American society has long been defined by an intricate and unique combination of the roles of government, business and the non-profit sector. Other cultures exist with most, if not all, of their society's needs met by business and government sectors that divide responsibility for funding religion, healthcare, education, welfare and other social needs. The role of the non-profit sector is minimal, if it exists at all. The Soviet Union, in its prime, springs to mind as a system in which
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