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Structure

Exchanges are a rational solution to the world's social problems. Exchanges eliminate debt and prevent the creation of debt because they equitize risk and debt. The level of debt is inversely related to the lack of opportunity.

Exchanges are organizations that promote waste free markets. We believe in sharing more than ownership and sustainability over conveneience. Waste Free Zones or Exchanges systematically eliminate waste, debt and other social costs over time by supporting and implementing Anarchist programs and enterprises. People are provided the power to say no to costs they did not create, this eliminates social costs. Exchanges use shared equity, cooperation and mutual support to generate unequalled opportunity. Exchanges require only a few people to set up. Because Exchanges are ethical organizations because they have no social costs. As an Exchange grows and increases in complexity the Exchange buds off specialized business and in this way Exchanges expand spontaneously.

Exchanges grow by division. The mother cell split into two or more daughter cells. Exchanges use the equity of the Exchange as a debt free customized currency. Local Exchanges are all conneced with each other. Local Exchanges have representatives on the Board of higher order Exchanges. See diagrams for the structure of the organization.

Exchanges grow organically and specialize spontaneously. .

Each Exchange is therefore independent though connected and often represents a specific trade or occupational sector. Yet, every Exchange is connected with all others. Each Exchange appoints a chairperson from among its membership to chair meetings and represent the interests of the Exchange at the higher administrative level. Administration at the higher levels is selected from from the chairs of the lower level Exchanges. Higher level administrators handle inter-Exchange issues. The structure of Rational Exchange is fractal and adaptable to any organizational needs, size or occupational class.

As the organization grows specialization increases. Exchanges based on particular occupations arise. Exchanges may be established on a single occupation and serve much the same function as Guilds did in the Middle Ages. Ultimately the increase in Exchanges creates a complex organization that encompasses all the skills and job descriptions of the modern economy. The focus of a local Exchange remains local and focused on the elimination of all debt as the moral and rational thing to do.

 

 

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