Seeing as we are facing into yet another economic crash, it’s a good time to think about how societies organise themselves in times of crisis. As historian Patrick Doyle explains in our current episode, there is often a turn towards cooperative forms of economic activity at times like this.
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The Field Day Podcast is produced and presented by Cormac Deane, and occasionally presented by Feargus Denman.