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Authors

  • Paul M. Sweezy
  • Harry Magdoff

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-039-03-1987-07_1

Keywords:

History

Abstract

MR aims to serve what we see as an important educational purpose, i.e., to help a politically engaged but nonspecialized readership to understand the great historical issues of our time. Generally this means publishing material that is brief, well-informed, clearly written, and non-academic in format. But sometimes articles are submitted for publication that in one way or another exceed these specifications, particularly with respect to length, but without being inaccessible to most of our readers. If at the same time they deal in an effective way with important issues, they pose a difficult editorial problem. To make too many exceptions would risk changing the nature of the magazine which we believe has proved its validity over a period of nearly four decades. On the other hand adherence to rigidly interpreted standards would mean depriving readers of what many might find of real value.

Published

1987-07-01

Issue

Section

Review of the Month