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Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 5 (October 1991)

Monthly Review Volume 43, Number 5 (October 1991)

Contents of Volume 43, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism and the Ancient Forest by John Bellamy Foster
  • “The Last Czechoslovakian Marxist”: An Interview with Egon Bondy by David Steinhardt
  • The Second Time as Farce: The Right’s New McCarthyism by Christopher Phelps
  • Correspondence: Remaking Marxism in the 1990s by Alan Wald
Monthly Review Volume 42, Number 5 (October 1990)

Monthly Review Volume 42, Number 5 (October 1990)

Contents of Volume 42, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Marxist Views: An Interview with Paul M. Sweezy by Yuzo Watanabe and Yoshiaki Wakima
  • The Red and the Green: Left Perspectives on Ecology by Katherine Yih
  • A New World to Exploit: The East Joins the South by Saul Landau
  • Correspondence:
    Two Comments on “Canada: Our Model?”
    1. —Errol Black and Jim Silver
    2. —Ron Crawley
    • Martin J. Marand Replies
  • Books:
    • Women and the Promise of Socialism by Eleanor J. Bader
    • Vito Marcantonio: A Durable Radical by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • Arab Stereotypes and the Limits of Honest Journalism by A. J. Chien
Monthly Review Volume 41, Number 5 (October 1989)

Monthly Review Volume 41, Number 5 (October 1989)

Contents of Volume 41, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: U.S. Imperialism in the 1990s by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Soviet Economic Crisis: The Most Immediate Stumbling Block and The Next Step by Teodor Shanin
  • Resettlement and Rural Development in Nicaragua by John L. Hammond
  • The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century by Harry Braverman
  • Books:
    • Labor’s Decline by Dana Frank
    • New Light on Athenian Democracy by Thomas C. Patterson
    • The Intelligentsia and Soviet Change by Daniel Singer
Monthly Review Volume 40, Number 5 (October 1988)

Monthly Review Volume 40, Number 5 (October 1988)

Contents of Volume 40, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Uprising in Palestine
  • Gorbachev’s New Thinking and World Politics by Leon Wofsy
  • Agnes Smedley, American Radical by Mark Selden
  • Correspondence:
    • Socialists and Israel: A Response to Martin Gouterman by G. Turner
    • —Response to Turner
  • Books:
    • The Collapse of the U.S. Military in Vietnam by David Cortright
    • Building Consciousness by David Lethbridge
Monthly Review Volume 39, Number 5 (October 1987)

Monthly Review Volume 39, Number 5 (October 1987)

Contents of Volume 39, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Capitalism and the Distribution of Income and Wealth
  • Remembering the Haymarket Anarchists: A Hundred Years Later by Lesley Wischmann
  • Western Hero or Gangster? The U.S. Dilemma by Cuthbert Carson Mann
  • Michal Kalecki by D. M. Nuti
  • Correspondence: On Returning to New Zealand by Keith Buchanan
  • Books:
    • The Rosenberg Case: A Historian’s Perspective by Staughton Lynd
    • For a Southerner, the Party Meant Justice by Alfred Greenberg
Monthly Review Volume 38, Number 5 (October 1986)

Monthly Review Volume 38, Number 5 (October 1986)

Contents of Volume 38, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Logic of Stagnation
  • El Salvador: Reminders of War by Eric Arnesen
  • The 1920s and the 1980s: A Comparison by Gregory Bergman
  • Correspondence: The Pitfalls of Psychologism by Joel Kovel
  • Books:
    • Art and the U.S. Left by Elayne Rapping
    • The U.S. Invation of Vietnam by Marilyn B. Young
    • A Turn to Equality by John Bellamy Foster
Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 5 (October 1985)

Monthly Review Volume 37, Number 5 (October 1985)

Contents of Volume 37, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Strange Recovery of 1983–1984 by the Editors
  • Democracy and the Dependent Capitalist State in Latin America by Kenneth Roberts
  • Korea and Dependency Theory by Aiden Foster-Carter
  • Disaster Prevention: Defining the Problem by Mahmood Mamdani
  • The World-System Theory of Oliver C. Cox by Herbert M. Hunter
  • Books: Private Troubles and Public Issues by Harry R. Targ
Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 5 (October 1984)

Monthly Review Volume 36, Number 5 (October 1984)

Contents of Volume 36, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: From “Growth” to “Basic Needs“: The Evolution of Development Theory by Ibrahim M. Sameter
  • Brave New Corporate World: An Assessment of Industrial Policy by Richard McIntyre and Michael Hillard
  • Loyola, Lenin, and the Road to Liberation by Ludo Abicht
  • Correspondence:
    • Marxism and Christianity by Terry Brown
    • The Vatican and the Left by Charles J. Coe
      —Martin J. Livney
      —Charles Douglas Lewis
      —Carl Marzani
  • Books:
    • Modes of Production and Class Struggle by Samir Amin
    • Capitalism’s Contradictory History by Leften S. Stavrianos
Monthly Review Volume 35, Number 5 (October 1983)

Monthly Review Volume 35, Number 5 (October 1983)

Contents of Volume 35, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: International Finance and National Power by the Editors
  • The Economics of Destruction by Joan Robinson
  • Community Organizing, Client Involvement, and Poverty Law by Muhammad I. Kenyatta
  • Trade and Unemployment: Global Bread-and-Butter Issues by Ed Block
  • On Socialism by Paul Sweezy
  • Books:
    • Michael Novak’s Promised Land: Unfettered Corporate Capitalism by Edward S. Herman
    • Transforming the Social History of American Medicine by Jeffrey A. Holman
    • The Real Terrorists by Miles D. Wolpin
    • For National Independence and Social Liberation by Cheryl Payer
Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 5 (October 1982)

Monthly Review Volume 34, Number 5 (October 1982)

Contents of Volume 34, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Meaning of Work: A Marxist Perspective by Harry Magdoff
  • Roots of the Sino-Vietnamese Conflict by John Kleinen
  • Two Americas, Two Worldviews, and a Widening Gap by Gene H. Bell-Villada
  • A Lunch with Marx by M. E. Grant Duff
  • Books:
    • U.S. Policy in Vietnam by Marilyn B. Young
    • The Workplace Democracy Movement: A Success, But For Whom? by Jerry Lembcke
  • Correspondence:
    • “The Fall of Michael Manley”: A Comment by Doris Kitson
    • Comment on A Comment on “The Fall of Michael Manley” by Arthur Lewin
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