• Vol. 68, No. 6: November 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, November 2016" by The Editors
    • "Measuring Global Inequality" by Michael D. Yates
    • "Revolutionary Biology: The Dialectical Science of Christopher Caudwell" by Rob Wallace
    • "Intersectionality and Primary Accumulation: Caste and Gender in India under the Sign of Monopoly-Finance Capital" by Judith Whitehead
    • "Memories of a U.S. Political Prisoner" by David Gilbert
    • "Why Ecosocialism Needs Marx" by Kohei Saito
  • Vol. 68, No. 5: October 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, October 2016" by The Editors
    • "Marxism and the Dialectics of Ecology" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "The Kurdish Question Then and Now" by Samir Amin
    • "What Is Socialism for the Twenty-First Century?" by Michael A. Lebowitz
    • "The Internet and Monopoly Capitalism" by Daniel Auerbach, Brett Clark
    • "Learning from Late Marx" by Kohei Saito
    • "The Science and Politics of DNA" by Camilla Royle
    • "A Working-Class Sherlock" by Gregg Shotwell
  • Vol. 68, No. 4: September 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, September 2016" by The Editors
    • "Black Lives Matter and the Struggle for Freedom" by Brian P. Jones
    • "The Anthropocene Crisis" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Against Trophy Hunting: A Marxian-Leopoldian Critique" by Alexander Simon
    • "From Primitive to Substantive Equality—via Slavery" by István Mészáros
    • "In the boredroom" by Marge Piercy
    • "Imperialism and Class in the Arab World" by Max Ajl
  • Vol. 68, No. 3: July-August 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2016" by The Editors
    • "Monopoly Capital at the Half-Century Mark" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Monopoly Capital Then and Now" by Prabhat Patnaik
    • "Kalecki and Steindl in the Transition to Monopoly Capital" by Jan Toporowski
    • "The Profits of Financialization" by Costas Lapavitsas, Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz
    • "Surplus Absorption and Waste in Neoliberal Monopoly Capitalism" by Mary V. Wrenn
    • "Hydrocarbons and the Illusion of Sustainability" by Kent A. Klitgaard
    • "Monopoly Capital in the Classroom" by Michael Meeropol
    • "UK Monopoly Capitalism: Applying a North American Brand to Britain" by David Matthews
    • "Multinational Corporations and the Globalization of Monopoly Capital: From the 1960s to the Present" by Intan Suwandi, John Bellamy Foster
    • "Reading Capital, Reading Historical Capitalisms" by Samir Amin
  • Vol. 68, No. 2: June 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2016" by The Editors
    • "Marx's Ecology and the Left" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "Radical Leisure" by Eva Swidler
    • "Beyond Opt Out: A Broader Challenge to Corporate School Reform" by Howard Ryan
    • "Vietnam and the Soldiers' Revolt: The Politics of a Forgotten History" by Derek Seidman
    • "Self-Rule in the Balance" by Seth Sandronsky
  • Vol. 68, No. 1: May 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2016" by The Editors
    • "Obamacare: The Neoliberal Model Comes Home to Roost in the United States—If We Let It" by Howard Waitzkin, Ida Hellander
    • "Nature" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Orthodox Economics and the Science of Climate Change" by Mariano Torras
    • "Voices, Not Numbers: Towards a Greater Democracy in Education" by Carl A. Grant
    • "The 3,000 Who Stayed" by Don Fitz
    • "Organizing for Better Lives" by Daniel M. Berman
  • Vol. 67, No. 11: April 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2016" by The Editors
    • "Marx's Theory of Working-Class Precariousness: Its Relevance Today" by R. Jamil Jonna, John Bellamy Foster
    • "The Broken BBC: From Public Service to Corporate Power" by Gavin Lewis
    • "A New Economy of Knowledge" by Richard Levins
    • "Living the Eleventh Thesis" by Richard Levins
    • ""Realists of a Larger Reality": On New Science Fiction" by Amy Schrager Lang, Daniel Rosza Lang/Levitsky
  • Vol. 67, No. 10: March 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2016" by The Editors
    • "The Opt Out Revolt: Democracy and Education" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "The Testing Resistance and Reform Movement" by Monty Neill
    • "Opting Out of the Education Reform Industry" by Wayne Au, Jesslyn Hollar
    • "Should New York City Teachers Support Opt Out?: Two Views in the UFT" by John C. Antush
    • "Testing and Social Studies in Capitalist Schooling" by Donna-Marie Cole-Malott, Curry Malott
    • "Beyond Pedagogies of Repression" by Henry A. Giroux
  • Vol. 67, No. 9: February 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, February 2016" by The Editors
