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Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 11 (April 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 11 (April 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Class and Power in Canada by Leo Panitch
  • The Vatican Strikes Back by Joel Kovel
  • The Philippine Economy by Charles W. Lindsey
  • Books:
    • Back to Bukharin by Carl Marzani
    • Africa: Alternative Perspectives by Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe
  • Correspondence:
    • The Corporate Income Tax by Arthur DiQuattro
      —Craig Medlen
      —Henry Park
    • Race and Class by Steven Shulman
  • Contents of Volume XXXVI
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 10 (March 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 10 (March 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What Is Marxism? by the Editors
  • The Uneasy Calm: Third World Debt… The Case of Mexico by John C. Pool and Stephen C. Stamos
  • Class in Marx’s Conception of History, Ancient and Modern by Geoffrey de Ste. Croix
  • Nicaragua Under Fire by John S. Saul
  • Two Elections by Victor Wallis
  • Books: The Crisis of U.S. Trade Unions by Thomas Michl
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 9 (February 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 9 (February 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Current Crisis in Latin America and the International Economy by Arthur MacEwan
  • Corporate Interests, Philanthropies, and the Peace Movement by Talmadge Wright, Felix Ridgriquez, and Howard Waitzkin
  • Reflections on the Present State of Economics by Josef Steindl
  • The Movement: A 25-Year Retrospective by Martin Oppenheimer
  • Books: Long Bow Revisited by Lynne Belaief
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 8 (January 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 8 (January 1985)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Four More Years… Of What?
  • Class, Communalism, and Official Complicity: India After Indira by Amrita Kesselman and Mark Kesselman
  • Nicaragua’s Ethnic Minorities in the Revolution by Philippe Bourgois
  • Correspondence: The Way Forward by Anci Koppel, Perry Cartwright
  • Books:
    • The Best-Housed People in History by Tony Schuman
    • The New Cold War by Joe Stork
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 7 (December 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 7 (December 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Money Out of Control by the Editors
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1984 by Raymond Williams
  • The 1983 Nobel Prize in Economics: Neoclassical Economics and Marxism by Stephen A. Resnick and Richard D. Wolff
  • Correspondence:
    • “Religion and the Left”: A Commentary by Richard Levins
    • Do White Workers Benefit from Racism? by
  • Books:
    • A Particular Road by Marc Edelman
    • Cruising ’Nam by Marilyn B. Young
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 6 (November 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 6 (November 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Need for Tax Reform by the Editors
  • Corporate Taxes and the Federal Deficit by Craig Medlen
  • To Fidel Castro on his 58th Birthday: A Poem by Munyonzwe Hamalengwa
  • A View from the Garden by Alexander Saxton
  • Correspondence:
    • More on the Responsibility of the Left by Brian King
    • Media Double Standard by Norman G. Finkelstein
    • God Bless the Revolution by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • One World System or Two? by Lynn Turgeon
  • Books:
    • Soviet Foreign Policy by Andre Kuczewski
    • Reification and the Architectural Process by Harris Stone
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 5 (October 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 5 (October 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: From “Growth” to “Basic Needs“: The Evolution of Development Theory by Ibrahim M. Sameter
  • Brave New Corporate World: An Assessment of Industrial Policy by Richard McIntyre and Michael Hillard
  • Loyola, Lenin, and the Road to Liberation by Ludo Abicht
  • Correspondence:
    • Marxism and Christianity by Terry Brown
    • The Vatican and the Left by Charles J. Coe
      —Martin J. Livney
      —Charles Douglas Lewis
      —Carl Marzani
  • Books:
    • Modes of Production and Class Struggle by Samir Amin
    • Capitalism’s Contradictory History by Leften S. Stavrianos
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 4 (September 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 4 (September 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: A Lesson from History by the Editors
  • Contradictions in the Capitalist Development of Egypt: A Review Essay by Samir Amin
  • Saving the World Economy by John Loxley
  • Misunderstandings: Nicaragua by Michael K. Hertz
  • Correspondence:
    • Workers and State Power: A Reply to Jeremy Brecher by Norman Best
    • The Left and Elections by Fritz Silber
  • Books:
    • Mexican History and the Current Crisis by Donald Hodges and Ross Gandy
    • Revolution and Ideology in Africa by Goffredo Caccia
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 3 (July-August 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 3 (July-August 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Preface by the Editors
  • Religion and the Left: An Introduction by Cornel West
  • Insights from History:
    • The Christian-Marxist Dialogue of the 1960s by Dorothee Sölle
    • Basic Christian Communities and the Future of Latin America by Phillip Berryman
    • Preparing the Soil: Notes on Liberating Theologies in Asia by James Palm and Elizabeth Bounds
    • An Analysis of the Christian Left in the United States by Kathleen Schultz
    • Women’s Studies: A Poem by Sheila D. Collins
    • Fifteen Years of Ferment by Janet Kalven
    • Liberation Theology in the Bible Belt by Gil Dawes
    • Creed: A Poem by Claribel Alegría
  • From the Literature:
    • A Theology of Liberation by Gustavo Gutiérrez
    • The Gospel in Solentiname by Ernesto Cardenal
    • On Communist Priests by Camilo Torres
    • Black Religion and Black Radicalism by Gayraud S. Wilmore
    • Black Theology and the Struggle for Liberation in South Africa by Allan Boesak
    • Bibliography
    • Photo Credits: Cover photo by Eric Wheater
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 2 (June 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 2 (June 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Revolution and Reaction: U.S. Policy in Central America by Roger Burbach
  • Toward a Theory of the State in Socialism: The Case of China by Clifford DuRand
  • Teaching Mark Twain in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s by David Herreschoff
  • Correspondence: Zimbabwe: The Lesson Isn’t Over by Robert Ware
  • Books:
    • Marxism and Christianity by Joel Kovel
    • Revolution Remembered by Gordon Lewis
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 1 (May 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 1 (May 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What’s Wrong with the American Economy? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Transformation of the Philippine Economy by Robin Broad
  • 1984: Looking Backward at Orwell’s Novel of the 1940s by Gene H. Bell-Villada
  • OPEC’s Decade: Has It Made a Difference? by Michael Tanzer and Stephen Zorn
  • On Capital Punishment by Karl Marx
  • Correspondence:
    • Witness in Nicaragua by Russ Christensen
    • On the Responsibility of the Left by Prudence Posner Pace
  • Books:
    • The World Textile Industry by Edward S. Herman
    • Labor’s War by Steve Diamond
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