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Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 3 (July-August 2002)

Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 3 (July-August 2002)

Contents of Volume 54, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Cultures of Socialism in the United States by Paul Buhle
  • One or Two Things I Know About Us: Rethinking the Image and Role of the “Okies” by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • Mike Alewitz, Labor Muralist by Paul Buhle
  • Portfolio: Insurgent Images by (following page 32) Mike Alewitz
  • Red New York by Joshua B. Freeman
  • The Left and Popular Culture: Film and Television by Paul Buhle and Dave Wagner
  • Left Turns in the Chicano Movement, 1965–1975 by Arnoldo Garcia
  • A View from New Mexico: Recolletions of the Movimiento Left by Elizabeth “Betita” Martinez
  • Kim Stanley Robinson, Science Fiction Socialist by Kim Stanley Robinson interviewed by Paul Buhle
  • Book Review: A Remarkable Journey by Pete Seeger
  • Cover Art: Detail of Design for Pathfinder Mural, 1988, by Mike Alewitz
Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 3 (July-August 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 3 (July-August 2001)

Contents of Volume 53, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Prisons and Executions… The U.S. Model: A Historical Introduction by the Editors
  • The “New” Criminal Justice System: State Repression from 1968 to 2001 by Christian Parenti
  • Lawyers, Jails, and the Law’s Fake Bargains by Michael Tigar
  • Cruel but Not Unusual: The Punishment of Women in U.S. Prisons by Interview with Marilyn Buck and Laura Whitehorn, by Susie Day
  • Prisoners of War by Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • Disablement, Prison, and Historical Segregation by Marta Russell and Jean Stewart
  • Prisoners are Citizens by Gregory Frederick
  • Reflections from this Side of the Razor Wire by Dr. José Solís Jordán
  • The Death Penalty and Globalization in Nigeria, the United States, and Europe by Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis
  • Teaching in Prison by Monica Frolander-Ulf and Michael D. Yates
  • Prison Advocacy in a Time of Capital Disaccumulation by Staughton and Alice Lynd
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 3 (July-August 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 3 (July-August 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Toward a New Internationalism by the Editors
  • Marx and Internationalism by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Language of Globalization by Peter Marcuse
  • Teamsters, Turtles, and Capital’s Designs by William K. Tabb
  • “Workers of All Countries, Unite:” Will This Include the U.S. Labor Movement? by Michael Yates
  • The Future of the Labor Left by Khalil Hassan
  • World Labor Needs Independence and Solidarity by David Bacon
  • After Seattle: Strategic Thinking About Movement Building by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Defunding the Fund, Running on the Bank by Patrick Bond
  • Where Was the Color in Seattle? Looking for Reasons Why the Great Battle was So White by Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez
  • Address to the South Summit by Fidel Castro
Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 3 (July-August 1999)

Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 3 (July-August 1999)

Contents of Volume 51, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Unhappy Families: Global Capitalism in a World of Nation-States by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Sub-Saharan African in Global Capitalism by John S. Saul and Colin Leys
  • Latin America at the End of the Millennium by James Petras and Henry Veltmeyer
  • Capitalism in Asia at the End of the Millennium by Prabhat Patnaik
  • The End of the Japanese Postwar System by William K. Tabb
  • Russian Capitalism Today by Stanislav Menshikov
  • European Capitalism Today: Between the Euro and the Third Way by Greg Albo and Alan Zuege
  • Booming, Borrowing, and Consuming: The U.S. Econoly in 1999 by Doug Henwood
  • The Present as History: Thoughts on Capitalism at the Millennium by David McNally
  • Index to Volume 50
Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 3 (July-August 1998)

Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 3 (July-August 1998)

