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The winner (no longer) takes all

The worker-ownership plan endorsed by Labour politicians in the UK and by Sanders in the US has the potential to shift the tides and create an economy that works for many rather than a select few. 

Publication date: 2019-06-14
Parent publication: The Economist
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