Thomas M. Hanna
By Thomas M. Hanna, Community Wealth
In Nebraska, 121 publicly-owned utilities, 10 cooperatives, and 30 public power districts provide electricity to a population of around 1.8 million people.
By Thomas M. Hanna, Grassroots Economic Organizing
Andrew McLeod recently wrote an excellent and thoughtful response to my article (with Gar Alperovitz) on Mondragón and issues of systemic design. In an effort to continue the constructive dialogue around this important topic, I offer this rejoinder.
By Thomas M. Hanna, Gar Alperovitz, Grassroots Economic Organizing
As America moves more deeply into its growing systemic crisis, it is becoming increasingly important for activists and theorists to distinguish clearly between important projects and "institutional elements," on the one hand, and systemic change and systemic design, on the other.
By Dave Zuckerman, Thomas M. Hanna, Democracy Collaborative
Local campaign seeks to hold back corporate efforts to undo election results
By Joe Guinan, Thomas M. Hanna, Open Democracy
Faced with spiralling social, economic and environmental problems, many people are turning to economic democracy for solutions. But what shape should this democracy take?