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Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 7 (December 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 7 (December 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Financial Explosion by the Editors
  • Nicaragua: The Strategy of Counterrevolution by William I. Robinson and Kent Norsworthy
  • Big Mac and the Tropical Forests by Joseph K. Skinner
  • Riding the Waves with the Wall Street Journal by Dan Subotnik
  • For a Better Love by Roque Daltón
  • Praxedis Guerrero: Early Revolutionary
    • Revolution Is Beautiful by Rey Devis
    • Forerunner of Feminism by Bobbye Ortiz
  • Books:
    • Communism in Harlem by Cornel West
    • A Quiet Violence by Cheryl Payer
    • Buried Treasure by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Correspondence: On India and Mexico by Firdaus Jhabvala
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 6 (November 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 6 (November 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: America’s Working Man by David Montgomery
  • Socialism and Spirituality by Paul Buhle and Thomas Fiehrer
  • Dept Trap Peonage by Chinweizu
  • The Resurrection of Out-Work by Bettina Berch
  • Books:
    • Cuba’s Economic Performance by Andrew Zimbalist
    • India’s Development Path by Paresh Chattopadhyay
  • Correspondence: Spain: Systematic Torture in a Democratic State by Hylah M. Jacques
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 5 (October 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 5 (October 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Strange Recovery of 1983–1984 by the Editors
  • Democracy and the Dependent Capitalist State in Latin America by Kenneth Roberts
  • Korea and Dependency Theory by Aiden Foster-Carter
  • Disaster Prevention: Defining the Problem by Mahmood Mamdani
  • The World-System Theory of Oliver C. Cox by Herbert M. Hunter
  • Books: Private Troubles and Public Issues by Harry R. Targ
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 4 (September 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 4 (September 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Intervention in Vietnam and Central America: Parallels and Differences by Noam Chomsky
  • Questionnaire
  • Mr. Seaga’s Jamaica: An Inside Look by Bernard D. Headley
  • The Specificity of Soviet Capitalism by Charles Bettelheim
  • Rejoinder by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Correspondence: What Kind of Recovery? by H. L. Robinson
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 3 (July-August 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 3 (July-August 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Reflections on Anti-Communism by Ralph Miliband and Marcel Liebman
  • The Road Ahead by Vicente Navarro
  • Where is South Africa Going? by Beyers Naude
  • Nicaraguan Literacy Campaign: Its Democratic Essence by Russell Kleinbach
  • Center and Periphery: Reflections on the Irrelevance of a Billion Human Beings by Keith Buchanan
  • After Capitalism: What? by Paul Sweezy
  • Are There Economic Laws of Socialism? by Harry Magdoff
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 2 (June 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 2 (June 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Lessons of Vietnam by the Editors
  • A Short History of the War in Vietnam by Jayne Werner
  • They Also Serve… by Hans Koning
  • U.S. Black Mayors: What Next? A European Perspective by Bruno Cartosio
  • What Now for Blacks by James Boggs
  • Books: The Tragedy of Cambodia by Thomas F. Mayer
  • Correspondence:
    • Religion and the Left… And the Catholic Church by George Fish
    • What is Socialist Architecture? by Arthur Bassin
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 1 (May 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 1 (May 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Deficit, the Debt, and the Real World by the Editors
  • Mau Mau: 30 Years Later by John Newsinger
  • Burlington, Vermont: Socialism on the Local Level? by Beth Bates
  • 1984 and Beyond: Hope Today by Ronald Aronson
  • Books: Class and Race by Fred Curtis
  • Correspondence:
    • Marxism and the Facts of Live by Michael Losonsky, Jr.
    • Reply by Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff
    • How Powerful Is the Fed? by Andrew W. Caughhey
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 11 (April 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 11 (April 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Class and Power in Canada by Leo Panitch
  • The Vatican Strikes Back by Joel Kovel
  • The Philippine Economy by Charles W. Lindsey
  • Books:
    • Back to Bukharin by Carl Marzani
    • Africa: Alternative Perspectives by Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe
  • Correspondence:
    • The Corporate Income Tax by Arthur DiQuattro
      —Craig Medlen
      —Henry Park
    • Race and Class by Steven Shulman
  • Contents of Volume XXXVI
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 10 (March 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 10 (March 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What Is Marxism? by the Editors
  • The Uneasy Calm: Third World Debt… The Case of Mexico by John C. Pool and Stephen C. Stamos
  • Class in Marx’s Conception of History, Ancient and Modern by Geoffrey de Ste. Croix
  • Nicaragua Under Fire by John S. Saul
  • Two Elections by Victor Wallis
  • Books: The Crisis of U.S. Trade Unions by Thomas Michl
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 9 (February 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 9 (February 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Current Crisis in Latin America and the International Economy by Arthur MacEwan
  • Corporate Interests, Philanthropies, and the Peace Movement by Talmadge Wright, Felix Ridgriquez, and Howard Waitzkin
  • Reflections on the Present State of Economics by Josef Steindl
  • The Movement: A 25-Year Retrospective by Martin Oppenheimer
  • Books: Long Bow Revisited by Lynne Belaief
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 8 (January 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 8 (January 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Four More Years… Of What?
  • Class, Communalism, and Official Complicity: India After Indira by Amrita Kesselman and Mark Kesselman
  • Nicaragua’s Ethnic Minorities in the Revolution by Philippe Bourgois
  • Correspondence: The Way Forward by Anci Koppel, Perry Cartwright
  • Books:
    • The Best-Housed People in History by Tony Schuman
    • The New Cold War by Joe Stork
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