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- Freedom to use the work itself.
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This work, “[name of your work here]”, is a derivative of “Sociocracy 3.0 – All Patterns Explained” by James Priest and Bernhard Bockelbrink, used under CC BY. “[name of your work]” is licensed under CC BY by [your name].
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