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Preston, Jeremy Corbyn’s model town

In The Economist, a look at Preston, England, where a Cleveland experiment at cooperative community development has inspired a major effort to localize the municipalize economy—one which is increasingly at the center of the economic agenda in Labour’s platform under Jeremy Corbyn.

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Publication date: 2017-10-18
Parent publication: The Economist
Publication URL: Preston, Jeremy Corbyn’s model town

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