Philanthropy, Patronage and Civil Society – Thomas Adams (ed)

Histories of philanthropy have often neglected European patterns of giving and the importance of financial patronage to the emergence of modern industrialized societies. This book offers case studies from Germany, Great Britain and North America that challenge long-held assumptions about the modern development of philanthropy.

Philanthropy, Patronage and Civil Society
Thomas Adams (ed) Indiana University Press $37.95 ISBN 0253343135

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