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Civil society forms the backbone of our nation by bringing individuals, institutions, and families together to strengthen our communities. Existing alongside government and private business, civil society directs the philanthropic impulse of Americans toward solving social problems such as homelessness and poverty, or supporting causes like education, the environment, animal welfare, health, and social justice. Americans should be free to give to the causes they choose. The government should not prioritize some causes over others or crowd out private giving, but rather leave more income in the hands of individuals or corporations to direct to civil institutions.
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Children of the Flag

Rebecca Burgess | Blog
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Policy Focus: Fixing Our Child Welfare System to Help America’s Most Vulnerable Kids

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Policy Focus
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The Military’s Families

Rebecca Burgess | Blog
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What to Expect this Giving Tuesday

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
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Thanksgiving, War, and Peace

Rebecca Burgess | Blog
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Two Truths And A Lie: Food And Holidays

Julie Gunlock | Two Truths and a Lie
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FACT CHECK: Do Virginia History Standards Leave Out the Civil Rights Movement?

Ginny Gentles | Unicorn Fact Check
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Colorado’s Concerning New Social Studies Standards

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
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The Idea of the American Veteran

Rebecca Burgess | Op-Ed
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Gordon Logan on Veterans Day and the “Help A Hero” Scholarship

Beverly Hallberg & Gordon Logan | She Thinks Podcast
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The Veteran

Rebecca Burgess | Op-Ed
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Not All Veterans Are Created Equal

Rebecca Burgess | Blog

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