Talk:Co-Creative Labor, Productive Democracy and the Partner State

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The essay is self contradictory. She writes broadly about coops and then says "What this variety of activity has in common is that it is based on collaborative forms of creativity: creativity that is non-proprietary, not patented or tied to private property." The vast majority of coops have some amount of proprietary-ness and private property. Many do have conventional wage contracts or other relatively conventional ways of distributing revenues. Missing these points makes it harder for us to get on to the salient details of fair and APPROPRIATE enclosure, property rights, profit, and distribution. --Poor Richard (talk) 21:05, 23 October 2012 (UTC)