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Resource ID: #20078
Subject: Religion
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
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Date: 10-Mar

Description

The Journal reports on how religious charities are beginning to practice a "so-called stewardship" -- providing all kind of goodies to prominent donors -- which "increasingly comes to resemble plain old fund-raising." The story finds that, "despite secular competition, religion still is America's favorite philanthropic category, with more than $70 billion going to churches, synagogues and other religious organizations in 1997 ... But the share of their charitable dollars Americans give to religion has been shrinking..."

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