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Volume 66

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 5 (October 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 5 (October 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Beyond the Degradation of Labor: Braverman and the Structure of the U.S. Working Class” by R. Jamil Jonna, John Bellamy Foster
  • “The Emergence of Marx’s Critique of Modern Agriculture: Ecological Insights from His Excerpt Notebooks” by Kohei Saito
  • Review: “Vietnam War Era Journeys: Recovering Histories of Internationalism” by Michele Hardesty
  • Review: “E.P. Thompson: A Giant Remembered” by Paul Buhle
  • Review: “A Defining Moment: The Historical Legacy of the 1953 Iran Coup” by Younes Abouyoub
Volume 66, Number 4 (September 2014)

Volume 66, Number 4 (September 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “The Return of Fascism in Contemporary Capitalism” by Samir Amin
  • “The Criminality of Wall Street” by William K. Tabb
  • “An Ecologically Sound and Socially Just Economy” by Fred Magdoff
  • “The Political Economy of Dyslexia” by Steven Kovacs
  • Correspondence: “The Term “Capitalism” Has Lost Its Radical Edge” by Fred Block, The Editors (MR)
  • Review: “Living in the (Right-Wing) Media Glare” by Martha Biondi
  • Review: “How We Found Out About COINTELPRO” by Martin Oppenheimer
  • Review: “Flying Patterns” by Seth Sandronsky
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 3 (July-August 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 3 (July-August 2014)

  • “Surveillance Capitalism: Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age” by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney
  • “Electronic Communications Surveillance” by Lauren Regan
  • “The New Surveillance Normal: NSA and Corporate Surveillance in the Age of Global Capitalism” by David H. Price
  • “The Zombie Bill: The Corporate Security Campaign That Would Not Die” by Beatrice Edwards
  • “Surveillance and Scandal: Weapons in an Emerging Array for U.S. Global Power” by Alfred W. McCoy
  • “’We’re Profiteers': How Military Contractors Reap Billions from U.S. Military Bases Overseas” by David Vine
  • “U.S. Control of the Internet: Problems Facing the Movement to International Governance” by Prabir Purkayastha, Rishab Bailey
  • “Merging the Law of War with Criminal Law: France and the United States” by Jean-Claude Paye
  • “The National Security State: The End of Separation of Powers” by Michael E. Tigar
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 2 (June 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 2 (June 2014)

  • “Notes from the Editors, May 2014″ by The Editors (MR)
  • Review of the Month: “Popular Movements Toward Socialism: Their Unity and Diversity” by Samir Amin
  • “Labor and “Ed Deform”: The Degradation of Teachers’ Work through Standardized Testing and the New York City Evaluation System” by John C. Antush
  • “Marx on Gender and the Family: A Summary” by Heather Brown
  • “Rupert Murdoch: Not Silent, But Deadly” by Robert W. McChesney
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 1 (May 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Stagnation and Financialization: The Nature of the Contradiction” by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster
  • “China’s Grain Production: A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation?” by Zhun Xu; Wei Zhang; Minqi Li
  • “Australian Coal: Should It Be Left in the Ground?” by Hans Baer
  • “Crisis, Recovery, and the Transitional Economy: The Struggle for Cooperative Ownership in Greensboro, North Carolina” by Michael Joseph Roberto
  • Review: “Our Feminist Poet on Che” by Bernardine Dohrn
Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 11 (April 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 65, Number 11 (April 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “South Africa’s Resource Curses and Growing Social Resistance” by Patrick Bond
  • “Spain, Economic Crisis, and the New Enclosure of the Reproductive Commons” by Sandra Ezquerra
  • “A Practical Solution to an Urgent Need” by Gregg Shotwell
  • Exchange: “Climate Change: What Role For Reform?” by Christian Parenti
  • Exchange: “A Reply to Parenti” by The Editors (MR)
  • Review: “Wake Up and Smell the Oil: The Grass-Roots Struggle Against the Oil Plunder in Iraq” by Eddie J. Girdner