Return to Charity?: Philanthropy and the Welfare State

Return to Charity Philanthropy and the Welfare State, by Martin Morse Wooster, clearly explains how the Victorian idea of charity for the poor was replaced by twentieth century social concepts of poverty and social welfare, which culminated in the Great Society welfare entitlement programs of the 196os Wooster also identifies modern American conservatives who rediscovReturn to Charity Philanthropy and the Welfare State, by Martin Morse Wooster, clearly explains how the Victorian idea of charity for the poor was replaced by twentieth century social concepts of poverty and social welfare, which culminated in the Great Society welfare entitlement programs of the 196os Wooster also identifies modern American conservatives who rediscovered the older idea of charity and who favor faith based social service programs Court cases permitting government assistance to faith based groups are discussed.
Return to Charity Philanthropy and the Welfare State Return to Charity Philanthropy and the Welfare State by Martin Morse Wooster clearly explains how the Victorian idea of charity for the poor was replaced by twentieth century social concepts of pove

  • Title: Return to Charity?: Philanthropy and the Welfare State
  • Author: Martin Wooster
  • ISBN: 9781892934055
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
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