Vol. 40, No. 3: July-August 1988

  • The People's Remedy: Health Care in El Salvador's War of Liberation by Francisco Metzi

Vol. 40, No. 2: June 1988

  • The INF Treaty: An Interpretation by Herbert P. Bix
  • Twenty Years On: May 68 Revisited by Daniel Singer
  • Economic Problems and Marxian Analysis by Richard D. Wolff
  • The Public Sphere: Nuclear-Freeze Posters in a Commodity Culture by Elizabeth Nielsen
  • An Urgently Needed Dialogue by Mary Boger
  • The New Soviet Era by Carl Marzani

Vol. 40, No. 1: May 1988

  • Historic Moments by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Whatever Happened to Cory Aquino? by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Assessment: The Secretary of Education's New Clothes by Dave Roediger
  • Social Justice Against Capitalism by Michael A. Lebowitz
  • Destruction of the Sugar Industry by John Cavanagh, Frederic F. Clairmont (AKA Frederick F. Clairmonte)
  • Problems of the Soviet EconomyAlleged and Real; The Fraudulent Nobel Prize by Hans Blumenfeld, Gta Agren
  • A Civics Lesson by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Cockburn on Empire by Anthony Chase

Vol. 39, No. 11: April 1988

  • The Great Malaise by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • No More Munichs! What the Media Won't Tell by Gene Bell-Villada
  • On the Centrally Planned Economies by Joyce Kolko
  • The INF Treaty and the Persian Gulf by Daniel B. Schirmer
  • Harvey Goldberg: A Conscience and a Catalyst by Ron McCrea
  • People's Art, People's Reality by Keith M. Buchanan

Vol. 39, No. 10: March 1988

  • The Stock Market Crash and its Aftermath by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Fetish of Fordism by John Bellamy Foster
  • Dazhai Revisited by William Hinton
  • The Commitment of the Intellectual: Reprint by Paul A. Baran

Vol. 39, No. 9: February 1988

  • Planned Ruination: Thatcher's Britain by Keith M. Buchanan
  • Africa and AIDS: Dependent Development, Sexism, and Racism by Charles W. Hunt
  • Two Kinds of Atheism by George Fish
  • A Lesson from the History of Broadcasting by Dave Berkman
  • Theology of Liberation Viewed Historically; Hidden Dimensions of Inequality by Philip Eden, Alfred McClung Lee
  • Self-Reliance in the 1980s by Fred Halliday
  • The Political Economy of Health and Medicine by Roberta Lessor, Howard Waitzkin

Vol. 39, No. 8: January 1988

  • The Historical Significance of Nicaragua: An Interview by Joseph E. Mulligan, S. J., Francois Houtart
  • Aids and Capitalist Medicine by Charles W. Hunt
  • The Nuclear Pacific: An Interview by Pat Flanagan
  • A Memoir of Auschwitz and Birkenau by Roman Rosdolsky
  • Toward a Jewish Component of the Rainbow Coalition; Do Not Dump on the Unoites; A Reply to Spencer Pack by Martin Gouterman; Spencer J. Pack; John Lie
  • Around the Worlds with Peter Worsley by Val Moghadam
  • The Labor Movement in Industrializing Detroit by Jama Lazerow
  • How is a Hammer Like a Mirror? by Anne Rubenstein


Vol. 39, No. 7: December 1987

  • The New Nicaraguan Constitution: Uniting Participatory and Representative Democracy by Jules Lobel
  • Toward a Marxist Interpretation of the U.S. Constitution by Bertell Ollman
  • South Korea: The Fraudulent Miracle by Martin Hart-Landsberg
  • Milton Fisk on the Anti-Marxists: A Response; Why Marxism Isn't the Activist's Answer; A Basis for Solidarity: Milton Fisk Replies by Ray Wrabley; Michael Albert; Milton Fisk
  • Lament by Alice Thorner
  • Women and Children Last by Philip Eden

Vol. 39, No. 6: November 1987

  • International CooperationA Way Out? by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Free Trade and Protection: The U.S.-Canada Case by Sadequl Islam
  • Political Realignment in Canada? by Errol Black
  • Race Versus Class? More on the Rainbow and Class Politics; More on Liberation Theology and Marxism by Vicente Navarro, Johannes C. T. Kozyn
  • The New York Intellectuals: Two Views by Paul Le Blanc, Annette T. Rubinstein

