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Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Stagnation and Financialization: The Nature of the Contradiction” by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster
  • “China’s Grain Production: A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation?” by Zhun Xu; Wei Zhang; Minqi Li
  • “Australian Coal: Should It Be Left in the Ground?” by Hans Baer
  • “Crisis, Recovery, and the Transitional Economy: The Struggle for Cooperative Ownership in Greensboro, North Carolina” by Michael Joseph Roberto
  • Review: “Our Feminist Poet on Che” by Bernardine Dohrn
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 1 (May 2013)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 1 (May 2013)

  • Review of the Month: Who Will Lead the U.S. Working Class? by Michael D. Yates
  • The Political Economy of Decollectivization in China by Zhun Xu
  • Violence, USA: The Warfare State and the Hardening of Everyday Life by Henry A. Giroux
  • What they call acts of god by Marge Piercy
  • The Struggle for Food Sovereignty in South Korea by Byeong-Seon Yoon , Won-Kyu Song and Hae-jin Lee
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 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 1 (May 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 62, Number 1 (May 2010)

Contents of Volume 62, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Financial Power Elite by John Bellamy Foster and Hannah Holleman
  • Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the Propaganda System by Edward S. Herman and David Peterson
  • Reprise:The Dialectic of Social Science by Paul A. Baran
  • Reviews:
    • U.S. Terrorism in Vietnam by Jeremy Kuzmarov
    • Know Thine Enemy by Paul Le Blanc
    • The Rise and Fall of the United Farm Workers by Michael D. Yates
  • Poetry: For Howard by Marge Piercy
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 1 (May 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 1 (May 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism in Wonderland by Richard York, Brett Clark, and John Bellamy Foster
  • Inconvenient Truths about ‘Real Existing’ Zionism by Jacques Hersh
  • Poetry: Who’s Naïve? by Marge Piercy
  • Reviews:
    • Mao Zedong: Chinese, Communist, Poet by Jonah Raskin
    • Slumlord Aesthetics and the Question of Indian Poverty by Nandini Chandra
  • Reprise: Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • Correspondence: Prophets of the ‘ Permanent War Economy’ by Ernest Haberkern
Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 1 (May 2008) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 60, Number 1 (May 2008) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 60, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The World Food Crisis: Sources and Solutions by Fred Magdoff
  • United States of Insecurity by Noam Chomsky interviewed by Gabriel Matthew Schivone
  • The Subprime Debacle by Karl Beitel
  • Sweezy in Perspective by John Bellamy Foster
  • Poetry: Emergency Clinic by Adrienne Rich
  • Reviews:
    • A Revolutionary Identity by Forrest Hylton
    • Disaster Capitalism: An Offer You Can’t Refuse… Or Can You? by Michael Gould-Wartofsky
Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 1 (May 2007)

Monthly Review Volume 59, Number 1 (May 2007)

Contents of Volume 59, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Imperialist World System: Paul Baran’s Political Economy of Growth After Fifty Years by John Bellamy Foster
  • China, Capitalist Accumulation, and Labor by Martin Hart-Landsberg & Paul Burkett
  • Healing the Rift: Metabolic Restoration in Cuban Agriculture by Rebecca Clausen
  • The Left Opposition in Germany: Why Is the Left So Weak When So Many Look for Political Alternatives? by Ingo Schmidt
  • Review: Venezuela: Who Could Have Imagined? by Doug Dowd
Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 1 (May 2006)

Monthly Review Volume 58, Number 1 (May 2006)

Contents of Volume 58, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Household Debt Bubble by John Bellamy Foster
  • The End of Retirement by Teresa Ghilarducci
  • Trouble, Trouble, Debt, and Bubble by William K. Tabb
  • The Neoliberal ‘Rebirth’ of Development Economics by Rémy Herrera
  • Review: Capitalism is Rotten to the Core by Michael D. Yates
Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 1 (May 2005)

Monthly Review Volume 57, Number 1 (May 2005)

Contents of Volume 57, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Albert Einstein, Radical: A Political Profile by John J. Simon
  • Drawing: Albert Einstein by Alexander Dobkin
  • Dialectical Nature: Reflections in Honor of the Twentieth Anniversary of Levins and Lewontin’s The Dialectical Biologist by Brett Clark & Richard York
  • Labor Imperialism Redux?: The AFL-CIO’s Foreign Policy Since 1995 by Kim Scipes
  • Dressing the Wound: Organizing Informal Sector Workers by Fatma Ülkü Selçuk
  • Guantánamo and the New Legal Order by Jean-Claude Paye
  • Correspondence: Empire: American as Apple Pie by A. Kent MacDougall
  • Report from Venezuela: Aluminum Workers Choose Their Managers and Increase Production by Marta Harnecker
Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 1 (May 2004)

