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Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 4 (September 1969)

Monthly Review Volume 21, Number 4 (September 1969)

Contents of Volume 21, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Great Moondoggle
  • The Political Economy of Women’s Liberation by Margaret Benston
  • Campus Disruptions and the Liberal-Left by Douglas Dowd
  • Vale Leo Huberman by the Editor, Outlook Magazine
  • Where Are We Going? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Correspondence:
    • Anarchism and Socialism by Bruce R. McSheehy
    • Big Business and Government by Allen Solganick
Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 4 (September 1968)

Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 4 (September 1968)

Contents of Volume 20, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Reflections on the French Upheaval
  • The European Student Movements by John and Barbara Ehrenreich
  • Some Notes on the Culture of Imperialism by Irwin Silber
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books: Class Struggle in Africa by Richard Morrock
  • Correspondence:
    • Commoents on “Toward an International Strategy” J. Michael Dawn
    • The Price of Utopia by Basil R. Pollitt
    • Reply by Alexander Crosby
Monthly Review Volume 19, Number 4 (September 1967)

Monthly Review Volume 19, Number 4 (September 1967)

Contents of Volume 19, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Black and the Red
  • Two Letters To The Times
  • The Need for Revolution by Floyd B. McKissick
  • Capital and Imperialism: A Landmark in Marxist Theory by Horace B. Davis
  • Why the Cultural Revolution? by K. S. Karol
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books:
    • Culture of Poverty or Poverty of Culture? by Gordon K. Lewis
    • End of An Epoch in the Fight for Freedom by Philip Reno
Monthly Review Volume 18, Number 4 (September 1966)

Monthly Review Volume 18, Number 4 (September 1966)

Contents of Volume 18, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Strategy of Armed Struggle
  • The Confessions of Karl Marx
  • The Development of Undervelopment by Andre Gunder Frank
  • The United Fruit Co. by Pablo Neruda
  • How Ideas Work by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books: Malcolm X by Frank Kofsky
  • Correspondence
Monthly Review Volume 17, Number 4 (September 1965)

Monthly Review Volume 17, Number 4 (September 1965)

Contents of Volume 17, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Dominican Republic
  • Imperialism in the Dominican Republic by Vicente Girbau Leon
  • Socialism and the Market by Maurice Dobb, Charles Bettelheim, and a Specialist
  • Job Discrimination in the South by David Michaels
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books: China: A Spanish View by Keith Buchanan
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 4 (September 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 4 (September 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Goldwaterism
  • On the Mechanisms of Imperialism: The Case of Brazil by Andrew Gunder Frank
  • An Anniversary and a Revolution by Samuel Strong Pharr
  • Eatherly and Huie: A Communication by Sid Ross
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books:
    • When Hyenas Go Away by Keith Buchanan
    • From Peons to People by James Cameron
Monthly Review Volume 15, Number 4 (September 1963)

Monthly Review Volume 15, Number 4 (September 1963)

Contents of Volume 15, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Socialism and the Negro Movement
  • The Negro Problem in the U.S.: An Outsider’s View by Keith Buchanan
  • Lessons of the Philippine Guerrilla War by William J. Pomeroy
  • Latin American Economic Integration by Andrew Gunder Frank
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books:
    • South Africa’s Undergound by “South African”
    • Draper Refuted by William Leiss
    • A Quarter-Century of Unamericana by Alexander L. Crosby
    • The Real West Germany
  • A Book Announcement by the Editors
Monthly Review Volume 14, Number 4 (September 1962)

Monthly Review Volume 14, Number 4 (September 1962)

Contents of Volume 14, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: U.S. Capitalism at an Impasse
  • Questions and Answers on Cuba by J. P. Morray
  • Brazil, A Christian Country by Francisco Juliao
  • Reflections on the Spanish Civil War by H. H. Wilson
  • C. Wright Mills by Ralph Miliband
  • The Return to Organizing by Gaylord C. LeRoy
  • Books: the Paralysis of Agony by David Evanier
  • The Questionnaire by Wilson MacDonald
  • Murder in Los Angeles: A Protest
Monthly Review Volume 13, Number 4 (September 1961)

Monthly Review Volume 13, Number 4 (September 1961)

Contents of Volume 13, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Continuing Crisis
  • A New Death Valley by Jeanne Riha
  • Fascism and Schizophrenia: A Comminication by Philip Reno
  • The American Labor Movement by Officers of the ILWU
  • Cuba and the U.S. by Che Guevara
  • A Preview of History? by James Higgins
  • A Declaration of Conscience by American Artists and Writers
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 12, Number 4 (September 1960)

Monthly Review Volume 12, Number 4 (September 1960)

Contents of Volume 12, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Theory of U.S. Foreign Policy Part I
  • Waste in American Medicine by a Committee of Physicians
  • A Real Democracy by Fidel Castro
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Thinkers, Treasurers, and the Cold War by Barrows Dunham
Monthly Review Volume 11, Number 4 (September 1959)

Monthly Review Volume 11, Number 4 (September 1959)

Contents of Volume 11, Number 4

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Lunacy In The Midst Of Plenty
  • On Marxism: A Discussion
    • Comments by Joseph Starobin and Stanley Moore
    • Reply by by Paul A. Baran
  • South From China by Keith M. Buchanan
  • Whither American Labor? by K. M. Angell
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Socialism and the Man of Good Will by Samuel C. Florman