6 edition of Co-Ops, Communes & Collectives found in the catalog.
by Pantheon Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||326|
By bringing people together within co-ops it was hoped that the ingrained cultural posits of individualism and authoritarianism could be, in part, replaced with a new cooperativism compatible with the basic principles of socialism. As Free Vermont began to reach out to the communes, they soon launched a number of co-ops across the state. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. SAGE Reference The complete guide for your research journey. SAGE Navigator The essential social sciences literature review tool. SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people.
JOURNALOF COMPARATIVEECONOMICS4,%` () Collectives,Communes,and Incentives L. DWIGHT ISRAELSEN' Department of Economics, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah Received J ; revised February Israelsen, L. D.-Collectives,Communes, and Incentives A model of individual-workerincentivesin alternativeeconomic organiza- tions-collective,communal, Cited by: A round-up of our best content on intentional communities. According to Geoph Kozeny of Community Catalyst Project in San Francisco, California, an "intentional community is a group of people who have chosen to live together with a common purpose, working cooperatively to create a lifestyle that reflects their shared core values.
It Didn't Happen Here Why Socialism Failed in the United States paraphrased his father-in-law on the flyleaf of his book on America: "The most industrially advanced country shows to those who follow it on the industrial ladder the image of their own future." co-ops, communes, and collectives should be the places to try alternative. Workers Co-ops and Collectives counter capitalist notions and structures, providing an example to workers in other areas of how their workplaces and working lives could be changed when they organise and rid themselves of bosses. This is an important point, but it cuts both ways.
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Taylor I started writing this with a mission to explain just why it is that so many food co-ops suck so much. Active collectives, co-ops, and communes. So, I've been an inactive supporter of anarchism for the better part of the past 15 years.
I'm considering abandoning the life that just doesn't mesh with my personal philosophies and moving on to visit some collectives, co-ops, and communes.
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This epic book includes: 1, communities. Full-page maps showing where communities are located. Charts that compare communities by more than 30 different qualities. CO-Ops Communes & Collectives by John Case (3 times) New Buffalo: Journals from a Taos Commune (Counterculture) by Arthur Kopecky (3 times) The Spirit of Findhorn by Eileen Caddy (3 times) The joyful community: An account of the Bruderhof, a communal movement now in its third generation (A Phoenix book) by Benjamin David Zablocki (3 times).
Mansbridge, Jane J (), "The agony of inequality", in Case, John; Taylor, Rosemary C R (eds.), Co-ops, communes & collectives: experiments in social change in the s and s, New York: Pantheon Books, pp. –, ISBN Co-ops and Communes for, by, and of Tax Resisters Occasionally, tax resisters will join forces to form cooperative housing or business relationships that help to facilitate their resistance.
This is most often found among war tax resisters, for whom resistance is an ongoing commitment rather than a protest or rebellion against a particular.
West of Eden charts the remarkable flowering of communalism in the s and '70s, fueled by a radical rejection of the Cold War corporate deal, utopian visions of a peaceful green planet, the new technologies of sound and light, and the ancient arts of ecstatic release.
The book focuses on the San Francisco Bay Area and its hinterlands, which. ‘These are only a handful of examples with many more similar instances in co-ops, collectives and worker owned enterprises, around the world.’ ‘Factors such as a lack of trust and low community cohesion, limited access to public goods, and the existence of social collectives such as religious groups have been common characteristics of.
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"The counterculture--from the North Beach Parnassus to the underground press--and 'the Movement'--from Marxists to anarchists--all of it depended on a magnificent base, and here it is described, magnificently: the Oakland breakfast program, the Alcatraz occupation, the Mime troupe, and pot farms, the communes, the collectives, the co-ops of California during the s.
By bringing people together within co-ops it was hoped that the ingrained cultural posits of individualism and authoritarianism could be, in part, replaced with a new cooperativism compatible with the basic principles of socialism.
As Free Vermont began to reach out to the communes, they soon launched a number of co-ops across the state. * This calls to mind works on the “underground press” in the s and books like the edited volume by John Case and Rosemary C.R.
Taylor, Co-ops, Communes & Collectives: Experiments in Social Change in the s and s () and John Curl’s For All the People: Uncovering the Hidden History of Cooperation, Cooperative Movements and.
Free Vermont was a network of communes and collectives throughout the state of Vermont. It existed from the late s through the mids.
It encompassed over a dozen communes and hundreds of people. They put out their own newspaper called "Free Vermont!". The book also serves as a de facto introduction to the history of American socialism and the American Left more broadly. As a newcomer to labor history, this is what I found most useful-- for example, I hadn't realized the extent Though dry at times, Lipset and Marks systematically go through theories of why socialism never took off on the US/5.Hadn’t Mailer, after all, told the Pod in private that he admired his book, before attacking it in public?
maybe organizing themselves as they please into co-ops, communes, collectives or.John Case & Rosemary C.R. Taylor, Co-Ops, Communes and Collectives Andre Gorz, Farewell to the Working Class Capitalist enterprises alienate workers from their work in several ways.
One way is the production of goods for profit, not use. This leads to the production of useless goods, followed by a psychological - 21 -File Size: KB.