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In "From Social Movement to Moral Market," Paul-Brian McInerney explores what happens when a movement of activists gives way to a market for entrepreneurs. This book explains the transition by tracing the brief and colorful history of the Circuit Riders, a group of activists who sought to lead nonprofits across the digital divide. In a single decade, this movement spawned ...more
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Published May 22nd 2014 by Stanford University Press (first published December 1st 2013)
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