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Title When workers decide : workplace democracy takes root in North America / edited by Len Krimerman and Frank Lindenfeld.
Imprint Philadelphia, PA : New Society Publishers, [1992]

Subject Management -- Employee participation -- United States.
Employee ownership -- United States.
Alt Name Krimerman, Leonard I. (Leonard Isaiah), 1934-
Lindenfeld, Frank.
Description xi, 308 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 268-282) and index.
ISBN 0865712018
OCLC # 26339173
Table of Contents
Ch. 1Changing Worklife: Grassroots Activism Takes a New Turn 
  Common Questions about Employee Ownership ICA Group9
Ch. 2Start from Practice: Let a Thousand Democratic Enterprises Bloom 
  Salsedo Press: Community Roots, Quality Printing / Eric Hart13
  Watermark Artisans: A Lifetime Path of Economic and Personal Empowerment / Carolyn McKecuen21
  The Hoedads: Building Worker Cooperatives in the Pacific Northwest / Hal Hartzell26
  Colt Enterprises, Inc.: Union-Based Self-Determination in Texas / Jackie Van Anda31
  High School in the Community: A Worker-Controlled Educational Environment / Matt Borenstein37
Ch. 3Gimme Shelter: Technical Assistance Organizations 
  Rebuilding the Labor Movement and the Industrial Heartland: The Midwest Center for Labor Research / Dan Swinney53
  Developing Economic Power through Community-Labor Alliances: The Federation for Industrial Retention and Renewal: Interview with Jim Benn60
  Technical Assistance for Worker-Owners Comes of Age: Interview with Janet Saglio63
  Rustproofing the Rustbelt: Promoting Employee Ownership as Public Policy / Daniel Bell, Catherine Ivancic, John Logue69
  Grassroots Regional Revitalization: The Steel Valley Authority Editors77
Ch. 4Common Wealth: Financing Workplace Democracy 
  Citizen Bankers Would Rebuild the United States - Community by Community / Mark Satin91
  Communities Have to Be Developed from Within: Conversation with Dorris Pickens98
  The Tension between Business and Politics: Santa Cruz Community Credit Union / John Isbister102
  Cooperation and Innovation in Credit Union: Another Model / Ron Ehrenreich106
  Some Challenges of Alternative Investment: Interview with Christine Rico108
  Community Investment Comes of Age / Gregg Ramm112
  Capital Strategies for Worker-Owners and Labor Unions / Christopher Meek115
  Union Pension Fund Supports Worker Ownership / Andrew R. Banks122
Ch. 5Educational Empowerment: New Forms of Work - New Forms of Learning 
  Education for Ownership and Participation / Frank T. Adams, Gary B. Hansen135
  Working Better: Employee Participation Groups at Weirton Steel / Karen Young141
  Building Bridges: Linking Education and Community Economic Development / Chuck Turner, Christine Clamp144
  Earning While Learning: A Worker Co-Op for Management Students / Charlene Renberg Winters148
Ch. 6Worker Ownership and the Labor Movement 
  The Dangers of Worker Control / Lance Compa157
  I'd Be All for ESOPs If... / Pete Leki162
  State and Labor Cooperation in Designing Successful Worker Buyouts / Richard Feldman164
  Unions and Worker Ownership: A New Alliance?: Interview with Michael Locker168
  Worker Ownership: A Better Alternative for the United Steel Workers: Interview with Lynn Williams174
  Inside a Union-Led Worker-Owned Enterprise: Republic Storage Systems / Catherine Ivanic178

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