America's Third Sector

Levy, Reynold
April 1990
Vital Speeches of the Day;4/1/90, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p377
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Presents a speech by Reynold Levy, president of AT&T Foundation and Vice President of the American Telephone and Telegraph, delivered at the International Symposium on Good Corporate Citizenship in Tokyo, Japan on November 13, 1989. Role of corporate organizations in public welfare; Social responsibility of the non-profit sector in the U.S.; Analysis of non-profit income in 1980.


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