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Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 11 (April 1970)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 11 (April 1970)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Lenin Today: Eight Essays on the Hundredth Anniversary of Lenin’s Birth by edited by Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff
    • Foreword
      —Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff

  1. The Role of the Vanguard Party by James and Grace Boggs
  2. Latin America and the Theory of Imperialism by Eduardo Galeano
  3. Lenin and the “Aristocracy of Labor” by Eric Hobsbawm
  4. Lenin in 1905: A Revolution That Shook a Doctrine by Marcel Liebman
  5. The State and Revolution by Ralph Miliband
  6. The Theory of the Labor Aristocracy by Martin Nicolaus
  7. The Imperialist Partition of Africa by Walter Rodney
  8. From Lenin to Mao Tse-tung by George Thomson
  • Contents of Volume XXI
  • Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 10 (March 1970)

    Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 10 (March 1970)

    Contents of Volume 21, Number 10

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Notes on Inflation and the Dollar
    • State Capitalism in India by Paresh Chattopadhyay
    • Dictatorship Supported by The People: An Interview with Juan Bisch
    • Books: The Twilight of the Gods by Keith Buchanan
    • Correspondence: On Future Developments in the College Left by Robert B. Carson
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 9 (February 1970)

    Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 9 (February 1970)

    Contents of Volume 21, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Militarism and Imperialism by Harry Magdoff
    • What is Happening in Peru? by James Petras and Nelson Rimensnyder
    • Paul Nizan: Philosopher of Revolution by Andrew Feenberg
    • More Thoughts on the Movement by John McDermott
    • Correspondence: Politics in Command: A Commentary by C. E. Wilson
    • Problems of Underdevelopment by Nicolás Guillén
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 8 (January 1970)

    Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 8 (January 1970)

    Contents of Volume 21, Number 8

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Toward a Critique of Economics by Paul M. Sweezy
    • The Lumpenproletariat and the Revolutionary Youth Movement by Bruce Franklin
    • More on the Political Economy of Women’s Liberation by Mickey and John Rowntree
    • Atrocities in Vietnam: An NLF Report
    • Confronting Myths in Latin America by James D. Cockcroft
    • Books: Revolution in Portuguese Africa by Richard Morrock
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    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
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