    • "France: An Algorithmic Power" by Jean-Claude Paye
    • "Socialism and Fantasy: China Miéville's Fables of Race and Class" by Christopher Kendrick
    • "Marx's Ecological Notebooks" by Kohei Saito
    • "The Postracial Delusion" by Yasmin Nair
    • "Clerics and Communists" by Bashir Saade
    • "Cuba's Medical Mission" by Don Fitz
  • Vol. 67, No. 8: January 2016
    • "Notes from the Editors, January 2016" by The Editors
    • "Capitalism and Its Current Crisis" by Prabhat Patnaik
    • "Digital Labor and Imperialism" by Christian Fuchs
    • "Social Movements and Progressive Governments: Building a New Relationship in Latin America" by Marta Harnecker
    • "The Silvertown Strike: A Partisan History" by John Tully
    • "On Henry Giroux: Foreword to America's Addiction to Terrorism" by Michael D. Yates
    • "No Vacation from Politics" by Paul A. Baran
    • "Marx the Feminist?" by Leontina M. Hormel
  • Vol. 67, No. 7: December 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, December 2015" by The Editors
    • "Marxism and Ecology: Common Fonts of a Great Transition" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "No Reconciliation without Truth: An Interview with Tan Swie Ling on the 1965 Mass Killings in Indonesia" by Intan Suwandi
    • "The United States and the 1965–1966 Mass Murders in Indonesia" by Bradley Simpson
    • "Laudato Si—The Pope's Anti-Systemic Encyclical" by Michael Löwy
    • "A Question of Place" by Grace Lee Boggs
    • "Reconstructing Marx's Critique of Political Economy from His London Notebooks" by Kohei Saito
  • Vol. 67, No. 6: November 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, November 2015" by The Editors
    • "The Great Capitalist Climacteric: Marxism and "System Change Not Climate Change"" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Whither Japan? Seven Decades After Defeat" by Herbert P. Bix
    • "Wars Past and Wars to Come" by John Newsinger
    • "Baran and Sweezy's Monopoly Capital, Then and Now" by Benjamin Feldman, John Bellamy Foster
    • "From Incarceration to Decarceration: The Need to Abolish Prisons" by Aviva Stahl
    • "Cotton: The Fabric of Death" by J. Lichtenstein
    • ""A Torture Machine": The Violent Story of Slavery and the Beginning of American Capitalism" by T. W. Walker
  • Vol. 67, No. 5: October 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, October 2015" by The Editors
    • "Method in Ecological Marxism: Science and the Struggle for Change" by Hannah Holleman
    • "Puerto Rico: The Crisis Is About Colonialism, Not Debt" by Linda Backiel
    • "Interview with Bill Gallegos" by Elly Leary, Anne Lewis
    • ""Sic Vos Non Vobis" (For You, But Not Yours): The Struggle for Public Water in Italy" by Andreas Bieler
    • "Stripping Away Invisibility: Exploring the Architecture of Detention" by Victoria Law
    • "The Part of "Illegal" They Don't Understand" by David L. Wilson
  • Vol. 67, No. 4: September 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, September 2015" by The Editors
    • "When Did the Anthropocene Begin…and Why Does It Matter?" by Ian Angus
    • "'Dangerous Circumstances': The Council on Foreign Relations Proposes a New Grand Strategy Towards China" by Laurence H. Shoup
    • "The Critique of the State: A Twenty-First Century Perspective" by István Mészáros
    • "We give up far too easily" by Marge Piercy
    • "Secular Stagnation: Mainstream Versus Marxian Traditions" by Hans G. Despain
    • "An Anti-Imperialist Feminist's Tale" by Rosalyn Fraad Baxandall
  • Vol. 67, No. 3: July-August 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2015" by The Editors
    • "The New Imperialism of Globalized Monopoly-Finance Capital: An Introduction" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Contemporary Imperialism" by Samir Amin
    • "Behind the Veil of Globalization" by Intan Suwandi
    • "Imperialism and the Transformation of Values into Prices" by Torkil Lauesen, Zak Cope
    • "Imperialism in the Era of Globalization" by Utsa Patnaik, Prabhat Patnaik
    • "Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century" by John Smith
    • "Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in Africa" by Horace Campbell
    • "Imperialism's Health Component" by Howard Waitzkin, Rebeca Jasso-Aguilar
    • "Resisting the Imperial Order and Building an Alternative Future in Medicine and Public Health" by Rebeca Jasso-Aguilar, Howard Waitzkin
    • "The New Stage of Globalization" by Harry Magdoff
    • "The Creation of the Next Imperialism: The Institutional Architecture" by Jayati Ghosh
  • Vol. 67, No. 2: June 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2015" by The Editors
