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Harry Magdoff

The Irreversible Crisis

The Irreversible Crisis

Economic History as it Happened, Vol. V

The economies of the capitalist world-individually and as part of a closely knit global system-have been in an ongoing state of crisis since the early 1970s when the long post World War II boom finally came to an end. This crisis has gone through several phases but has not at any time shown signs of giving way to a renewed long wave of prosperity.… | more |

Economic History as it Happened, Vol IV

Stagnation and the Financial Explosion

Economic History As It Happened, Vol. IV

This is the fourth in the magisterial series of essays by the former editors of Monthly Review on the state of the U.S. economy and its relation to the global system. Like its predecessors, this volume focuses on the development of U.S. capitalism as it takes place, and covers the 1980s. The authors stress the profound contradictions of the underlying processes of capital accumulation and identify, before any other economic commentators, the immense implications of the use of the explosion of debt to attempt to solve the problems presented by the underlying stagnation in the real economy.… | more |

Economic History As It Happened (Vol III)

The Deepening Crisis of U.S. Capitalism

Economic History As It Happened, Vol. III

This is the third book of essays on the United States and the world economy produced by the fruitful collaboration of Monthly Review editors Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff. In these essays, written between 1977 and 1981, the authors assess the results of efforts taken to stabilize the economy after the epochal changes of the early 1970s, the end of capitalism’s “golden age,” by attempts to counteract the effects of inflation, debt dependence, speculation, and financial instability.… | more |

Imperialism: From the Colonial Age to the Present

Imperialism: From the Colonial Age to the Present

From the Colonial Age to the Present

This volume contains a series of essays aimed at illuminating the theory, history, and roots of imperialism, which extend the analysis developed in Madgoff’s The Age of Imperialism 1978. See The Age of Imperialism… | more |

Economic History As It Happened

The End of Prosperity: The American Economy in the 1970s

Economic History As It Happened, Vol. II

This is the second in the series of four collections of essays in which Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff, the editors of Monthly Review, set out as it took place the development of U.S. and global capitalism from the late 1960s to the “financial explosion” age of the early 1990s and after.… | more |

Economic History as it Happened

The Dynamics of U.S. Capitalism: Corporate Structure, Inflation, Credit, Gold, and the Dollar

Economic History As It Happened, Vol. I

This is the first of the series of four collections of essays in which Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff, the editors of Monthly Review, chronicled, as it was taking place, the development of U.S. and global capitalism from the end of its “golden age” in the late 1960s to the full onset of the financial explosion of the early 1990s and after.… | more |

The Age of Imperialism

The Age of Imperialism

The Economics of U.S. Foreign Policy

Magdoff’s analysis is the foundation upon which the work of an entire tradition of Monthly Review authors rests.… | more |

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