Vol. 42, No. 8: January 1991

  • Kerala State, India: Radical Reform as Development by Barbara H. Chasin, Richard W. Franke
  • Four Comments on Kerala by Maria Helena Moreira Alves; Samir Amin; Prabhat Patnaik; Carlos M. Vilas
  • Remaking American Marxism by Manning Marable
  • Learning from Lenin by Michael Ly
  • Doing Well by Doing Good by W. H. Locke Anderson


Vol. 42, No. 7: December 1990

  • Dangers of Democracy by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Exhaustion of Developmental Socialism: Lessons from China by Clifford DuRand
  • Poverty Crisis in the Third World: The Contradictions of World Bank Policy by Paul Burkett
  • The Changing Wealth of the U.S. Ruling Class by Christian Davenport, James Petras
  • Mexico's Political Earthquake by James D. Cockcroft
  • A Successful Conference in Havana by The Editors (MR)
  • A Campaign that Failed by Bill Fletcher, Jr.

Vol. 42, No. 6: November 1990

  • Whatever Happened to Imperialism? by Prabhat Patnaik
  • China's Capitalist Road? by Fred Magdoff
  • From Women's Rights to Feminist Politics: The Developing Struggle for Women's Liberation in Poland by Brenda S. Bishop
  • On Capitalism and Freedom by Paul A. Baran
  • More on the Chinese Countryside; Response to Hugh Deane by Hugh Deane; Herbert Gamberg; Ruth Gamberg
  • American Socialism Lives by Jack Weston
  • Nigerian Dependency by (Lenny) Lemuel Owugah

Vol. 42, No. 5: October 1990

  • Marxist Views: An Interview with Paul M. Sweezy by Paul M. Sweezy; Yoshiaki Wakima; Yuzo Watanabe
  • The Red and the Green: Left Perspectives on Ecology by Katherine Yih
  • A New World to Exploit: The East Joins the South by Saul Landau
  • Comments on "Canada: Our Model?"; Martin J. Morand Replies by Errol Black; Ron Crawley; Jim Silver; Martin J. Morand
  • Women and the Promise of Socialism by Eleanor J. Bader
  • Vito Marcantonio: A Durable Radical by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Arab Stereotypes and the Limits of Honest Journalism by A. J. Chien

Vol. 42, No. 4: September 1990

  • Building Democratic Socialism: The Partido dos Trabalahadores in Brazil by Maria Helena Moreira Alves
  • Cuba: A Left U.S. View by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Cooking the Books: The Perils of Publishing by Murray L. Bob
  • Racism in Academia: Lessons from the Life of E. Franklin Frazier by Anthony M. Platt
  • We Do Need Technology: A Reply to Grace Lee Boggs; Response to Michael Green; Comments on "Perestroika and the Future of Socialism" by Michael E. Green; Grace Lee Boggs; Robert McIntyre; Lynn Turgeon
  • Learning from South Korea by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • The American Witchhunt as Belfrage Saw It by Annette T. Rubinstein

Vol. 42, No. 3: July-August 1990

  • The Future of Socialism: Editor's Preface by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Preface for a New Edition of Post-Revolutionary Society by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Future of Socialism by Samir Amin
  • Letter From the German Democratic Republic by Peter Marcuse
  • Free at Last? The Next Round in South Africa by John S. Saul
  • Prometheus Rebound? by Daniel Singer
  • Is Socialism Still An Alternative for the Third World? by Carlos M. Vilas

Vol. 42, No. 2: June 1990

  • Investment For What? by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Central America in the Balance: Prospects for the 1990s by Susanne Jonas
  • From the Coal Wars to the Pittston Strike by Michael D. Yates
  • Canada: Our Model? by Martin J. Morand
  • Reply to Du Boff; Rejoinder by Du Boff; Reply to Albert Prago by Peter Bernstein; Robert Heilbroner; Carl Marzani; Richard B. Du Boff
  • From Margin to Center by Alan Wald
  • In the Chinese Countryside by Herbert Gamberg, Ruth Gamberg

Vol. 42, No. 1: May 1990

  • Capitalism Triumphant? The Evidence from "Number One" (Japan) by Gavan McCormack
  • The Corporate Compromise: A Marxist View of Health Policy by David U. Himmelstein, Steffie Woolhandler
  • The Political Economy of U.S. Television by John Downing
  • Marx and/or Freud: Joel Kovel and Psychoanalytic Theory by Paul Buhle
  • On Marzani's Exaltation of Communism by Albert Prago
  • Women, Law, and Social Change by Nancy F. McKenzie

