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Volume 63

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 11 (April 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 11 (April 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 11

  • Review of the Month: The Bull Market: Political Advertising by Robert W. McChesney and John Nichols
  • Sado-Monetarism: The Role of the Federal Reserve System in Keeping Wages Low by Michael Perelman
  • Red State Irony: Property Rights Enlisted in Class Struggle for the Environment by Neill Herring
  • Faux Internationalism and Really Existing Imperialism by Ellen Brun and Jacques Hersh
  • Review: Fredric Jameson: On the Reserve Army by Matt McGregor
Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 10 (March 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 10 (March 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 10

  • Review of the Month: The Great Inequality by Michael D. Yates
  • Structural Crisis Needs Structural Change by István Mészáros
  • Recessions and Human Misery: Dating the Cycle by Howard Sherman and Paul Sherman
  • Welcome to the Desert of Transition! Post-Socialism, the European Union, and a New Left in the Balkans by Srećko Horvat and Igor Štiks
  • Review: Reviving the Strike in the Shadow of PATCO by Steve Early
  • Review: A Most Reliable Ally: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Unions by Elly Leary
Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 9 (February 2012)

Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 9 (February 2012)

Contents of Volume 63, Number 9

  • Review of the Month: The Global Stagnation and China by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Ecological Civilization, Indigenous Culture, and Rural Reconstruction in China by Wen Tiejun, Lau Kinchi, Cheng Cunwang, He Huili, and Qiu Jiansheng
  • Ecological Marxism in China by Zhihe Wang
  • The Wisconsin Uprising by Robert W. McChesney
  • Exchange:
  • Marx and Engels and “Small Is Beautiful” by Samar Bagchi
  • A Response by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
  • Review: First, They Came for the Sex Offenders by Judith Levine
  • Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 8 (January 2012)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 8 (January 2012)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 8

    • Review of the Month: Women, Labor, and Capital Accumulation in Asia by Jayati Ghosh
    • Food as a Commodity by Fred Magdoff
    • The Paradox of Cuban Agriculture by Miguel A. Altieri and Fernando R. Funes-Monzote
    • Do the United States and Mexico Really Want the Drug War To Succeed? by Robert Joe Stout
    • Review: The Center Will Not Hold by Samir Amin
    • Review: Revenge of the Surplus by Marc James Léger
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 7 (December 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 7 (December 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 7

    • Review of the Month: Capitalism and the Accumulation of Catastrophe by John Bellamy Foster
    • Contradictions of Finance Capitalism by Richard Peet
    • Alfred Hitchcock Presents Class Struggle by Mervyn Nicholson
    • Review: Hans Fallada’s Anti-Fascist Fiction by Jonah Raskin
    • Review: The Machinery of Whiteness by Camille Goodison
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 6 (November 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 6 (November 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 6

    • Review of the Month: The Global Reserve Army of Labor and the New Imperialism by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
    • The Political Economy of the Egyptian Uprising by Stephen Maher
    • Interview: The Unifying Element in All Struggles Against Capital Is the Right of Everyone to Full Human Development by Michael Lebowitz
    • Review: South Africa—The Left Must Launch a Counteroffensive by Helena Sheehan
    • Review: The Evolution of Dialectical Humanism by Matthew Birkhold
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 5 (October 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 5 (October 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 5

    • Samir Amin at 80: An Introduction and Tribute by John Bellamy Foster
    • An Arab Springtime? by Samir Amin
    • The Democratic Fraud and the Universalist Alternative by Samir Amin
    • Quid Pro Quo? The Question of India’s Subordination to the ‘American Narrative’ by Vijay Prashad
    • Black/White Radical Alliances in the 1960s by Jane Duran
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 4 (September 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 4 (September 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 4

    • Review of the Month: The Ecology of Marxian Political Economy by John Bellamy Foster
    • Poetry: LIBERTÉ by Adrienne Rich
    • Reprise: Robinson Crusoe and the Secret of Primitive Accumulation by Stephen Hymer
    • An Oil-Rich Cuba? by Robert Sandels
    • Khalil Gibran International Academy: Racism and a Campaign of Resistance by Debbie Almontaser and Donna Nevel
    • Review: Environmental Justice and the Criminalizing of Dissent by Paul J. Comeau
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 3 (July-August 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 3 (July-August 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 3

    • Introduction by William Ayers and Rick Ayers
    • Education and the Structural Crisis of Capital by John Bellamy Foster
    • Education: The Great Obsession by Grace Lee Boggs
    • Another Education Is Happening by Julia Pointer Putnam
    • Testing, Privatization, and the Future of Public Schooling by An Assessor
    • Militarism and Education Normal by Erica R. Meiners and Therese Quinn
    • Reflections on the Racial Web of Discipline by Crystal T. Laura
    • The Culture of Poverty Reloaded by Monique Redeaux
    • Freedom’s Struggle and Freedom Schools by Charles Cobb, Jr.
    • Neoliberal Education Restructuring by Pauline Lipman
    • Subverting the Master(’s) Syllabus by Patrick Camangian
    • Cuba: Education and Revolution by Ricardo Alarcón
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 2 (June 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 2 (June 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 2

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:The Internationalization of Monopoly Capital by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney, and R. Jamil Jonna
    • The Jobs Disaster in the United States by Fred Magdoff
    • The Rise of the Working Class and the Future of the Chinese Revolution by Minqi Li
    • Poetry:Three Poems by Marilyn Buck
    • Review:The Emperor Has No Clothes But Still He Rules by Michael D. Yates
    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 1 (May 2011)

    Monthly Review Volume 63, Number 1 (May 2011)

    Contents of Volume 63, Number 1

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:On the Laws of Capitalism: Insights from the Sweezy-Schumpeter Debate by John Bellamy Foster
    • The Laws of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy
    • The Dialectic of Structure and History: An Introduction by István Mészáros
    • Reviews:
      • Labor’s Love Lost: War Among the Unions by Jon Flanders
      • Labor Revolts in the 1970s by Elly Leary
      • The Jack O’Dell Story by Paul Buhle
      • Woody Guthrie: Redder than Remembered by Scott Borchert
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