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Come Hell or High Water kindle ↠ Paperback ô delfina vannucci ô From their experiences working with egalitarian and anarchist organizations Delina Vannucci and Richard Singer offer a street level view of how social relationships and power work Lessons are learned and hindsight is 2020 and Come Hell or HighNd prophetic this book is a must read for those new to egalitarian groups as well as for the salty old vet that thinks she's got it all figured out It's a tough world out there; it's a world that doesn't prepare us for developing social relationships based on trust caring and solidarity as well as a health I don't know if I can recommend this highly enough Throughout reading it I kept thinking Yes and Hell yes and OMG THIS it is of value for EVERY volunteer organization and virtually all other non corporate groups but even then corporate culture could learn a HELL of a lot from this small book It took me longer to read than 127 pages maybe should but that is because virtually every page had something worth underlining and re reading and sharing Also I kept misplacing the book I will be buying at least one copy of this for myself and I may buy a bulk order a bunch and hand them out as appropriate

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Y respect for differences Whether playing a role in an anarchist organization horizontal social or political group worker co op or trying to incorporate egalitarian processes where they don't already exist Come Hell or High Water will help keep you focused on the positives and help in avoiding the pitfalls Great topic good organization of the material amusing little cartoons highlighting different sections of the text Discussion is a bit shallow in places but this book is a pretty good intro to the frustrations of collective processes at least in current usage in the US Extra points for the handy pocket size

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Come Hell or High WaterFrom their experiences working with egalitarian and anarchist organizations Delina Vannucci and Richard Singer offer a street level view of how social relationships and power work Lessons are learned and hindsight is 2020 and Come Hell or High Water offers readers both in this little gemCritical humorous a I thought this book was awesome It's a very practical intro I'm not sure what all the other reviewers were expecting It's pretty clear that it's about collective processes when they break down it's right in the title Without having spent overwhelming amounts of time inside collectives I'd still say I've personally experienced every example covered in the book It's probably interesting to those who've been in collectives for a while It might be a bit meaninglessweird to folks who haven't already seen some of that stuff It also probably won't be that enjoyable for people who already win at collective