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Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 11 (April 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 11 (April 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Five Theses on Actually Existing Marxism by Fredric Jameson
  • The Great Irish Famine: A Crime of Free Market Economics by John Newsinger
  • Observations on the Cuban Revolution by William Smaldone
  • Correspondence:
    • Pontin’s Churchill: A Response by Lukin Robinson
    • Reply to Lukin Robinson by John Newsinger
    • Response to the Editors’ Comment by Vincent Navarro
    • Responsibility of the Press: NPR and Mumia Abu-Jamal by Brian King
  • Books:
    • The Global Public Intellectual by Paul Burkett
    • Inside Information by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Index for Volume 47
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 10 (March 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 10 (March 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Is There any Hope for Cultural Studies? by Robert W. McChesney
  • Living As Though The Truth Were True by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Marketization of Mongolia by K. L. Abeywickrama
  • Correspondence:
    • For a Zapatista Style Postmodernist Perspective by Roger Burbach
    • Marxism and Postmodernism: A Reply to Roger Burbach by Ellen Meiksins Wood and John Bellamy Foster
    • On Hobsbawm’s Pessimism: A Response to Justin Rosenberg by David Englestein
  • Books:
    • For a Democratic Revolution by Jack Weston
    • “Makes Me Wanna Holler” by Thad Williamson
  • Films: Hemp, Hemp, Hooray by Joyce Stoller
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Real Renewal for America: Time for Change, Time For Sharing by Adrian W. DeWind
  • “The Labor Market Is Unlike Any Other” by Michael D. Yates
  • The Ontario Election and After by Lukin Robinson
  • Japan and the Global Policeman by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Cuba and the United States: A personal reflection on thirty-five years of conflict by Mike Faulkner
  • Books:
    • Race Rebels, Class Rebels by Paul Buhle
    • Lean and Mean by Jim Devine
    • Learning From Labor by Alan Wald
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 8 (January 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 8 (January 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: China: Six Years After Tiananment by Li Minqi
  • Fascism and Antifascism by Vincent Navarro
  • Editors’ Comment
  • Socialism Under Seige by Victor Wallis
  • Books:
    • Truth, Justice, and the Marxian Way by John Ehrenberg
    • “We’re all in this together” by Michael D. Yates
    • Secretary of Utopia by Michael Dawson
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 7 (December 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 7 (December 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Public Broadcasting in the Age of Communications Revolution by Robert McChesney
  • Globalization Versus Labor by Dave Broad
  • Nicaraguan President Violetta Chamorro: “Five Years of Structural Adjustment” by Joseph Mulligan
  • The Politics of Free-Trade: The Global Marketplace as Closet Dictator by Peter Seybold
  • Books:
    • Madmen and Scribblers by W. H. Lock Anderson
    • Trategy for Conquest by Joel Kovel
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 6 (November 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 6 (November 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Part Played by Labor in the Transition from Ape to Man by Freidrich Engels
  • Posure Maketh The Man by Stephen Jay Gould
  • Ecology and Human Freedom by John Bellamy Foster
  • Tribute to Pasolini on the Twentieth Anniversary of his Murder by John Mage
  • Transitions in South Africa: To What by Peter Marcuse
  • Correspondence:
    • Lenin, Gramsci, and Marzani by Chrispher Phelps
    • Response to Toporowski by Jeff Rudin
  • Books:
    • Guatemalan Workers Take On Coke by Hobart Spalding
    • Unraveling Washington’s Cold War by Victor Wallis
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 5 (October 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 5 (October 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Government and Social Insurance: A View from the Left by Richard Du Boff
  • The Ideology of Competitiveness by James Rinehart
  • The Ideology of Russia’s Rulers in 1995: Westernizers and Eurasians by Vladimire Bilenkin
  • The Current Struggle for Philippine Sovereignty by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Books:
    • “Power Concedes Nothing Without A Demand” by Arthur MacEwan
    • Abbie Hoffman and a Troubled Democracy by Gene Fellner
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 4 (September 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 4 (September 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Globalizing the Economy: The Influence of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank by Michael Tanzer
  • The Third Sector as a Protective Layer for Capitalism by Joan Roelofs
  • Modern Barbarisms: Notes on the Fiftieth Anniversaries of Auschwitz and Hiroshima by Michael Löwy
  • In Eritrea by Dan Connell
  • Computers and Capitalism: A Tragic Misuse of Technology by Nicholas Baran
  • Books:
    • Here Today and Gone Tomorrow by Martin Oppenheimer
    • Crisis and the Environment by John Lie
    • The World Bank is Church Universal by James Devine
    • The Downing Street Years by John Newsinger
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 3 (July-August 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 3 (July-August 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • What is the “Postmodern” Agenda? An Introduction by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Language, History, and Class Struggle by David McNally
  • The Politics of Cultural Studies by Francis Mulhern
  • Culture, Nationalism, and the Role of Intellectuals by Interview with Aijaz Ahmad
  • Where Do Postmodernists Come From? by Terry Eagleton
  • History and Black Consciousness: The Political Culture of Black America by Manning Marable
  • Postmodernism, Feminism, and Marx: Notes from the Abyss by Carol A. Stabile
  • Marx and the Environment by John Bellamy Foster
  • Northern Intellectuals and the EZLN by Daniel Nugent
  • Hobsbawm’s Century by Justin Rosenberg
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 2 (June 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 2 (June 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Toward Alternatives: Re-Reading the Great Transformation by Kari Polanyi Levitt
  • The Clock Slows Down by Harry Magdoff
  • Moment of Truth for Social Democracy? by Daniel Singer
  • Castro Speaks in Copenhagen by Fidel Castro
  • Crime Rave by Anthony M. Platt
  • The Truth About The Information Highway by David Noble
  • Books:
    • Countering Amnesia by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • So Many Footnotes, So Many Questions by Russel Harrison
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 1 (May 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 1 (May 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Economic Reminiscences by Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Note on “Market Socialism” by Harry Magdoff
  • A Note on Kerala’s Development Achievements by V. K. Ramachandran
  • Notes on Writergate by Franklin Folsom
  • Correspondence:
    • E. P. Thmpson’s Quarrel with Post-1880 Marxism by Jack Weston
    • Correspondence by Roy H. May
  • Books:
    • The Reserve Armies of the Insecure by Bertram Gross
    • Financial Transformation for What? by Paul Burkett
    • Ecostruggle by Paul Buhle
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