Vol. 47, No. 3: July-August 1995

  • 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: An Interview with Aijaz Ahmad by 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 Stabile
  • Marx and the Environment by John Bellamy Foster
  • Northern Intellectuals and the EZLN by Daniel Nugent
  • Hobsbawm's Century by Justin Rosenberg

Vol. 47, No. 2: June 1995

  • Toward Alternatives: Re-reading the Great Transformation by Kari Polanyi Levitt
  • The Clock Slows Down by Harry Magdoff
  • Moment of Truth for Social Democracy? by Daniel Singer
  • Castro Speaks in Copenhagen by Fidel Castro
  • Crime Rave by Anthony M. Platt
  • The Truth about the Information Highway by David Noble
  • Countering Amnesia by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • So Many Footnotes, So Many Questions by Russell Harrison

Vol. 47, No. 1: May 1995

  • Economic Reminiscences by Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Note on "Market Socialism" by Harry Magdoff
  • A Note on Kerala's Development Achievements by V. K. Ramachandran
  • Notes on Writergate by Franklin Folsom
  • E. P. Thompson's Quarrel with Post-1880 Marxism; Correspondence by Jack Weston, Roy H. May
  • The Reserve Armies of the Insecure by Bertram Gross
  • Financial Transformation for What? by Paul Burkett
  • Ecostruggle by Paul Buhle

Vol. 46, No. 11: April 1995

  • The Contradictions of Market Socialism by Jan Toporowski
  • Fifty Years is Enough! by Samir Amin
  • Bureaucrats and Autocrats by Cheryl Payer

Vol. 46, No. 10: March 1995

  • Popular Sovereignty vs. the State by Michael Parenti
  • Next in Line for NAFTA? Images from Chile by Howard Waitzkin
  • Multiculturalism and the History of Mathematics by Dirk Struik
  • Memories of Carl Marzani by Percy Brazil
  • The Final Crisis of Capitalism?; Toward the Future? by Allan Isaksen, R. F. Price
  • Dark Victory: Capitalism Unchecked by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • A Lincoln Communist by W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 46, No. 9: February 1995

  • Global Ecology and the Common Good by John Bellamy Foster
  • Walter Benjamin and Marxism by Michael Ly
  • Korea, China, and the United States: A Look Back by Hugh Deane
  • Remarks on Receiving the NECLC Tom Paine Award by Harry Magdoff, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Political is Personal by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Discipline and Desire by Michael Merrill
  • The Marxian Dialectic by James Lawler
  • Standing Up to the New Leviathan by James Devine
  • Fire Eyes-Fire Between the Legs by Joyce Stoller
  • The Shanghai Textbook by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 46, No. 8: January 1995

  • The Future of Capitalism: Does Capitalism Represent the Best Humanity Can Ever Hope To Achieve? by Basil 'Buzz' Hargrove
  • China at the Brink: Class Contradictions of "Market Socialism"Part II by Robert Weil
  • Chamberlain: Collusion, Not Appeasement by Christopher Hitchens
  • Churchill: Myth and Imperialist History by John Newsinger


Vol. 46, No. 7: December 1994

  • Unemployment: Capitalism's Achilles Heel by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • China at the Brink: Class Contradictions of "Market Socialism"Part I by Robert Weil
  • Remembering Sol Adler by James Peck
  • Hurrying History by Ike M. Thacker, IV
  • Is Economic Conversion and Jobs Really Possible? by The Editors (MR)
  • A Serious Flaw in Kovel; A Response to W. H. Locke Anderson; A Reply to Joel Kovel by William A. Reuben; Joel Kovel; W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 46, No. 6: November 1994

  • Labor and Monopoly Capital Twenty Years After: An Introduction by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Making of the U.S. Working Class by Harry Braverman
  • Labor and Monopoly Capital in the Labor Education Context by Bruce Nissen, Peter Seybold
  • Labor and Monopoly Capital for the 1990s: A Review and Critique of the Labor Process Debate by Peter Meiksins
  • The Forest and the Trees by Joan Greenbaum

