UC41 Co-operators’ Fair Issue August-September 1980

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Undercurrents 41 Co-operators’ Fair Issue August-September 1980  Contents Link to download as .pdf

1 Eddies: News from everywhere 

7 What’s When & What’s What

9 What Are Co-ops For? – The Co-op Fair Organising Group

10 Where They Are: Map and gazetteer of Britain’s co-ops 

11 Can Big Be Beautiful? – Two Suma workers tell all 

13 Winds of Change – Nick Murgatroyd: Something NEW out of Hexham

14 Working Collectively – Tess McMahon: The difficulties and delights of direct democracy 

16 DeltaT, Ragged Robin and Computercraft

18 Interplay

19 No Messing – Freer Spreckley: Efficiency is not a dirty word 

20 Co-op Letters  – Helen Sanders and Ellen Buckingham: Comradely criticism 

22 Orgasmic Labour and National Economic Planning – John Southgate: How co-ops can stave off Doomsday 

23 A Letter from a Dissident – Vladimir Ulyanovitch: Co-ops are the acceptable face of socialism 

24 An Everyday Story of Co-operative Folk – Cartoons by Ingrid Emsden, Dave Bygott and Dan Daum; storyline by Dave Belden 

28 Macho Nations  – Robbie Brandwynne talks to Daniel Ellsberg 

30 Can Capitalism Co-opt Co-ops? – Dave Belden: The perils of the primrose path 

32 A Strong Voice of our Own – Dave Belden: How to keep co-ops on the straight and narrow 

34 Co-op Lit – Peter Clarke: A lightning tour round the literature 

36 The Undercurrents Review of Books

44 Letters – Your chance to get back at us 

46 Small Ads

47 Back Numbers

48 Subscription Form

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Published every two months by Undercurrents Ltd., 27 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R OAT. Full details of editorial meetings, distribution etc are on page 48.

ISSN 0306 2392

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