Participatory Economics's Group Members
Hatfield, Samuel | United States
Hello there, reader. I'm a twentysomething-year-old English BA graduate from UMSL, and I first heard about Znet and all the affiliated info in Parecon: Life After Capitalism Most of the time, I feel like an intellectual island in terms of sociopolitical thought. I've tried to explain to my friends what parecon is, but they either don't listen because they don't care, or they stop listen...
McGehee, Michael | United States
Allen, Matt | United Kingdom
Activist and trade unionist for over ten years, interested specifically in workplace and community organising, employment law, debt, poverty and housing issues.
Administrator, Site | United States
The Administrators of the Site are Michael Albert and Chris Spannos...
Mäkinen, Joona-Hermanni | Finland
Hergé, Rémy | France
Wetzel, Tom | United States
In Deer Hunting With Jesus Joe Bageant says "those who grow up in the lower class in America often end up class conscious for life" and so it has been with me.After leaving high school I worked as a gas station attendant for quite a few years and got let go from that job in one of the first job actions I was involved in. I gradually worked my way through college and in the early '70s ...
Evan, Evan | Canada
Member of the York University Free Press Editorial Collective http://www.yufreepress.org/
Brud, Eugene | United States
Vester, Brian | United States
Shalom, Stephen R. | United States
Stephen R. Shalom got his Bachelor's degree from M.I.T., his Master's from Northeastern, and his Ph.D. in Political Science from Boston University. He began teaching at William Paterson University in 1977. He is the author of The United States and the Philippines: A Study of Neocolonialism (1981); Imperial Alibis: Rationalizing U.S. Intervention After the Cold War (South End Press, 1993); edito...
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