Vol. 44, No. 11: April 1993

  • Facing the Oil Giants: Labor Bargaining in the 1990s by Michael Tanzer
  • Marxism Today: An Interview with Istv Mzos by Istv Mzos, Radical Philosophy
  • Conversations with Bondy by Benjamin B. Page
  • Racism and Inequality in Urban America and the Restructuring of Global Capital by William K. Tabb
  • Crisis in the American Heartland by Fred Magdoff
  • Change from Below: The Brazilian Workers Party by Michael Ly

Vol. 44, No. 10: March 1993

  • Somalia in Perspective: When the Saints Come Marching In by Robert Weil
  • The End of the Middle Road: What Happened to the Swedish Model? by Kenneth Hermele
  • Peru on the Threshold: A Reply to Hobart A. Spalding; Peru Today: Still on the Brink by Gary P. Leupp, Hobart A. Spalding
  • The Cultural Left Reconsidered by Paul Buhle
  • A Normal Thing to Do by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Marx's Unfinished Project by James Devine

Vol. 44, No. 9: February 1993

  • An Interview with Roy Medvedev by Fred Weir, Roy Medvedev
  • Russia's Upheaval by Roger Burbach
  • A Class Analysis of Welfare by Richard Cloward, Frances Fox Piven
  • Union Maid by Aleine Austin
  • Diagnosing the American Case by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Development and Contradictions of U.S. Capitalism by Paul Burkett
  • Orwell Cubed by Douglas F. Dowd

Vol. 44, No. 8: January 1993

  • Socialism: Legacy and Renewal by Paul M. Sweezy
  • "Let Them Eat Pollution": Capitalism and the World Environment by John Bellamy Foster
  • Poland: The Deepening Crisis in the Summer of 1992 by Paul Zarembka
  • The Struik Case of 1951 by Dirk Struik
  • The Transformation of Soviet Economics by Lynn Turgeon
  • A Look at the Contemporary Dominican Republic by Hobart A. Spalding


Vol. 44, No. 7: December 1992

  • The S Paulo Forum: Is There a New Latin American Left? by William I. Robinson
  • The Theory of Capitalist Development, Chapter One, "Marx's Method" by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Cuba and the New World Order by Fred Judson
  • Exchange/Encounter Theory and Myths of America; A Response to Robert Shaffer by Robert Shaffer, Bill Bigelow
  • Take This Job and... by Michael D. Yates
  • In Search of Civic Equality by W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 44, No. 6: November 1992

  • After Rio by Michael Tanzer
  • The Truth About the First Thanksgiving by James W. Loewen
  • Alternatives to Free Trade: A Critique of the New Orthodoxy by Arthur MacEwan
  • A Speech for Brooklyn College by Christopher Brady
  • Privatization in RussiaThe Road to a People's Capitalism? by Petr Biziukov, Simon Clarke
  • Col and Colonialism by John Bellamy Foster
  • Guatemala in the New World Order by John L. Hammond
  • Video Review by Ralph A. Valente

Vol. 44, No. 5: October 1992

  • On Understanding the History of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • FRELIMO: Thirty Years of Fighting for a Free Mozambique by Joseph Reilly
  • The Bankruptcy of Mainstream Economics by Paul Burkett
  • Socialism and the Sacred by John Brentlinger
  • Anti-Semitism and the Legacy of Columbus; A Reply to Prago by Albert Prago, John Bellamy Foster
  • The Hours of Competition by Kim Moody
  • Understanding the Media by Edward S. Herman

Vol. 44, No. 4: September 1992

  • Aboriginal People and Imperialism in the Western Hemisphere by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz
  • The Direction of Soviet Economic Reform: From Socialist Reform to Capitalist Transition by David M. Kotz
  • Confessions of an MR Junkie by Joe Owens
  • A Brief Biography of Samir Amin by Samir Amin
  • Shakespeare and the Subaltern by Annette T. Rubinstein

Vol. 44, No. 3: July-August 1992

  • Introduction by John Bellamy Foster
  • 1492 by Samir Amin
  • Rewriting Our History by Hans Koning
  • Queen Anacaona by Maggie Jaffe
  • Two Myths Are Not Better Than One by Bill Bigelow
  • Naming and Conquest by Joel Kovel
  • Columbus and the Indians: Reprint by Theodor Rosebury
  • Christopher Columbus and the Enslavement of Amerindians in the Caribbean by Jalil Sued-Badillo
  • United We Stand! Joint Struggles of Native Americans and African Americans in the Columbian Era by Jan Carew

