For a New Look at the Global Situation; James Petras Replies; The Real Nature of Productivity; Editors' Comment; "Japan in Perspective": A Note; Paul Sweezy Replies

Authors

  • - The Editors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-032-06-1980-10_5

Keywords:

History, Imperialism, Political Economy

Abstract

James Petras's article on the revival of U.S. interventionism (MR, February 1980) seems to me an impressive exercise in undialectics. He manages not to mention the Soviet Union even once. The strategic situation would be a lot simpler if it were not for the existence of a great degenerated revolution on the offensive, but it is a reality events are calling to our attention. (Discussion by Hugh Deane, James Petras, Horace B. Davis, The Editors, James O'Connor, and Paul M. Sweezy.)

Published

1980-11-05

Issue

Section

Correspondence