    • "Late Soviet Ecology and the Planetary Crisis" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "South Africa: Exploding with Rage, Imploding with Self-Doubt—but Exuding Socialist Potential" by Patrick Bond
    • "The "New Turkey": Fetishizing Growth with Fatal Results" by Zuhal Ye ilyurt Gündüz
    • "Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions at Ten Years: Reflections on a Movement on the Rise" by Max Ajl
  • Vol. 67, No. 1: May 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2015" by The Editors
    • "Honor the Vietnamese, Not Those Who Killed Them" by Michael D. Yates
    • "The Strength and Fragility of the Brazilian Economy" by Rosa Maria Marques, Paulo Nakatani
    • "The Scars of the Ghetto" by Lorraine Hansberry
    • "Manufacturing America's Dreams" by Gregg Shotwell
    • "My Enemy's Enemy Is My Friend" by Steve Payne
    • "Marx on the Camino de Santiago: Meaning, Work, and Crisis" by Janine Fitzgerald
  • Vol. 66, No. 11: April 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2015" by The Editors
    • "Chávez and the Communal State: On the Transition to Socialism in Venezuela" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich?" by Michael A. Lebowitz
    • "On the Legacy of the International Working Men's Association after 150 Years: Interview with Marcello Musto" by Vesa Oittinen
    • "The Nonprofit-Corporate Complex: An Integral Component and Driving Force of Imperialism in the Phase of Monopoly-Finance Capitalism" by Efe Can Gürcan
    • "Trying to love Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant" by Marge Piercy
    • "The Nazi Threat in the United States: Imported or Homegrown?" by Henry Heller
  • Vol. 66, No. 10: March 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2015" by The Editors
    • "A Rational Agriculture Is Incompatible with Capitalism" by Fred Magdoff
    • "GMOs: Capitalism's Distortion of Biological Processes" by Michael Friedman
    • "Bangladesh—A Model of Neoliberalism: The Case of Microfinance and NGOs" by Anu Muhammad
    • "The Personal Is Political: The Political Economy of Noncommercial Radio Broadcasting in the United States" by Robert W. McChesney
    • "Cricket and Revolutions: C.L.R. James's Early British Years" by Yasmin Nair
  • Vol. 66, No. 9: February 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, February 2015" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Crossing the River of Fire: The Liberal Attack on Naomi Klein and This Changes Everything" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "Neoliberal Co-optation of Leading Co-op Organizations, and a Socialist Counter-Politics of Cooperation" by Carl Ratner
    • "Cooperatives On the Path to Socialism?" by Peter Marcuse
    • "What Was Occupy?" by Stephen Squibb
    • "Native Land and African Bodies, the Source of U.S. Capitalism" by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
    • "The Struggle for Scotland's Future" by Paul Buhle
  • January 2015 Cover Vol. 66, No. 8: January 2015
    • "Notes from the Editors, January 2015" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Pete Seeger, Socialist Songster: Introduction" by Amy Schrager Lang, John J. Simon
    • "Who Was This Pete Fellow?" by Holly Near
    • "Don't Waste Any Time In Mourning" by Daniel Rosza Lang/Levitsky
    • "Friends and Neighbors: Remembering Pete Seeger and Camp Woodland" by Emily Paradise Achtenberg
    • "Pete Seeger, Musical Revolutionary" by Brett Clark, Scott Borchert
    • "Possibility and Hope: Getting from Here to There" by Pete Seeger, Linda C. Forbes
    • "iCapitalism and the Cybertariat: Contradictions of the Digital Economy" by Ursula Huws
    • "Voices of Socialism: Karl Marx" by Ralph Miliband
  • Vol. 66, No. 7: December 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, December 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Mészáros and the Critique of the Capital System: Foreword to The Necessity of Social Control" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Saving the Unity of Great Britain, Breaking the Unity of Greater Russia" by Samir Amin
    • "Latin America Confronts the Challenge of Globalization: A Burdensome Inheritance" by Samir Amin
    • "Capitalism and the Commodification of Salmon: From Wild Fish to a Genetically Modified Species" by Stefano B. Longo; Rebecca Clausen; Brett Clark
    • "Paul Burkett's Marx and Nature Fifteen Years After" by John Bellamy Foster
  • Vol. 66, No. 6: November 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, November 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Piketty and the Crisis of Neoclassical Economics" by John Bellamy Foster, Michael D. Yates
    • "Contra Hardt and Negri: Multitude or Generalized Proletarianization?" by Samir Amin
