Scientific Philanthropy (United States)

Scientific philanthropy was a movement first begun by members of Protestant social and economic elites to curtail urban poverty and begging in England in the 1860s. Between 1877 and 1920, scientific charity spread rapidly to most northeastern and midwestern large- and ...

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