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Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 11 (April 1965)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 11 (April 1965)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Road to Ruin (The U.S. in Vietnam)
  • The Murder of Malcolm X by Jigs Gardner
  • Planning and the Market by Charles Bettelheim
  • Reply by the Editors
  • More on Heroes and Heretics by Corliss Lamont
  • Rejoinder by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Response to “Beyond Automation” by Noel Day
  • Contents of Volume XVI
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 10 (March 1965)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 10 (March 1965)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Paul A. Baran (1910-1964)
    A Collective Portrait by edited by Paul M. Sweezy and Leo Huberman
    • Foreword
      • The Commitment of the Intellectual by Paul A. Baran
      • Social and Economic Planning by Paul A. Baran
      • An Alternative to Marxism? by Paul A Baran
      • Paul Alexander Baran: A Personal Memoir by Paul M. Sweezy
      • The Achievement of Paul Baran by Harry Magdoff
      • Statements by Moses Abramovitz, Alonso Aguilar, Charles Bettelheim, Peter Clecak, Isaac Deutscher, Maurice Dobb, W. H. Ferry, Robert Finn, Andrew Gunder Frank, Stephen H. Fritchman, Sean Gervasi, Louis Goldblatt, Lucien Goldmann, Jorge Graciarena, A Group of Spanish Graduate Economics Students, Ernesto Che Guevara, Eric Hobsbawm, Leo Huberman, Otto Kirchheimer, Adolf Kozlik, Oskar Lange, Herbert Marcuse, Ralph Miliband, Stanley Moore, Hans Motz, Keiji Ohara, José R. Olivares, John O’Neill, Arnaldo Orfila Reynal, Fredy Perlman, Robert Randolph, Ron Rappoport, Joan Robinson, Adam Schaff, Jesús Silva Herzog, Palmiro Togliatti, Harold G. Vatter, and Maurice Zeitlin
    • A Preliminary Bibliography of Paul Baran
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 9 (February 1965)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 9 (February 1965)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Kennedy-Johnson Boom
  • The Scars of the Ghetto by Lorraine Hansberry
  • Voices of Socialism: Karl Marx by Ralph Miliband
  • Quebec: Nationalism and the Working Class by Pierre Vallières
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books:
    • Socialism and Development in Cuba by Edward Boorstein
    • Rebel Voices by Harvey O’Connor
  • Comment on “The Triple Revolution”
    • The Need for a New Theory by W. H. Ferry
    • A Socialist Labor Party View by Nick Simon
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 8 (January 1965)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 8 (January 1965)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Foreign Investment
  • Korean Miracle by Joan Robinson
  • The Leap that Did Not Rest by D. S. Dawson
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books:
    • The New Abolitionists by Nell Salm
    • Turbulent Years by James Weinstein
  • Comment on “The Triple Revolution”
    • Triple Delusion by Andrew Gunder Frank
    • Can the Machines Run Themselves? by Stuart Meacham
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 7 (December 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 7 (December 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • After the Fall
      • The Cairo Conference
      • The British Election
      • The Chinese A-Bomb
      • The American Election
      • The Fall of Krushchev
  • Cambodia Between Peking and Paris by Keith Buchanan
  • The Chilean Election by Adolfo Gilly
  • Comment on “The Ordeal of British Guiana” by Sir Jock Campbell
  • Reply by Philip Reno
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The Triple Revolution: Some Questions and Notes by Todd Gitlin
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 6 (November 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 6 (November 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 6

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Triple Revolution
  • Beyond Automation by George and Louise Crowley
  • Agrarian “Reform” in South Vietnam by Richard Morrock
  • The Colonial War at Home by H. W. Edwards
  • Today’s Messiah by Leopoldo Aragon
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 5 (October 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 5 (October 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 5

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Inside the Cuban Revolution by Adolfo Gilly
    • Foreword
    1. The Cuban Revolution is Five Years Old
      • Industry or Agriculture
      • Money or Revolution
      • The Unions in Cuba
      • The Second Agrarian Reform
      • Two Tendencies in the Revolution
    2. National and International Planning
    3. Cuba in October
    4. Daily Life: The Revolution and Equality
    5. The Revolution Continues
    • Appendix: The Centralization of Industry
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 16, Number 3 (July-August 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 3 (July-August 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 3

  • Notes from the Editors
  • The Ordeal of British Guiana by Philip Reno
    • Introduction
    1. Part I
      Politics and Recent History
      1. Slavery, Indenture, and Colonial Rule
      2. The People’s Progressive Party
      3. Carrots and the Club
      4. The Search for Development Capital
      5. 1962: The Story Behind ‘Black Friday’
      6. 1963: A General Strike Halts Progress
      7. 1964: Freedom Still Forbidden
    2. Part II
      Economic Development
      1. Imperialism and Underdevelopment
      2. Background for Economic Planning
      3. Sugar and Socialism
      4. A Bauxite Base for Industry
      5. Land Reform and Family Farm Agriculture
      6. How Colonies Pay and Who Is Paid
      7. Massa Day Don
    • Postscript
    • List of Works Cited
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 2 (June 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 2 (June 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 2

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Brazil, Latin America, and the United States
  • Brazil: Requiem for an Illusion by Pablo M. Arriaga
  • The Afro-Asian Peoples and Latin America by Gregorio Goldenberg
  • Debunking the Debunker by Günther Anders
  • MR’s Fifteenth Anniversary
    • Birthday Speech by Barrows Dunham
    • Birthday Messages
    • Birthday Song by E. Y. Harburg
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 1 (May 1964)

Monthly Review Volume 16, Number 1 (May 1964)

Contents of Volume 16, Number 1

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Colonial War At Home
  • Interview with Malcolm X by A. B. Spellman
  • Paul A. Baran by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Imperialist Dilemmas in Southeast Asia by William J. Pomeroy
  • Israel and China by Ursula Wassermann
  • Newspapers? by Alex Crosby
  • Positive Aspects of the Sino-Soviet Dispute by Andrew Gunder Frank
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Books: Yesterday’s Subversives by Stephen H. Fritchman
  • Where We Stand by the Editors