By B. Kirkman Gray
First released in 1905, this publication charts the historical past of English philanthropy from the Elizabethan interval via to the 19th century. In doing so, Benjamin Kirkman grey posed a few very important questions about sleek philanthropy, and mirrored at the that means and price of philanthropy. via old learn, the writer mentioned this complicated query, which, in a time sooner than the advance of the British welfare kingdom, used to be really topical.
This booklet might be of curiosity to these learning the heritage of philanthropy, social welfare and poverty.
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A History of English Philanthropy: From the Dissolution of the Monasteries to the Taking of the First Census: Volume 9 (Routledge Library Editions: The History of Social Welfare) by B. Kirkman Gray