How do Social Solidarity Movements Compare Cross-Culturally?

This is a very interesting discussion of how social solidarity movements compare to each other in Spain, Latin American and Yankeedom.

In what ways is the social solidarity economy affected by whether the state is run by conservatives, liberals or socialists? How many of them are linked up regionally vs locally and what are the pros and cons of doing each? How might the culture of individualism in Yankeedom impact co-ops differently in the United States compared to Spain and Latin America?
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