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1967

Vol. 19, No. 6: November 1967

  • 50 Years of Soviet Power by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 19, No. 5: October 1967

  • The Israel-Arab Conflict: Israel and Imperialism; Israel is Not the Main Enemy by Paul M. Sweezy, Leo Huberman
  • The New Politics of Black Power by James Aronson
  • Havana: A New International Is Born by John Gerassi
  • Fanon Revisited by John A. Ehrenreich
  • On Changing the World: A Reply to Karl Miller by Herbert Marcuse
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Leaves in the Wind by Gwyn Thomas: An Introduction by Maxwell Geismar

Vol. 19, No. 4: September 1967

  • The Black and the Red by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Two Letters to the Times: Ghetto Reprisals; Right to Rebel by John C. Slemp, Robert Paul Wolff
  • The Need for Revolution by Floyd B. McKissick
  • Capital and Imperialism by Horace B. Davis
  • Why the Cultural Revolution? by K. S. Karol
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Culture of Poverty or Poverty of Culture? by Gordon K. Lewis
  • End of an Epoch in the Fight for Freedom by Philip Reno

Vol. 19, No. 3: July-August 1967

  • Revolution in the Revolution? by Ris Debray

Vol. 19, No. 2: June 1967

  • Vietnam and the 1968 Elections by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Sino-Soviet Split in Philosophy by Donald Clark Hodges
  • No Comment by Granma
  • The Day the Cops Smiled by Alexander L. Crosby
  • Some Reactions to the Revelations About the CIA by H. H. Wilson
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Armed Struggle and Political Struggle in Latin America by Ris Debray
  • The Permanent Promise: A Critique of the Liberal Books on Vietnam by Hugh Deane
  • The Point Still Is To Change It by Karl Miller
  • A Little Nonsense?; It Was Funny! by Norman Reider, Ross Gandy

Vol. 19, No. 1: May 1967

  • Understanding the Cultural Revolution by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Cultural Revolution in China by E. L. Wheelwright
  • The Lesson of Indonesia by Donald Barnett
  • The Omegna Prize by Signor Angelo Boldini; Leo Huberman; Paul M. Sweezy; Omegna Prize Judges
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • A Shameful Thing; Lapse of Taste by Rick Rhoads, Stephen D. Jacoby
  • Where We Stand: Reprint by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 18, No. 11: April 1967

  • End of the Boom? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Tasks of the American Labor Movement by Two Labor Economists (anon.)
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Communism, Fascism, and Bourgeois Democracy by Steven J. Rosenthal
  • African Peasant Revolution by Richard Morrock
  • Yugoslav Economic Theory by Ernest Mandel
  • Confronting the Damned by Keith M. Buchanan

Vol. 18, No. 10: March 1967

  • Economics of Two Worlds by Paul A. Baran, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Vietnam and Social Revolution by Frank Kofsky
  • Victory in Vietnam? by Charles J. Coe
  • Race Relations in 1967 by Rev. Albert B. Cleage, Jr.
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • A Brilliant Study of Indian History by Charles S. Brant
  • A Carol for J.V. Stalin by Paul Jarrico

Vol. 18, No. 9: February 1967

  • The Latin American Revolution: A New Phase by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Chile's MIR: The Anatomy of a Revolutionary Party by Robert Carl Hirschfield
  • Three Reports on the Guatemalan Guerrillas: A Favorable View of FAR; FAR and MR-13 Compared; Conversations with the Guatemalan Delegates in Cuba by John A. Ehrenreich; Barbara Ehrenreich; Judy Hicks; A. P. Short
  • Toward National Suicide by Frederick L. Schuman
  • The Way by Felix Munso
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The Roots of Underdevelopment by James Petras
  • A Chronicler of Late Nineteenth Century America by Manuel Pedro Gonzales

Vol. 18, No. 8: January 1967

  • The Cultural Revolution in China by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Soviet Economic Reforms: The Peril of Material Incentives; How Important Are the Reforms?; Controls and Socialism by Allen Solganick; Lynn Turgeon; Harry Braverman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • A New Age of Enlightenment? by Bernard Edwin Galitz
  • Analyzing the Surplus by David Horowitz

1966

Vol. 18, No. 7: December 1966

  • Weak Reeds and Class Enemies by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Growing Financial Crisis in the Capitalist World by David Michaels
  • The Balance of Payments Crisis by Jacob Morris
  • France Between China and the U.S by Claude Cadart
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Pinning Down The Butterflies by Carleton Beals

Vol. 18, No. 6: November 1966

  • Why Vietnam? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Economic Aspects of U.S. Imperialism by Harry Magdoff
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Fanon and Black Radicalism by Lawrence Goldman
  • The Omegna Award by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 18, No. 5: October 1966

