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Student's guide for writing college papers

Student's guide for writing college papers

Author: Kate L Turabian
Publisher: Chicago [etc.] : Univ. of Chicago Press, 1974.
Series: Phoenix book, 134
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd rev. ed. (6th impr.)View all editions and formats

A thought-provoking challenge to our ideas about philanthropy, marking it as a deeply political activity that allows the wealthy to dictate more than we think.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate L Turabian
ISBN: 0226816141 9780226816142
OCLC Number: 783704597
Description: X, 205 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction Chapter 1. Donations and Deference Chapter 2. Equality and Philanthropic Relationships Chapter 3. Plutocratic Philanthropy Chapter 4. Philanthropic Paternalism Chapter 5. Ordinary Donors and Democratic Philanthropy Chapter 6. International Philanthropy Conclusion Acknowledgments Notes Bibliography Index
Series Title: Phoenix book, 134
Responsibility: by Kate L. Turabian.


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"Ms. Saunders-Hastings, a political scientist at Ohio State University, believes that philanthropy is in tension with democracy-may even be harmful to it. Her critique is worth taking seriously. . ." Read more...

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