‘Everything For Everyone’ Brings Cooperative Revolution To Life

The most striking secret of emergent radical economic structures like worker ownership is that they aren’t radical at all. They’re not even new. As Jessica Gordon Nembhard has chronicled in the case of African-American cooperative economic structures over the past 300 years, and as John Curl encyclopedically laid out for U.S. history as a whole, material cooperation, either in opposition to capitalism or quietly alongside it, is an integral part of the American narrative.

It’s a history that free market think tanks and corporate propagandists don’t want us to know.

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