Who's Giving? Who's Receiving?

Americans pride themselves on their philanthropy. Our economic contributions to charity and volunteerism far exceed those of other countries in the developed world. This has been true since the 17th century when Cotton Mather announced to the people of Boston that their charitable works were well known in heaven. There is no way to track the true impact of American generosity, other than using statistics

Americans pride themselves on their philanthropy. Our economic contributions to charity and volunteerism far exceed those of other countries in the developed world. This has been true since the 17th century when Cotton Mather announced to the people of Boston that their charitable works were well known in heaven. There is no way to track the true impact of American generosity, other than using statistics gathered from tax returns or surveys. Although not a true reflection of the scope of A

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