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The hand of God in the social safety net.

May 24, 2010, Vol. 15, No. 34 • By MARTIN MORSE WOOSTER
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God’s Economy is an exercise in political theory that will not change minds. But Daly is right to remind us that the roles that faith-based charities and the government should play in aiding the poor remain undefined—even after eight compassionately conservative George W. Bush years.

 

Martin Morse Wooster, director and senior fellow at the Capital Research Center, is the author of The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of ‘Donor Intent.’

 

 

 

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