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"Dear Dawnk, Norm and Stephanie,   I would love to talk to any one or all of you folks about worker cooperatives.  I am in league with your objective to raise capital for worker-owned enterprises.  My major academic paper on the…"
Nov 15, 2014
James E Miller commented on Dave Hamill's group The OWN Team
"Folks, We know the Banksters and the Wall Street Casino gang are not at all interested in providing capital to us.  We know that the securities market using the NASDAQ pink sheets will seldom work.  We know that the…"
Jan 16, 2013
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"Jim, Let's talk over the phone.  Dawn's concentrating on upgrading the CESJ website.  What's the best number and time for calling you over the weekend. Own or Be Owned, Norm Kurland 703-243-5155"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller commented on James E Miller's blog post Production Worker Cooperatives
"12-14-11 Dawn, Thanks for the welcome.  Now that you have seen the BBC documentary and read the webpages at http://sbic.wetpaint.com, we need to form a state chartered worker cooperative credit union as the first step.  There is such a…"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller commented on James E Miller's blog post Production Worker Cooperatives
"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxIjuUV7cMY The Life of a Cooperative Community – Part 3 of 3: Explaining the Amish Way of Life - VOA Story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAgSCTdnrhk&feature=related"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller commented on James E Miller's blog post Production Worker Cooperatives
"Lesson Two: Watch videos about capital raising: Jenny Kassan on Raising Capital for Cooperatives: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht_hLrvXGtc&feature=related Follow Up to: Jenny Kassan on Raising Capital for Cooperatives:…"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller commented on James E Miller's blog post Production Worker Cooperatives
"THE MONDRAGON COOPERATIVE CORPORATION BLOG Lesson One:  Watch these video presentations; make notes as you go;  then a week later watch them again, making notes.  Then make two columns for each significant entry in your notes.…"
Dec 14, 2011
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"Dawn, Please recruit the other four members of the Steering Committee, preferably a licensed attorney, a CPA, an executive of a Credit Union, and an IT person.  We will also need a 25 member "Advisory Committee" which will vet our…"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller left a comment for Dawn K. Brohawn
"12-14-11 Dawn, Thanks for the welcome.  Now that you have seen the BBC documentary and read the webpages at http://sbic.wetpaint.com, we need to form a state chartered worker cooperative credit union as the first step.  There is such a…"
Dec 14, 2011
James E Miller commented on Dave Hamill's blog post Status of Blogs Related to Capital Homesteading
"THE MONDRAGON COOPERATIVE CORPORATION BLOG Lesson One:  Watch these video presentations; make notes as you go;  then a week later watch them again, making notes.  Then make two columns for each significant entry in your notes.…"
Dec 14, 2011
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Production Worker Cooperatives

Production worker cooperatives need to be formed, based on the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation model.  My interest is in raising capital for production worker cooperatives in the context of a non-casino stock exchange.  See:  Small Business Investment Exchange:  http://sbic.wetpaint.comJim MillerSee More
Dec 13, 2011
Dawn K. Brohawn left a comment for James E Miller
"Welcome, James! Glad to have you with us in the Coalition for Capital Homesteading. Mondragon is a good model of worker ownership. We are interested in developing working models of broad-based citizen ownership through Capital Homesteading, such as…"
Dec 13, 2011
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Production Worker Cooperatives

Production worker cooperatives need to be formed, based on the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation model.  My interest is in raising capital for production worker cooperatives in the context of a non-casino stock exchange.  See:  Small Business Investment Exchange:  http://sbic.wetpaint.com

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Posted on December 13, 2011 at 9:18pm — 4 Comments

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At 9:53pm on December 13, 2011, Dawn K. Brohawn said…

Welcome, James!

Glad to have you with us in the Coalition for Capital Homesteading. Mondragon is a good model of worker ownership. We are interested in developing working models of broad-based citizen ownership through Capital Homesteading, such as with the Citizens Land Bank and Homeowners Equity Corporation. Looking forward to being in touch.

Own or be owned,

Dawn Brohawn

At 11:54pm on December 14, 2011, Norman Kurland said…

Jim,

Let's talk over the phone.  Dawn's concentrating on upgrading the CESJ website.  What's the best number and time for calling you over the weekend.

Own or Be Owned,

Norm Kurland

703-243-5155

At 9:06pm on November 15, 2014, James E Miller said…

Dear Dawnk, Norm and Stephanie,

 

I would love to talk to any one or all of you folks about worker cooperatives.  I am in league with your objective to raise capital for worker-owned enterprises.  My major academic paper on the subject is: Mutual Aid Society, Mondragon, and More;  http://masallp.wikifoundry.com/page/Mutual+Aid+Society,+Mondragon+and+More

 

I have two major ways of raising equity as well as debt capital.  The first is to establish a "Socially Responsible Stock Exchange" as opposed to the existing casino stock exchanges.  Please read: SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT EXCHANGE; http://sbic.wififoundry.com   The other way is to use a credit union in connection with a crowd-funding project.  As soon as the SEC's crowd-funding regulations become effective, we will need to get a prospectus and all associated legal documents ready to file.  I'll do the drafting, but we will need a qualified securities attorney to red pencil my work.  I was a member of the California State Bar for 41 years but am no longer an active member.  I've done a fair amount of California-only issues and some work at the Federal securities level.

 

My office phone is 270-862-4379.  My cell is: 270-390-1264.  Call anytime.  I also have Skype if you wish to use it.

Regards,

Jim

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