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Monthly Review, Volume 66, Number 6 (November 2014)

Monthly Review, Volume 66, Number 6 (November 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Piketty and the Crisis of Neoclassical Economics” by John Bellamy Foster, Michael D. Yates
  • “Contra Hardt and Negri: Multitude or Generalized Proletarianization?” by Samir Amin
  • “The Ecological Civilization Debate in China: The Role of Ecological Marxism and Constructive Postmodernism—Beyond the Predicament of Legislation” by Zhihe Wang; He Huili; Meijun Fan
  • Poetry: “Welcome to post feminism and the left is obsolete” by Marge Piercy
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 5 (October 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 5 (October 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Beyond the Degradation of Labor: Braverman and the Structure of the U.S. Working Class” by R. Jamil Jonna, John Bellamy Foster
  • “The Emergence of Marx’s Critique of Modern Agriculture: Ecological Insights from His Excerpt Notebooks” by Kohei Saito
  • Review: “Vietnam War Era Journeys: Recovering Histories of Internationalism” by Michele Hardesty
  • Review: “E.P. Thompson: A Giant Remembered” by Paul Buhle
  • Review: “A Defining Moment: The Historical Legacy of the 1953 Iran Coup” by Younes Abouyoub
Volume 66, Number 4 (September 2014)

Volume 66, Number 4 (September 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “The Return of Fascism in Contemporary Capitalism” by Samir Amin
  • “The Criminality of Wall Street” by William K. Tabb
  • “An Ecologically Sound and Socially Just Economy” by Fred Magdoff
  • “The Political Economy of Dyslexia” by Steven Kovacs
  • Correspondence: “The Term “Capitalism” Has Lost Its Radical Edge” by Fred Block, The Editors (MR)
  • Review: “Living in the (Right-Wing) Media Glare” by Martha Biondi
  • Review: “How We Found Out About COINTELPRO” by Martin Oppenheimer
  • Review: “Flying Patterns” by Seth Sandronsky
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 3 (July-August 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 3 (July-August 2014)

  • “Surveillance Capitalism: Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age” by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney
  • “Electronic Communications Surveillance” by Lauren Regan
  • “The New Surveillance Normal: NSA and Corporate Surveillance in the Age of Global Capitalism” by David H. Price
  • “The Zombie Bill: The Corporate Security Campaign That Would Not Die” by Beatrice Edwards
  • “Surveillance and Scandal: Weapons in an Emerging Array for U.S. Global Power” by Alfred W. McCoy
  • “’We’re Profiteers': How Military Contractors Reap Billions from U.S. Military Bases Overseas” by David Vine
  • “U.S. Control of the Internet: Problems Facing the Movement to International Governance” by Prabir Purkayastha, Rishab Bailey
  • “Merging the Law of War with Criminal Law: France and the United States” by Jean-Claude Paye
  • “The National Security State: The End of Separation of Powers” by Michael E. Tigar
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 2 (June 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 2 (June 2014)

