Unusual Magazines Co-Op Magazine
About the unusual magazine Co-Op Magazine, information on subscriptions, subjects, and samples.
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Subscription: Bimonthly; $10.50 yearly; P.O. Box 7293, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107; circulation 3,000.
Subject Matter: Co-op provides analysis, description, and comment on cooperative enterprises in the U.S. and Canada. It is published by the North American Students of Cooperation, which provides technical assistance to cooperatives.
Sample Materials: "You've heard of the corny Tate family. They pervade every organization. There is Dick Tate, who wants to run everything. Ro Tate tries to change everything; Agi Tate stirs up trouble whenever possible (and Irri Tate always lends him a hand). Whenever new ideas are suggested, Hesi Tate and Vegi Tate pour cold water on them. Imi Tate tries to mimic everyone; Devas Tate loves to be disruptive; and Poten Tate wants to be a big shot. But it's Facili Tate, Cogi Tate, and Medi Tate who always save the day, and get everyone pulling together."
From "Ralph Nader on Co-ops":
"[Q.] Should Chrysler solve its problems by becoming a cooperative? [A.] Co-ops would be the answer to Chrysler if you had auto consumer co-ops that looked at the Chrysler scene and said, look, you want an infusion of capital in sales, here is the kind of car we want to see you produce in the next two years. Then they would deliver."
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