Nonprofit Organizations, Government, and the Welfare State
Michael Lipsky and Steven Rathgeb Smith examine the growing use of nonprofit service organizations to deliver public services. They show that despite rhetoric to the contrary that stresses the value of voluntarism, these nonprofit organizations are heavily dependent on government funding and have little independent financial capacity to service broad populations.
The Privatization Decision: Public Ends, Private Means, John D. Donahue Reviewed by Steven Rathgeb Smith
Beyond Privatization: The Tools of Government Action, Lester M. Salamon and Michael S. Lund Reviewed by Steven Rathgeb Smith
Feeding the Hungry with Surplus Commodities, Michael Lipsky and Marc A. Thibodeau
Black Men, White Cities: Race, Politics, and Migration in the United States, 1900-30, and Britain, 1948-68, Ira Katznelson Reviewed by Michael Lipsky
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