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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 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 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 62, Number 9 (February 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 9 (February 2011)

    Contents of Volume 62, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Trajectory of Historical Capitalism and Marxism’s Tricontinental Vocation by Samir Amin
    • Stephen Jay Gould’s Critique of Progress by Richard York and Brett Clark
    • States of Exception—Haiti’s IDP Camps by Valerie Kaussen
    • Is There Anything More to Say About the Rosenberg Case? by Staughton Lynd
    • Exchange: On Nuclear Power:
    • Response to John W. Farley’s ‘Our Last Chance to Save Humanity’ by Southern California Federation of Scientists
    • John W. Farley Replies
  • Poetry: Greed beyond Avarice by H. Rae Aston
  • Review: Cannabis Goes Communist by Daniel Huberman
  • Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 9 (February 2010)

    Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 9 (February 2010)

    Contents of Volume 61, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Age of Monopoly-Finance Capital by John Bellamy Foster
    • The U.S. Economy and China: Capitalism, Class, and Crisis by Martin Hart-Landsberg
    • Beyond “Green Capitalism” by Victor Wallis
    • István Mészáros, Pathfinder of Socialism by John Bellamy Foster
    • An Untold Chapter in Black History by Safiya Bukhari
    • Review Exploring the Dialectic of the Bolivarian Revolution by Michael A. Lebowitz
    Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 9 (February 2009) [PDF]

    Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 9 (February 2009) [PDF]

    Contents of Volume 60, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: A New New Deal under Obama? by by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
    • Nepal, a Promising Revolutionary Advance by by Samir Amin
    • Why Unions Still Matter by by Michael D. Yates
    • A Radical Vision for Today’s Labor Movement: The Importance of Internationalism and Civil Rights by by David Bacon
    • Review: Open Source Anti-Capitalism by by Sarah Grey
    • Special Supplement: The Path to Human Development: Capitalism or Socialism? by by Michael A. Lebowitz
    Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 9 (February 2008) [PDF]

    Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 9 (February 2008) [PDF]

    Contents of Volume 59, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Rachel Carson’s Ecological Critique by John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark
    • The Health Care Crisis in the United States by David Singer
    • Who Really Won the Space Race? by Peter Dickens and James Ormrod
    • The Future of Nuclear Power by Robert D. Furber, James C. Warf, and Sheldon C. Plotkin
    • Reprise No Nukes! A Review by Harry Magdoff and Paul M. Sweezy
    • Document? Proper Disposal of Hazardous Ideas: An EPA-Isador Nabi Bulletin by Isador Nabi
    • Review: The War for Control of the Periphery by Hannah Holleman and R. Jonna
    Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 9 (February 2007)

    Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 9 (February 2007)

    Contents of Volume 58, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Ecology of Destruction by John Bellamy Foster
    • Brazil Under Lula: An MR Survey
      • ‘No Radical Change in the Model’ by Foreword by John Bellamy Foster
      • The State and Economy in Brazil: An Introduction by Rosa Maria Marques & Paulo Nakatani
      • Lula and Social Policy: In the Service of Financial Capital by Rosa Maria Marques & Áquilas Mendes
      • The Financial Globalization of Brazil under Lula by Daniela Magalhàes Prates & Leda Maria Paulani
      • The Brazilian Economy under Lula: A Balance of Contradictions by Fabrício Augusto de Oliveira & Paulo Nakatani
      • The Neoliberal Agrarian Model in Brazil by João Pedro Stedile
    • Review: U.S. Imperialism and the Third World by M. Shahid Alam
    Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 9 (February 2006)

    Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 9 (February 2006)

    Contents of Volume 57, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Harry Magdoff, August 21, 1913–January 1, 2006
    • Review of the Month: Debunking as Positive Science: Reflections in Honor of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Stephen Jay Gould’s The Mismeasure of Man by Richard York & Brett Clark
    • The NAFTA Corridors: Offshoring U.S. Transportation Jobs to Mexico by Richard D. Vogel
    • Struggle Is a School: The Rise of a Shack Dwellers’ Movement in Durban, South Africa by Richard Pithouse
    • Reviews:
      • The Bread of Conquest by Sasha Lilley
      • Planting Seeds by Stephanie Luce
    Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 9 (February 2005)

    Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 9 (February 2005)

    Contents of Volume 56, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: India, a Great Power? by Samir Amin
    • Out of Sight & Out of Mind: A New Oceanic Imperialism by Mike Skladany, Ben Belton, Rebecca Clausen
    • Malcom X: His Legacy
      1. The Achievement of Malcolm X by John J. Simon
      2. Interview with Malcolm X by Malcolm X interviewed by A. B. Spellman
      3. The Murder of Malcolm X by Jigs Gardner
    • A Cup of Tea, Summer of ’72 by Borzoo Nabet
    • Reviews:
      • Inspriation from Behind the Walls by Michael D. Yates
      • A Man for All Seasons by Percy Brazil
    Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 9 (February 2004)

    Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 9 (February 2004)

