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No More Throw-Away People: The Co-Production Imperative

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2nd edition. Softcover. Co-Production is a bold, pragmatic strategy for change agents who seek to shape the future, convert failing social programs into catalysts for social justice, enlist "Throw-Away People" as partners in a shared mission, and create the world we want for our children.
226 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Essential Books (first published 2000)
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Shira
Mar 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Cahn, in combination with Chris Gray in her new work on American Indian non-violent civil disobedience, shows how institutions can and must be re-developed to form a more just union.
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Frustrated with the excesses of unchecked market capitalism? This book looks at an alternative way of looking at economy and gives some powerful examples of how that shift can play out in practice.
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Feb 04, 2017 rated it it was ok
I wanted to like this book; really I did. I have been involved with timebanking here in Madison, WI and think it provides a revolutionary perspective on production, labor, and mutual exchange. Edgar Cahn is an amazing person and it's clear that he is doing cool stuff. However, the book falls flat. Probably my biggest complaint about my copy was that it was missing FOUR chapters. Instead, of the four chapters that were supposed to be there, the edition I read accidentally duplicated four previous ...more
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Forces you to view the world through a nonconventional lens. Goes beyond the traditional thoughts of social justice and people in need.
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