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Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 7 (December 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 7 (December 2012)

  • Review of the Month: The Planetary Emergency by John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark
  • Reprise: Lenin and the “Aristocracy of Labor” by Eric Hobsbawm
  • What Makes the Working Class a Revolutionary Subject? by Michael A. Lebowitz
  • Remembering Walter Rodney by Issa G. Shivji
  • Review: Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball and the Plague of the 99% by Stephen Maher
  • Review: The Anthropology Wars by Eliza Jane Darling
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 6 (November 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 6 (November 2012)

  • Review of the Month: This Isn’t What Democracy Looks Like by Robert W. McChesney
  • The Neoclassical Apology for Monopoly Capital by Rahul Varman
  • Vietnam: 50 Years On: An Ex-Marine Sees Platoon by Leo Cawley
  • Review: Queer Liberation Means Prison Abolition by Victoria Law
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 5 (October 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 5 (October 2012)

  • Review of the Month: The Struggle for Socialism in China: The Bo Xilai Saga and Beyond by Yuezhi Zhao
  • Privatization of Consciousness by Jerry Mander
  • Poetry: Grandfather on the George Washington Bridge, Waterboarding and Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Flood, May 31, 1889 by Denise Bergman
  • Review: Neoliberalism, Imperialism, and the Militarization of Urban Spaces by Matthew Thomas Clement
  • Review: Seeds of Revolts by Younes Abouyoub
  • Review: Redwood Warriors Turn Tables on FBI: A Documentary Drama About a Bay Area Legend by Margot Pepper
  • Book Note: The Wall Street Bailout: An Insider’s View by Robert Rhodes
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 4 (September 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 4 (September 2012)

  • Review of the Month: Implosion of the European System by Samir Amin
  • The Crisis: A View from Occupied America by William K. Tabb
  • Poetry: What it means by Marge Piercy
  • Paramilitaries in Haiti by Jeb Sprague
  • Cuba: The New Global Medicine by Don Fitz
  • Review: Trampling Out the Sanctimony by John Womack, Jr.
  • Review: A Wisconsin Enigma: Mass Struggle, Then What? by Paul Buhle
  • Review: Medicine and Empire by Steffie Woolhandler and David Himmelstein
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 3 (July-August 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 3 (July-August 2012)

  • Introduction to Special Issue on the Critique of Economics by
  • A Missing Chapter of Monopoly Capital: Introduction to Baran and Sweezy’s “Some Theoretical Implications” by John Bellamy Foster
  • Some Theoretical Implications by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  • Last Letters: Correspondence on “Some Theoretical Implications” by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Surplus in Monopoly Capitalism and the Imperialist Rent by Samir Amin
  • The GDP Illusion: Value Added versus Value Capture by John Smith
  • Keynes, Steindl, and the Critique of Austerity Economics by Nina Shapiro
  • Two Pauls by Howard J. Sherman
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 2 (June 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 2 (June 2012)

  • Review of the Month: Harmony and Ecological Civilization: Beyond the Capitalist Alienation of Nature by Fred Magdoff
  • The Denialism of Progressive Environmentalists by Bill Blackwater
  • Passage to More Than India: Greenpeace International Meets the Movement for Justice in Bhopal by Tomás Mac Sheoin
  • Remembrance: Credo of a Passionate Skeptic; Poems by Adrienne Rich
  • Joan Acker’s Feminist Historical-Materialist Theory of Class by John Bellamy Foster
  • Reprise: Why Stagnation? by Paul Sweezy
  • Review: An Important Time Recalled by J. Quinn Brisben
Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 1 (May 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 64, Number 1 (May 2012)

  • Review of the Month: The Endless Crisis by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Poetry: The poor are no longer with us; These bills are long unpaid by Marge Piercy
  • Marx’s Ecology and the Understanding of Land Cover Change by Ricardo Dobrovolski
  • Review: Petroleum and Propaganda: The Anatomy of the Global Warming Denial Industry by John W. Farley
  • Review: Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away With Murder by James D. Cockcroft
  • Review: A Red Robin? by Albert Ruben
Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 11 (April 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 11 (April 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 11

  • Review of the Month: The Bull Market: Political Advertising by Robert W. McChesney and John Nichols
  • Sado-Monetarism: The Role of the Federal Reserve System in Keeping Wages Low by Michael Perelman
  • Red State Irony: Property Rights Enlisted in Class Struggle for the Environment by Neill Herring
  • Faux Internationalism and Really Existing Imperialism by Ellen Brun and Jacques Hersh
  • Review: Fredric Jameson: On the Reserve Army by Matt McGregor
Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 10 (March 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 10 (March 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 10

  • Review of the Month: The Great Inequality by Michael D. Yates
  • Structural Crisis Needs Structural Change by István Mészáros
  • Recessions and Human Misery: Dating the Cycle by Howard Sherman and Paul Sherman
  • Welcome to the Desert of Transition! Post-Socialism, the European Union, and a New Left in the Balkans by Srećko Horvat and Igor Štiks
  • Review: Reviving the Strike in the Shadow of PATCO by Steve Early
  • Review: A Most Reliable Ally: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Unions by Elly Leary
Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 9 (February 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 9 (February 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 9

