CAPITAL RESEARCH CENTER

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Capital Research Center (CRC) was established in 1984 to study non-profit organizations, with a special focus on reviving the American traditions of charity, philanthropy, and voluntarism.  
 
Since the launch of the Great Society programs by President Johnson and Congress in the 1960s, many thousands of nonprofit advocacy groups have emerged, often promoting more government welfare programs in areas once considered the domain of families, charities, neighborhood associations, and other voluntary organizations. The growth of government has increasingly supplanted the voluntary action and community-based problem solving that the great observer of early American society, Alexis de Toqueville, recognized as a defining feature of our country.

Capital Research Center is analyzing organizations that promote the growth of government and in identifying viable private alternatives to government regulatory and entitlement programs. Our research forms the basis for a variety of publications.
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American Civil Rights Union
American Conservative Union
American Council Science & Health
American Legislative Exchange Cou
Americans For Prosperity
Ashbrook Ctr For Public Affairs
Bill Of Rights Institute
Bluegrass Institute
Claremont Institute
Comm. For A Constructive Tommorro
Commonwealth Foundation
EdChoice
Franklin Center
FreedomWorks
Fund For American Studies
Heritage Action for America
Heritage Foundation
Illinois Policy Institute
Institute For Humane Studies
James Madison Institute
Judicial Watch
Leadership Institute
Media Research Center
Mercatus Center
National Center For Public Policy
Pacific Legal Foundation
Radio America
State Policy Network
Tax Foundation
Texas Public Policy Foundation
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