Human Rentals

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"Human rentals" is a concept used to argue that outside of Worker Cooperatives, workers are often kept within wage slavery. Therefore, the term to "abolish human rentals" is an argument for worker co-ops in the vein of an abolitionist movement.[1]

You can see a video interview series between cooperators Mike Leung and David Ellerman about the human rentals concept here.