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- “At its root, the Distributist movement sought a practical, community-oriented alternative to the inequality of capitalism and the bureaucracy of socialism. To fulfill this vision, Distributists advocated for family farms, family-run businesses, a return to craftsmanship and community self-reliance. When large enterprises were inevitable, such as industrial factories, they advocated worker-run cooperatives to give people a greater share of ownership.” - “The Conservative Case for a Commons Way of Life,” On the Commons
- Miller, Claire Cain and Liz Alderman. “Why U.S. Women Are Leaving Jobs Behind.” The New York Times. December 12, 2014.