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Democratic Economic Projects Confronting Inequality Expand Across the U.S.

Ted Howard and Marjorie Kelly explore how people are building a more equitable economy at the local level and relocalizing wealth, engaging communities, and empowering workers. Their book “The Making of a Democratic Economy: Building Prosperity for the Many, Not Just the Few,” recognizes that the majority of Americans now believe that our current wealth gap hurts us, both individually and as a nation.

Publication date: 2019-07-28
Parent publication: Counterpoint
Publication URL: https://btlonline.org/democratic-economic-projects-confronting-inequality-expand-across-the-u-s/

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