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Beyond extraction: The political power of community wealth building

Martin O’Neill and Ted Howard write for Renewal: “Beyond extraction: The political power of community wealth building.” In this piece, they write about new ideas for the economy: 

An interview with Ted Howard, Co-Founder and President of the Democracy Collaborative, a Washington, D.C.-based ‘think-do tank’ that develops and promotes ideas for a more democratic economy. Howard is now an adviser to the Labour Party’s new Community Wealth Building Unit.

Read more in Renewal.

Publication date: 2018-06-30
Parent publication: Renewal
Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart
Publication URL: Beyond extraction: The political power of community wealth building

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