Vol. 44, No. 2: June 1992

  • Socialism, Ecology, and Democracy by Victor Wallis
  • Free Trade and Concentration of Capital in Mexico by James W. Russell
  • Russia Between the Union and the Commonwealth: New Carpetbaggers and Old Dreams by Carla Lipsig-Mumm/span>
  • Kalecki and Modern Capitalism by Joseph Halevi
  • Unreluctant Radical by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Base and Superstructure Revisited by Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 44, No. 1: May 1992

  • Why Socialism?: A Reprint by Albert Einstein
  • Myths and Realities: Latin America's Free Markets by James Petras, Steve Vieux
  • Choosing Inequality in the Schools by Robert Lowe
  • Foreign Workers in Japan by John Lie
  • Thirty Years of Critique of the Soviet System by Samir Amin
  • A Response to Rosenberg's Thesis on Colonialism in East Germany; Rejoinder to Schulz and Hansen by William W. Hansen; Brigitte H. Schulz; Dorothy Rosenberg

Vol. 43, No. 11: April 1992

  • The United States, Japan, and the Gulf War: An Interview with Mojaba Sadria by Doug Lummis, Mojaba Sadria
  • The Subaltern Speaks by Alan Wald
  • The Rise and Fall of the German Democratic Republic by Hans Baer
  • After the Gulf War by Shmuel Amir
  • A Red Star is Rising Over Brazil by Michael Ly

Vol. 43, No. 10: March 1992

  • GlobalizationTo What End? Part II by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Actually Existing Privatization: An Interview with Yurii Marenich by David Mandel, Yurii Marenich
  • Failed Banks, Bailouts, and Federal Policy by Huck Gutman
  • Reversing the Verdicts: The Case of Reed College by Michael Munk
  • Gook: The Short History of An Americanism by Dave Roediger
  • Why Be Number One? by The Editors (MR)
  • Taking Up A Scythe by W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 43, No. 9: February 1992

  • GlobalizationTo What End? Part I by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Counterrevolution in Nicaraguan Education by Michael Friedman
  • Why We Won't See an American-Led Invasion of Haiti by Bernard D. Headley
  • ADAPT Sets a Good Example by J. Quinn Brisben
  • The Future of Socialism: A View from Cuba, 1991; The CIA and the Cubana Airliner Bombing; Relief for Unemployed Forest Workers by Allan Isaksen; Robert Randolph; Hazel Wolf; Laurent Frantz
  • Changes in Cuba's Economy: Workers' Control? by James D. Cockcroft
  • The Power of Things Not Seen by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • History's People by Annette T. Rubinstein

Vol. 43, No. 8: January 1992

  • Privatization and the Soviet Economy by Patrick Flaherty
  • Keeping Hope Alive in Nicaragua by Joseph E. Mulligan, S. J.
  • Peru on the Brink by Hobart A. Spalding
  • The "S" Word Has Not Disappeared by A Political Prisoner in Northern Ireland (anon.)
  • The "Betrayal" of Czechoslovakia by Benjamin B. Page
  • The Meaning of the Communist Experience by Thomas F. Mayer


Vol. 43, No. 7: December 1991

  • Class Societies: The Soviet Union and the United States: Two Interviews with Paul Sweezy by Kiyoshi Okonogi; Paul M. Sweezy; Robert Weissman
  • Understanding Keralam: the Tragedy of Radical Scholarship by K. T. Ram Mohan
  • Reply to K.T. Ram Mohan by Barbara H. Chasin, Richard W. Franke
  • Labor-Community Coalition: Not All They're Cracked Up to Be; Reply to Kim Scipes by Kim Scipes; Jeremy Brecher; Tim Costello
  • Monopoly Capital After Twenty-Five Years by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Recovering American Socialism by Christopher Phelps

Vol. 43, No. 6: November 1991

  • The Chinese Revolution: Was it Necessary? Was it Successful? Is it Still Going On? by William Hinton
  • Banishing the Mexican Revolution by Arthur MacEwan
  • Free Speech and the Market Economy by Joseph K. Skinner
  • Fascism in Iraq; Imperialism and the Tyranny of Saddam Hussein by John Bellamy Foster, Thomas F. Mayer
  • The Midnight of the Century by Lukin Robinson
  • The Manufacture of Terrorism by Joel Kovel
  • Hometown Gestapos by Ellen W. Schrecker

