E.G. Nadeau

Click to read Michael Johnson's recent interview of E.G. Nadeau to discuss his new book The Cooperative Solution and E.G.'s views on the current state of the Cooperative Movement..

E.G. Nadeau

Michael Johnson recently interviewed E.G. Nadeau to discuss his new book The Cooperative Solution and E.G.'s views on the current state of the Cooperative Movement..

This issue of the GEO Newsletter is a Memorial Tribute to Frank Lindenfeld, a founder of the Economic Democracy Institute of North America (EDINA), of "Changing Work", a print magazine dedicated to new visions of work and the workplace (a predecessor to the GEO Newsletter), and of the GEO Newsletter.

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"398","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"326","style":"width: 267px; height: 181px; float: right; margin: 3px;","width":"480"}}]]Fifty years ago this November John Howard Griffin’s Black Like Me stunned white America with a truth it did not want to see: a virulent, soul-killing racism against African people was rampant within this reputed “democracy.” This issue of GEO explores the legacy of Gr

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