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Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 4 (September 2002)

Monthly Review Volume 54, Number 4 (September 2002)

Contents of Volume 54, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    1. Capitalism Twin Crises: Economic & Environmental by Fred Magdoff
    2. Capitalism and Ecology: The Nature of the Contradiction by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Clash of Barbarisms by Gilbert Achcar
  • Feminist Consciousness After the Women’s Movement by Barbara Epstein
  • Borderland Visions: Maroons and Outlyers in Early American History by Mark A. Lause
  • How I Became a Socialist by Hellen Keller
  • Correspondence: Let Them Dig Coal by Roland F. Gray
  • Book Reviews:
    • A Student-Worker Alliance is Born by Michael D. Yates
    • What Alternative to Globalization? by Victor Wallis
Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 4 (September 2001)

Monthly Review Volume 53, Number 4 (September 2001)

Contents of Volume 53, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Anarchism and the Anti-Globalization Movement by Barbara Epstein
  • Washington’s New Interventionism: U.S. Hegemony and Inter-Imperialist Rivalries by David N. Gibbs
  • Marxism and the Social Sciences by Maurice Dobb
  • Books:
    • Refusing to Cooperate by Lawrence Kaplan
    • U.S. Militarism and Imperialism and the Japanese “Miracle” by Joseph Halevi
Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 4 (September 2000)

Monthly Review Volume 52, Number 4 (September 2000)

Contents of Volume 52, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Socialism: A Time to Retreat? by the Editors
  • Is Capitalism a Disease? The Crisis of U.S. Public Health by Richard Levins
  • Correspondence
  • Books:
    • Marx’s Ecological Value Analysis by John Bellamy Foster
    • Fathers and Sons by Annette T. Rubinstein
    • About to Burst by Geoffrey Fox
Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 4 (September 1999)

Monthly Review Volume 51, Number 4 (September 1999)

Contents of Volume 51, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Israeli Elections: Much Ado About Not Much by Shmuel Amir
  • The Politics of Capitalism by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Powerful Compassion: The Strike at Syracuse by Ali Shehad Zaidi
  • Remarks on Paul Sweezy on the Occasion of his Receipt of the Beblen-Commons Award by John Bellamy Foster
  • How the U.S.-Philippine War Began by Daniel Schirmer
  • For An Anniversary: Four Poems by Adrienne Rich
  • Books:
    • Work, Sweat, and Internationalism by Barry Carr
    • We Made It, So What? by Martin Oppenheimer
Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 4 (September 1998)

Monthly Review Volume 50, Number 4 (September 1998)

Contents of Volume 50, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Globalization on Trial: Crisis and Class Struggle in East Asia by David McNally
  • A Report from Minsk by Valentin Maslyukov
  • Keeping the Faith: The U.S. Left 1968–1998 by Victor Wallis
  • Books:
    • The Color of Politics by Aaron Brenner
    • The Politics of Class War from Above by Fred Block
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 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 47, Number 4 (September 1995)

Monthly Review Volume 47, Number 4 (September 1995)

Contents of Volume 47, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Globalizing the Economy: The Influence of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank by Michael Tanzer
  • The Third Sector as a Protective Layer for Capitalism by Joan Roelofs
  • Modern Barbarisms: Notes on the Fiftieth Anniversaries of Auschwitz and Hiroshima by Michael Löwy
  • In Eritrea by Dan Connell
  • Computers and Capitalism: A Tragic Misuse of Technology by Nicholas Baran
  • Books:
    • Here Today and Gone Tomorrow by Martin Oppenheimer
    • Crisis and the Environment by John Lie
    • The World Bank is Church Universal by James Devine
    • The Downing Street Years by John Newsinger
Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 4 (September 1994)

Monthly Review Volume 46, Number 4 (September 1994)

Contents of Volume 46, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Subcommander Marcos is More than Just Gay
  • The International Oil Industry: Recent Changes and their Implications for Mexico by Michael Tanzer
  • Cuba and the Liberation of Southern Africa by Sylvester Cohen, Jr.
  • Algerian Women Confront Fundamentalism by Karima Bennoune
  • Population and Development: Toward a Social Justice Agenda by Asoka Bandarage
  • Remembering Ralph Miliband by Joel Kovel
  • Books: Breaking the Mind-Forg’d Manacles by J. Quinn Brisben
Monthly Review Volume 45, Number 4 (September 1993)

Monthly Review Volume 45, Number 4 (September 1993)

Contents of Volume 45, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: What is the Meaning of Imperialism? by Harry Magdoff
  • Recent Developments in the Naxalite Movement by Tilak D. Gupta
  • Engendering the Philippine Revolution: An Interview with Vicvic by Delia D. Aguilar
  • Access: Post Cold-War Imperialist Expansion by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Toward a Cord of Solidarity by Elizabeth C. Kim
  • Correspondence: The Tempest and Babouk: Shakespeare and the Colonial Subject by Hal Jamison
Monthly Review Volume 44, Number 4 (September 1992)

Monthly Review Volume 44, Number 4 (September 1992)

Contents of Volume 44, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Aboriginal People and Imperialism in the Western Hemisphere by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz
  • The Direction of Soviet Economic Reform: From Socialist Reform to Capitalist Transistion by David Katz
  • Confessions of an MR Junkie by Joe Owens, S.J.
  • A Brief Biography of Samir Amin by Samir Amin
  • Correspondence: Shakespeare and the Subaltern by Annette Rubinstein