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Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 7 (December 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 7 (December 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Mészáros and the Critique of the Capital System: Foreword to The Necessity of Social Controlby John Bellamy Foster
  • “Saving the Unity of Great Britain, Breaking the Unity of Greater Russia” by Samir Amin
  • “Latin America Confronts the Challenge of Globalization: A Burdensome Inheritance” by Samir Amin
  • “Capitalism and the Commodification of Salmon: From Wild Fish to a Genetically Modified Species” by Stefano B. Longo; Rebecca Clausen; Brett Clark
  • “Paul Burkett’s Marx and Nature Fifteen Years After” by John Bellamy Foster
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 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 62, Number 7 (December 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 7 (December 2010)

Contents of Volume 62, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: ALBA and the Promise of Cooperative Development by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Blood on the Path of Love: The Striking Workers of Faisalabad, Pakistan by Qalandar Bux Memon
  • The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Test Scorer by Dan DiMaggio
  • A Centennial Remembrance: Two Letters on Monopoly Capital Theory by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  • Reviews:
  • The Indiscreet Banality of the Bourgeoisie by Jeff Dardozzi
  • Free-Market Feminism by Johanna Brenner
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 7 (December 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 7 (December 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Seize the Crisis! by Samir Amin
  • The Vulnerable Planet Fifteen Years Later by John Bellamy Foster
  • Farmers, Mao, and Discontent in China by Dongping Han
  • The Assassination of Fred Hampton by the FBI and the Chicago Police, Forty Years Later by An interview with Jeffrey Haas
  • Reprise: Psychology and Social Science by C. Wright Mills
  • Reviews:
    • Cancer and Cold War Capitalism by Susan M. Chambré
    • Got Gas?
      Mark Thomas Belches Out the Coca-Cola Company by B Wardlaw
Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 7 (December 2008) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 7 (December 2008) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 60, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Financial Implosion and Stagnation: Back to the Real Economy by John Bellamy Foster and Fred Magdoff
  • America Right or Wrong: Anglo-American Relations Since 1945 by John Newsinger
  • Braddock, Pennsylvania: Out of the Furnace and into the Fire by Jim Straub
  • Poetry: Happening upon the Exploding Sand Sculpture Competition on TV by Denise Bergman
  • Review: The Human Costs of Economic Growth by Immanuel Wallerstein
  • Review: Why Orthodox Economics Fails by Carlos J. Castro
Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 7 (December 2007)

Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 7 (December 2007)

Contents of Volume 59, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Political Islam in the Service of Imperialism by Samir Amin
  • Abu Ghraib and Insaniyat by Arshin Adib-Moghaddam
  • Self-Sourcing: How Corporations Get Us to Work Without Pay! by Martha E. Gimenez
  • Exchange
    • On the History of Imperialism Theory by Research Unit for Political Economy
    • Rediscovering the History of Imperialism: A Reply by John Bellamy Foster
  • Documents? The Nabi Papers by “Isador Nabi”
  • Correspondence
    • a Guaranteed Annual Income Will Not Work by Ken Collier
    • A Reply by Stephen J. Fortunato Jr.
  • Review: Reclaim the Neighborhood, Change the World by Vijay Prashad
Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 7 (December 2006)

Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 7 (December 2006)

Contents of Volume 58, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Monopoly-Finance Capital by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Myths of ‘Democracy Assistance’: U.S. Political Intervention in Post-Soviet Eastern Europe by Gerald Susman
  • Beyond Liberal Globalization: A Better or Worse World? by Samir Amin
  • Socialism and the Knowledge Economy: Cuban Biotechnology by Agustín Lage Dávila
  • Poetry: Pushing the Clock Hands Back
    Can’t You See It Coming? by Marge Piercy
  • Correspondence: Race and Poverty: An Exchange by David Roediger & Michael Zweig
Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 7 (December 2005)

Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 7 (December 2005)

Contents of Volume 57, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Crossing Race and Nationality: The Racial Formation of Asian Americans, 1852–1965 by Bob Wing
  • Poetry: The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882; Disassembled Wonder by Denise Bergman
  • Natural History and the Nature of History by Richard York & Brett Clark
  • The Glory and the Gutting: Steeler Nation and the Humiliation of Pittsburgh by Charles McCollester
  • Labor, the State, and the Struggle for a Democratic Zimbabwe by Patrick Bond & Richard Saunders
  • Review: Kathy Kell’s Chispa by Vijay Prashad
Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 7 (December 2004)

Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 7 (December 2004)

Contents of Volume 56, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Empire of Barbarism by John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark
  • The New Israel by Michel Warschawski
  • Mayhem in the Medical Marketplace by David U. Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler
  • Capital Punishment Update by Richard D. Vogel
  • Poetry: War Moon by Janet E. Aalfs
  • Winter Books Supplement:
    • Havoc, Inc.: Running Amok with Uncle Sam by Doug Dowd
    • Black Radical Enigma by Cedric Johnson
    • Washed Up on Long Island: Urban Renewal at the Beach by Ellen Leopold
    • Scarcity of What and for Whom? by Mark Hudson
Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 7 (December 2003)

Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 7 (December 2003)

Contents of Volume 55, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: U.S. Hegemony: Continuing Decline, Enduring Danger by Richard B. Du Boff
  • The Demand for Order and the Birth of Modern Policing by Kristian Williams
  • Poetry: Sneak and Peak by Marge Piercy
  • Correspondence: Q&A Regarding ‘The Global Minotaur’ by Joseph Halevi and Yanis Varoufakis
  • Reviews:
    • Unsustainable Cities by Brett Clark
    • Poisoning Our Food by Eddie J. Girdner
    • Language Reveals All by Heinz L. Kretzenbacher
    • The Tragedy of Rwanda by Kulin Robinson
Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 7 (December 2002)

Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 7 (December 2002)

Contents of Volume 54, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: U.S. Imperial Ambitions and Irag by the Editors
  • Challenging Neoliberal Myths: A Critical Look at the Mexican Experience by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Exchange:
    1. Post-Apartheid South Africa: A Reply to John S. Saul by Jeremy Cronin
    2. Starting from Scratch? A Reply to Jeremy Cronin by John S. Saul
  • Review: Don’t Mourn, Organize: Joe Hill’s Children by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 7 (December 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 7 (December 2001)

Contents of Volume 53, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Imperialism and “Empire” by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Challenge of Sustainable Development and the Culture of Substantive Equality by István Mészáros
  • World Conference Against Racism: A People’s Victory by Samir Amin
  • The Roots of International Racism by Fidel Castro
  • Document: A New Silk Road: Proposed Pipeline in Afghanistan by Testimony by Unocal vice president John J. Maresca
  • Lake Victoria: Casualty of Capitalism by A. Kent MacDougall
  • Books
    • Sixties Lessons and Lore by Bernardine Dohrn
    • A Collective Past Within Us by Paul Buhle
    • Radicals Known and Unknown by Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 7 (December 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 7 (December 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism’s Environmental Crisis: Is Technology the Answer? by John Bellamy Foster
  • Iraq Under Siege: Ten Years On by Anthony Arnove
  • The Role of Professional and Technical Workers in Progressive Social Transformation by Robert Heifetz
  • Freedom Schooling by Grace Lee Boggs
  • Books
    • “Saving” Social Security: A Neoliberal Recapitulation of Primitive Accumulation by Alan G. Nasser
    • Imperial Democracy: Conundrums of Japan in American Embrace by Mark Selden
Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 7 (December 1999)

Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 7 (December 1999)

Contents of Volume 51, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Global Economic Crisis, Neoloberal Solutions, and the Philippines by Kim Scipes
  • APEC At Auckland by Jim Delahunty
  • Competition and Class: A Reply to Foster and McNally by Robert Brenner
  • Marxism, Human Nature, and Social Change by Martha Gimenez
  • New Labour, New Thatcherites by John Newsinger
Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 7 (December 1998)

Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 7 (December 1998)

Contents of Volume 50, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Malthus’ Essay on Population At Age 200: A Marxian View by John Bellamy Foster
  • “Muslim” Women and “Western” Feminists: The Debate on Particulars and Universals by Shahrzad Mojab
  • U.S. Imperialism and 1898 by Hobart Spalding
  • Amilcar Cabral: An Extraction from the Literature by Sylvester Cohen
  • Books
    • L’Étranger et l’Étrangère: Camus Against the Other by John L. Hess
    • Capitalism and the Information Age by Ben H. Bagdikian
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 7 (December 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 7 (December 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Women Who Organized Harvard: A Feminist Model of Labor Organization? by Elly Leary and Jean Alonso
  • Imperialism and NGOs in Latin America by James Petras
  • Mexico’s Rising Inequality by James W. Russell
  • Music, Marxism, and the Hype about D.I.Y. by Barry Stoller
  • Books:
    • The Deng Xiaoping Era by Bruce Cumings
    • Washington Babylon by Vijay Prashad
    • The Martian Trilogy by John Newsinger
    • Strategy and Conflict by Lynn Turgeon
    • Surviving in Tough Country by J. Quinn Brisben
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 7 (December 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 7 (December 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Cuba: Love and Self-Reliance by Grace Lee Boggs
  • The World Economy, Market Imperatives, and Alternatives by Gregory Albo
  • In Defense of Utopia by Morris Zeitlin
  • Democracy and Human Rights: China and the West by Li Xing
  • Books:
    • Challenging the Bourgeois Paradigm by Colin Barker
    • From Marx to Gramsci by Michael Löwy
    • Nice Work, But You Can’t Get It by Michael Yates
  • Correspondence:
    • A Socialist Movement? by R. F. Price
    • Public Radio by Andrew Jay Teirman
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 7 (December 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 7 (December 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Public Broadcasting in the Age of Communications Revolution by Robert McChesney
  • Globalization Versus Labor by Dave Broad
  • Nicaraguan President Violetta Chamorro: “Five Years of Structural Adjustment” by Joseph Mulligan
  • The Politics of Free-Trade: The Global Marketplace as Closet Dictator by Peter Seybold
  • Books:
    • Madmen and Scribblers by W. H. Lock Anderson
    • Trategy for Conquest by Joel Kovel
Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 7 (December 1994)

Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 7 (December 1994)

Contents of Volume 46, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Unemployment: Capitalism’s Achilles Heel
  • China at the Brink: Class Contradictions of “Market Socialism” Part I by Robert Weil
  • Remembering Sol Adler by James Peck
  • Hurrying History by Ike M. Thacker IV
  • Is Economic Conversion and Jobs Really Possible? by Sheldon C. Plotkin, James C. Warf, Bennett Ramberg, John Bachar, Jr., and Al Yano
  • Correspondence:
    • A Serious Flaw in Kovel by William A. Reuben
    • A Response to W. H. Locke Anderson by Joel Kovel
    • A Reply to Joel Kovel by W. H. Locke Anderson
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