Vol. 39, No. 5: October 1987

  • Capitalism and the Distribution of Income and Wealth by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Remembering the Haymarket Anarchists: A Hundred Years Later by Lesley Wischmann
  • Western Hero or Gangster? The U.S. Dilemma by Cuthbert Carson Mann
  • Michal Kalecki by D. M. Nuti
  • On Returning to New Zealand by Keith M. Buchanan
  • The Rosenberg Case: A Historian's Perspective by Staughton Lynd
  • For a Southerner, the Party Meant Justice by Alfred Greenberg

Vol. 39, No. 4: September 1987

  • The Growing Divide: Class Polarization in the 1980s by Jerry Kloby
  • Afghanistan: A Voice from Moscow by Lawrence Lifschultz
  • Ideology, Theory, and Revolution: Lessons from the Mau Mau of Kenya by Al-Amin Mazrui
  • The Chinese Student Demonstrations by Richard Levy
  • Octopus of the Airwaves by Joseph K. Skinner
  • On Local Elections and Government in Latin America and the Caribbean by Matthew Edel
  • Feminism is Global by Val Moghadam
  • Fighting the Good Fight by Craig Charney

Vol. 39, No. 3: July-August 1987

  • In This Issue by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Gorbachev's Great Gamble: An Interview with K.S. Karol by Steve Wasserman, K. S. Karol
  • Seed of a New and Renewed Church: The "Ecclesiastical Insurrection" in Nicaragua by Andrew Reding
  • A Critique of India's Economic Policies and Strategies by M. R. Bhagavan
  • The Division of Labor and the Post-Capitalist State by Istv Mzos
  • Chile: New Urban Movements and the Transition to Democracy by Fernando Ignacio Leiva, James Petras

Vol. 39, No. 2: June 1987

  • The Coming Crisis and the Responsibility of the Left by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • An Ex-Marine Sees "Platoon" by Leo Cawley
  • The Rainbow Coalition and the Challenge of Class; Racism and Class: A Response to Vicente Navarro by Vicente Navarro, Sheila D. Collins
  • Survival in the Nuclear Age: An Interview by Leon Wofsy
  • Laws in Social Science Theory by Monroe Burk
  • The Money Mandarins by Arthur MacEwan
  • The Traffic in Subservience: Public-Contact Service Work by Dana Frank

Vol. 39, No. 1: May 1987

  • Understanding Revolution: A Guide for Critics by Saul Landau
  • The Situation in the Phillippines: An Interview with Jose Ma. Sison by Q. M. Borja, Jose Ma. Sison
  • IMF Crime in Conditionality: An Open Letter to the Managing Director of the IMF by Ankie M. M. Hoogvelt
  • Poland and "Socialism" by Carl Tighe
  • Terrorism: A Nonwestern View by Opoku Agyeman
  • More on the Limits to Capital; Rejoinder; The "Workers'" Theory by David Harvey; Michael A. Lebowitz; Michael D. Yates

Vol. 38, No. 11: April 1987

  • Interview with Paul M. Sweezy by Sungur Savran; Paul M. Sweezy; E. Ahmet Tonak
  • The War in El Salvador: A Reassessment by Tom Barry, Deb Preusch
  • Reactionary Marxism: The End of Ideology in Japan? by John Lie
  • Constructing Reality by Joel Kovel

Vol. 38, No. 10: March 1987

  • Vietnam and Nicaragua by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Why the Anti-Marxists are Wrong by Milton Fisk
  • Irrationality in Real Estate Investment: The Case of Houston by Joe R. Feagin
  • The Reagan Doctrine and International Security by Amitar Acharya
  • Apologizing for Capitalism by W. H. Locke Anderson
  • Mass Organizations in Nicaragua: A Reply by Carlos M. Vilas
  • The United States and the Crisis of World Finance by John Bellamy Foster
  • A Remarkable Book on South Africa by Daniel Simon

Vol. 38, No. 9: February 1987

  • Latin American Debt: The Choices Ahead by Robert Pollin, Eduardo Zepeda
  • Behind a Manley Victory in Jamaica by Bernard D. Headley
  • Boom and Bust: The Capitalist Experience by Harry G. Shaffer
  • Who You Are: A Survey of Our Readers by Harold L. Posner
  • More on the Origins of Tyranny; Reply to Sagan by Eli Sagan, Joel Kovel
  • Rethinking Marxism by Cornel West
  • The Dark Side of Budget Deficits by Thomas Michl

