Worker Cooperatives and Revolution
History and Possibilities in the United States

Wright, Chris
Year Published:  2014  
Pages:  260pp   ISBN:  978-1-63263-432-0
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX21018

Wright believes that the 'solidarity economy', fits within a Marxist understanding of what is needed to bring about a grassroots transformation of the economy.

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Table of Contents:

CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER TWO - THE SOCIOLOGY AND ECONOMICS OF WORKER COOPERATIVES
Collectives
Organizational structure .
Wages and employment
Incentives, job satisfaction, productivity, and 'the political effects of participation'
Medium-sized and larger cooperatives Organizational structure
Wages and employment
Incentives, job satisfaction, productivity, and the political effect of participation
Other issues

CHAPTER THREE - WORKER COOPERATIVES IN AMERICAN HISTORY

CHAPTER FOUR - MARXISM AND THE ALTERNATIVE ECONOMY
Theory
Practice

CHAPTER FIVE - NEW ERA

CHAPTER SIX - CONCLUDING THOUGHTS ON REVOLUTION

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