Vol. 41, No. 11: April 1990

  • Perestroika and the Future of SocialismPart Two by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Nineteen Eighty-Nine by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Black Politics and the Challenges for the Left by Manning Marable
  • We Can't Take More of This "Reagan Boom" by Wassily Leontief
  • Confessions (and Contentions) of an Orthodox Militant; Dana Frank Replies by Kim Moody, Dana Frank
  • Their Ideology and Ours by Daniel Singer
  • The Cauldron to the South by Hobart A. Spalding
  • The Untold Garvey by Bernard D. Headley

Vol. 41, No. 10: March 1990

  • Perestroika and the Future of SocialismPart One by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Second Soviet Revolution or the Transition from Statism to Socialism by Howard J. Sherman
  • Revolution and Counterrevolution: The Case of Finland 1917-1918 by John Newsinger
  • Artful Dealing by Murray L. Bob
  • Ecological and Historical Timetables by Paul Rothkrug
  • The French Revolution a la Mitterrand by Leo Panitch
  • Fordism and Imperialism by Dave Broad
  • Grass Roots Socialism by Paul Buhle

Vol. 41, No. 9: February 1990

  • For an Ecological Politics of Hope by Jack Weston
  • Beyond Eurocentrism by Grace Lee Boggs
  • The Debt Crisis and Eastern Europe by Paul Phillips
  • A Delinquent Account by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Was There No Superstructure in Ancient Rome?; Capitalism and the War on Drugs by Arthur D. Kahn, Charles S. Brant
  • Can Popular Power be Built? by Charles Downs
  • The Safety Sieve by Joseph Persky
  • One Hundred Years of Servitude by William K. Tabb
  • Criticism and the People by William Cain

Vol. 41, No. 8: January 1990

  • China's Long Winter by Anita Chan
  • Boring Within the Bourgeois Press: A Postscript by A. Kent MacDougall
  • On a Marxist Theory of Regulation by Gerard Destanne de Bernis
  • On the Shortfalls and Brutalities of Rural Maoism; Letters from Whitey by Hugh Deane, W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The First Revolution of the Twentieth Century by Michael Ly
  • Marxism and the Uno School by John Bellamy Foster
  • Left or Left Behind? Heller and Feher on the Peace Movement by Brian Martin
  • On Interring Communism and Exalting Capitalism: A Special Supplement by Carl Marzani


Vol. 41, No. 7: December 1989

  • The Atomic Bomb, the Cold War and the Soviet "Threat" by Alan G. Nasser
  • Problems with China's Agricultural Modernization by Porus Olpadwala
  • Reflections from Vermont by Bernard Sanders
  • The Commodification of Life by Jean-Pierre Berlan
  • The Political Economy of Women's Liberation: A Reprint by Margaret Benston
  • The Cold War and Imperialism by Joseph K. Roberts
  • The Spirit of '68 by John Bellamy Foster
  • The U.S. Budget Deficit: Love it or Leave it by Richard B. Du Boff

Vol. 41, No. 6: November 1989

  • The Feminization of the U.S. Workforce by Ruth Berman
  • People's Kitchens and Radical Organizing in Lima, Peru by Carol Andreas
  • Why Socialism Is Necessary: A Reprint by Leo Huberman
  • Historical Triumph: Capitalism or Socialism? by Vicente Navarro
  • The Triumph of Capitalism: Three Responses by Philip Eden; Lukin Robinson; John Weeks
  • Wasting Away: From Instability into the Abyss? by James M. Cypher

Vol. 41, No. 5: October 1989

  • U.S. Imperialism in the 1990s by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Soviet Economic Crisis: The Most Immediate Stumbling Block and the Next Step by Teodor Shanin
  • Resettlement and Rural Development in Nicaragua by John L. Hammond
  • The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century: A Reprint by Harry Braverman
  • Labor's Decline by Dana Frank
  • New Light on Athenian Democracy by Thomas C. Patterson
  • The Intelligentsia and Soviet Change by Daniel Singer

Vol. 41, No. 4: September 1989

  • Socialism and Ecology by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Namibia: What Kind of Independence? by Horace Campbell
  • Reading the Tea Leaves of Protest by Mark M. Hager
  • Time of Trouble: The 23rd Congress: A Reprint by Isaac Deutscher
  • The Socialist-Labor Split in Spain by Ruth MacKay
  • The Final Solution by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Old Left, the New Left, and the Uses of History by Charles W. Hunt

