"Alternatives to Capitalism"
July 10, 2013 10:24 AM   Subscribe

"Alternatives to Capitalism"
The newest issue of the journal The Good Society is out today. This year, we're experimenting with an open-access window: the issue will remain open on JSTOR's site until the end of August. This issue is devoted to "Alternatives to Capitalism," and features some pretty great articles.

Gar Alperovitz and Steve Dubb offer proposals for "a community-sustaining economy."

Thomas M. Hanna explores the simple-yet-radical idea of public ownership of "too big to fail" corporations.

Joe Guinan identifies the problems with austerity in Europe.

Marjorie Kelly explains how to shift to "generative ownership" of corporate enterprise.

Thad Williamson develops the constitution of what Rawls called the "property-owning democracy."

Joel Rogers articulates the specific state and local policies that could enable this transition.
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posted by anotherpanacea (2 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite

Is this really open access? Maybe my browser is misconfigured, but all I get at JSTOR is the message "You are not currently logged in through a participating institution or individual account."
posted by anadem at 9:25 PM on July 29, 2013

It's supposed to be. I just clicked on the first article from my phone, which isn't logged in to anything, and it came right up. But for now at least, the only open access issue is the current one, so make sure you're looking at those articles.

If you try that and it still doesn't work, would you mind memailing me your ip info? Are you in the US? Maybe there's some place-based restriction we need to get removed?

Plus, I'm happy to email you particular articles if you want them, even from prior issues.
posted by anotherpanacea at 5:16 AM on July 30, 2013

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