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|Material Type:||Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Olga M Lazin
|Description:||xvi, 490 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.|
Civil society, civic society, and free trade vs. the negative heritage of statism --
From gradual to "fast-track" globalization: free trade blocs and open communications --
Rise of the U.S. philanthropic model and redefining its meaning and variants --
The Rockefeller centralized foundation and Latin America --
Rise of the U.S. decentralized model for philanthropy: George Soros' open society and national foundations in Eastern Europe --
Case studies of philanthrophy and globalization in Mexico and Eastern Europe's Romania --Globalization and two new models (El Paso Community Foundation; the Turner and Gates personal foundations) and one anti-model (Fidelity).
|Other Titles:||Free markets, U.S. foundations, and the rise of civil and civic society from Rockefeller's Latin America to Soros' Eastern Europe
Free markets, United States foundations, and the rise of civil and civic society from Rockefeller's Latin America to Soros' Eastern Europe
|Responsibility:||by Olga Magdalena Lazin.|
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Federalization of Romania and Mexico
A long-awaited book on federalism. Devolution of power is absolutely necessary in Romania where centralism destroys any hope for change for the population. Same for Mexico. Recognized as best book in this field of knowledge, it is a must read for serious students of History of the 21st century....
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