Vol. 41, No. 3: July-August 1989

  • Wither the Soviet Union? by Daniel Singer
  • The Lessons of History and the Developing World by Manfred Bienefeld
  • Oligarchic "Democracy" by Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • The Scars of the Ghetto: A Reprint by Lorraine Hansberry
  • South Korea: Looking at the Left by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Lessons of the 1988 Election: The Need to Organize; Perestroika: The Need for Class Analysis by Vicente Navarro, Perry Cartwright
  • With Friends Like These by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Myth of the Great U-Turn by Michael Dawson
  • Monopolists of Drink by Ankie M. M. Hoogvelt

Vol. 41, No. 2: June 1989

  • Capitalism and the Environment by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Origins of Market Fetishism by Marguerite Mendell, Kari Polanyi-Levitt
  • On Revolution by Daniel Singer
  • The Development of Underdevelopment: A Reprint by Andre Gunder Frank
  • Revolution and Counterrevolution in Marxian Economics; The Uno School: The Highest Stage of Marxism? by Baba Hiroji

Vol. 41, No. 1: May 1989

  • A New Stage of Capitalism Ahead? by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Interview with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams by Bill Fletcher, Jr., Gerry Adams
  • Negroes and the Crisis of Capitalism in the U.S.: A Reprint by W. E. B. Du Bois
  • Background of the Palestinian Uprising; "Fordism" and the French Regulationist School; Education in Capitalist America by A. B. Magil; Daniel Cataife; Sam Zaslavsky
  • Restructuring the World Economy in a Time of Lasting Crisis by John Bellamy Foster
  • Cold Soldiers Never Die by W. H. Locke Anderson

Vol. 40, No. 11: April 1989

  • The Military Defeat of the South Africans in Angola by Horace Campbell
  • The View Through the Bullet-Proof Perspex by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • The Sag Harbor Initiative: The Town Meeting as Model by Paul Surlis
  • A Great American: A Reprint by Paul M. Sweezy
  • AIDS: Systemic and Individual Levels of Analysis by Charles W. Hunt
  • Bright Shining Lies and the Liars Who Told Them by Leo Cawley

Vol. 40, No. 10: March 1989

  • Mao's Rural Politics Revisited; A Response to Deane by Hugh Deane, William Hinton
  • Better Smaller But Better: A Reprint by Paul A. Baran
  • An Alternative to Marxism?: A Reprint by Paul A. Baran
  • Report from Cavtat by Benjamin B. Page
  • The Abyss of Third World Debt by Robert Pollin

Vol. 40, No. 9: February 1989

  • Lessons of the 1988 Elections by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • International Trade and Economic Instability by Arthur MacEwan
  • Appropriate Technology: Development and Social Change by George Ovitt, Jr.
  • Religion and Socialism: Reprint by Frederic Hastings Smyth
  • Marxism and Literature: Reprint by F. O. Matthiessen
  • "International CooperationA Way Out?": A Comment; Wolff and Resnick Defended by Kathleen Gough, Ronald H. Chilcote
  • A Couple of Radicals by Anne Braden

Vol. 40, No. 8: January 1989

  • Without Proper Papers: Inside South Africa by John S. Saul
  • Why Socialism?: Reprint by Albert Einstein
  • Two Spiritual Revolutionaries by Joel Kovel
  • The Political Economy of the Mass Media: An Interview with Edward Herman by Robert W. McChesney, Edward S. Herman
  • Religion and Evolution by Joe Owens
  • Remapping the U.S. Left by Robin D. G. Kelley
  • Dorothy Parker Deserves Better by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • Capital Unrevised by W. H. Locke Anderson


Vol. 40, No. 7: December 1988

  • Revolutionary Prospects in the Philippines by JosMar Sis
  • Boring From Within the Bourgeois Press, Part II by A. Kent MacDougall
  • Gringos y Latinos: Bicentennial Notes on Comparative Political Discourse by Marvin E. Gettleman
  • AIDS, Capitalism and Technology: A Reply to Charles Hunt; Capitalism: Destroyer of the Sugar Industry; Desegregation of the Armed Forces by Robert D'Amico; A. Joseph Layon; Arthur MacEwan; Lynn Turgeon
  • Another Blow to Eurocentrism by Thomas C. Patterson
  • The Case for Cultural Relativism by Val Moghadam
  • Why Is There No Social Democracy in the United States? by Ira Katznelson
  • Elizabeth Gurley Flynn by Annette T. Rubinstein

Vol. 40, No. 6: November 1988

  • Anniversary of the Crash by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Boring From Within the Bourgeois Press, Part I by A. Kent MacDougall
  • Everyday Forms of Popular Resistance by Don Nonini
  • The "North American" Medical System; AIDS and Civil Liberties by Nick McCombie, Bob Sutcliffe
  • A Man for All Systems by Peter Marcuse
  • The Perfect War by John Horton
  • Anything Goes by Douglas F. Dowd

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