  • Global Counter-Revolution by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Economics of Murder: Brazil and Vietnam by S. H. Posinsky
  • The Midnight Raid by William Hinton
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Lying in State: The Problem of Government Prevarication by Staughton Lynd
  • Rosa Luxemburg by Alfred Evenitsky

Vol. 18, No. 4: September 1966

  • The Strategy of Armed Struggle by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Confessions of Karl Marx: Reprint by Karl Marx
  • The Development of Underdevelopment by Andre Gunder Frank
  • The United Fruit Co. by Pablo Neruda
  • How Ideas Work by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Malcolm X by Frank Kofsky
  • Black Control of the Cities by Stephen D. Jacoby

Vol. 18, No. 3: July-August 1966

  • Ghana: End of an Illusion by Mary Oppenheimer, Bob Fitch

Vol. 18, No. 2: June 1966

  • Time of Trouble: The Twenty-Third Congress by Isaac Deutscher
  • Spain: A Report by N. L. Teruel
  • The Tricontinental Congress: Concrete Internationalism and Revolution by JosVazeilles
  • Shocked by the April Issue; Disturbed by the April Issue; Dullards, That's All; Negroes in the Henry Wallace Campaign by Melitta del Villar; Basil R. Pollitt; JosYglesias; Clark Foreman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Monopoly Capitalism by Peter Lathrop
  • Slavery and Capitalism by Douglas F. Dowd
  • The Wretched of the Earth Are Here, Too by Slater King
  • A Radical Speaks by Stephen H. Fritchman

Vol. 18, No. 1: May 1966

  • The Long Haul by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Now It Can Be Told: "New Math" in Labor Relations by Harry Kelber
  • Marxism and the Negro Revolt by William Ash
  • Trading with China by M. A. Jeffers
  • Starting the 18th Year: Interview with "Partisans"; An Anniversary Message by Leo Huberman, Peter Lathrop
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The British Army and Rhodesia; Explosive Okinawa by Dale and Elena Vree, James M. Diamond

Vol. 17, No. 11: April 1966

  • The Tricontinental Conference and After by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • From Castro's Closing Speech by Fidel Castro
  • A Conference Without Glory and Without Program by Adolfo Gilly
  • The City Is the Black Man's Land by James Boggs, Grace Lee Boggs
  • Monopoly in the U.S by David Michaels
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 17, No. 10: March 1966

  • Vietnam: A New Phase Opens by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • On That Great Civilized Morning by E. Y. Harburg
  • Notes on the Theory of Imperialism by Paul A. Baran, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Che Guevara: The Bolivar of Our Time? by Eduardo Galeano
  • Oglesby's Speech by Steve Newman
  • Economic Reform and Socialist Morality by Paul S. Rosenberg, Allen Solganick
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Planning and Development by Edward Boorstein

Vol. 17, No. 9: February 1966

  • The Boom Continues by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Cuba1965 by Joan Robinson
  • Socialism in North Vietnam by Jacques Charrie
  • Telling and Teaching by Peter Lathrop
  • I Wanted Him to Know by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 17, No. 8: January 1966

  • The Rhodesian Crisis by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Rhodesia: Historical Background by Richard Morrock
  • Liberalism and the Corporate State by Carl Oglesby
  • Is Iran Potentially Another Vietnam? by Iranian Students Association
  • Reply to Dobb by Bettelheim by Charles Bettelheim
  • Economic Reform in Czechoslovakia by George Shaw Wheeler
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • China Through French Eyes by Keith M. Buchanan

1965

Vol. 17, No. 7: December 1965

  • The Necessity of Revolution by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Brazilian "Interdependence" and Imperialist Integration by Ruy Mauro Marini
  • Vietnam: A War of the Masses and a Socialist Revolution by Adolfo Gilly
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Behind the Curtain of Silence by Keith M. Buchanan

Vol. 17, No. 6: November 1965

  • War and Revolution by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Peruvian Revolution: Concepts and Perspectives by Luis F. de la Puente Uceda, Rodolfo B. Arrigorriaga
  • Venezuela and the FALN Since Leoni by James D. Cockcroft, Eduardo Vicente
  • A Guerrilla Wind by Adolfo Gilly
  • War and the U.S. Economy by Globe and Mail
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Gert and MR by Paul M. Sweezy
  • On Paul Baran's Political Economy of Growth by Micha_ Kalecki

Vol. 17, No. 5: October 1965

  • Decolonization at Home by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Freedom Under Capitalism and Socialism by Leo Huberman
  • Guerrillas and "Peasant Republics" in Colombia by Adolfo Gilly
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 17, No. 4: September 1965

  • Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Dominican Republic by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Imperialism in the Dominican Republic by Vicente Girbau Leon
  • Socialism and the Market by Charles Bettelheim; Maurice Dobb; A Specialist (anon.)
  • Job Discrimination in the South by David Michaels
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • China: A Spanish Review by Keith M. Buchanan

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