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1969

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 7 (December 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 7 (December 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Vietnam: What Next?
  • The De-Nationalization of Brazilian Industry by Eduardo Galeano
  • Toward Socialist Economics: A Manifesto by the Bay Area Collective of Socialist Economists
  • Books:
    • Empire and Revolution by Rob Fitch
    • Students and Revolution by Richard Morrock
  • Correspondence: A Revolutionary Lumpenproletariat? by David G. Epstein
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 6 (November 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 6 (November 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Notes on the Multinational Corporation, Part Two
  • Politics in Command of Economics: Black Economic Development by Dan Aldridge
  • Chinese-Russian Border Dispute by the London Times
  • Corporations and the Cold War by David Horowitz
  • Books: Artists as Social Critics by Alexander L. Crosby
  • In The Pentagon by José Alvarez Baragaño
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 5 (October 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 5 (October 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Notes on the Multinational Corporation, Part One
  • Speeding Up the Social Revolution in Asia by Keith Buchanan
  • A Message to Brazilians by Carlos Marighella
  • Ota Sik and Czechoslovakian Socialism by Benjamin Page
  • Civilization That Kills by Ho Chi Minh
  • Books: You Got to be Able and Willing by Albert Ruben
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 4 (September 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 4 (September 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Great Moondoggle
  • The Political Economy of Women’s Liberation by Margaret Benston
  • Campus Disruptions and the Liberal-Left by Douglas Dowd
  • Vale Leo Huberman by the Editor, Outlook Magazine
  • Where Are We Going? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Correspondence:
    • Anarchism and Socialism by Bruce R. McSheehy
    • Big Business and Government by Allen Solganick
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 3 (July-August 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 3 (July-August 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • The Cultural Revolution at Peking University by Victor Nee, with Don Layman
    • Contents:
      1. The Hundred Flowers and the Educational Revolution of 1958

  • Elitism and the Growth of Left-Wing Opposition
  • The Cultural Revolution Comes to Peita
  • Summer 1966: New Peking University
  • Appendix
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 2 (June 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 2 (June 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Merger Movement: A Study in Power
  • Land Reform in Iran by Farhad Khamsi
  • Notes on the Current Inflation by Nathan Spero
  • Utopian Themes in Marx and Mao: A Critique for Modern Revisionists by Stanley Moore
  • Books: Lenin and Stalin by Harry Braverman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Correspondence:
    • Definitions of Socialism by Frederick L. Schuman
    • Reply by Paul M. Sweezy
Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 1 (May 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 1 (May 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Announcement by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Review of the Month: The Old Left and the New
  • Socialism and Economic Development in Tropical Africa by Giovanni Arrighi and John S. Saul
  • Frantz Fanon: Evolution of a Revolutionary
    • A Biographical Sketch by Peter Geismar
    • Revolutionary Theories by Peter Worsley
  • Books: Revolution and the Cuban Workers by James O’Connor
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 11 (April 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 11 (April 1969)

Contents of Volume 20, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Vietnam: Endless War
  • Pacifism and Violence: A Study in Bourgeois Ethics by Christopher Caudwell
  • Books: Pentagonism or Imperialism? by Richard Du Boff
  • Poverty and Affluence in Brazil
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Contents of Volume Twenty
Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 10 (March 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 10 (March 1969)

Contents of Volume 20, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • On the Transition Between Capitalism and Socialism by Charles Bettelheim
    • Reply by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Brazil’s Northeast by Kit Sims Taylor
  • Zimbabwe: Exploitation and Liberation
    • Partners in Plunder by Mwana Wevu
    • The Beginning of Guerrilla Warfare by David M’gabe
  • Correspondence:
    • The French Explosion by Ken Geering
    • Reply by the Editors
    • On the Events in Czechoslovakia by Bernard Galitz
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 9 (February 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 9 (February 1969)

Contents of Volume 20, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Thoughts on the American System
  • Reply by Régis Debray
  • The Indian Revolutionary Potential by Kathleen Gough
  • Recent Developments in Latin America by James Petras
  • Correspondence: Brezhnev’s Vietnam? by Richard Morrock
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 8 (January 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 8 (January 1969)

Contents of Volume 20, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Why Socialism Is Necessary by Leo Huberman
  • North Korea: Sitting On Its Own Chair by Ben Page
  • The New Revolutionary Politics in Latin America by James Petras
  • Books:
    • Illumination, Shame, and Scandal by Maxwell Gaismar
    • The Modern West Indies by Jay Mandle
  • Correspondence:
    • On Youth and Revolution by John H. Reynolds
    • No Revolutionary Legitimacy by Bernard Edwin Galitz
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
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