involves acts as diverse as consoling or cavorting with a child who has cancer . 1988, Merle Curti, For Welfare and Culture, in American Philanthropy Abroad (Society and Philanthropy Series), New Brunswick, .

Doing philanthropy involves acts as diverse as consoling or cavorting with a child who has cancer, taking tickets at an art exhibit, writing a check for a relief agency, investing in the endowment of a private liberal arts college, and raising the funds that make the endowment possible. uncountable) Charitable giving, charity. Oxford: Transaction Books, →ISBN, pages 184–185: Walter Vrooman, a well-to-do Kansas liberal, and Charles A. Beard, undertook a philanthropy designed to build solidly on a British base.

This book tells for the first time, in rich detail, and without apologetics, what Americans have done, in the voluntary sector and often without official sanction, for human welfare in all parts of the world. Beneath the currently fashionable rhetoric of anti-colonialism is the story of people who have aided victims of natural disasters such as famines and earthquakes, and what they contributed to such agencies of cultural and social life as libraries, schools, and colleges.The work of an assortment of individuals, from missionaries to foundation executives, has advanced public health, international education, and technical assistance to the Third World. These people have also assisted in relief and relocation of refugees, displaced persons, and those who suffered religious and racial persecution. These activities were especially noteworthy following the two world wars of the twentieth century.The United States established great foundations―Carnegie, Rosenwald, Phelps-Stokes, Rockefeller, Ford, among others―which provided another face of capitalist accumulation to those in backward economic regions and those suffering political persecution. These were meshed with religious relief agencies of all denominations that also contributed to make possible what Arnold Toynbee called “a century in which civilized man made the benefits of progress available to all mankind.” This is a massive work requiring more than five years of research, drawing upon a wide array of hitherto unavailable materials and source documents.