Vol. 31, No. 2: June 1979

  • Productivity Slowdown: A False Alarm by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Nelson Rockefeller: An Anti-Obituary by Bob Fitch
  • A Crisis in Marxian Theory by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Political Change, Class Conflict, and the Decline of Latin American Fascism by James Petras
  • Questions on the Woman Question by Lise Vogel
  • Those Nineteenth-Century Critics by Earl Smith

Vol. 31, No. 1: May 1979

  • China: New Theories for Old by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Readers Comment on China Since Mao by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 30, No. 11: April 1979

  • On the New Global Disorder by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Environment, Economics, and Socialism by Chandler Morse
  • British Rule in Shetland by James O'Connor
  • Marx and "Underdevelopment" by Kenzo Mohri
  • Robert Tressell's Socialist Novel by Jonah Raskin
  • On "Public-Service Unionism"; Reply by Paul Johnston by Ken L. Morrison; John Reimann; Paul Johnston

Vol. 30, No. 10: March 1979

  • Mozambique: The New Phase by John S. Saul
  • The Media Are the Mafia: Italian-American Images and the Ethnic Struggle by Michael Parenti
  • The Exiles' Role in War Resistance by Jack Colhoun
  • Varities of Inflation by Paul M. Sweezy
  • More on "The Promise of Public-Service Unionism"; Reply by Paul Johnston by William W. Thompson, II, Paul Johnston

Vol. 30, No. 9: February 1979

  • Iran: The New Crisis of American Hegemony by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Peru: Economic Crises and Class Confrontation by A. Eugene Havens, James Petras
  • Let Me Speak! by Domitila Barrios de Chungara, Victoria Ortiz
  • Teaching Marxists to Teach by James Scofield, Michael D. Yates

Vol. 30, No. 8: January 1979

  • The U.S. Dollar, Petrodollars, and U.S. Imperialism by Harry Magdoff
  • Development and Class Struggle in Guinea-Bissau by Lars Rudebeck
  • Looking Back on The Great Transformation by Maria Szecsi
  • Mexico: Present Condition and Future by Antonio Lara Barrag, Stasia Madrigal
  • Mao Tse-Tung on Soviet Economics by Joan Robinson
  • Althusser: Strengths and Weaknesses by Jane C. Canning, James D. Cockcroft


Vol. 30, No. 7: December 1978

  • Is There a Noncapitalist Road?; Crisis Within the Crisis by Harry Magdoff, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Open Veins of Latin America: Seven Years After by Eduardo Galeano
  • Marxism by Bertell Ollman
  • Business Scholarship Fills the Bribery Gap by Edward S. Herman
  • Racism and Sexism in History Textbooks by George Kirschner, Candy Systra
  • Profit and Illth: From Carlyle to Ruskin to Morris by Louis Harap
  • Urban Population Growth in China and the USSR by Charles Hoffman

Vol. 30, No. 6: November 1978

  • Corporations, the State, and Imperialism by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Oil for Underdevelopment and Discrimination: Kuwait by An Observer (anon.)
  • Export-Oriented Industrialization of Underdeveloped Countries by Folker Frobel; Jurgen Heinrichs; Otto Kreye
  • Why and How the Vietnamese Won the War by Tran Van Dinh
  • History Sat Down With Them by Annette T. Rubinstein
  • A Landmark Work on the Philippines by Luzviminda Francisco
  • More on the Fiscal Crisis of the State; Reply to Sherry Gorelick by James O'Connor; Samuel Bowles; Herb Gintis

Vol. 30, No. 5: October 1978

  • Is There a Ruling Class in the USSR? by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The "Bias" of Technology: Corporate Capital and the Engineers, 1880-1930 by Richard B. Du Boff
  • Taylorism Comes to the Social Services by Bill Patry
  • On the Medical-Industrial Complex by John B. McKinlay
  • Chinese Political Economy in the Mao Period by Suzanne Paine
  • Sugar and Slavery in Cuban History by Rebecca Scott
  • A Century of Struggle by James Dietz
  • The Coming Crisis in Belize by Robert D. Casey

Vol. 30, No. 4: September 1978

  • The Promise of Public-Service Unionism by Paul Johnston
  • Imperialism and Puerto Rico by James Dietz
  • Harry Braverman's Achievement by Paul M. Sweezy
  • On the Agrarian Question in India by Anil K. Nauriya
  • The African Working Class and the Labor Aristocracy Thesis by Frank T. Fitzgerald, Susan Kaplow
  • Western Marxism by Richard D. Wolff

Vol. 30, No. 3: July-August 1978

  • China Since Mao by Neil G. Burton, Charles Bettelheim

Vol. 30, No. 2: June 1978

  • Debt and the Business Cycle by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The Eritrean Struggle for Independence by Linda Heiden
  • Social Democrats and Northern Ireland, 1964-1970 by Mary Turner
  • No Nukes! by The Editors (MR)
  • America's New Vietnam? by Richard Morrock
  • A Small But Important Victory; Urban Planning in the Soviet Union and China; Paul Sweezy Comments; Radical Therapists and the Ego by Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project; Hans Blumenfeld; Alan Bahr; Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 30, No. 1: May 1978

  • The Limits of International Reform by Harry Magdoff
  • The Meaning of May 1968 by George Katsiaficas
  • Is There a Fiscal Crisis of the State? by Hugh Mosley
  • Playing the Odds by Roby Colodny
  • Even Moutains Are Moved; Reply by Harry Magdoff; Should MR Broaden Its Scope? by Al Szymanski; Harry Magdoff; Michael Tanzer

