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Growing solid paintings is a pragmatic advisor booklet, that recounts the tales of a few of the main winning social entrepreneurial courses working this day, with genuine existence examples of and the way they overcame either actual and societal limitations to create a long-lasting influence at the international they come upon.

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While social enterprise seemed to be poised to remake philanthropy and commercial business, it is now at a historical turning point. Social entrepreneurship still continues as a meme and movement; if it lives up to its own rhetoric by taking a rigorous and radical new look at itself, it can rise above the challenges posed by recent social and economic shifts. However, it also faces the all too real possibility of being co-opted and marginalized in a manner akin to that of civil society. Signs of marginalization are already evident in the media and among nonprofits.

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