Vol. 43, No. 5: October 1991

  • Capitalism and the Ancient Forest by John Bellamy Foster
  • "The Last Czechoslovakian Marxist": An Interview with Egon Bondy by David Steinhardt, Egon Bondy
  • The Second Time as Farce: The Right's New McCarthyism by Christopher Phelps
  • Remaking Marxism in the 1990s by Alan Wald

Vol. 43, No. 4: September 1991

  • Class and Race: Life and Death Situations by Vicente Navarro
  • The Colonization of East Germany by Dorothy Rosenberg
  • Who Died for Whose Way of Life?: Reflections on the Burdens of Race by Daniel Barbezat, Alexander George
  • The Tendency of the Surplus to Rise, 19631988 by Michael Dawson, John Bellamy Foster
  • Reply to Burbach and Painter; Rejoinder to Nov by Adam Nov, Roger Burbach
  • The Asian NICs at the Crossroads by Martin Hart-Landsberg

Vol. 43, No. 3: July-August 1991

  • Pox Americana by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Real Stakes in the Gulf War by Samir Amin
  • Israel and Iraq: A Double Standard in the Application of International Law by Norman G. Finkelstein
  • Cuba's Struggle for Self-Sufficiency by Carmen Diana Deere
  • Why the Emperor Can't Afford New Clothes: International Change and Fiscal Disorder in the United States by Arthur MacEwan
  • The Road from Gdansk: How Solidarity Found Haven in the Marketplace by Gary Fields

Vol. 43, No. 2: June 1991

  • What's New in the New World Order? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Marxism and the U.S. Left: Thoughts for the 1990s by Victor Wallis
  • U.S. and Canadian Labor: Convergence at Whose Expense? by Martin J. Morand
  • The British Intervention in Vietnam, 19451946 by John Newsinger
  • A Little Hiroshima in Panama: An Interview with Dr. Guillermo Cohen-Degovia by Este Pais, Guillermo Cohen-Degovia
  • Socialism in the 1990s: Where Do We Go from Here? by Oliver Loud
  • Two Comments on "Lessons to Be Learned" by Jack Weston
  • Radical versus Liberal Environmentalism by Michael Tanzer

Vol. 43, No. 1: May 1991

  • The Hidden History of the Iraq War by Edward Greer
  • What Went Wrong? by William Hinton
  • Korea and the Philippines: A Century of U.S. Intervention by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Twelve Theses on the Crisis of "Really Existing Socialism" by Michael Ly
  • Is the American Mind Getting Dumber? by Gene Bell-Villada
  • Billy Bragg's Powerful Commitment; Remembering the Spanish Civil War by William K. Tabb, Albert Prago
  • Philosophy As Science by William Ash

Vol. 42, No. 11: April 1991

  • Imperialism and the Gulf War by Thomas F. Mayer
  • Oil and the Persian Gulf Crisis by Michael Tanzer
  • Soviet Workers: A New Beginning? by Sam Gindin, Leo Panitch
  • Restoration in Czechoslovakia by Roger Burbach, Steve Painter
  • In Memoriam Tamara Deutscher by Heinz Ostrower
  • Western State Terrorism and its Apologetics by Edward S. Herman

Vol. 42, No. 10: March 1991

  • Where are We Going? by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Socialism in Question by Ralph Miliband
  • The Worker-Peasant Alliance as a Strategy for Rural Development in China by P. Y. Ching, D. Y. Hsu
  • Learning from Labor Experience by Philip Eden
  • Imperialism, War, and Ecology by Robert Shaffer
  • Phillippinne Workers Strike for Press Freedom in Britain by The Editors (MR)
  • Foundations for Activism by Christopher Gunn, Hazel Dayton Gunn

Vol. 42, No. 9: February 1991

  • Are there Lessons to be Learned? by Harry Magdoff
  • An Interview with Billy Bragg by David Batstone, Billy Bragg
  • Arab Nationalism, Radicalism, and the Specter of Neocolonialism by Feroz Ahmad
  • Democratization and Its Discontents: Origins of the Present Crisis in South Korea by John Lie
  • A New Twist on Race in Cuba by Saul Landau
  • The Vindication of a Communist Life by Carl Marzani

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