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Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 11 (April 1983)

Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 11 (April 1983)

Contents of Volume 34, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Supply-Side Theory and Capital Investment by the Editors
  • Biotechnology a Blessing for the Less Developed Nation? by Martin Kenney
  • British Imperialism and the Falklands by Martin Spence
  • The Worst of Times, the Best of Times by Mel Leiman
  • Women’s Self-Organization: Theory and Strategy by Johanna Brenner and Nancy Holmstrom
    • Response
      —Lise Vogel

  • Books: A Brilliant Piece of Detective Work by André G. Kuczewski
  • Correspondence: China’s Future by Robert Wuliger
  • Contents of Volume XXXIV
  • Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 10 (March 1983)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 10 (March 1983)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 10

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Marxism and Revolution 100 Years After Marx by Paul M. Sweezy
    • In Defense of the Black Family: The Impact of Racism on the Family as a Support System by Muhammad I. Kenyatta
    • Baseball, Hollywood, and Nicaragua by David Russell
    • Capitalism and Incarceration by Richard D. Vogel
    • Books: Who Started the Korean War? by Jon Halliday
    • Correspondence:
      • More on International Medical Aid (1) by Oscar Gish
      • More or Less, International Medical Aid (2) by Meredeth Turshen and Annie Thebaud
      • Socialism, Capitalism, and Inequality by Shirley Cereseto
      • Comment by Paul Sweezy
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 9 (February 1983)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 9 (February 1983)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 9

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:
      1. Social Security: The Phony Crisis by Jacob Morris
      2. The Struggle to Save Social Security by the Editors
    • Argentina: The Crisis of Ultramonetarism by Miguel Teubal
    • Revolutionary Strategy in Latin America by Billiam Bollinger
    • Double Consciousness and the Cultural Politics of F. O. Matthiessen by Leo Marx
    • Books: Corporate Power at the Local Level by Roger Bybee
    • Correspondence: The Need for Dialogue between Catholics and Leftists by Ted Snyder
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 8 (January 1983)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 8 (January 1983)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 8

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Listen, Keynesians! by the Editors
    • New Light on Dependency and Dependent Development by Arthur MacEwan
    • The Suppression of the Polish Workers Movement by Paul M. Sweezy
    • Captivity of the Press by S. B. O. Gutto
    • What Was I Doing With Such Dreams, Anyway? by W. H. Ferry
    • Books:
      • Revolutionary Nationalism in Zimbabwe by James H. Mittelman
      • History in the Grand Manner by Peter Worsley
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 7 (December 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 7 (December 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 7

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Responsibility of the Left by the Editors
    • Japan’s New Vulnerability by Herbert Bix
    • Can North American Sociology Be Applied To China? by Douglas F. Daniels
    • The Easter Rebellion: Defeat or Victory? by John Newsinger
    • Theses on the Capitalist State by Bertell Ollman
    • Books:
      • The Heart of the Matter by Doug Dowd
      • Western Marxism by Joel Kovel
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 6 (November 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 6 (November 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 6

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Nicaraguan Crisis by Richard Fagen
    • Financial Instability: Where Will It All End? by Paul Sweezy and Harry Magdoff
    • What Price Freedom in America? by Don Quinn Kelley
    • On the Rewriting of History by Bruce Franklin
    • Austria’s “Social Partnership”: A View from Within by Theodore Prager
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 5 (October 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 5 (October 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 5

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Meaning of Work: A Marxist Perspective by Harry Magdoff
    • Roots of the Sino-Vietnamese Conflict by John Kleinen
    • Two Americas, Two Worldviews, and a Widening Gap by Gene H. Bell-Villada
    • A Lunch with Marx by M. E. Grant Duff
    • Books:
      • U.S. Policy in Vietnam by Marilyn B. Young
      • The Workplace Democracy Movement: A Success, But For Whom? by Jerry Lembcke
    • Correspondence:
      • “The Fall of Michael Manley”: A Comment by Doris Kitson
      • Comment on A Comment on “The Fall of Michael Manley” by Arthur Lewin
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 4 (September 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 4 (September 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 4

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Nuclear Chicken by the Editors
    • Is There a Better Way? Development and the World Bank by Cheryl Payer
    • The Extraparliamentary Left in Europe by George Katsiaficas
    • Books:
      • On the Dictatorship of the Bourgeoisie: The View from the Shop Floor by Kostis Papadantonakis
      • Been Waiting by Poetry by Harold Joseph Recinos
      • Communications and Capitalism: Another Bias of Technology by Richard B. Du Boff
      • Raising Class Consciousness by Ira Cohen
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 3 (July-August 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 3 (July-August 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 3

    • Notes from the Editors
    • The Vatican as a Left Ally? by Carl Marzani
    • Church and Revolution in Nicaragua by Interview with Peter Marchetti
    • Socialist Societies Old and New: Progress Toward Women’s Emancipation? by Maxine Molyneux
    • Divided and Degraded: The Downtrodden Peoples of India by Ruth Glass
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 2 (June 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 2 (June 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 2

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Why Stagnation? by Paul M. Sweezy
    • Participation of Latin American Women in Social and Political Organizations: Reflections of Salvadoran Women by the Association of Salvadoran Women
    • The Ideology of the Nicaraguan Revolution by Harry E. Vanden
    • When Socialist Revolution Exploded in Mexico by Rey Devis
    • Books:
      • Reds II by Paul Le Blanc
      • A Valuable Resource by Chibuzo Nnate Nwoke
      • Marx and Historical Method by James M. Cypher
    • Correspondence: Cordial Reply to E. P. Thomson’s “Letter to America” by John Somerville
    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 1 (May 1982)

    Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 1 (May 1982)

    Contents of Volume 34, Number 1

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century by Harry Braverman
    • What U.S. Foreign Policy Faces in Rural El Salvador: An Eyewitness Account by Philippe Bourgois
    • Pros and Cons of Agricultural Mechanization in the Third World by Fred Magdoff
    • Books: The Struggle for Control of the World Capitalist Economy by Samir Amin
    • Correspondence:
      • Doctors and Socialized Health Care in Québec by John Osterman
      • Reply to Osterman by Errol Black
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