Don't you think that coop corporation should be held responsible for the impact of their decision on the community (in terms of social, environmental's... cost) and so governement and coop should work togetehe
Official response from Richard Wolff submitted
Absolutely yes. In my writings I try always to include - despite their primary focus on democratizing the workplace itself - some attention to how democratized workplaces and democratized residential communities would be con-determiners (and have veto-power) over one-another's decisions. That's precisely because the decisions taken in each community - workplace and residential - impact the other in multiple ways.
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