    Contents of Volume 55, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: A Precarious Existence: The Fate of Billions? by Fred Magdoff
    • Rice Imperialism: The Agribusiness Threat to third World Rice Production by Matthew Clement
    • U.S. Imperial Strategy in the Middle East by Gilbert Achcar
    • Poverty and Inequality in the Global Economy by Michael D. Yates
    • Reviews:
      • The U.S. Prison State by Marilyn Buck
      • The Tragedy of U.S. Empire by Saul Landau
      • Manufacturing the Love of Possession by Richard York
    Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 9 (February 2003)

    Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 9 (February 2003)

    Contents of Volume 54, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The People of Vieques, Puerto Rico vs. the United States Navy by Linda Backiel
    • Land and Identity in Mexico: Peasants Stop an Airport by James W. Russell
    • Reebok and the Global Footwear Sweatshop by Bernard D’Mello
    • Europe: On the Rise to Hegemony or Caught in Crisis? by Ingo Schmidt
    • Correspondence: Lula Won! by Maurice Bazin
    • Review: People’s Power in Cuba by Hobard Spalding
    Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 9 (February 2002)

    Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 9 (February 2002)

    Contents of Volume 53, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Anti-Capitalism and the Terrain of Social Justice by Sam Gindin
    • The New Crusade: America’s War on Terrorism by Rahul Mahajan
    • Japan’s Stagnationist Crises by Joseph Halevi and Bill Lucarelli
    • Renewing Socialism by Leo Panitch
    • Book Reviews:
      • Conventional Economics: Scientific Pretensions, Ideological Dimensions by James M. Cypher
      • Antiwar Movements, Then and Now by Benjamin Shepard
    Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 9 (February 2001)

    Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 9 (February 2001)

    Contents of Volume 52, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Nader Campaign and the Future of U.S. Left Electoral Politics by the Editors
    • Race and Class in the Work of Oliver Cromwell Cox by Adolph Reed Jr.
    • Privatization and Urban Issues: A Global Perspective by William K. Tabb
    • Market Failures in U.S. Medicine by W. T. Whitney
    • Remembering Daniel Singer by Percy Brazil
    • Books: About the Workers and for the Workers by Michael D. Yates
    Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 9 (February 2000)

    Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 9 (February 2000)

    Contents of Volume 51, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • The Necessity of Gangster Capitalism: Primitive Accumulation in Russia and China by Nancy Holmstrom and Richard Smith
    • Overcoming Racism by Staughton Lynd
    • Kosovo and “the Jewish Question” by Howard Zinn
    • Books:
      • Subversion and Scholarship by Robert Engler
      • More Than Entertainment by Paul Street
    Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 9 (February 1999)

    Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 9 (February 1999)

    Contents of Volume 50, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Progressive Globalism: Challenging the Audacity of Capital by William K. Tabb
    • Reflections on the Politics of Culture by Michael Parenti
    • A Second Wave of National Liberation? by Fawzy Mansour
    • The U.S. Left and Media Politics by Robert W. McChesney
    • Social Change and Human Nature by Will Miller
    • Books: Fusing Red and Green by Paul Burkett
    Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 9 (February 1998)

    Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 9 (February 1998)

    Contents of Volume 49, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Confronting the Time Bind: Work, Family, and Capitalism by Peter Meiksins
    • New Labour and the Reorganization of British Politics by Simon Kennedy
    • The Uncontrollability of Globalizing Capital by István Mészáros
    • Digital Diploma Mills: The Automation of Higher Education by David F. Noble
    • Books: The Judas Economy and the Limits of Acceptable Debate: A Critique of Wolman and Colamosca by Paul Street
    Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 9 (February 1997)

    Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 9 (February 1997)

    Contents of Volume 48, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Does the U.S. Labor Movement Have A Future? by Michael Yates
    • Exchange:
      • Capitalism, Globalization, and Epochal Shifts by A Sivanandan
      • Reply by Ellen Meiksins Wood
    • Efficiency and Welfare Under Capitalism: Denmark Vs. The United States; A Short Comparison by Andreas Jørgensen
    • Sexual Abuse and the U.S. Military Presents: The Philippines and Japan by Daniel B. Schirmer
    • Books: Making Democracy Safe for the Rich by Roderick Hill
    Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

    Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

    Contents of Volume 47, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Real Renewal for America: Time for Change, Time For Sharing by Adrian W. DeWind
    • “The Labor Market Is Unlike Any Other” by Michael D. Yates
    • The Ontario Election and After by Lukin Robinson
    • Japan and the Global Policeman by Daniel B. Schirmer
    • Cuba and the United States: A personal reflection on thirty-five years of conflict by Mike Faulkner
    • Books:
      • Race Rebels, Class Rebels by Paul Buhle
      • Lean and Mean by Jim Devine
      • Learning From Labor by Alan Wald
    Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 9 (February 1995)

    Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 9 (February 1995)

    Contents of Volume 46, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Global Ecology and the Common Good by John Bellamy Foster
    • Walter Benjamin and Marxism by Michael Löwy
    • Korea, China, and the United States: A Look Back by Hugh Deane
    • Remarks on Receiving the NECLC Tom Paine Award by Harry Magdoff and Paul Sweezy
    • Books:
      • The Political Is Personal by Annette T. Rubinstein
      • The Discipline of Desire by Michael Merrill
      • The Marxian Dialectic by James Lawler
      • Standing Up to the New Leviathan by James Devine
      • Fire Eyes: Fire Between the Legs by Joyce Stoller
      • The Shanghai Textbook
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