Vol. 29, No. 11: April 1978

  • The Present Stage of the Global Crisis of Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Confrontation and Coexistence by Andreas G. Papandreou
  • Retail: A Worker's Observations by Bill Patry
  • Eleanor Marx by Christine Stansell
  • Daughters of Earth by Naomi Katz, Nancy Milton
  • The Current Repression in West Germany by Name(s) Withheld by Request (anon.)
  • On "The Fetishism of Industrialization": On the Need for Politics; Illich's Critique of Medicine; Corporate Values and Professional Work; Vicente Navarro Replies by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 29, No. 10: March 1978

  • The State and the Oil Industry in Today's World: Some Lessons for Puerto Rico by Michael Tanzer
  • International Politics and International Economics: A Radical Approach by Stephen Hymer
  • The Importance of Workers' Control for Revolutionary Change by Leo Panitch
  • Economics, Advertising, and Consumer Culture by Richard D. Wolff
  • Slavery, Racism, and Democracy by Theodore William Allen

Vol. 29, No. 9: February 1978

  • Emerging Currency and Trade Wars by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • The French Left: Background to Elections by An Observer (anon.)
  • North Korea: Default of a Model or a Model in Default? by Ellen Brun, Jacques Hersch
  • Free Trade Zones in Southeast Asia by Tsuchiya Takeo
  • Joining the Oligopoly by Cheryl Payer
  • The Second Linowitz Report by Michael Moffitt
  • Workers' Control and Workers' "Participation"; Consciousness and Relations of Production by James Gary Sage, Mark Selden

Vol. 29, No. 8: January 1978

  • Multinational Corporations and Banks by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Green Revolution in South India and North Vietnam by Kathleen Gough
  • The Role of Class Struggle in North Vietnam by Alec Gordon
  • Pre-Capitalist Modes of Production by Rod Aya
  • The Struggle for South Africa; Humphrey Glass Replies; War and Soviet Development Strategy; Sweezy Replies by Leo Casey; Humphrey Glass; Basil R. Pollitt; Paul M. Sweezy


Vol. 29, No. 7: December 1977

  • The Trilateral Commission: Economics and Politics in the 1970s; Comment by the Editors by Jeff Frieden, The Editors (MR)
  • Unemployment and Inflation by John G. Gurley
  • Beyond Malcolm X by James Boggs
  • The Labor Theory of Value by Joan Robinson
  • Crucial Colonial Transitions by Frank T. Fitzgerald, James Petras

Vol. 29, No. 6: November 1977

  • Steel and Stagnation by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Unemployment in the U.S.: A Historical Summary by Richard B. Du Boff
  • Italy: Working-Class Defeat or Program for Transition? by Joanne Barkan
  • Spain and Imperialism by JosMar Vidal Villa
  • A Comment on David Gordon's Determinism by Neil Mullin

Vol. 29, No. 5: October 1977

  • Bettelheim on Revolution from Above: The USSR in the 1920s by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Undermining Hierarchy: Problems of Schooling in Capitalist America by Sherry Gorelick
  • The Housing Question: Engels and After by Thomas Angotti
  • Late Capitalism by Bruce McFarlane
  • Socialist Korea by Joan Robinson
  • Radical Textbooks by Bertell Ollman

Vol. 29, No. 4: September 1977

  • Mao on Soviet Economics and Other Subjects by Mao Tse-Tung
  • Public Health and Imperialism by Richard E. Brown
  • Guyana: A Reply to Critics by Cheddi Jagan
  • Workers in the Third World by Peter Waterman

Vol. 29, No. 3: July-August 1977

  • Self-Reliance and the New International Economic Order by Samir Amin
  • The United States vs. Human Rights in the Third World by Noam Chomsky, Edward S. Herman
  • Revolution in Ethiopia by An Observer (anon.)
  • Exit Mrs. Gandhi by Ruth Glass
  • The East European Social Formation by Ross Gandy
  • Dare to Think, Dare to Speak by Jean-Marc Piotte

Vol. 29, No. 2: June 1977

  • In Defense of the Italian Communist Party; Reply by the Editors by Max Gordon; Carl Marzani; Paul M. Sweezy
  • Capitalism, State Collectivism, and Socialism by Samir Amin
  • President Carter and the "New Morality" by James Petras
  • Why Carter Can't Reduce Military Spending by Michael Reich
  • Worker-Soldiers by A National Guardsman (anon.)

Vol. 29, No. 1: May 1977

  • On the Relations of Production in the USSR; Paul Sweezy Replies by Bernard Chavance, Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Hanoi Interview by Kathleen Gough
  • Are Puerto Ricans a National Minority? by James Blaut
  • A Chilean Woman Speaks by Hayd Alarc

Vol. 28, No. 11: April 1977

  • Keynesianism: Illusions and Delusions by Paul M. Sweezy, Harry Magdoff
  • Argentina: Nine Months of Military Government by Mariano Toledo
  • Chase Goes to Harlem: Financing Black Capitalism by Jon Frappier
  • Michal Kalecki's Political Economics by Drew Barden
  • Steel Poems in which People Sing by Tran Van Dinh
  • The Role of Radical Therapy by Arthur Maglin
  • China's Foreign Policy; Editors Reply by H. Milas

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