Table of contents for How to change the world : social entrepreneurs and the power of new ideas / David Bornstein.

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Contents
Preface
1. Restless People
2. From Little Acorns Do Great Trees Grow
3.The Light in My Head Went On
F bio Rosa, Brazil: Rural Electrification
4. The Fixed Determination of an Indomitable Will
Florence Nightingale, England: Nursing
5. A Very Significant Force
Bill Drayton, United States: The Bubble 
6. Why Was I Never Told about This?
7. Ten¿Nine¿Eight¿Childline!
Jeroo Billimoria, India: Child Protection
8. The Role of the Social Entrepreneur
9. ¿What Sort of a Mother Are You?¿
Erzsébet Szekeres, Hungary: Assisted Living for the Disabled
10. Are They Possessed, Really Possessed, by an Idea?
11. If the World Is to Be Put in Order
Vera Cordeiro, Brazil: Reforming Healthcare
12. In Search of Social Excellence
13. The Talent Is Out There
J. B. Schramm, United States: College Access
14. New Opportunities, New Challenges
15. Something Needed to Be Done
Veronica Khosa, South Africa: Care for AIDS Patients
16. Four Practices of Innovative Organizations
17. This Country Has to Change
Javed Abidi, India: Disability Rights
18. Six Qualities of Successful Social Entrepreneurs
19. Morality Must March with Capacity
James Grant, United States: The Child Survival Revolution
20. Blueprint Copying
21. Conclusion
The Emergence of the Citizen Sector
Epilogue 
Afterword
Notes
Selected Readings

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social action -- Case studies.
Social service -- Case studies.
Social reformers -- Case studies.