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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The vicious use of violence that climaxed the revolution in Grenada, the dictatorial nature of Forbes Burnham's "Cooperative Socialism" in Guyana, and the difficulties that Michael Manley's "Democratic Socialism" experienced in Jamaica, mean that even today the Caribbean people are deeply skeptical of that brand of politics.
Mill draws a sharp line between cooperative capitalism, which retains employer-employee relations, and cooperative socialism, in which such relations are abolished.

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