Bibliography for Frank Lindenfeld (partial)
Bibliography for Frank Lindenfeld (partial)
Compiled by Len Krimerman and Jessica Gordon Nembhard, GEO Collective
An Analysis of Political Involvement (Ph.D. dissertation), Columbia University, 1961; 414 pages.
Workplace Democracy and Social Change (anthology, with Joyce Rothschild-Whitt), Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1982; contains Frank’s article, “12 Problems of Power in a Free School.”
A New Earth, the Jamaican Sugar Cane Workers, 1975-1981, co-authored by Monica Frolander-Ulf, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984.
Radical Perspectives on Social Problems; Readings in Critical Sociology, General Hall, Inc., 1986; contains Frank’s essay, “Routes to Social Change.” [2nd Edition, NY: Macmillian Company, 1973]
When Workers Decide: Workplace Democracy Takes Root in North America (anthology, with Len Krimerman, based on Changing Work Magazine), Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1992; contains their essays on “Taking Stock: Workplace Democracy’s Unique Potential for Progressive Change” and “Strategies for Strengthening the Workplace Democracy Movement”; and Franks’ "The O&O Supermarkets: Achievements and Lessons."
From the Ground Up, Essays on Grassroots and Workplace Democracy by C. George Benello (anthology, with Len Krimerman, Carol Korty, and Julian Benello), South End Press, 1993; contains their “Notes on a Practical Utopian” and “Benello’s Enduring Decentralist Legacy.”
II. SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUE
Cooperative Alternatives to Capitalism, guest edited by Frank in Humanity and Society, Volume 28, No. 3; August, 2004. Contains his introductory essay, “There are Many Alternatives: Positive Models for a Post-Capitalist Society”, along with essays by members of GEO and of the IIS, the International Institute for Self-Management.
III. ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, AND PAPERS
“Organizing Summerhill West, An Interim Report”; unpublished, dated by Frank as June, 1967.
“The Story of Summerhill West, a California Free School of the 1960s”; unpublished, dated by Frank as December 1970.
“Free Schools in North America”, unpublished, dated by Frank as April, 1974.
“Free Schools and Social Change”; in WIN Magazine, July 11, 1974; Vol. X, #25.
“Progressive, Summerhillian, and Radical Free Schools”; unpublished, no date, but probably written in 1974 or 1975.
“Easy Come, Easy Go, Growth and Turnover of Free Schools in North America”; in Edcentric Magazine; no date, but probably 1975.
“Alternative Institutions: the Road to Social Change?”; in WIN Magazine, August 5, 1976.
“Philadelphia’s Employee Owned and Operated Supermarkets”; in Changing Work, #1, Fall, 1984.
“Contemporary Workplace Democracy in the United States”; in Socialism and Democracy, #11, September, 1990.
Book Review: Work, Politics and Power: An International Perspective on Workers' Control and Self-Management (by Assef Bayat. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1991), In Critical Sociology Vol 18 (October 1991): 143-146.
“Promoting Community Development and Job Creation through Micro-Enterprise”; presented at the Association for Humanist Sociology, October, 1992.
Book Review: Looking Forward: Participatory Economics for the Twenty First Century (by Michael Albert and Robin Hahnel), In Social Anarchism #19 (1994) nothingness.org retrieved from http://library.nothingness.org/articles/SA/en/display/367.
“Why Do Some Worker Co-ops Succeed, While Others Fail? The Role of Internal and External Social Factors”; co-authored by Pamela Wynn of Bloomsburg University, and presented at the September, 1995 International Institute for Self-Management Conference in Hondarribia, Spain.
“The Cooperative Commonwealth: An Alternative to Corporate Capitalism and State Socialism.” Humanity and Society Vol. 21, No. 1 (February 1997): 3-16.
“Vision Statement”; in Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) Newsletter, Issue #34, Nov. Dec. 1998. [His “personal vision of economic and workplace democracy”, and the role of GEO in “encouraging and furthering” grassroots movements which share that vision.
“Local Challenges to Globalization: The Case for Building and Maintaining Sustainable Local Economies”; unpublished and undated, but probably written in at the of 2000.
“Worker Cooperatives: A Democratic Alternative to Capitalist Corporations.” In Applying Sociology: Making a Better World by William Du Bois and R. Dean Wright, Allyn and Bacon, 2001.
Commentary on "The Organization of Work as a Factor in Social Well-Being," Contemporary Justice Review, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2003), pp. 127-131.
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