Owning the Means of Production: Pocket Lessons for Your Own Worker Co-op!
by Allen Killian-Moore Author
Have you ever thought about founding and running a successful worker-owned co-op? It takes more than just getting together with some friends and agreeing to share the work and profits. A business—even a small, unconventional one—requires planning, structure, and good business sense. Based on the trials and tribulations of the Jefferson People's House in Duluth, Minnesota, this guide will provide you with the tools to help start your own co-op.
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