Vol. 46, No. 5: October 1994

  • Cuba: An Island Against All Odds by Sinan Koont
  • Contract Labor: The Latest Stage of Illiberal Capitalism by Vijay Prashad
  • Testimony Before the Reich/Dunlop Commission January 5, 1994 by Elly Leary
  • The Balkan Wars and Ethnic Cleansing; Why Bosnia Matters: A Reply to Patrick Flaherty by Patrick Flaherty, Lawrence Lifschultz
  • Counterrevolution: The Greek Example by Andreas P. Contogouris
  • Broadcasting Control Versus Democracy by Edward S. Herman

Vol. 46, No. 4: September 1994

  • Subcommander Marcos is More than Just Gay by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • 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
  • Breaking the Mind-Forg'd Manacles by J. Quinn Brisben

Vol. 46, No. 3: July-August 1994

  • The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Sandinista Triumph: An Interview with a Revolutionary Priest by Joseph E. Mulligan, S. J., Jose Alvarez Lobo
  • 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
  • Progress and Power Post-Industrial Style by Robert Engler
  • The Hormel Strike: Worker's Power, Business Unionism, and the Left by Bruce Nissen

Vol. 46, No. 2: June 1994

  • The Triumph of Financial Capital by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Post-NAFTA Politics: Learning form Asia by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Military Access: The Pentagon Versus the Philippine Constitution by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • The Story of Why I Am Here: Or, a Woman Connects Oppressions by Alice Walker
  • Stalinism, Imperialism, and Cuba by Ken L. Morrison
  • Actions Speak Louder than Words by Michael D. Yates
  • Recovering America's Radical History by Gerald Meyer

Vol. 46, No. 1: May 1994

  • Two Articles on Mexico: An Unfinished Revolution; A Tourist Guide to Chiapas by Bernard Rosen, Sub-commander Marcos
  • Economic Reform: Success in China and Failure in Eastern Europe by John Ross
  • Greenspan on Out-of-Control Money and the Future of U.S. Capitalism by Paul Burkett
  • Why Socialism?: A Reprint by Albert Einstein
  • The Terrors of the Dark by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Birthday Song by E. Y. Harburg

Vol. 45, No. 11: April 1994

  • Globalization and Stagnation by Arthur MacEwan
  • The Balance of Injustice and the War for Independence; Multiculturalism and the American Revolution of 1776: A Response to David Lyons; Reply to John Bellamy Foster by David Lyons, John Bellamy Foster
  • Under the White Gaze: Jim Crow, the Nobel, and the Assault on Toni Morrison by Joseph Reilly
  • Our Kind of Marxist: An Interview with Staughton Lynd by Staughton Lynd, Jane Slaughter
  • The Ecological Costs of Neocolonialism by Renato Constantino

Vol. 45, No. 10: March 1994

  • Why Bosnia? by Lawrence Lifschultz, Rabia Ali
  • Japanese Capitalism and the Asian Geese by William K. Tabb
  • Can the World Industrialization Project Be Sustained? by Isidor Wallimann
  • The Future in the Present by Peter Rachleff
  • Talking and Causing Trouble by W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 45, No. 9: February 1994

  • Mao, Rural Development, and Two-Line Struggle by William Hinton
  • A Brief Interview for Contropiano by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Counterrevolution: The Malayan Example by John Newsinger
  • A Letter From Sweden: The Bishops Take the Lead by Kenneth Hermele
  • The Spiritual Roots of Marxism by Joel Kovel
  • Marxism in Latin America by Hobart A. Spalding
  • Chomsky On the Big Screen by John C. Antush
  • The Vietnam War at Home by George Fish
  • Bill Bailey's Book by Joseph Doyle

