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On Saturday, March 17 we discussed a model of business owned by the worker, where profits are used to provide a fair wage, build the business and provide benefits guaranteed by the Worker's Bill of Rights authored by our scheduled guest Abin Griffen.

When our scheduled guest could not be reached host Rick Staggenborg discussed  the specifics of the bill of rights and  how the model has been put into place from the Basque region of Spain to Cleveland, Ohio.

After an uncharacteristically long monologue, callers joined the conversation to discuss the role that the cooperative model of business would play in a society no longer dominated by large corporations. The political ramifications of such a system and its part in the peaceful democratic revolution we are fighting for were discussed in detail.

This model of capitalism is one in which its best features cannot be perverted by corporations or the management of the co-ops because of the Bill of Rights which ensures worker control in perpetuity.

SFPI Radio is the international talk show designed to allow those struggling for social justice around the world to talk to each other about how we can support efforts to promote justice, democracy and peace in every nation.