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Doc. 17 Lebowitz, M. (2003). Beyond capital: Marx’s political economy of the working class. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, (pp. 88-89). , p. 88. ). Statement of cooperative identity. coop. 20 Lebowitz, 2003, pp. 88-89. 21 Lebowitz, M. (2005, October 24). Constructing co-management in Venezuela: Contradictions along the path. Monthly Review Zine. html. 22 K. Marx, cited in Lebowitz, 2003, pp. 88-89. 23 See: Trigona, M. (2006, July 13). Zanon: Worker managed production, community and dignity. Toward Freedom.

C' ─ A'. Just as the circulation of capital subdivides into different types of capital-mercantile, industrial, financial--we should recognize differing moments in the circuit of the common. Let’s call them eco-social, networked, and labour commons. Eco-social commons would be institutions managing the biosphere not as a commercial resource, but as the shared basis for any continuing form of human association--collective agencies for planetary climate control, fishery reserves, protection of watersheds, and prevention of pollution.

We view the worker coop as a response at once antagonistic and accommodative to capitalism. This perspective is amplified through a consideration of five aspects of an ideal-type worker cooperativism: associated labour, workplace democracy, surplus distribution, cooperation among cooperatives, and, controversially, links between worker cooperatives and socialist states. We conclude by suggesting that the radical potential of worker cooperatives might be extended, theoretically and practically, by elaborating connections with other commons struggles in a process we term the circulation of the common.

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