Vol. 45, No. 8: January 1994

  • Monthly Review in Historical Perspective by Paul M. Sweezy
  • E.P. Thompson: Historian and Socialist by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • Notes on U.S. Foreign Investment and Latin America by Arthur MacEwan
  • Radical Scholarship in the Academy: The View From Communications by Robert W. McChesney
  • In Defense of Nyakyusa by Walusako Mwalilino
  • Objectivity and Human Needs in Historical Perspective by Michael Dawson
  • Dead Labor by Robin D. G. Kelley
  • Welcome to the New World Order of the Transnationals by Jonathan Graubart
  • Professor Tsuru and Japanese Capitalism by William K. Tabb


Vol. 45, No. 7: December 1993

  • Collective Agriculture in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union by Robert McIntyre
  • Can Environmental Problems be Subject to Economic Calculations? by Samir Amin
  • Preface to the Jubilee Edition of The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois
  • On Du Bois' Move to Africa by Herbert Aptheker
  • Academia at the Crossroads by Anthony M. Platt
  • On Eco-Radicalism by Victor Wallis
  • Self-Portrait of the Radical as a Young Man by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • A Terrible Omission by John Bellamy Foster

Vol. 45, No. 6: November 1993

  • The Right to Employment by Sumner Rosen
  • Nationalism and Progressive Politics in India by Randhir Singh
  • New Zealand: The Welfare State Ploughed Under by Jim Delahunty
  • Amilcar Cabral's Theory of Class Suicide and Revolutionary Socialism by Tom Meisenhelder
  • Leo Huberman and Monthly Review by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Frigga Haug's Beyond Female Masochism by Martha E. Gimenez
  • People With Disabilities: Roll the Movement On by J. Quinn Brisben

Vol. 45, No. 5: October 1993

  • Replacing the International Monetary System? by Samir Amin
  • Haiti: God and the Big Battalions by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Past and Future of Swedish Social Democracy: A Reply to Kenneth Hermele; A Response to David Vail by David Vail, Kenneth Hermele
  • Thinking and Acting Dialectically: C.L.R. James, The American Years by Grace Lee Boggs
  • Dividends Are Not Royalties: The SAT and Surplus Value by Michael Parenti
  • Peru and the U.S. Left; Seven Years to the Millennium by Brian King, John Flannelly
  • A Progressive Program for Monetary Reform? by Robert Pollin

Vol. 45, No. 4: September 1993

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

Vol. 45, No. 3: July-August 1993

  • Eritrea: A Revolution in Process by Dan Connell
  • The Sun is Not Always Dead at Midnight; Comments on Mamdani by Mahmood Mamdani, Basil Davidson
  • Environmental Degradation in Mexico by David Barkin
  • Is China Returning to Semi-colonial Status?; Can the Chinese Dragon Match Pearls with the Dragon God of the Sea?: A Response to Zongli Tang by Zongli Tang, William Hinton
  • The Crisis of Socialism and the Third World by Franz J. Hinkelammert
  • On the Question of Increasing Productivity; Harry Magdoff Responds; Economic Surplus and Class Struggle by Basil R. Pollitt; Harry Magdoff; Lukin Robinson
  • The Anti-Racist Imagination by Alan Wald

Vol. 45, No. 2: June 1993

  • South Africa in the Global System by Samir Amin
  • Introduction to a Symposium on The Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought by John Bellamy Foster
  • Moral Justification, Philosophy, and Critical Social Theory by Alison Jaggar
  • MarxismPoliticsMorality by Istv Mzos
  • Ethics and the Indigenization of Marxist Thought by Guillermo Bowie
  • Historical and Ethical Materialism by Samir Amin
  • Conclusion: The Author Responds by Cornel West

Vol. 45, No. 1: May 1993

  • The Market in Society by Daniel R. Fusfeld
  • Impressions of Manila by William Hinton
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: Economic Insights and Influences by Rev. Darren Cushman-Wood
  • Why Dinesh D'Souza Has it in For Rigoberta Menchby Gene Bell-Villada
  • The Political Economy of Josef Steindl by Tibor Scitovsky
  • How the United States Won the Nicaraguan Elections by Jack Colhoun

251 - 275 of 766 Items     << < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 > >>