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Three Lessons Government Can Learn from the Nonprofit Community

by Jim White and David Austin • May 2016 In today’s hyped campaign season, candidates whip up the crowds with a lot promises about what they – and by extension – the government can do. Make America great again!  Create jobs!  Free health care! Tax the rich! Promises are often linked to money, and some would have […]
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The Invisible Hand by Verne Sedlacek

“The 18th century philosopher and contributing founder of modern economics, Adam Smith, coined the term “invisible hand” to describe how individuals working in their own self-interest can benefit society as a whole. In the United States today there is an invisible hand driven not by self-interest but by altruism that benefits millions every day. This […]
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