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Cooperatives and Public Policy: A Partnership in Progress

Fighting for a new systemic vision

Read Gar Alperovitz and Steve Dubb’s report “Cooperatives and Public Policy: A Partnership in Progress” below.

Publication date: 2009-12-31
Parent publication: Cooperative Business Journal
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