Under Construction

UC Website Bibliography
as of 7/22/15

Azzellini, Dario, Ed. (2015). An Alternative Labour History: Worker Control and Workplace Democracy. Zed Books. London.

Bell, Dan (2006). Worker-Owners and Unions: Why Can’t We Just Get Along? Dollars and Sense magazine:

Burns, Rebecca (2013). Can Co-ops Save Unions? In These Times:

Clay, John (2014). Will German Workers Declare Independence? Truth-Out:

Clay, John (2013). Can Union Co-ops Help Save Democracy? Truth-Out:

Cooper, Chris (2015). What Is a Union Worker Co-op? 1worker:1vote:

Curl, John (2009). For All the People: Uncovering the Hidden History of Cooperation, Cooperative Movements, and Communalism in America. PM Press. Oakland, CA.

Dean, Amy (2013). Why Unions Are Going Into the Co-op Business: The Steelworkers Deal That Could Turn the Rust Belt Green. Alternet: .

Duda, John (2013). The Union Co-op Model. Community Wealth:

Author? (2013). Can Unions and Cooperatives Join Forces? An Interview With United Steelworkers President Leo Gerard. Truth-Out:

Flanders, Laura (2013). A New Era for Labor? Counter Punch:

Flanders, Laura (2012). Worker Ownership for the 21st Century? Common Dreams / The Nation:

Goodman, Amy (2013). Chicago Workers Open New Cooperatively Owned Factory Five Years After Republic Windows Occupation. Democracy Now:

Gordon Nembhard, Jessica (2014). Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice. Pennsylvania State University Press. University Park, PA.

Gordon Nembhard, Jessica (2011) Introduction to Worker Co-op Development Models. Grassroots Economic Organizing Newsletter, Vol 2 Issue 8:

Hansen, Mary (2015). What If Uber Were a Unionized, Worker-Owned Co-Op? These Denver Cabbies Are Making It Happen. Yes! Magazine:

Hoyer, Mary (2014). Unions and Worker Co-ops Working Together: Report from the Cincinnati Union Co-ops Symposium. Grassroots Economic Organizing:

Hoyer, Mary; Ryder, Liz; Adams, Frank; Curl, John; Olson, Deb Groban (date?). The Role of Unions In Worker Co-op Development. Grassroots Economic Organizing:

Ifateyo, Ajowa Nzinga (2014). Black Co-ops Were A Method of Economic Survival: An Interview with Professor Jessica Gordon Nembhard. Grassroots Economic Organizing:

Leiken, Steve (2005). The Practical Utopians: American Workers and the Cooperative Movement in the Gilded Age. Wayne State University Press. Detroit, MI.

Morrison, Kirk (2015). Growing Together: What if Unions and the Co-operative Movement Joined Forces? Christian Democracy:

Rapp, Peg (2012). Anti-Capitalist Meet-up: A Shot Gun Marriage Between Worker-Owned Cooperatives and Trade Unions. Daily Kos:

Ryder, Liz (date?). Unions and Cooperatives: Allies in the Struggle to Build Democratic Workplaces. Grassroots Economic Organizing, Issue 71.

Scher, Abby (2015). Solidarity, PA. Dissent magazine:

Stolarski, Lisa (date?). Corporation Busting: A Strategy for Unions and Co-ops: Toward Building a Labor-Ownership Economy. Grassroots Economic Organizing:

Witherell, Rob (2014). Organizing Through Ownership: Building a More Sustainable Future Through Worker Ownership. OwningaBetterFuture:

Witherell, Rob (2013). An Emerging Solidarity: Worker Cooperatives, Unions, and the New Union Cooperative Model in the US. International Journal of Labor Research, Vol. 5, Issue 2.

Witherell, Rob; Cooper, Chris; Peck, Michael (2012). Sustainable Jobs, Sustainable Communities: The Union Co-op Model. United Steel Workers.

Witherell, Rob; Anderson, Jim; Peck, Michael (2012). The United Steelworkers, Mondragon, and the Ohio Employee Ownership Center Announce a New Union Cooperative Model to Reinsert Worker Equity Back into the US Economy. United Steel Workers.


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