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Take, for example, the logic at play in Richard Reeves’ article “We Love Capitalism,” published in The New Statesman: “The solution is this: for the people who work in an enterprise to have a real financial stake in its long-term performance. ”76 For worker coops to avert a co-optive fate they must be part of a larger vector of transformation moving beyond capitalism. ”78 It is, again, Marx who provides our point of reference--not, however, so much as a theorist of the seizure of state power but rather as an analyst of how modes of production emerge, grow, and become self-perpetuating.
The social innovations of autogestión in Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises: Cooperatively reorganizing productive life in hard times. 1177/0160449X09337903. 28 Fairbairn, pp. 27-28. 29 Canadian Worker Coop Federation. ) What is a worker coop? coop/worker-coop. Controversially, however, worker cooperatives can also employ hired labour, which is an example of how coops are antagonistic and accommodative to capital. 30 Ibid. 31 Ibid. 32 Hahnel, R. (2005). Economic justice and democracy: From competition to cooperation.
Html. 22 K. Marx, cited in Lebowitz, 2003, pp. 88-89. 23 See: Trigona, M. (2006, July 13). Zanon: Worker managed production, community and dignity. Toward Freedom. com/home/content/view/855/68/. 24 Canadian Worker Coop Federation. 25 Ibid. 26 M. Mendez, cited in Trigona. 27 See: Sitrin, M. ). (2006). Horizontalism: Voices of popular power in Argentina. Oakland, CA: AK Press; Vieta, M. (2010). The social innovations of autogestión in Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises: Cooperatively reorganizing productive life in hard times.