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Volume 66

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 11 (April 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 11 (April 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 10 (March 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 10 (March 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 9 (February 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 9 (February 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 8 (January 2015)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 8 (January 2015)

  • “Pete Seeger, Socialist Songster: Introduction” by Amy Schrager Lang, John J. Simon
  • “Who Was This Pete Fellow?” by Holly Near
  • “Don’t Waste Any Time In Mourning” by Daniel Rosza Lang/Levitsky
  • “Friends and Neighbors: Remembering Pete Seeger and Camp Woodland” by Emily Paradise Achtenberg
  • “Pete Seeger, Musical Revolutionary” by Brett Clark, Scott Borchert
  • Reprise: “Possibility and Hope: Getting from Here to There” by Pete Seeger, Linda C. Forbes
  • “iCapitalism and the Cybertariat: Contradictions of the Digital Economy” by Ursula Huws
  • Reprise: “Voices of Socialism: Karl Marx” by Ralph Miliband
Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 7 (December 2014)

Monthly Review Volume 66, Number 7 (December 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Mészáros and the Critique of the Capital System: Foreword to The Necessity of Social Controlby John Bellamy Foster
  • “Saving the Unity of Great Britain, Breaking the Unity of Greater Russia” by Samir Amin
  • “Latin America Confronts the Challenge of Globalization: A Burdensome Inheritance” by Samir Amin
  • “Capitalism and the Commodification of Salmon: From Wild Fish to a Genetically Modified Species” by Stefano B. Longo; Rebecca Clausen; Brett Clark
  • “Paul Burkett’s Marx and Nature Fifteen Years After” by John Bellamy Foster
Monthly Review, Volume 66, Number 6 (November 2014)

Monthly Review, Volume 66, Number 6 (November 2014)

  • Review of the Month: “Piketty and the Crisis of Neoclassical Economics” by John Bellamy Foster, Michael D. Yates
  • “Contra Hardt and Negri: Multitude or Generalized Proletarianization?” by Samir Amin
  • “The Ecological Civilization Debate in China: The Role of Ecological Marxism and Constructive Postmodernism—Beyond the Predicament of Legislation” by Zhihe Wang; He Huili; Meijun Fan
  • Poetry: “Welcome to post feminism and the left is obsolete” by Marge Piercy
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
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