Owning the Means of Production: Pocket Lessons for Your Own Worker Co-op!
Have you ever thought about founding and running a successful worker-owned co-op? It takes more than just getting together with some friends and agreeing to share the work and profits. A business- even a small, unconventional one- requires planning, structure, and good business sense. Based on the trials and tribulations of the Jefferson People's House in Duluth, Minnesota, this guide by Allen Killian-Moore will provide you with the tools to help start your own co-op.
90 pages, size between A6-A5. Black & white with pink card cover.