The next part of Co-Operative Thought Library (18) is dedicated to Father Stanislaw Adamski (1875-1967), a prominent social, political and co-operative activist, working in the period of the annexations and the Second Republic. In his opinion cooperative movement is a major factor for the social and economic development within a capitalist economy: it stimulates self-awareness of poorer social strata, awakens the spirit of enterprise, which ultimately should lead to the construction of middle-class in Poland and be an effective tool in combating forms of social and financial exclusion. The journal editor publishes excerpts of Stanislaw Adamski's brochure 'Cooperative movement in Poland and the significance and tasks of the Union of Cooperative Unions', Poznan, 1930.
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