Cooperative Socialism

Cooperative Socialism

 

a reformist theory that regards cooperation as one of the chief means for the peaceful and gradual “transformation” of capitalism into socialism. It arose with the development of the cooperative movement and cooperative theories.

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Mill draws a sharp line between cooperative capitalism, which retains employer-employee relations, and cooperative socialism, in which such relations are abolished.
imperialism were three-fold: Cooperative Socialism in Guyana, Democratic Socialism in Jamaica and Revolutionary Socialism in Grenada.
Beginning with the Burnham administration and the predominantly Afro-Guyanese PNC, Jackson follows her thread of "Creole Indigeneity" through the nationalization policies during the era of Cooperative Socialism by demonstrating how through both economic and cultural means, the government sought to consolidate Guyanese identity as "one people.

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