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Working communally : patterns and possibilities

Author: David French, (Economist); Elena French
Publisher: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, [1975]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David French, (Economist); Elena French
ISBN: 0871542919 9780871542915
OCLC Number: 1530467
Description: 269 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I: Context --
1. The work system as oppression-roots of discontent --
2. The "new values" --
3. The communal work place-vision and values --
Part II: Patterns --
4. American in the nineteenth century-determinants of communal success --
5. American in the 1960s-the counterculture communes --
6. America in the 1970s-cooperatives and "new communities" --
7. Experiments abroad --
8. Alternatives for total systems-socialism and anarchism --
Part III: Possibilities --
9. Anticipations of a new communalism?-Twin Oaks, Grateful Union, the Bruderhof --
10. Communial work-examples, technologies, attributes --
11. Making communal work work-economics and law --
12. The communal work place and social change.
Responsibility: David French and Elena French.
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