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Mark Clague and Michael Mauskapf

providing charitable services to the general public, a growing tension between orchestras, opera companies, and popular audiences would lead to ongoing disagreement regarding their nonprofit status. 2. The rise of singing schools. By the turn of the 20th century, the nonprofit sector had begun to distinguish itself more clearly from the public and for-profit sectors by addressing societal needs not met by government or big business. Nonprofit organizations of all types appeared in industries where the government failed to provide adequate services and