Definition of Mutual aid
1. Noun. Arrangements made between nations to assist each other.
Generic synonyms: Logistic Assistance, Logistic Support
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutual Aid
Literary usage of Mutual aid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nineteenth Century (1896)
"mutual aid AMONGST MODERN MEN THE mutual-aid tendency in man has so remote an origin, and is so deeply interwoven with all the past evolution of the human ..."
2. Disaster Response and Recovery: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals by Diane Meyers (1996)
"Therefore, in most circumstances, mental health must augment staffing from two other sources: (1) volunteers or (2) mutual aid personnel from other agencies ..."
3. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor by United States Bureau of Labor (1911)
"RAILROAD PENSION AND mutual aid INSTITUTIONS. INTRODUCTION. The most important example of compulsory old-age and invalidity insurance in Italy is furnished ..."
4. Theory and Practice of Teaching: Or, The Motives and Methods of Good School by David Perkins Page (1885)
"mutual aid.—Selfishness. with minute objects, has never prevented his ... mutual aid. Every teacher should be willing to impart as well as to receive good. ..."
5. The Socialist Movement by James Ramsay MacDonald (1911)
"mutual aid. MUTUAL aid amongst men has played at least as great a part in human history as the struggle for life. Within his clan and tribe the individual ..."