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Volume 52

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 11 (April 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 11 (April 2001)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The New Economy: Myth and Reality by the Editors
  • New Economy… Same Irrational Economy by William K. Tabb
  • The “New” Economy and the Labor Movement by Michael D. Yates
  • The Disposable Worker by Ken Hudson
  • The Magical-Market World of Disney by Janet Wasko
  • The “New Economy” and the Speculative Bubble: an Interview with Doug Henwood
  • Books: Neoliberalism from Reagan to Clinton by Gregoy Albo
  • Author Index to Volume 52
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 10 (March 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 10 (March 2001)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Global Media, Neoliberalism, and Imperialism by Robert W. McChesney
  • Background to the Parliamentary Elections in Iran by Morteza Mohit
  • Clerical Oligarchy and the Question of “Democracy” in Iran by Saeed Rahnema and Haideh Moghissi
  • Books:
    • Subverting a Model by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • Capitalism and Crisis: Creating a Jailhouse Nation by David Gilbert
    • The Myth of the Middle-Class Society by Paul Buhle
    • Refuting the Big Lie by Doug Dowd
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 9 (February 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 9 (February 2001)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Nader Campaign and the Future of U.S. Left Electoral Politics by the Editors
  • Race and Class in the Work of Oliver Cromwell Cox by Adolph Reed Jr.
  • Privatization and Urban Issues: A Global Perspective by William K. Tabb
  • Market Failures in U.S. Medicine by W. T. Whitney
  • Remembering Daniel Singer by Percy Brazil
  • Books: About the Workers and for the Workers by Michael D. Yates
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 8 (January 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 8 (January 2001)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Cry for the Beloved Country: The Post-Apartheid Denoument by John S. Saul
  • Human Rights and the Ideology of Capitalist Globalization: A View from Slovenia by Sergej Flere
  • Does Ecology Need Marx? by Martha E. Gimenez
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 7 (December 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 7 (December 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism’s Environmental Crisis: Is Technology the Answer? by John Bellamy Foster
  • Iraq Under Siege: Ten Years On by Anthony Arnove
  • The Role of Professional and Technical Workers in Progressive Social Transformation by Robert Heifetz
  • Freedom Schooling by Grace Lee Boggs
  • Books
    • “Saving” Social Security: A Neoliberal Recapitulation of Primitive Accumulation by Alan G. Nasser
    • Imperial Democracy: Conundrums of Japan in American Embrace by Mark Selden
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 6 (November 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 6 (November 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Journalism, Democracy… and Class Struggle by Robert W. McChesney
  • A “Red” Government in the South of Brazil by Michael Löwy
  • Marx@2000.com by Andy Merrifield
  • Capital Crimes: The Political Economy of Crime in America by George Winslow
  • Books: The Levittown Legacy by Ellen Leopold
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 5 (October 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 5 (October 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Social Security, the Stock Market, and the Elections by the Editors
  • SNCC: What We Did by Julian Bond
  • The Taiping Peasant Revolt by John Newsinger
  • Correspondence: Reply to Khalil Hassan by Steve Early
  • Books:
    • Ecological Roots: Which Go Deepest? by Helena Sheehan
    • Setting the Record Straight on the Korean War by Martin Hart-Landsberg
    • The Neglected C. L. R. James by Paule Buhle
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 4 (September 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 4 (September 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Socialism: A Time to Retreat? by the Editors
  • Is Capitalism a Disease? The Crisis of U.S. Public Health by Richard Levins
  • Correspondence
  • Books:
    • Marx’s Ecological Value Analysis by John Bellamy Foster
    • Fathers and Sons by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • About to Burst by Geoffrey Fox
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 3 (July-August 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 3 (July-August 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Toward a New Internationalism by the Editors
  • Marx and Internationalism by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Language of Globalization by Peter Marcuse
  • Teamsters, Turtles, and Capital’s Designs by William K. Tabb
  • “Workers of All Countries, Unite:” Will This Include the U.S. Labor Movement? by Michael Yates
  • The Future of the Labor Left by Khalil Hassan
  • World Labor Needs Independence and Solidarity by David Bacon
  • After Seattle: Strategic Thinking About Movement Building by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Defunding the Fund, Running on the Bank by Patrick Bond
  • Where Was the Color in Seattle? Looking for Reasons Why the Great Battle was So White by Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez
  • Address to the South Summit by Fidel Castro
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 2 (June 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 2 (June 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Political Economy of the Twentieth Century by Samir Amin
  • A Question of Place by Grace Lee Boggs
  • The Threat of Fascism in Austria by Rick Kuhn
  • Alienation in American Society by Fritz Pappenheim
  • Books: Population Talk by Sarah Sexton
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 1 (May 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 1 (May 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Working-Class Households and the Burden of Debt by the Editors
  • More Form than Substance: Press Coverage of the WTO Protests in Seattle by William S. Solomon
  • How the United States Exports Managed Care to Third-World Countries by Howard Waitzkin and Celia Iriart
  • Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • Correspondence: James Galbraith, Leo Panitch, Sam Gindin
  • Books: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: The Politics of Rachel Carson by Ellen Leopold
  • Index to Volume 51
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