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Good Though Stuffy
on February 22, 2013
This book is not as good as Wolff's "Occupy the Economy."
It lays out the same basic proposal--worker controlled workplaces--but treats it in a more academic and stuffy way.
In "Occupy the Economy," Wolff is on fire. He not only explains his positions, he advocates for them. He gives a wealth of history and fact to support his conclusions.
But here, in "Democracy at Work," he confines himself to an abstract, almost soporific, presentation.
This is a shame, because his ideas have real merit.
Wish I could give five stars, but after "Occupy the Economy," this one's a letdown.