Community Based Solidarity Networks

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"The idea of community based solidarity networks, campaigning on local issues and problems, and providing direct mutual aid on a day to day issues, seem to be a necessary next step in the current situation. They are also congruent with a whole series of currently developing political strategies, including the social strike, radical municipalism, social and community unionism and the idea of solidarity economies. However, so far people have found solidarity networks difficult to sustain and impossible to make scalable." (

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