First published in 1988, this book sets out to reinterpret the changing place of working-class association in capitalist Britain. It argues that in combination, co-operation and association constitutes labour's power - what is has to work with and who to work for - yet social historians have tended to overlook such views in a co-operative setting. What was the struggle, what form did it take, who were the protagonists and what relevance did they have to the community co-operators of the 1980s? The essays collected in this book explore class potential and class conflict within and against co-operative thought and practice.
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|Size: ||9.2 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781315447063 (DRM-EPUB)|
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