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1997

1997 issues

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 7 (December 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 7 (December 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Women Who Organized Harvard: A Feminist Model of Labor Organization? by Elly Leary and Jean Alonso
  • Imperialism and NGOs in Latin America by James Petras
  • Mexico’s Rising Inequality by James W. Russell
  • Music, Marxism, and the Hype about D.I.Y. by Barry Stoller
  • Books:
    • The Deng Xiaoping Era by Bruce Cumings
    • Washington Babylon by Vijay Prashad
    • The Martian Trilogy by John Newsinger
    • Strategy and Conflict by Lynn Turgeon
    • Surviving in Tough Country by J. Quinn Brisben
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 6 (November 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 6 (November 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Why Marxism? by Daniel Singer
  • The Enemy of Nature by Joel Kovel
  • Cuban Health Care and the U.S. Embargo by Peter Schwab
  • Exchange:
    • A Critique of Tabb on Globalization by Richard B. Du Boff and Edward S. Herman
    • Contextualizing Globalization: Comments on Du Boff and Herman by William K. Tabb
    • A Note on Du Boff and Herman by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Books:
    • Belated Praise of Communist Party Activists by Jack Weston
    • The Truth From Palestine by Camille Goodison
    • The Rise and Fall of the “Politics of the African Diaspora” by Robert Shaffer
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 5 (October 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 5 (October 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Che’s Revolutionary Humanism by Michael Löwy
  • Latin America: Thirty Years After Che by James Petras
  • A Revolutionary Life by Bill Doyle and Dorothy Doyle
  • Do Maquiladoras Matter? by David L. Wilson
  • Britain’s Opium Wars by John Newsinger
  • Books:
    • Invitation to a Feast by Doug Dowd
    • A Ruling Class Destroys Its Own Regime by Stanislav Menshikov
    • The Illusions of Postmodernism by Colin Mooers
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 4 (September 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 4 (September 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • More (Or Less) on Globalization by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Between Nuremburg and Amnesia: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa by Beth S. Lyons
  • The Many Lives of Meridel Le Sueur (1900–1996) by Alan Wald
  • Information Technology and Socialist Self-Management by Andy Pollack
  • Books: Free Market Democracy and Global Hegemony by John Bellamy Foster
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 3 (July-August 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 3 (July-August 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Labor, The State, and Class Struggle by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Talking About Work by Doug Henwood
  • Same As It Ever Was? The Structure of the Working Class by Peter Meiksins
  • Organizing the Unorganized: Will Promises Become Practices? by Fernando Gapasin and Michael Yates
  • American Labor: A Movement Again? by Kim Moody
  • Race and Labor Organization in the United States by Michael Goldfield
  • Zapatismo and the Workers Movement in Mexico at the End of the Century by Richard Roman and Edur Velasco Arregui
  • The “Late Blooming” of the South Korean Labor Movement by Hochul Sonn
  • The French Winter of Discontent by Daniel Singer
  • Notes on Labor at the End of the Century: Starting Over? by Sam Gindin
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 2 (June 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 2 (June 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Back to Marx by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Martin and Malcolm: How Shall We Honor Our Heroes? by Grace Lee Boggs
  • Globalization Is An Issue, The Power of Capital is The Issue by William K. Tabb
  • Pandemic Immiseration by A. Kent MacDougall
  • Exchange:
    • India: Caste and Great State Nationalism by S. V. Rajadurai and V. Geetha
    • Reply by Aijaz Ahmad
  • Books:
    • The End of the G-7 and Rising Imperialist Rivalry by Christopher Rude
    • The Chinese Diaspora by Ronald F. Price
    • The Guilt of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy
Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 1 (May 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 49, Number 1 (May 1997)

Contents of Volume 49, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • How to Spread the Word by Leo Huberman
  • Corporations and Citizenship by Paddy Ireland
  • The History of Class Struggle: From Original Accumulation to Neoliberalism by Kees van der Pijl
  • Books:
    • What About Keynes? by Doug Dowd
    • The Costs of Economic Liberalism by John Cavanagh
  • Index for Volume 48
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 11 (April 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 11 (April 1997)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Breath of Hope: On the Writings of Eduardo Galeano by Isabel Allende
  • Footnote to the Cold War: The Harvard Russian Research Center by Martin Oppenheimer
  • Nuclear Clouds Over The Korean Peninsula and Japan by Toshimargu Ogura and Ingyu Oh
  • Cry “Havoc!” and Let Slip the Dogs of War: McCarthyism, Korea, and Other Nightmares by Doug Dowd
  • Books:
    • Self-Portrait of a Revolutionary by Victor Wallis
    • Yugoslavia Dismembered by Lukin Robinson
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 10 (March 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 10 (March 1997)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Against Social De(con)struction of Science: Cautionary Tales from the Third World by Meera Nanda
  • Cuba Today and the Future of Cuban Socialism by Al Campbell
  • Political Correctness (and Courtesy) in Australia by Gary MacLennan
  • Books:
    • István Mészáros’ Beyond Capital by Joel Kovel
    • The People’s Church by Paul Surlis
  • Correspondence
    • Response to Martin Glaberman by Nelson Lichtenstein
    • Reply to Nelson Lichtenstein by Martin Glaberman
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 9 (February 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 9 (February 1997)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Does the U.S. Labor Movement Have A Future? by Michael Yates
  • Exchange:
    • Capitalism, Globalization, and Epochal Shifts by A Sivanandan
    • Reply by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Efficiency and Welfare Under Capitalism: Denmark Vs. The United States; A Short Comparison by Andreas Jørgensen
  • Sexual Abuse and the U.S. Military Presents: The Philippines and Japan by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Books: Making Democracy Safe for the Rich by Roderick Hill
Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 8 (January 1997)

Monthly Review Volume 48, Number 8 (January 1997)

Contents of Volume 48, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Requiem for Social Democracy? by Daniel Singer
  • The Socialist Ideal by William Morris
  • Structural Adjustment in Haiti by Mark Weisbrot
  • Environmental Echoes by Jeanne Riha
  • Books:
    • Exterminate All the Brutes by Camille Goodison
    • Lyricist on the Left by Paul Buhle
    • Image and Reality by David Finkel