CURSELVES, C. by Leo R. Ward


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Letting the Co-ops speak for themselves, this is a tour of various communities which have adopted cooperation as a way of life which offers freedom, economic as well as moral. From a mining community in Dillon, Chio, to the Swedish and Finnish dairy-agricultural areas in the mid-west, here is co-operation on a divergent scale, whether limited to the local store or extending to undertaking, insurance, banking, housing, education, hospitalization, factories -- and finally religion. In the words of the men and women who make up the movement, this is propaganda for the ""Co-ops"", their values, economic, social, religious -- possibilities as a world movement -- actuality now. A book to extend our awareness of the movement in the U.S.A.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1945
Publisher: Harper