Thursday, November 30, 2017

The Only Bright Spot in American Giving


SCIENCE
The Only Bright Spot in American Giving
Research highlights radical giving of poor and unpaid labor of women.
Will Mari
While we are generally a generous nation, or like to presume we are, we have some funny quirks about it. For one, we like to quantify it and focus quite a bit on the dollars and cents side of things. So much so, in fact, that the British journalist and Christian apologist G. K. Chesterton once teased us, a century ago, about our ostentatious, and not-so-Christlike charity: "An American will praise the prodigal generosity of some other man in giving up his own estate for the good of the poor," he wrote. "But he will generally say that the philanthropist gave them a 200-acre park, where an Englishman would think it quite sufficient to say that he gave them a park." continue reading >>


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