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But it seems obvious why commercial corporations are so ubiquitous - they are like armies. What appears to be inefficient brutality is intrinsic to their success. It occurs to me that one of the handicaps of coops is that they are in a lot of ways purer market organizations than corporations. Corporations derive a great deal of power from the class cohesion of managers across multiple industries and even nations.
by rootless2 on Sun May 29th, 2011 at 08:04:58 PM EST
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