Mutualism

sounds like a SmallWorld-oriented Libertarian model. Or is it Libertarian Socialist?

http://www.mutualist.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutualism_(economic_theory)

Our ultimate vision is of a society in which the economy is organized around Free Market exchange between producers, and production is carried out mainly by Self Employed artisans and farmers, small producers' CoOperative-s, worker-controlled large enterprises, and consumers' CoOperative-s. To the extent that wage labor still exists (which is likely, if we do not coercively suppress it), the removal of statist privileges will result in the worker's natural wage, as Benjamin Tucker put it, being his full product.

Clarence Lee Swartz wrote "What is Mutualism" in 1927.

how related is a Mutual Company?


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