is the first comprehensive presentation of the history and theoretical foundations of sociocracy.
It discusses the history of sociocracy since the mid-nineteenth century, the principles and methods, how and why they produce better organizations, and “how to” chapters.
In addition to sample bylaws and practical guides for circle meetings, it includes pivotal articles by :
Lester Frank Ward, “Sociocracy.”
Kees Boeke, “Democracy as It Might Be.”
Gerard Endenburg, “Rational for a New Social Structure.”