Vol. 38, No. 8: January 1987

  • Socialists and the "New Conservatism" by Ralph Miliband, Leo Panitch
  • The Discriminated Fingers: The Korean Minority in Japan by John Lie
  • Liberation Theology and Marxist Economics by Fred J. Currier
  • Opportunities Ahead by Steve Brouwer
  • The Worst and the Dumbest: Perspectives on the Reagan Era by Joshua Cohen, Joel Rogers
  • Turning the Tide by Jeff McMahan
  • Social Structure and Alienation by Farshad A. Araghi


Vol. 38, No. 7: December 1986

  • All Eyes on SDI by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Thinking of Revolution: The New South Africa Inteligentsia by Craig Charney
  • Render Unto Ceasar: Church and State in Poland by Carl Tighe
  • More on the Nature of the Soviet System; A Final Word by Paul Sweezy by Charles Bettelheim, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Comment on Vilas by Kent Norsworthy, William I. Robinson
  • Labor of Love, Labor of Sorrow by Miriam Frank
  • The Working Class: Is It Dead? by John Bellamy Foster

Vol. 38, No. 6: November 1986

  • The Politics of Transition by Richard R. Fagen
  • The Mass Organizations in Nicaragua: The Current Problematic and Perspectives for the Future by Carlos M. Vilas
  • Only Capitalist Laws of Motion?; The Editors Reply by Michael A. Lebowitz, The Editors (MR)
  • The Meaning of Dialectics by Bertell Ollman
  • Death in Chile: On the Murder of a Journalist and Long-Time Friend by James Petras
  • Science for All the People? by Ruth Hubbard; David U. Himmelstein; Steffie Woolhandler

Vol. 38, No. 5: October 1986

  • The Logic of Stagnation by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • El Salvador: Reminders of War by Eric Arnesen
  • The 1920s and the 1980sA Comparison by Gregory Bergman
  • The Pitfalls of Psychologism by Joel Kovel
  • Art and the U.S. Left by Elayne Rapping
  • The U.S. Invasion of Vietnam by Marilyn B. Young
  • A Turn to Reality by John Bellamy Foster

Vol. 38, No. 4: September 1986

  • Latin America: Why Not Default? by Arthur MacEwan
  • Perspectives on Marxism in China Today: An Interview with Su Shaozhi by Gordon H. Chang, Su Shaozhi
  • The Lincoln Brigade: Some Comments on U.S. History by Vicente Navarro
  • More on the Sanctuary Movement by Clay Ramsey
  • The Political Economy of the United States Left by John Bellamy Foster
  • The Emergence of Tyranny by Robert Heilbroner
  • One Union in Wood by Michael Sean McDonough

Vol. 38, No. 3: July-August 1986

  • Science, Technology and Capitalism: Introduction by David U. Himmelstein, Steffie Woolhandler
  • A Science of Our Own: Marxism and Nature by Richard Levins
  • Science and Progress: Seven Developmentalist Myths in Agriculture by Richard Levins
  • Technology, Research, and the Penetration of Capital: The Case of U.S. Agriculture by Jean-Pierre Berlan, Richard C. Lewontin
  • The Political Economy of Hybrid Corn by Jean-Pierre Berlan, Richard C. Lewontin
  • DNA and the Goal of Human Perfectibility by Steven Rose
  • What Is Socialist Medicine? by Vicente Navarro
  • The Health of Black Folk: Disease, Class and Ideology of Science by Mary Basset, Nancy Krieger
  • Biology and Social Responsibility by Eric Holtzman
  • The Technological Mystique and Third World Options by Maurice Bazin
  • Microcomputers: From Movement to Industry by Lenny Siegel
  • The Radical Science Movement in the United States by Jon Beckwith

Vol. 38, No. 2: June 1986

  • The Alternative to Stagnation by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • St. Thomas Aquinas and Modern Catholic Doctrine by Joseph Ferraro
  • Mitterand's Achievement by Daniel Singer
  • A Report to MR Readers by Carl Marzani
  • More on the Financial Explosion; Joan Peters and the U.S. Jewish Community by Robert Stefani, Abbott Gorin
  • Capital Reinterpreted by Michael A. Lebowitz
  • Marx and Engels: Tough-Minded Democrats by Paul Le Blanc

Vol. 38, No. 1: May 1986

  • The New Underground Railroad by Sheila D. Collins
  • Grassroots Organizing and the Democratic PartyThe Vermont Rainbow Experience by Judy Ashkenaz
  • Herbert G. Gutman, 1928-1985, and the Writing of Working-Class History by Gregory S. Kealey
  • The International Debt Crisis and the U.S. Left by Arthur MacEwan
  • The Cancer of Self-Interest by Philip Eden
  • The Worlds of our Mothers by Annette T. Rubinstein

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