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Sat 10 Apr 2021

Best Article Of The Year - 2020

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This poll includes all the winners of 2020. Vote for your favourite!

To refresh your memory, here are links to the past winners.

We have not decided on whether there is some reward for the winner - as mentioned in the AGM thread we have quite substantial reserves that we could use to give some sort of financial reward. If you have an idea let us know in the comments below. At least we will give recognition and share the winner on our social media.






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Poll Created Sat 10 Apr 2021

Best Article Of The Year - 2020 Closed Sat 1 May 2021

This poll includes all the winners of 2020. Vote for your favourite!

To refresh your memory, here are links to the past winners.

We have not decided on whether there is some reward for the winner - as mentioned in the AGM thread we have quite substantial reserves that we could use to give some sort of financial reward. If you have an idea let us know in the comments below. At least we will give recognition and share the winner on our social media.

Results

Results Option % of points Points Mean Voters
How do we fix the BBC? 26.7% 48 5.3 9  
Why banking needs a cooperative revolution  21.1% 38 4.2 9  
Lessons from Mondragon - financing the fightback 14.4% 26 2.9 9  
Swedish unions and employers retrain laid-off workers together – and it works fantastically 8.3% 15 1.7 9  
Can municipal socialism be Labour’s defence against ongoing austerity? 7.2% 13 1.4 9  
How socialists created a commonwealth in the American midwest 5.6% 10 1.1 9  
A 2 million members strong opportunity for the British cooperative movement 5.6% 10 1.1 9  
Corporations love minorities – unless we try to unionise 4.4% 8 0.9 9  
Imu Ahia – The system yielding business success for Igbos of Nigeria 3.3% 6 0.7 9  
Forget big business or the state, co-operatives should run care homes 3.3% 6 0.7 9  
Undecided 0% 0 0 0  

9 of 9 people have voted (100%)

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Anonymous Mon 12 Apr 2021

20 - How do we fix the BBC?
0 - Forget big business or the state, co-operatives should run care homes
0 - Why banking needs a cooperative revolution 
0 - Imu Ahia – The system yielding business success for Igbos of Nigeria
0 - A 2 million members strong opportunity for the British cooperative movement
0 - Corporations love minorities – unless we try to unionise
0 - Swedish unions and employers retrain laid-off workers together – and it works fantastically
0 - How socialists created a commonwealth in the American midwest
0 - Can municipal socialism be Labour’s defence against ongoing austerity?
0 - Lessons from Mondragon - financing the fightback

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