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Scaling Up the Cooperative Movement

Expanding democratic ownership

How can we scale up the cooperative movement without losing our cooperative values?  That is the question contributors seek to answer in this collection of essays.  Contributors include Hilary Abell, Michael Johnson, Joe Guinan and Caitlin Quigley, along with contributing editors Thomas Hanna, Andrew McLeod and Len Krimerman.

Publication date: 2014-07-31
Publisher: Grassroots Economic Organizing
Publication URL: Scaling Up the Cooperative Movement
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