Monthly Archives: May 2011

Join the Battle of Wisconsin

My friend (and a MULO Alumnus) sent the following–please follow his advice: Jim Holperin needs our help… and he needs it now. As you all know, Holperin is the Democratic Senator from Eagle River, one of the Fab 14, who … Continue reading

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Pensiamentos on Co-operative Democracy

“Our beloved democracy may degenerate into a dictatorship through the abuse of power of those at the top as well as through the renunciation of power of those at the bottom.” (2.4.099)–Don José María Arizmendiaretta in Reflections He had already … Continue reading

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The Dignity of the Person

Co-operatives are made up of people, not shareholders. I don’t even like the term “stake holders”, but use it to describe the various groups that have an interest in the success of the co-operative. However, the core unit of society … Continue reading

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Reflections of Pensimientos

Back at University, my James Joyce professor (an unrepentant Modernist),  argued that the first page of a novel was the most important. If people didn’t read that page and enthusiastically turn the page, then the novel was lost. I’m not … Continue reading

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What’s Up?

Okay, I owe my readers an explanation–I have missed a few Mondays. I have a good excuse–at least I think that I do. I entered the PhD in Business Administration program at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, NS. In fact, … Continue reading

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