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1996 issues

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 7 (December 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 7 (December 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Cuba: Love and Self-Reliance by Grace Lee Boggs
  • The World Economy, Market Imperatives, and Alternatives by Gregory Albo
  • In Defense of Utopia by Morris Zeitlin
  • Democracy and Human Rights: China and the West by Li Xing
  • Books:
    • Challenging the Bourgeois Paradigm by Colin Barker
    • From Marx to Gramsci by Michael Löwy
    • Nice Work, But You Can’t Get It by Michael Yates
  • Correspondence:
    • A Socialist Movement? by R. F. Price
    • Public Radio by Andrew Jay Teirman
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 6 (November 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 6 (November 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Russian Workers Under Yeltsin’s Regime: Notes on a Class in Defeat by Vladimir Bilenkin
  • The Blessings of Private Enterprise by Michael Parenti
  • Whose History Is It? by Harvey J. Kaye
  • Reflections on the Recent Work of Sheila Rowbotham: Women’s Movements and Building Bridges by Vinay Bahl
  • Books:
    • Honest, Able, and Fearless by John Mage
    • Walter Reuther, “Social Unionist” by Martin Glaberman
    • Cuba’s Health Care System by Will Podmore
  • Birthday Song by E. Y. Harburg
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 5 (October 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 5 (October 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Thurow on Social Security: The “Left” Strikes Again by Richard B. Du Boff
  • Issues of Class and Culture: An Interview with Aijaz Ahmad
  • U.S. Race Relations at the Crossroads in California by Anthony M. Platt
  • Books:
    • Lenin as Left-Hegelian: Reason and Revolution by Paul Leblanc
    • Take Me, I’m Yours by Doug Dowd
  • Correspondence:
    • Response to Victor Wallis by Ronald Aronson
    • Reply to Ronald Aronson by Victor Wallis
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 4 (September 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 4 (September 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Post What? by Doug Henwood
  • A View from the Trough by Richard Levins
  • The Roast Beef of Old England by John Newsinger
  • The Left-Liberal Consensus on Japan: A Methodological and Political Critique by Martin Hart-Landsberg and Paul Burkett
  • Correspondence:
    • Response to Lukin Robinson by Ken Morrison
    • Reply to Ken Morrison by Lukin Robinson
  • Books:
    • Writings for a Liberation Psychology by Joel Kovel
    • Makato Ito’s Socialism by William K. Tabb
    • Calling the Shots by Saul Landau
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 3 (July-August 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 3 (July-August 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • The Global Struggle for Democratic Communication by Robert W. McChesney
  • Modernity, Post Modernity, or Capitalism? by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Virtual Capitalism: The Political Economy of the Information Highway by Michael Dawson and John Bellamy Foster
  • Privatization of Telecommunications by Nicholas Baran
  • World Wide Wedge: Division and Contradiction in the Global Information Infrastructure by Peter Golding
  • Democracy and the New Technologies by Ken Hirschkop
  • Work, New Technology, and Capitalism by Peter Meiksins
  • The Propaganda Model Revisited by Edward Herman
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 2 (June 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 2 (June 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Imperalism and Culturalism Complement Each Other by Samir Amin
  • Left Feminism and the Return to Class by Joanne Naiman
  • “Of Course Murder”: On a Sort of Homage to Kurt Tucholsky by John Rosenthal
  • The Agony of Neo-Liberalism or the End of Civilization? by Boris Kagarlitsky
  • Books:
    • “Accumulate, Accumulate! That is Moses and the Prophets!” by Arthur DiQuattro
    • Revolutionary Folk Tales by Jack Weston
    • William Appleman Williams: Public Historian by Michael Meeropol
    • Progress and History by Alexander Saxton
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 1 (May 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 1 (May 1996)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: “The First Revolt Against Globalization” by Raghu Krishnan
  • What Kind of Capitalism? The Revival of Class Struggle in Canada by Robert Chernomas and Errol Black
  • Origins of the Cold War: New Evidence by Patrick Flaherty
  • Correspondence: Scrofula: “The King’s Evil” by Percy Brazil
  • Books:
    • A Serious Person by W. H. Locke Anderson
    • The Intellectual and the Challenge of Palestine by Nubar Hovsepian
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 11 (April 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 11 (April 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Five Theses on Actually Existing Marxism by Fredric Jameson
  • The Great Irish Famine: A Crime of Free Market Economics by John Newsinger
  • Observations on the Cuban Revolution by William Smaldone
  • Correspondence:
    • Pontin’s Churchill: A Response by Lukin Robinson
    • Reply to Lukin Robinson by John Newsinger
    • Response to the Editors’ Comment by Vincent Navarro
    • Responsibility of the Press: NPR and Mumia Abu-Jamal by Brian King
  • Books:
    • The Global Public Intellectual by Paul Burkett
    • Inside Information by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Index for Volume 47
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 10 (March 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 10 (March 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Is There any Hope for Cultural Studies? by Robert W. McChesney
  • Living As Though The Truth Were True by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Marketization of Mongolia by K. L. Abeywickrama
  • Correspondence:
    • For a Zapatista Style Postmodernist Perspective by Roger Burbach
    • Marxism and Postmodernism: A Reply to Roger Burbach by Ellen Meiksins Wood and John Bellamy Foster
    • On Hobsbawm’s Pessimism: A Response to Justin Rosenberg by David Englestein
  • Books:
    • For a Democratic Revolution by Jack Weston
    • “Makes Me Wanna Holler” by Thad Williamson
  • Films: Hemp, Hemp, Hooray by Joyce Stoller
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 9 (February 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Real Renewal for America: Time for Change, Time For Sharing by Adrian W. DeWind
  • “The Labor Market Is Unlike Any Other” by Michael D. Yates
  • The Ontario Election and After by Lukin Robinson
  • Japan and the Global Policeman by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Cuba and the United States: A personal reflection on thirty-five years of conflict by Mike Faulkner
  • Books:
    • Race Rebels, Class Rebels by Paul Buhle
    • Lean and Mean by Jim Devine
    • Learning From Labor by Alan Wald
Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 8 (January 1996)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 8 (January 1996)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: China: Six Years After Tiananment by Li Minqi
  • Fascism and Antifascism by Vincent Navarro
  • Editors’ Comment
  • Socialism Under Seige by Victor Wallis
  • Books:
    • Truth, Justice, and the Marxian Way by John Ehrenberg
    • “We’re all in this together” by Michael D. Yates
    • Secretary of Utopia by Michael Dawson