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Volume 33

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 11 (April 1982)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 11 (April 1982)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: International Economic Distress and the Third World by Harry Magdoff
  • Marxism for the Few, or Let ’Em Eat Theory by Doug Dowd
  • The Taiwanese “Economic Miracle” by Sam Wynn
  • Books:
    • E. P. Thompson and English Civil Liberties by Brian Morton
    • Cuba and the Problem of Socialist Development by Frank T. Fitzgerald
  • Correspondence:
    • Return of Dr. Stranglelove? by Christian Bay
    • I Am Misinformed by Blase Bonpane
    • The Classic Contradiction of Capitalism by Jonathan Penzner
  • Contents of Volume XXXIII
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 10 (March 1982)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 10 (March 1982)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Investment Banking Revisited by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Debt Peonage: The Highest Form of Imperialism? by Bruce Franklin
  • The Dominican Model by J. Thomas
  • The Suicide of Anwar Sadat by Farida Shoubachi
  • Somocistas on Trial by Joseph K. Skinner
  • Books: The Rise and Fall of a Peoples’s Movement by David C. Ranney
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 9 (February 1982)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 9 (February 1982)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: A New New Deal? by the Editors
  • The Disintegration of Poland’s Economy by Timothy and Beth Bates
  • “Full Employment Capitalism” and the Labor Party by Ajit Singh
  • The IMF and the Foreclosure of Development Options: The Case of Jamaica by Norman Girvan and Richard Bernal
  • The Fall of Michael Manley: A Case Study of the Failure of Reform Socialism by Arthur Lewin
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 8 (January 1982)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 8 (January 1982)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Central America: The End of U.S. Hegemony? by Roger Burbach
  • Medical Planning for Nuclear War by Valeria Wasilewski
  • The Revenge of the Rentier or The Interest Rate Crisis in the United States by Jacob Morris
  • Namibia: Profits, Racism, and the “Soviet Threat” by Kevin Danaher
  • Repression in Indonesia: The Famous and the Nameless by Pat Flanagan
  • Books: Lester Thurow’s Zero-Sum Society by Edward S. Herman
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 7 (December 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 7 (December 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Economic Crisis in the United States by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Latin America: Class Conflict and Capitalist Development by James Petras
  • International Medical Aid by Meredith Turshen and Annie Thebaud
  • Books: The War in Eritrea by Jordan Gebre-Medhin
  • Correspondence:
    • More on Self-Reliance by Aidan Foster-Carter
    • Reply to Aidan Foster-Carter by Jay R. Mandle
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 6 (November 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 6 (November 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Cold War and the Superpowers by Noam Chomsky
  • The Basic Economics of “Rearming America” by James M. Cypher
  • Anti-Indian Agitation and Economic Interests by Eileen M. Stillwaggon
  • The Untold Story of the Greensboro Massacre by Michael Parenti and Carolyn Kazdin
  • Nostalgia for Empire by Dan Smith
  • Correspondence: Modern Greece: Development or Underdevelopment… Another View by Theodore P. Lianos
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 5 (October 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 5 (October 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Deepening Crisis of U.S. Capitalism by the Editors
  • PCB, UE, and GE by Ed Bloch
  • The Corporate Stranglehold on Commodities Markets by Frederick F. Clairmonte and John Cavanagh
  • Books:
    • History as Human Agency by David Montgomery
    • The Vicissitudes of the Dollar by Michael Moffitt
    • Mexico: Revolution and the State by William Loeffler
  • The Consumer by Marge Piercy
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 4 (September 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 4 (September 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Call to Mutiny by Daniel Ellsberg
  • Dealing With The Doctors: The Canadian Experience by Errol Black
  • Is Monopoly Capitalism An Illusion? by John Bellamy Foster
  • Books: The Revolution is but a Beginning by Daniel Singer
    —Paul Sweezy Comments
  • Correspondence Labor and Overdue Social Change by Louis Goldblatt
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 3 (July-August 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 3 (July-August 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • The Crisis in South Africa: Class Defense, Class Revolution by John S. Saul and Stephen Gelb
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 2 (June 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 2 (June 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Revolution in Poland by Michael Szkolny
  • Socialism, Democracy, and Planning by Harry Magdoff
  • The World Crisis of the 1980s by Interview with Samir Amin
  • Books:
    • Capitalism with the Gloves Off by Doug Dowd
    • Kurdistan: The Unknown Struggle by Richard Morrock
  • Correspondence
    1. Clear and Present Danger by Michael Quirk
    2. —Name Withheld
    3. Comment by the Editors
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 1 (May 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 1 (May 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Competition and Monopoly by Paul M. Sweezy
  • U.S. Workers and the U.S. Labor Movement by Bruce Nissen
  • The Mexican Volcano by Jim Cockcroft and Ross Gandy
  • Books: Resistance and Accommodation by Joan Greenbaum
  • Correspondence:
    • The Characteristics of Capitalism by C. L. R. James
    • Reply by Paul Sweezy
  • “Was Marx a Black Man?” Reader’s Comments
    • —Earl Smith
      —Hans Blumenfeld
      —Arthur DiQuattro
      —John Reinecke
      —the Editors
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