Mutual aid (organization theory)  

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"Eugène Raiga predicted that the setting up of socialist governments devoted to mutual aid would not inhibit these envious and jealous rivalries. As Helmut Schoeck points out, this has been amply proven."--The Tyranny of Malice (1989) by Joseph H. Berke

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In organization theory, mutual aid is a voluntary reciprocal exchange of resources and services for mutual benefit. Mutual aid, as opposed to charity, does not connote moral superiority of the giver over the receiver.

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