Monthly Archives: October 2009

Mondragon, Cleveland, Sacramento

I’m about to embark upon a month of travel in Spain and the Rust Belt. In Spain’s Basque Country, I’ll be spending ten days studying Mondragon, which is the world’s largest and most complex system of worker ownership. It has … Continue reading

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Txalaparta mania

Over the last few weeks I’ve developed a little Basque thing. I have long been fascinated by these folks, but that has mostly been due to their creation of Mondragon, the world’s most advanced system of worker ownership (which I’ll be visiting next week. Over … Continue reading

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Happy Co-op Month!

October is Co-op Month (insert fanfare). This blog is all co-ops, all the time, so it would be nothing special for me to promote co-ops. Instead, to commemorate this special occasion, I’m going to step aside for a moment and … Continue reading

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