Common Property, Common Power On C4SS Media

C4SS Media presents ‘s “Common Property, Common Power,” read by James Tuttle and edited by Nick Ford.

“What we are seeing is social power at work. The courts, legislature and special interests are powerless in the new public arena. The liberated market is not interested in the ownership of ideas, but rather progress, innovation and co-operative labor. The days of corporate colonialism are numbered.”

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