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Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 11 (April 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 11 (April 1992)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The United States, Japan, and the Gulf War by Interview with Mojtaba Sadria
  • The Subaltern Speaks by Alan Wald
  • The Rise and Fall of the German Democratic Republic by Hans A. Baer
  • After the Gulf War by Shmuel Amir
  • Books: A Red Star Is Rising Over Brazil by Michael Löwy
  • Index to Volume 43
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 10 (March 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 10 (March 1992)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Globalization: To What End? Part II
  • Actually Existing Privatization: An Interview with Yurii Marenich by David Mandel
  • Reversing the Verdicts: The Case of Reed College by Michael Munk
  • Gook: The Short History of an Americanism by Dave Roediger
  • Correspondence: Why Be Number One?
  • Books: Taking Up a Scythe by W. H. Locke Anderson
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 9 (February 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 9 (February 1992)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Globalization: To What End? Part I
  • The Counterrevolution in Nicaraguan Education by Michael Friedman
  • Why We Won’t See an American-Led Invasion of Haiti by Bernard D. Headley
  • ADAPT Sets a Good Example by J. Quinn Brisben
  • Correspondence:
    • The Future of Socialism: A View from Cuba, 1991 by Allan Isaksen and Robert Randolph
    • The CIA and the Cubana Airliner Bombing by Laurent B. Frantz
    • Relief for Unemployed Forest Workers by Hazel Wolf
  • Books:
    • Changes In Cuba’s Economy: Workers’ Control? by Jim Cockcroft
    • The Power of Things Not Seen by W. H. Locke Anderson
    • History’s People by Annette T. Rubinstein
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 8 (January 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 8 (January 1992)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Privatization and the Soviet Economy by Patrick Flaherty
  • Keeping Hope Alive in Nicaragua by Joseph E. Mulligan, S.J.
  • Peru on the Brink by Hobart A. Spalding
  • Correspondence: The “S”-Word Has Not Disappeared
  • Books:
    • The “Betrayal” of Czechoslovakia by Benjamin B. Page
    • The Meaning of the Communist Experience by Tom Mayer
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 7 (December 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 7 (December 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Class Societies: The Soviet Union and The United States. Two Interviews with Paul Sweezy
  • Understanding Keralam: The Tragedy of Radical Scholarship by K. T. Ram Mohan
  • Reply to K. T. Ram Mohan by Richard W. Franke and Barbara H. Chasin
  • Labor-Community Coalitions: Not All They’re Cracked Up To Be by Kim Scipes
  • Reply to Kim Scipes by Jeremy Brecher and Tim Costello
  • Monopoly Capital After Twenty-Five Years by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Books: Recovering American Socialism by Christopher Phelps
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 6 (November 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 6 (November 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Chinese Revolution: Was It Necessary? Was It Successful? Is It Still Going On? by William Hinton
  • Banishing the Mexican Revolution by Arthur MacEwan
  • Free Speech and the Market Economy by Joseph Skinner
  • Correspondence:
    • Fascism in Iraq by John Bellamy Foster
    • Imperialism and the Tyranny of Saddam Hussein by Tom Mayer
  • Books:
    • The Midnight of the Century by Lukin Robinson
    • The Manufacture of Terrorism by Joel Kovel
    • Hometown Gestapos by Ellen W. Schrecker
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 5 (October 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 5 (October 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism and the Ancient Forest by John Bellamy Foster
  • “The Last Czechoslovakian Marxist”: An Interview with Egon Bondy by David Steinhardt
  • The Second Time as Farce: The Right’s New McCarthyism by Christopher Phelps
  • Correspondence: Remaking Marxism in the 1990s by Alan Wald
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 4 (September 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 4 (September 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Class and Race: Life and Death Situations by Vincente Navarro
  • The Colonization of East Germany by Dorothy Rosenberg
  • Who Died For Whose Way Of Life?: Reflections on the Burdens of Race by Daniel Barbezat and Alexander George
  • The Tendency of the Surplus to Rise, 1963–1988 by Michael Dawson and John Bellamy Foster
  • Correspondence:
    • Reply to Burbach and Painter by Adam Novák
    • Rejoinder to Novák by Roger Burback
  • Books: The Asian NICs at the Crossroads by Martin Hart-Landsberg
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 3 (July-August 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 3 (July-August 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Pox Americana
  • Israel and Iraq: A Double Standard in the Application of International Law by Norman G. Finkelstein
  • Cuba’s Struggle for Self-Sufficiency by Carmen Diana Deere
  • Why the Emperor Can’t Afford New Clothes: International Change and Fiscal Disorder in the United States by Arthur MacEwan
  • The Road from Gdansk: How Solidarity Found Haven in the Marketplace by Gary Fields
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 2 (June 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 2 (June 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What’s New in the New World Order? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Marxism and the U.S. Left: Thoughts for the 1990s by Victor Wallis
  • U.S. and Canadian Labor: Convergence at Whose Expense? by Martin J. Morand
  • The British Intervention in Vietnam, 1945–1946 by John Newsinger
  • A Little Hiroshima in Panama by Interview with Dr. Guillermo Cohen-Degovia
  • Socialism in the 1990s: Where Do We Go From Here? by Oliver S. Loud
  • Correspondence: Two Comments on “Lessons to Be Learned’ by Jack Weston
  • Books: Radical Versus Liberal Environmentalism by Michael Tanzer
Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 1 (May 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 1 (May 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Hidden History of the Iraq War by Edward Greer
  • What Went Wrong? by William Hinton
  • Korea and the Philippines: A Century of U.S. Intervention by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Twelve Theses on the Crisis of “Really Existing Socialism” by Michael Löwy
  • Is the American Mind Getting Dumber? by Gene H. Bell-Villada
  • Correspondence:
    • Billy Bragg’s Powerful Commitment by William K. Tabb
    • Remembering the Spanish Civil War by Albert Prago
  • Books: Philosophy as Science by William Ash
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