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Economic Update: Worker Co-Ops Rising

Expanding democratic ownership

Prof. Richard Wolff interviews John Duda, Director of Communications at the Democracy Collaborative and one of the founders of Red Emma’s bookstore and coffeehouse, a 30-member worker cooperative in Baltimore.

Publication date: 2019-07-14

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