Monthly Review Volume 56, Number 1 (May 2004)

Contents of Volume 56, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Pentagon and Climate Change by the Editors
  • Ideology and Economic Development by Michael A. Lebowitz
  • Palestinian Women: Fighting two Battles by Susan Muaddi Darraj
  • Silencing the Cells: Mass Incarceration and Legal Repression in U.S. Prisons by Richard D. Vogel
  • Reprise: Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • Reviews:
    • Social Responsibility and the Poet by Kimberly Bird
    • Self-Reflection and Revolution by Astra Taylor
Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 1 (May 2003)

Monthly Review Volume 55, Number 1 (May 2003)

Contents of Volume 55, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Imperial America and War by John Bellamy Foster
  • Imperial Ambition by Noam Chomsky interviewed by David Barsamian
  • Behind the War on Iraq by Research Unit for Political Economy
  • ‘I Am in the Midst of a Genocide’: E-Mails from Gaza by Rachel Corrie
  • Review: Dispatches from Durban by Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 1 (May 2002)

Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 1 (May 2002)

Contents of Volume 54, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Upton Sinclair and the Contradictions of Capitalist Journalism by Robert W. McChesney and Ben Scott
  • U.S. Offensive in Latin America: Coups, Retreats, and Radicalization by James Petras
  • Zimbabwe, South Africa, and the Power Politics of Bourgeois Democracy by Patric Bond
  • Neoliberalism, the State, and the Left: A Canadian Perspective by Gregory Albo
  • Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 1 (May 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 1 (May 2001)

Contents of Volume 53, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What Happened to the Women’s Movement? by Barbara Epstein
  • Mergers, Concentration, and the Erosion of Democracy by Richard B. Du Boff and Edward S. Herman
  • The Geopolitics of Plan Colombia by James Petras
  • The Queer/Gay Assimilationist Split: The Suits vs. the Sluts by Benjamin H. Shepard
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 1 (May 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 1 (May 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Working-Class Households and the Burden of Debt by the Editors
  • More Form than Substance: Press Coverage of the WTO Protests in Seattle by William S. Solomon
  • How the United States Exports Managed Care to Third-World Countries by Howard Waitzkin and Celia Iriart
  • Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • Correspondence: James Galbraith, Leo Panitch, Sam Gindin
  • Books: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: The Politics of Rachel Carson by Ellen Leopold
  • Index to Volume 51
Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 1 (May 1999)

Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 1 (May 1999)

Contents of Volume 51, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Introduction: A Socialist Magazine in the American Century by Christopher Phelps
  • An Interview with Paul M. Sweezy
  • An Interview with Harry Magdoff
  • An Interview with Ellen Meiksins Wood
Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 1 (May 1998)

Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 1 (May 1998)

Contents of Volume 50, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • The Communist Manifesto Today by Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Note on The Communist Manifesto by Harry Magdoff
  • The Communist Manifesto After 150 Years by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Specters of Capitalism by Samir Amin
  • Why We Need A New Manifesto by Daniel Singer
  • Communists and Works in Ex-Communist Europe by Peter Gowan
  • What Goes Around Comes Around by Elly Leary
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 1 (May 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 1 (May 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • How to Spread the Word by Leo Huberman
  • Corporations and Citizenship by Paddy Ireland
  • The History of Class Struggle: From Original Accumulation to Neoliberalism by Kees van der Pijl
  • Books:
    • What About Keynes? by Doug Dowd
    • The Costs of Economic Liberalism by John Cavanagh
  • Index for Volume 48
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 1 (May 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 1 (May 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: “The First Revolt Against Globalization” by Raghu Krishnan
  • What Kind of Capitalism? The Revival of Class Struggle in Canada by Robert Chernomas and Errol Black
  • Origins of the Cold War: New Evidence by Patrick Flaherty
  • Correspondence: Scrofula: “The King’s Evil” by Percy Brazil
  • Books:
    • A Serious Person by W. H. Locke Anderson
    • The Intellectual and the Challenge of Palestine by Nubar Hovsepian
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 1 (May 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 1 (May 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Economic Reminiscences by Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Note on “Market Socialism” by Harry Magdoff
  • A Note on Kerala’s Development Achievements by V. K. Ramachandran
  • Notes on Writergate by Franklin Folsom
  • Correspondence:
    • E. P. Thmpson’s Quarrel with Post-1880 Marxism by Jack Weston
    • Correspondence by Roy H. May
  • Books:
    • The Reserve Armies of the Insecure by Bertram Gross
    • Financial Transformation for What? by Paul Burkett
    • Ecostruggle by Paul Buhle
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