Contents of Volume 50, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Introduction by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster, and Frederick H. Buttel
  • The Agrarian Origins of Capitalism by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Liebig, Marx, and the Depletion of Soil Fertility: Relevance for Today’s Agriculture by John Bellamy Foster and Fred Magdoff
  • Agriculture and Monopoly Capital by William D. Heffernan
  • Ecological Impacts of Industrial Agriculture and the Possibilities of Truly Sustainable Farming by Miguel A. Altieri
  • The Maturing of Capitalist Agriculture: Farmer as Proletarian by R. C. Lewontin
  • New Agricultural Biotechnologies: The Struggle for Democratic Choice by Gerad Middendorf, Mike Skladany, Elizabeth Ransom, and Laurence Busch
  • Global Food Politics by Philip McMichael
  • Rebuilding Local Food Systems from the Grassroots Up by Elizabeth Henderson
  • Want Amid Plenty: From Hunger to Inequality by Janet Poppendieck
  • Alternataive Agriculture Works: The Case of Cuba by Peter M. Rosset
  • The Importance of Land Reform in the Reconstruction of China by William Hinton
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 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 47, Number 3 (July-August 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 3 (July-August 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • What is the “Postmodern” Agenda? An Introduction by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Language, History, and Class Struggle by David McNally
  • The Politics of Cultural Studies by Francis Mulhern
  • Culture, Nationalism, and the Role of Intellectuals by Interview with Aijaz Ahmad
  • Where Do Postmodernists Come From? by Terry Eagleton
  • History and Black Consciousness: The Political Culture of Black America by Manning Marable
  • Postmodernism, Feminism, and Marx: Notes from the Abyss by Carol A. Stabile
  • Marx and the Environment by John Bellamy Foster
  • Northern Intellectuals and the EZLN by Daniel Nugent
  • Hobsbawm’s Century by Justin Rosenberg
Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 3 (July-August 1994)

Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 3 (July-August 1994)

Contents of Volume 46, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Sandinista Triumph: An Interview with a Revolutionary Priest by Joseph E. Mulligan, S. J.
  • From Opportunity to Imperative: The History of the Market by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Sweden: The Model That Never Was by Peter Cohen
  • The Responsibility of Historians by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz
  • North Korea: The Pentagon and Issues of War and Peace in the Asia-Pacific Region by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • The Disability Rights Movement and the Left by James I. Charlton
  • Europe’s Crises by Daniel Singer
  • Of Human Rights and Wrongs: China and the United States by Robert Weil
  • Books:
    • Progress and Power Post-Industrial Style by Robert Engler
    • The Hormel Strike: Workers’ Power, Business Unionism, and the Left by Bruce Nissen
Monthly Review Volume 45, Number 3 (July-August 1993)

Monthly Review Volume 45, Number 3 (July-August 1993)

Contents of Volume 45, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Eritrea: A Revolution in Process by Dan Connell
  • The Sun Is Not Always Dead At Midnight by Mahmood Mamdani
  • Comments on Mamdani by Basil Davidson
  • Environmental Degradation in Mexico by David Barkin
  • Is China Returning to Semi-Colonial Status? by David Barkin
  • Can the Chinese Dragon Match Pearls with the Dragon God of the Sea?: A Response to Zongli Tang by William Hinton
  • The Crisis of Socialism and the Third World by Franz J. Hinkelammert
  • Correspondence:
    • On the Question of Increasing Productivity by Basil Pollitt
    • Harry Magdoff Responds
    • Economic Surplus and Class Struggle by Lukin Robinson
  • Books: The Antiracist Imagination by Alan Wald
Monthly Review Volume 44, Number 3 (July-August 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 44, Number 3 (July-August 1992)

Contents of Volume 44, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Introduction by John Bellamy Foster
  • 1492 by Samir Amin
  • Rewriting Our History by Hans Koning
  • Queen Anacaona by Maggie Jaffe
  • Two Myths Are Not Better Than One by Bill Bigelow
  • Naming and Conquest by Joel Kovel
  • Columbus and the Indians by Theodor Rosebury
  • Christopher Columbus and the Enslavement of Amerindians in the Caribbean by Jalil Sued-Badillo
  • United We Stand! Joint Struggles of Native Americans and African Americans in the Columbian Era by Jan Carew