MJ117 Wrote:
May 30, 2012 12:38 PM
Greg, you are looking at history & not seeing the idea that we got stuck in a transition from abusive employers running rampant to the next stage with real workers joining efforts to undo their shackles, then when that work was done, the suits moved into the union office suites & the movement stalled in pointless struggles over nothing productive of good If we had made progress from that first effort -- avoiding the co-opting of managing workers from corporate bosses to union bosses -- we would have moved to the Mondragon workers' co-operative structure & all workers would OWN the business they work at, have their own managing control, & be paid from the year end's projected profits. Hence the model would be highly productive Research it