Isn't it necessary to overthrow first capitalism in order to be able to implement cooperatives?

How it is possible to implement cooperatives within a system that allows the existence of the market, and more important, the existence of competition. The existence of this voracious competition between capitalist would not impede the normal functioning of a cooperative, which would end up acquiring capitalist habits in order to compete? It is not necessary to overthrow first capitalism and then implement cooperatives? I write this from spain, where cooperatives enterprises like Mondragon are supposed to be different from the capitalist ones but they are really the same thing.

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  • Alejandro
    published this page in Ask Prof. Wolff 2017-12-07 13:20:52 -0500