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To Empower People: The Role of Mediating Structures in Public Policy…

by Peter L. Berger, Richard John Neuhaus

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In 1976, in the first edition of this book, Peter Berger and Richard John Neuhaus anticipated the major worldwide project of the 1990s: the renewal of civil society. They showed that such mediating structures as family, neighbourhood, church, and voluntary and civil associations are crucial institutions, whose weakening spells disaster.… (more)

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In 1976, in the first edition of this book, Peter Berger and Richard John Neuhaus anticipated the major worldwide project of the 1990s: the renewal of civil society. They showed that such mediating structures as family, neighbourhood, church, and voluntary and civil associations are crucial institutions, whose weakening spells disaster.

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