Collective action

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“A politics of collective action involves conscious and combined efforts to build a new kind of economic reality. It can be engaged in here and now, in any place or context. It requires an expansive vision of what is possible, a careful analysis of what can be drawn upon to begin the building process, the courage to make a realistic assessment of what might stand in the way of success, and the decision to go forward with a mixture of creative disrespect and protective caution.”


J.K. Gibson-Graham, A Postcapitalist Politics (Minneapolis/London: University of Minnesota Press, 2006), xxxvi.