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1981

1981 issues

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 7 (December 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 7 (December 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Economic Crisis in the United States by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Latin America: Class Conflict and Capitalist Development by James Petras
  • International Medical Aid by Meredith Turshen and Annie Thebaud
  • Books: The War in Eritrea by Jordan Gebre-Medhin
  • Correspondence:
    • More on Self-Reliance by Aidan Foster-Carter
    • Reply to Aidan Foster-Carter by Jay R. Mandle
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 6 (November 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 6 (November 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Cold War and the Superpowers by Noam Chomsky
  • The Basic Economics of “Rearming America” by James M. Cypher
  • Anti-Indian Agitation and Economic Interests by Eileen M. Stillwaggon
  • The Untold Story of the Greensboro Massacre by Michael Parenti and Carolyn Kazdin
  • Nostalgia for Empire by Dan Smith
  • Correspondence: Modern Greece: Development or Underdevelopment… Another View by Theodore P. Lianos
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 5 (October 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 5 (October 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Deepening Crisis of U.S. Capitalism by the Editors
  • PCB, UE, and GE by Ed Bloch
  • The Corporate Stranglehold on Commodities Markets by Frederick F. Clairmonte and John Cavanagh
  • Books:
    • History as Human Agency by David Montgomery
    • The Vicissitudes of the Dollar by Michael Moffitt
    • Mexico: Revolution and the State by William Loeffler
  • The Consumer by Marge Piercy
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 4 (September 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 4 (September 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Call to Mutiny by Daniel Ellsberg
  • Dealing With The Doctors: The Canadian Experience by Errol Black
  • Is Monopoly Capitalism An Illusion? by John Bellamy Foster
  • Books: The Revolution is but a Beginning by Daniel Singer
    —Paul Sweezy Comments
  • Correspondence Labor and Overdue Social Change by Louis Goldblatt
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 3 (July-August 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 3 (July-August 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • The Crisis in South Africa: Class Defense, Class Revolution by John S. Saul and Stephen Gelb
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 2 (June 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 2 (June 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Revolution in Poland by Michael Szkolny
  • Socialism, Democracy, and Planning by Harry Magdoff
  • The World Crisis of the 1980s by Interview with Samir Amin
  • Books:
    • Capitalism with the Gloves Off by Doug Dowd
    • Kurdistan: The Unknown Struggle by Richard Morrock
  • Correspondence
    1. Clear and Present Danger by Michael Quirk
    2. —Name Withheld
    3. Comment by the Editors
Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 1 (May 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 33, Number 1 (May 1981)

Contents of Volume 33, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Competition and Monopoly by Paul M. Sweezy
  • U.S. Workers and the U.S. Labor Movement by Bruce Nissen
  • The Mexican Volcano by Jim Cockcroft and Ross Gandy
  • Books: Resistance and Accommodation by Joan Greenbaum
  • Correspondence:
    • The Characteristics of Capitalism by C. L. R. James
    • Reply by Paul Sweezy
  • “Was Marx a Black Man?” Reader’s Comments
    • —Earl Smith
      —Hans Blumenfeld
      —Arthur DiQuattro
      —John Reinecke
      —the Editors
Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 11 (April 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 11 (April 1981)

Contents of Volume 32, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Genocide in El Salvador by Vicente Navarro
  • The Politics of Self-Reliant Development by Jay R. Mandle
  • Walter Rodney: An Exemplary Life by William W. Hansen
  • Keynes as Critic of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Marxism by Bertell Ollman
  • Birthday Song by E. Y. Harburg
  • Where Surplus Value Comes From by Robert Tressell
  • Books: An Excellent Book by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Contents of Volume XXXII
Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 10 (March 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 10 (March 1981)

Contents of Volume 32, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Supply-Side Economics by the Editors
  • From Potato Sack to Potato Mash: On the Contemporary Crisis of the Third World by Eqbal Ahmad
  • The Women’s Struggle in Iran by Az
  • Accumulation and the Irish Crisis by Denis O’Hearn
  • Books:
    • Race is Class? Some Reflections on South Africa Inspired by Magubane by Immanuel Wallerstein
    • The Chinese Question in a Soviet Perspective by Ellen Brun and Jacques Hersh
  • Correspondence: More on The Myth of Capitalism Reborn by A Boston Study Group
Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 9 (February 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 9 (February 1981)

Contents of Volume 32, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Problem of India by Lawrence Lifschultz
  • Danger: Nuclear War by Jonathan A. Leonard
  • The Concept of “Appropriate Technology” by Wilfred A. Ndongko and Sunday O. Anyang
  • Books: Solar vs. Nuclear Energy by Bruce Nissen
  • Correspondence:
    • Radicals and Price Controls by Ken Harrison
    • Reply to Edward Herman by David Kotz
    • Reply to David Kotz by Edward Herman
Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 8 (January 1981)

Monthly Review Volume 32, Number 8 (January 1981)

Contents of Volume 32, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Reagan and the Nemesis of Inflation by the Editors
  • Lessons From Canada? by Cy Gonick
  • Tanzania: The Non-Marxist Path to Socialism? by Sevin Hirschbein
  • Books:
    • Brainwashing Under Freedom by Eloise Trosan and Michael Yates
    • Fixing Blame for the Letelier Murder by Albert Ruben
  • Correspondence: Carey McWilliams by Jean-Pierre Berlan