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Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Fate of the Commons
Bruce R. SieversPaper: $29.95
"Bruce Sievers has made a distinctive contribution to our understanding of civil society."
James Allen Smith, Rockefeller Archive Center
This book will be considered important reading for political philosophers, doctoral students, and theorists interested in the connection of civil society and philanthropy. It outlines more clearly than most previously published work the implications of the conception of philanthropy as pursuit of the common good by private means.
—Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
Bruce Sievers has made a distinctive contribution to our understanding of civil society. With seventeenth-century Holland as his point of departure, he discusses the ways in which values and institutions have interacted and melded to shape modern civil society.
—James Allen Smith, Vice President and Director of Research and Education Rockefeller Archive Center
BRUCE R. SIEVERS is a visiting scholar and lecturer at Stanford University and adjunct professor at the Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management at the University of San Francisco.