  • “Notes from the Editors, May 2014″ by The Editors (MR)
  • Review of the Month: “Popular Movements Toward Socialism: Their Unity and Diversity” by Samir Amin
  • “Labor and “Ed Deform”: The Degradation of Teachers’ Work through Standardized Testing and the New York City Evaluation System” by John C. Antush
  • “Marx on Gender and the Family: A Summary” by Heather Brown
  • “Rupert Murdoch: Not Silent, But Deadly” by Robert W. McChesney
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Stagnation and Financialization: The Nature of the Contradiction” by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster
  • “China’s Grain Production: A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation?” by Zhun Xu; Wei Zhang; Minqi Li
  • “Australian Coal: Should It Be Left in the Ground?” by Hans Baer
  • “Crisis, Recovery, and the Transitional Economy: The Struggle for Cooperative Ownership in Greensboro, North Carolina” by Michael Joseph Roberto
  • Review: “Our Feminist Poet on Che” by Bernardine Dohrn
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 11 (April 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 11 (April 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “South Africa’s Resource Curses and Growing Social Resistance” by Patrick Bond
  • “Spain, Economic Crisis, and the New Enclosure of the Reproductive Commons” by Sandra Ezquerra
  • “A Practical Solution to an Urgent Need” by Gregg Shotwell
  • Exchange: “Climate Change: What Role For Reform?” by Christian Parenti
  • Exchange: “A Reply to Parenti” by The Editors (MR)
  • Review: “Wake Up and Smell the Oil: The Grass-Roots Struggle Against the Oil Plunder in Iraq” by Eddie J. Girdner
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 10 (March 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 10 (March 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Proposing a Path to Socialism: Two Papers for Hugo Chávez” by Michael A. Lebowitz
  • “Baran’s Critique of Modern Society and of the Social Sciences” by Herbert Marcuse
  • “The Baran–Sweezy Letters Project” by Nicholas Baran
  • Review: “How Can We Combine Direct Support Work with Political Analysis?” by Victoria Law
  • Review: “Plastic Plague” by Ian Angus
  • Review: “Unearthing Woody Guthrie’s Lost Novel” by Scott Borchert
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 9 (February 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 9 (February 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Sharp Left Turn for the Media Reform Movement: Toward a Post-Capitalist Democracy” by Robert W. McChesney
  • “Saving Our Unions: Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win?” by Steve Early
  • “Social Inequities and Exclusions in Kerala’s ‘Egalitarian’ Development” by C. U. Thresia
  • “Reflections on the New International: Dedicated to the Memory and Legacy of President Hugo Chávez” by István Mészáros
  • Review: “Three Cheers (Almost) for Gus Speth” by Daniel Berman
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 7 (December 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 7 (December 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Marx and the Rift in the Universal Metabolism of Nature by John Bellamy Foster
  • Winstanley’s Ecology: The English Diggers Today by Daniel Johnson
  • The Feminization of Migration: Care and the New Emotional Imperialism by Zuhal Yeşilyurt Gündüz
  • Reprise: The United States Has Lost the War: An Interview by General Vo Nguyen Giap
  • Exchange: Reply to “The Myth of ‘Environmental Catastrophism’” by Eddie Yuen, Ian Angus
  • Review: Rebellious Cities by Robert Young
  • Review: Labor Divided by Timothy Kerswell
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 6 (November 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 6 (November 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Twenty-First-Century Land Grabs: Accumulation by Agricultural Dispossession by Fred Magdoff
  • Britain’s Noxious History of Imperial Warfare by John Newsinger
  • Cambodian Political History: The Case of Pen Sovann by Luke Young
  • It’s the System Stupid: Structural Crises and the Need for Alternatives to Capitalism by Hans Despain
  • Review: Zionism, Imperialism, and Socialism by Tom Mayer
  • Review: Radical Internationalist Woman by Bernardine Dohrn
  • Review: More Powerful Than Dynamite: Explosive Storytelling Illuminates: Our Present Moment by Joseph J. Varga
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 5 (October 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 5 (October 2013)

  • Review of the Month: The Epochal Crisis by John Bellamy Foster
  • Primitive Accumulation and Imperialism by Harry Magdoff
  • Lessons from Iceland: Capitalism, Crisis, and Resistance by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Rethinking Is Not Demonizing: A Conversation with Cao Zhenglu About His Novel Lessons in Democracy by Yan Hairong
  • Review: Identity Politics and Left Activism by Immanuel Wallerstein
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 4 (September 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 4 (September 2013)

  • Review of the Month: The Fossil Fuels War by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Myth of ‘Environmental Catastrophism’ by Ian Angus
  • Revolutionary Road, Partial Victory: The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom by Paul Le Blanc
  • Review: Yesterday Shows Another Day Is Here by Amy Schrager Lang and Daniel Rosza Lang/Levitsky
  • Review: Hillbilly Nationalists and the Making of an Urban Race Alliance by Yasmin Nair
  • Review: Why Whiteness Is Invisible by Hernán Vera
  • Review: Dispelling Three Decades of ‘Educational Reform’ by Gregory A. Smith
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 3 (July-August 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 3 (July-August 2013)

