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How to Make a Democratic Economy: Interview with Marjorie Kelly

Can you imagine a democratic economy: one that builds prosperity for the many, not just the few? Probably not, but it already exists in businesses across the country. But almost invisibly. And until we see what’s possible, we can never envision an alternate future.

Publication date: 2019-09-02
Parent publication: WOMR
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