Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy James Dellinger

ISBN: 9781892934130

Published: in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative. Each entryMorePublished in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative. Each entry contains contact information, annual revenues, and bullet points of politically noteworthy activities. While not definitive or exhaustive, the Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is intended to inform readers about the political background and policy preferences of advocacy groups frequently cited

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Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy  by  James Dellinger

Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy by James Dellinger
in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative. Each entryMorePublished in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative. Each entry contains contact information, annual revenues, and bullet points of politically noteworthy activities. While not definitive or exhaustive, the Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is intended to inform readers about the political background and policy preferences of advocacy groups frequently cited | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 178 pages | ISBN: 9781892934130 | 4.64 Mb

Published in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative. Each entryMorePublished in 2008, the Capital Research Center’s Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is a directory of over one hundred of the most prominent nonprofit public interest and political advocacy groups in America, both liberal and conservative.

Each entry contains contact information, annual revenues, and bullet points of politically noteworthy activities. While not definitive or exhaustive, the Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy is intended to inform readers about the political background and policy preferences of advocacy groups frequently cited by the news media such as AARP, ACLU, American Enterprise Institute, Americans for Tax Reform, Brookings Institution, Code Pink, Common Cause, and numerous others.



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