  • Review of the Month: The Global Stagnation and China by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Ecological Civilization, Indigenous Culture, and Rural Reconstruction in China by Wen Tiejun, Lau Kinchi, Cheng Cunwang, He Huili, and Qiu Jiansheng
  • Ecological Marxism in China by Zhihe Wang
  • The Wisconsin Uprising by Robert W. McChesney
  • Exchange:
  • Marx and Engels and “Small Is Beautiful” by Samar Bagchi
  • A Response by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Review: First, They Came for the Sex Offenders by Judith Levine
  • Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 8 (January 2012)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 8 (January 2012)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 8

    • Review of the Month: Women, Labor, and Capital Accumulation in Asia by Jayati Ghosh
    • Food as a Commodity by Fred Magdoff
    • The Paradox of Cuban Agriculture by Miguel A. Altieri and Fernando R. Funes-Monzote
    • Do the United States and Mexico Really Want the Drug War To Succeed? by Robert Joe Stout
    • Review: The Center Will Not Hold by Samir Amin
    • Review: Revenge of the Surplus by Marc James Léger
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 7 (December 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 7 (December 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 7

    • Review of the Month: Capitalism and the Accumulation of Catastrophe by John Bellamy Foster
    • Contradictions of Finance Capitalism by Richard Peet
    • Alfred Hitchcock Presents Class Struggle by Mervyn Nicholson
    • Review: Hans Fallada’s Anti-Fascist Fiction by Jonah Raskin
    • Review: The Machinery of Whiteness by Camille Goodison
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 6 (November 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 6 (November 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 6

    • Review of the Month: The Global Reserve Army of Labor and the New Imperialism by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
    • The Political Economy of the Egyptian Uprising by Stephen Maher
    • Interview: The Unifying Element in All Struggles Against Capital Is the Right of Everyone to Full Human Development by Michael Lebowitz
    • Review: South Africa—The Left Must Launch a Counteroffensive by Helena Sheehan
    • Review: The Evolution of Dialectical Humanism by Matthew Birkhold
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 5 (October 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 5 (October 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 5

    • Samir Amin at 80: An Introduction and Tribute by John Bellamy Foster
    • An Arab Springtime? by Samir Amin
    • The Democratic Fraud and the Universalist Alternative by Samir Amin
    • Quid Pro Quo? The Question of India’s Subordination to the ‘American Narrative’ by Vijay Prashad
    • Black/White Radical Alliances in the 1960s by Jane Duran
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 4 (September 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 4 (September 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 4

    • Review of the Month: The Ecology of Marxian Political Economy by John Bellamy Foster
    • Poetry: LIBERTÉ by Adrienne Rich
    • Reprise: Robinson Crusoe and the Secret of Primitive Accumulation by Stephen Hymer
    • An Oil-Rich Cuba? by Robert Sandels
    • Khalil Gibran International Academy: Racism and a Campaign of Resistance by Debbie Almontaser and Donna Nevel
    • Review: Environmental Justice and the Criminalizing of Dissent by Paul J. Comeau
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 3 (July-August 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 3 (July-August 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 3

    • Introduction by William Ayers and Rick Ayers
    • Education and the Structural Crisis of Capital by John Bellamy Foster
    • Education: The Great Obsession by Grace Lee Boggs
    • Another Education Is Happening by Julia Pointer Putnam
    • Testing, Privatization, and the Future of Public Schooling by An Assessor
    • Militarism and Education Normal by Erica R. Meiners and Therese Quinn
    • Reflections on the Racial Web of Discipline by Crystal T. Laura
    • The Culture of Poverty Reloaded by Monique Redeaux
    • Freedom’s Struggle and Freedom Schools by Charles Cobb, Jr.
    • Neoliberal Education Restructuring by Pauline Lipman
    • Subverting the Master(’s) Syllabus by Patrick Camangian
    • Cuba: Education and Revolution by Ricardo Alarcón
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 2 (June 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 2 (June 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 2

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:The Internationalization of Monopoly Capital by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney, and R. Jamil Jonna
    • The Jobs Disaster in the United States by Fred Magdoff
    • The Rise of the Working Class and the Future of the Chinese Revolution by Minqi Li
    • Poetry:Three Poems by Marilyn Buck
    • Review:The Emperor Has No Clothes But Still He Rules by Michael D. Yates
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 1 (May 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 1 (May 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 1

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:On the Laws of Capitalism: Insights from the Sweezy-Schumpeter Debate by John Bellamy Foster
    • The Laws of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy
    • The Dialectic of Structure and History: An Introduction by István Mészáros
    • Reviews:
      • Labor’s Love Lost: War Among the Unions by Jon Flanders
      • Labor Revolts in the 1970s by Elly Leary
      • The Jack O’Dell Story by Paul Buhle
      • Woody Guthrie: Redder than Remembered by Scott Borchert
    Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 11 (April 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 11 (April 2011)

    Contents of Volume 62, Number 11

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:Monopoly and Competition in Twenty-First Century Capitalism by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney, and R. Jamil Jonna
    • Cluster Munitions and State Terrorism by Beau Grosscup
    • Poetry: A hundred years since the Triangle Fire by Marge Piercy
    • Correspondence: Not Naming Names: Julius Rosenberg’s Decidedly Political Decision by Michael Meeropol
    • Review: Asia and the Great Financial Crisis by Douglas Porpora
    Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 10 (March 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 10 (March 2011)

    Contents of Volume 62, Number 10

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:The Internets Unholy Marriage to Capitalism by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
    • Structural Crisis in the World-System by Immanuel Wallerstein
    • Mortgaging Irish Independence by Julie L. MacArthur
    • The Latin American School of Medicine Today: ELAM by Don Fitz
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