  • The Cultural Apparatus of Monopoly Capital: An Introduction by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Theses on Advertising by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Quality of Monopoly Capitalist Society: Culture and Communications by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  • St. Brecht and the Theatrical Stock Exchange by Eleanor Hakim
  • Communications in Capitalist Society by Ralph Miliband
  • The Existing Alternatives in Communications by Raymond Williams
  • Introduction to the Second Edition of The Theory of Monopoly Capitalism by John Bellamy Foster

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 2 (June 2013)

  • Review of the Month: The Rebirth of the Chicago Teachers Union and Possibilities for a Counter-Hegemonic Education Movement by Eric (Rico) Gutstein and Pauline Lipman
  • Creating a New Model of a Social Union: CORE and the Chicago Teachers Union by Robert Bartlett
  • Beating the Neoliberal Blame Game: Teacher and Parent Solidarity and the 2012 Chicago Teachers’ Strike by Rhoda Rae Gutierrez
  • The Chicago Teachers’ Strike and Beyond: Strategic Considerations by David Kaplan
  • When “Teachers Want What Children Need”: Reconciling Tensions in Teachers’ Work and Teacher Unionism by Lois Weiner
  • Marketizing Schools by Doug Henwood and Liza Featherstone
  • Labor Meets Management by Ted Rall
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 1 (May 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 1 (May 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Who Will Lead the U.S. Working Class? by Michael D. Yates
  • The Political Economy of Decollectivization in China by Zhun Xu
  • Violence, USA: The Warfare State and the Hardening of Everyday Life by Henry A. Giroux
  • What they call acts of god by Marge Piercy
  • The Struggle for Food Sovereignty in South Korea by Byeong-Seon Yoon , Won-Kyu Song and Hae-jin Lee
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 11 (April 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 11 (April 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Marx, Kalecki, and Socialist Strategy by John Bellamy Foster
  • Crisis Theory, the Law of the Tendency of the Profit Rate to Fall, and Marx’s Studies in the 1870s by Michael Heinrich
  • Reprise: The Military Defeat of the South Africans in Angloa by Horace Campbell
  • Cuito Cuanavale, Angola: 25th Anniversary of a Historic African Battle by Ronnie Kasrils
  • Review: Listen to Your Gut by Rebecca Clausen
  • Review: The Fall of Libya by Max Ajl
  • Review: Memories of the Afro-Caribbean Left by Paul Buhle
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 10 (March 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 10 (March 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Class War and Labor’s Declining Share by Fred Magdoff and John Bellamy Foster
  • Poetry: Ghosts by Marge Piercy
  • China 2013 by Samir Amin
  • Rise of the Global Corporatocracy: An Interview with John Perkins by Ravi Bhandari
  • Review: The Man Who Was Over the Rainbow by Albert Ruben
  • Review: Cuban Urban Agriculture as a Strategy for Food Sovereignty by Christina Ergas
  • Review: Examining the Bases of Power, Inequality, and Human Variation by Stefano B. Longo and Nicholas Malone
  • Review: Notes on a Life in Struggle by Sara Falconer
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 9 (February 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 9 (February 2013)

  • Review of the Month: James Hansen and the Climate-Change Exit Strategy by John Bellamy Foster
  • Celia Sánchez and the Cuban Revolution by Alice Walker
  • The Migration and Labor Question Today: Imperialism, Unequal Development, and Forced Migration by Raúl Delgado Wise
  • The First Weapon of Mass Destruction by Marc Flandreau
  • Exchange: What Does Ecological Marxism Mean For China? Questions and Challenges for John Bellamy Foster by Zhihe Wang, Meijun Fan, Hui Dong, Dezhong Sun and Lichun Li
  • Exchange: Toward a Global Dialogue on Ecology and Marxism: A Brief Response to Chinese Scholars by John Bellamy Foster

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 8 (January 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “The Plight of the U.S. Working Class” by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster
  • “The Labor Share Question in China” by Hao Qi
  • “European Labor: Political and Ideological Crisis in an Increasingly More Authoritarian European Union” by Asbjørn Wahl
  • Poetry: “Who has little, let them have less” by Marge Piercy
  • Review: “Prashad at Large” by Paul Buhle
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