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by James A. Joseph


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The Charitable Impulse takes you beyond the mystique and into the psyche of some of the wealthiest people outside the United States. The first complete look at the intricate personalities and life experiences of legendary figures abroad, it presents philanthropy in a global context.

The Charitable Impulse takes you beyond the mystique and into the psyche of some of the wealthiest people outside the United States.

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Joseph, James A. (1989)The Charitable Impulse: Wealth and Social Conscience in Communities and Cultures Outside the United States, The Foundation Center, New York. Lawson, Douglas M. (1991)Give to Live: How Giving Can Change Your Life, ALTI Publishing, La Jolla, California. Layton, Daphne Niobe (1987)Philanthropy and Voluntarism: An Annotated Bibliography, The Foundation Center, New York. Lenzner, Robert (1985)The Great Getty: The Life and Loves of J. Paul Getty-Richest Man in the World, Crown Publishers, New York.

Joseph, J. The Charitable Impulse: Wealth and Social Conscience in Communities and Cultures Outside the United States. New Y ark: Foundation Center, 1989. Perspectives in American History, 1969, pp. 347-409. TERM Spring '14. PROFESSOR MollyE. TAGS The American, Democracy in America, Charitable organization, Non-profit organization, nonprofit organizations, voluntary associations, Nonprofit Leadership and Management, Nonprofit Leadership.

The charitable impulse. wealth and social conscience in communities and cultures outside the United States. Published 1989 by Foundation Center in New York. Philanthropists, Cross-cultural studies, Charities, Biography. Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-200).

There have been a variety of Christian views on poverty and wealth. At one end of the spectrum is a view which casts wealth and materialism as an evil to be avoided and even combated.


The Charitable Impulse: Wealth and Social Conscience in Communities and Cultures Outside the United States download epub
Social Sciences
Author: James A. Joseph
ISBN: 0879543000
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Foundation Center; 1st edition (1989)