Capitalism and charity

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December 30, 2010
by Jeffrey A. Tucker  
Posted in Commentary

"[F]ifteen years ago, in the age of mail sacks and sticky stamps, none of this would have been possible. You had to have money to raise money, and the money you raised went to raising more money .... Today, a small donation goes so much further. A bit of web programming makes the donation interface possible. It takes just a minute to type in your credit card information. Everyone benefits. It gets me wondering: are we beginning to see the emergence of a new culture of giving, made possible by technology that makes it ever easier to give small amounts or micro-donations?" (12/31/10)  

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