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For Democracy's Sake: Foundations and Democracy Assistance in Central Europe (Woodrow Wilson Center Special Studies) Paperback – March 7, 1997


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An interesting account of the role played by foundations―public and private―in assisting democratic development... a wealth of unique information and detail.

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Quigley presents a vast amount of new information, based on a comprehensive, sophisticated research effort. This material will be of great utility to persons interested in Eastern Europe, and the book will certainly become the standard work on the role of private foundations in the former communist states.

(Thomas Carothers, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, author of Assessing Democracy Assistance: The Case of Romania)

About the Author

Kevin F. F. Quigley was director of Public Policy at the Pew Charitable Trusts, where he developed a program in support of the transitions toward more democratic and market-oriented societies in Eastern Europe. He was a guest scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 1995 and 1996.


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