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Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 11 (April 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 11 (April 2010)

Contents of Volume 61, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: How to Visit a Socialist Country by Richard Levins
  • The Limits of Minskys Financial Instability Hypothesis as an Explanation of the Crisis by Thomas I. Palley
  • Listen Keynesians, Its the System! Response to Palley by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Reprise: Financial Instability: Where Will It All End? by Harry Magdoff and Paul M. Sweezy
  • Poetry: You, Again by Adrienne Rich
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 10 (March 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 10 (March 2010)

Contents of Volume 61, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism by Fred Magdoff and John Bellamy Foster
  • Sanctions on Iran: Whats Missing from Obamas New Dialogue by Daniel Robicheau
  • Why Programs Fail by Richard Levins
  • Saving History from Oblivion in Guerrero by Peter Watt
  • Review: Margaret Randalls Years in Cuba by Mickey Ellinger and Jody Sokolower
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 9 (February 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 9 (February 2010)

Contents of Volume 61, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Age of Monopoly-Finance Capital by John Bellamy Foster
  • The U.S. Economy and China: Capitalism, Class, and Crisis by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Beyond “Green Capitalism” by Victor Wallis
  • István Mészáros, Pathfinder of Socialism by John Bellamy Foster
  • An Untold Chapter in Black History by Safiya Bukhari
  • Review Exploring the Dialectic of the Bolivarian Revolution by Michael A. Lebowitz
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 8 (January 2010)

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 8 (January 2010)

Contents of Volume 61, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Why Ecological Revolution? by John Bellamy Foster
  • Advertising Is a “Serious Health Threat” —to the Environment by Michael Löwy
  • Africa in a Changing World: An Inventory by Tsenay Serequeberhan
  • Jerusalem Holocaust Memorial & Palestinians’ Plight by Joseph E. Mulligan and S.J.
  • High in the Andes by James Mcenteer
  • Poetry: In Time by Denise Bergman
  • Review</strong Gramsci’s Grandchild by Elly Leary
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 7 (December 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 7 (December 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Seize the Crisis! by Samir Amin
  • The Vulnerable Planet Fifteen Years Later by John Bellamy Foster
  • Farmers, Mao, and Discontent in China by Dongping Han
  • The Assassination of Fred Hampton by the FBI and the Chicago Police, Forty Years Later by An interview with Jeffrey Haas
  • Reprise: Psychology and Social Science by C. Wright Mills
  • Reviews:
    • Cancer and Cold War Capitalism by Susan M. Chambré
    • Got Gas?
      Mark Thomas Belches Out the Coca-Cola Company by B Wardlaw
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 6 (November 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 6 (November 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Paradox of Wealth: Capitalism and Ecological Destruction by John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark
  • Capitalism and the Ecological Footprint by Samir Amin
  • What Needs to be Done by Fred Magdoff and Michael D. Yates
  • The Resistable Rise and Predictable Fall of the U.S. Supermax by Stephen F. Eisenman
  • Can Ecological Agriculture Feed Nine Billion People? by Jules Pretty
  • Poetry: Ballade of the Poverties by Adrienne Rich
  • Correspondence: The Real Economy & the Bubble Economy
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 5 (October 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 5 (October 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Monopoly-Finance Capital and the Paradox of Accumulation by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Lessons from the New Deal Public Employment Programs by Nancy E. Rose
  • Saying More With Less by Eduardo Galeano interviewed by Jonah Raskin
  • John Brown: 150 Years After Harpers Ferry by Terry Bisson
  • Do Increased Energy Costs Offer Opportunities for a New Agriculture? by Frederick Kirschenmann
  • Reviews:
    • Gouldiana Rising by Richard York
    • A Theory of Globalized Capitalism by Jeffery R. Webber
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 4 (September 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 4 (September 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Learning from ALBA and the Bank of the South: Challenges and Possibilities by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • A Different Perspective on the U.S.-India Nuclear Deal by Peter Custers
  • Against Literary Imperialism: Storming the Barricades of the Canon by Bruce Robbins
  • Globalization of Garibusiness and Developing World Food Systems by John Wilkinson
  • Reviews:
    • Indigenous Resistance in the Americas and the Legacy of Mariátegui by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
    • Unions Must Move Left, They Have No Alternative by David Bacon
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 3 (July-August 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 3 (July-August 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Agriculture and Food in Crisis: Conflict, Resistance, and Renewal
    • An Overview of the Food and Agricultural Crisis by Fred Magdoff and Brian Tokar
  • Understanding the Agrifood Crisis
    • Food Wars by Walden Bello and Mara Baviera
    • The World Food Crisis in Historical Perspective by Philip McMichael
    • Sub-Saharan Africa’s Vanishing Peasantries and the Specter of a Global Food Crisis by Deborah Fahy Bryceson
    • Origins of the Food Crisis in India and Developing Countries by Utsa Patnaik
    • Free Trade in Agriculture: A Bad Idea Whose Time Is Done by Sophia Murphy
  • Resistance and Renewal
    • Reducing Energy Inputs in the Agricultural Production System by David Pimentel
    • Agroecology, Small Farms, and Food Sovereignty by Miguel A. Altieri
    • Fixing our Global Food System: Food Sovereignty and Redistributive Land Reform by Peter Rosset
    • The Venezuelan Effort to Build a New Food and Agriculture System by Christina Schiavoni and William Camacaro
    • From Food Crisis to Food Sovereignty: The Challenge of Social Movements by Eric Holt-Giménez
  • Front Cover Photograph: Rice field in the Philippines by Fred Magdoff
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 2 (June 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 2 (June 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Penal State in an Age of Crisis by Hannah Holleman, Robert W. McChesney, John Bellamy Foster, and R. Jamil Jonna
  • The North American Auto Industry in Crisis by Herman Rosenfeld
  • Saying No to Soy: The Campesino Struggle for Sustainable Agriculture in Paraguay by April Howard
  • Jews Confront Zionism by Daniel Lang/Levitsky
  • Review: Don’t Pity the Poor Immigrants, Fight Alongside Them by Michael D. Yates
Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 1 (May 2009) [PDF]

Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 1 (May 2009) [PDF]

Contents of Volume 61, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism in Wonderland by Richard York, Brett Clark, and John Bellamy Foster
  • Inconvenient Truths about ‘Real Existing’ Zionism by Jacques Hersh
  • Poetry: Who’s Naïve? by Marge Piercy
  • Reviews:
    • Mao Zedong: Chinese, Communist, Poet by Jonah Raskin
    • Slumlord Aesthetics and the Question of Indian Poverty by Nandini Chandra
  • Reprise: Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
  • Correspondence: Prophets of the ‘ Permanent War Economy’ by Ernest Haberkern
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