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Cooperative Enterprise and System Change

“The years since the financial crisis have been good to cooperatives. Faced with spiraling economic, social and ecological crises, many people are turning to cooperative enterprise and worker ownership for solutions—one of the few bright spots in an otherwise gloomy overall picture of stagnation, falling real wages, rising inequality, public retrenchment and social and environmental decay.”

Read more from The Democracy Collaborative’s Joe Guinan here.

Publication date: 2013-12-31
Parent publication: Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) Newsletter
Publisher: Grassroots Economic Organizing
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