In this segment, I emphasize the importance of having a real vision of the world we wish to see; if we don’t have an answer to the question “If you don’t like capitalism, and you don’t like state socialism, then what do you want?”, then there’s no reason to take what we’re saying seriously. My claim in the segment below is that we can ground our vision of this new system in existing economic practices of cooperation and community building…

Incidentally, if you are in Madison or are heading there for the Democracy Convention (already underway), I’ll be speaking there on two panels on Saturday August 26th, one on the cooperative alternative to capitalism and the other a plenary session on “reform or revolution.”

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