    • "The Ecological Civilization Debate in China: The Role of Ecological Marxism and Constructive Postmodernism—Beyond the Predicament of Legislation" by Zhihe Wang; He Huili; Meijun Fan
    • "Welcome to post feminism and the left is obsolete" by Marge Piercy
  • Vol. 66, No. 5: October 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, October 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Beyond the Degradation of Labor: Braverman and the Structure of the U.S. Working Class" by R. Jamil Jonna, John Bellamy Foster
    • "The Emergence of Marx's Critique of Modern Agriculture: Ecological Insights from His Excerpt Notebooks" by Kohei Saito
    • "Vietnam War Era Journeys: Recovering Histories of Internationalism" by Michele Hardesty
    • "E.P. Thompson: A Giant Remembered" by Paul Buhle
    • "A Defining Moment: The Historical Legacy of the 1953 Iran Coup" by Younes Abouyoub
  • Vol. 66, No. 4: September 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, September 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "The Return of Fascism in Contemporary Capitalism" by Samir Amin
    • "The Criminality of Wall Street" by William K. Tabb
    • "An Ecologically Sound and Socially Just Economy" by Fred Magdoff
    • "The Political Economy of Dyslexia" by Steven L. Strauss
    • "The Term 'Capitalism' Has Lost Its Radical Edge" by Fred Block, The Editors (MR)
    • "Living in the (Right-Wing) Media Glare" by Martha Biondi
    • "How We Found Out About COINTELPRO" by Martin Oppenheimer
    • "Flying Patterns" by Seth Sandronsky
  • Vol. 66, No. 3: July-August 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Surveillance Capitalism: Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age" by John Bellamy Foster, Robert W. McChesney
    • "Electronic Communications Surveillance" by Lauren Regan
    • "The New Surveillance Normal: NSA and Corporate Surveillance in the Age of Global Capitalism" by David H. Price
    • "The Zombie Bill: The Corporate Security Campaign That Would Not Die" by Beatrice Edwards
    • "Surveillance and Scandal: Weapons in an Emerging Array for U.S. Global Power" by Alfred W. McCoy
    • ""We're Profiteers": How Military Contractors Reap Billions from U.S. Military Bases Overseas" by David Vine
    • "U.S. Control of the Internet: Problems Facing the Movement to International Governance" by Prabir Purkayastha, Rishab Bailey
    • "Merging the Law of War with Criminal Law: France and the United States" by Jean-Claude Paye
    • "The National Security State: The End of Separation of Powers" by Michael E. Tigar
  • Vol. 66, No. 2: June 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Popular Movements Toward Socialism: Their Unity and Diversity" by Samir Amin
    • "Labor and "Ed Deform": The Degradation of Teachers' Work through Standardized Testing and the New York City Evaluation System" by John C. Antush
    • "Marx on Gender and the Family: A Summary" by Heather Brown
    • "Rupert Murdoch: Not Silent, But Deadly" by Robert W. McChesney
  • Vol. 66, No. 1: May 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Stagnation and Financialization: The Nature of the Contradiction" by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster
    • "China's Grain Production: A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation?" by Zhun Xu; Wei Zhang; Minqi Li
    • "Australian Coal: Should It Be Left in the Ground?" by Hans Baer
    • "Crisis, Recovery, and the Transitional Economy: The Struggle for Cooperative Ownership in Greensboro, North Carolina" by Michael Joseph Roberto
    • "Our Feminist Poet on Che" by Bernardine Dohrn
  • Vol. 65, No. 11: April 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "South Africa's Resource Curses and Growing Social Resistance" by Patrick Bond
    • "Spain, Economic Crisis, and the New Enclosure of the Reproductive Commons" by Sandra Ezquerra
    • "A Practical Solution to an Urgent Need" by Gregg Shotwell
    • "Climate Change: What Role For Reform?" by Christian Parenti
    • "A Reply to Parenti" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Wake Up and Smell the Oil: The Grass-Roots Struggle Against the Oil Plunder in Iraq" by Eddie J. Girdner
  • Vol. 65, No. 10: March 2014
    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2014" by The Editors (MR)
    • "Proposing a Path to Socialism: Two Papers for Hugo Chávez" by Michael A. Lebowitz
    • "Baran's Critique of Modern Society and of the Social Sciences" by Herbert Marcuse
    • "The Baran–Sweezy Letters Project" by Nicholas Baran
    • "How Can We Combine Direct Support Work with Political Analysis?" by Victoria Law
    • "Plastic Plague" by Ian Angus
    • "Unearthing Woody Guthrie's Lost Novel" by Scott Borchert
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