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Thus in many developing countries, including our own, in its earlier period, education and health services were originally developed on a philanthropic basis as a part of a social welfare complex. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 27(3), 3-20. Some researchers have pointed out that these models do not exist in unadulterated forms and that the differences between them produce disparate results if they are compared according to social sector rather than according to whether universal benefits apply.

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