David Schiff on Terry Teachout's new Louis Armstrong biography, William Greider on John Logue, and Gar Alperowitz, Ted Howard and Than Williamson on co-ops as a response to economic distress
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Thoroughly green and worker-owned, co-ops are a vibrant response to economic distress.
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Terry Teachout's new biography of Louis Armstrong is stuck in the discophile groove.