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“The co-operative ideal is as old as human society. It is the idea of conflict and competition as a principle of economic progress that is new. The development of the ideal of co-operation in the nineteenth century can best be understood as an attempt to make explicit a principle which is inherent in the constitution of society byt which had been forgotten in the turmoil and disintegration of rapid economic change.”
A M Carr-Saunders, P Sargant Florence and Robert Peers, Consumers’ Co-operation in Great Britain, 1938

The book outlines the orgins of the co-operative movement in the UK from its humble beginnings to a worldwide movement. Cost: £5.50 including postage and packing (UK only) for international book sales please email publications@co-op.ac.uk