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Co-ops in Spain’s Basque Region Soften Capitalism’s Rough Edges

Expanding democratic ownership Redesigning the enterprise

“In a world grappling with the consequences of widening economic inequality, cooperatives are gaining attention as an intriguing potential alternative to the established mode of global capitalism. They emphasize one defining purpose: protecting workers. […] In the north of England, the city of Preston has promoted cooperatives as an antidote to a decade of national austerity. A series of cooperatives in Cleveland have been organized by a nonprofit, the Democracy Collaborative.”

Read the full article at The New York Times

Publication date: 2020-12-29
Publisher: The New York Times
Publication URL: Co-ops in Spain’s Basque Region Soften Capitalism’s Rough Edges

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