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In the Age of Disaster Capitalism, Is ‘Survival Socialism’ the Solution?

In this article, Laura Flanders writes for The Nation “In the Age of Disaster Capitalism, Is ‘Survival Socialism’ the Solution?” In this article, she writes about the needs for alternative to the boom and bust cylce of capitalism, as well as featuring graphic designed by Dylan Petrohilos 

Brown is tall and bald, mid-40s, but, even now, you can imagine him as a boy, smart and obsessive, taking radios apart to study their workings and reassemble them better. What he’s been tinkering with since he was elected to the Preston City Council in 2002, at age 30, is the machinery of city government. In 2011, after a 12-year plan to create jobs fell apart when a powerful name-brand retailer pulled out of what was to have been a shiny new shopping center, Brown reached out to Ted Howard of the Democracy Collaborative, an American “think-and-do tank” that he’d been reading about online. The collaborative helped start the Evergreen Cooperatives in Cleveland.

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Publication date: 2018-07-18
Parent publication: The Nation
Publication URL: In the Age of Disaster Capitalism, Is ‘Survival Socialism’ the Solution?

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