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This is an excellent deep dive into worker-owned coops that are trying to contest power and build .

communemag.com/how-to-seize-th

@clayton Thanks for posting. I am a fan of Cooperation Jackson, like the author, but it really isn't enough to analyze their work by the model they have elaborated -- we really need more study of their practice on the ground...

@Matt_Noyes @clayton
Cooperation Jackson is in a difficult situation, surrounded by a hostile state, and they have been fairly self-critical. And they have survived so far. Have published a lot about practice on the ground. (But that's not the same as being and working there...)

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