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210). 8 Fairbairn, B. (1994). The meaning of Rochdale: The Rochdale Pioneers and the cooperative principles. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Cooperatives, University of Saskatchewan (p. 2). 9 Marx, K. (1992). The First International and after: Political writings, Volume 3. London: Penguin (p. 79). , p. 80. 1 Greig de Peuter & Nick Dyer-Witheford 50 Ibid. Ibid. 13 K. K. (2006). A postcapitalist politics. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press (pp. 108-109). 14 See: Jossa, B. (2005). Marx, Marxism, and the cooperative movement.

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Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, p. 115. 46 Fairbairn, p. 20. 47 International Cooperative Alliance. J. Holyoake, cited in Fairbairn, p. 21. 49 See: Logue, J. S. (2006). Cooperatives, worker-owned enterprises, productivity and the International Labor Organization. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27(4), 686-690. 50 Gibson-Graham, pp. 101-126. For a celebratory account, see: Morrison, R. (1997). We build the road as we travel: Mondragon, a cooperative social system. Warner, NH: Essential.

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