September 20, 2021
From Anarchist Studies
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‘When most people today think of the Co-op, they probably think of the supermarket …’

Máirtín Ó Catháin argues that the co-operative movement, as a non-state and democratic economic strategy built from the bottom up by workers themselves, is long overdue for recognition as a native manifestation of British anarchism.

‘A nation of shopkeepers’. The real lost history of British anarchism?




Source: Anarchiststudies.noblogs.org