• Monthly Review Volume 74, Number 3 (July-August 2022)

    Vol. 74, No. 3 (July-August 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2022" by The Editors
    • "Socialism and Ecological Survival: An Introduction" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "The Limits to Growth: Ecosocialism or Barbarism" by Alberto Garzón Espinosa
    • "Surviving Through Community Building in Catastrophic Times" by Sit Tsui, Lau Kin Chi
    • "Climate Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century" by Jayati Ghosh; Shouvik Chakraborty; Debamanyu Das
    • "We Only Have One Planet—Defending It Will Require Collective Measures" by João Pedro Stedile
    • "Measures to Defend Life on Planet Earth and Improve Living Conditions" by Brazilian popular movements
    • "End Ecocidal Capitalism or Exterminate Life on Planet Earth: A South African Contribution to Ecosocialist Strategy" by Vishwas Satgar
    • "Surviving Collapse Through Social Transformation and Regeneration" by Christina Ergas
    • "Ecology and the Future of History" by John Bellamy Foster
  • Monthly Review Volume 74, Number 2 (June 2022)

    Vol. 74, No. 2 (June 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2022" by The Editors
    • "Panopticon" by Michael D. Yates
    • "Mészáros and Chávez: The Philosopher and the Llanero" by Chris Gilbert
    • "Mészáros and Chávez: "The Point from Which to Move the World Today"" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "The Roots of the Science-Practice Gap: A Materialist View" by Ricardo Dobrovolski
    • "Toward an Ecosocialist Degrowth: From the Materially Inevitable to the Socially Desirable" by Alejandro Pedregal, Juan Bordera
    • "The Jakarta Method, Then and Now: U.S. Counterinsurgency and the Third World" by Sarah Raymundo
  • Monthly Review Volume 74, Number 1 (May 2022)

    Vol. 74, No. 1 (May 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2022" by The Editors
    • "'Notes on Exterminism' for the Twenty-First-Century Ecology and Peace Movements" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Giving War a Chance" by Laurence H. Shoup
    • "Marxism, Science, and Science Studies: From Marx and Engels to COVID-19 and COP26" by Helena Sheehan
    • "Africa Is on the Move" by Vijay Prashad
    • "Histories of Racial Capitalism and the Dynamics of the Capitalist System" by Julius Alexander McGee, Patrick Trent Greiner
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 11 (April 2022)

    Vol. 73, No. 11 (April 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2022" by The Editors
    • "The Defense of Nature: Resisting the Financializaton of the Earth" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "The Political Economy of Systemic U.S. Militarism" by James M. Cypher
    • "The Bhima Koregaon Arrests and the Resistance in India" by Saroj Giri
    • "For an Ecosocialist Degrowth" by Michael Löwy; Bengi Akbulut; Sabrina Fernandes; Giorgos Kallis
    • "Standing Against Racism and Empire: Remembering Elizabeth 'Betita' Sutherland Martinez" by Erik Wallenberg
    • "Obfuscation" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 10 (March 2022)

    Vol. 73, No. 10 (March 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2022" by The Editors
    • "Nature as a Mode of Accumulation: Capitalism and the Financialization of the Earth" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "The End of the Trilogy" by Ricardo Antunes
    • "A Commune Called 'Che': A Socialist Holdout in the Venezuelan Andes" by Chris Gilbert
    • "Revisiting Marx on Race, Capitalism, and Revolution" by Kevin B. Anderson
    • "What 1930s Radicals Totally Knew: Scott Borchert on the Federal Writers' Project" by Scott Borchert, Susie Day
    • "The United Fruit Co." by Pablo Neruda
    • "Confession" by Raymond Nat Turner
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 9 (February 2022)

    Vol. 73, No. 9 (February 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, February 2022" by The Editors
    • "Lukács and the Tragedy of Revolution: Reflections on "Tactics and Ethics"" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "'Bury Class Society Before It Buries Us All': Eleanor Burke Leacock's Vision for a Marxist Feminist Anthropology" by Ahmed Kanna
    • "Magic, Necromancy, and the Nonhuman Turn" by SunYoung Ahn
    • "Anatomy of a Propaganda Campaign: Jeremy Corbyn's Political Assassination" by Florian Zollmann, T. J. Coles
    • "The Fight to Save San Francisco's City College: An Organizer's View" by Jody Sokolower
    • "Better Build Back the movements—Ol' Schmo's tru blu 1%" by Raymond Nat Turner
    • "Say, Gaza" by Linda Backiel
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 8 (January 2022)

    Vol. 73, No. 8 (January 2022)

    • "Notes from the Editors, January 2022" by The Editors
    • "Preface" by Manolo De Los Santos, Vijay Prashad
    • "Introduction" by Manolo De Los Santos, Vijay Prashad
    • "The Blockade as a Double-Edged Sword" by Roberto Regalado
    • "We Must Return to the Future" by La Tizza Collective
    • "Socialism Cannot Postpone Its Promise of Democracy: Young Cuban Voices on the July 11 Events" by Rita Karo
    • "The Communist Party of Cuba and Present Challenges: Reflections on the Eighth Party Congress" by Germán Sánchez Otero
    • "Socialism Against the Siege" by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 7 (December 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 7 (December 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, December 2021" by The Editors
    • "Against Doomsday Scenarios: What Is to Be Done Now?" by John Bellamy Foster; John Molyneux; Owen McCormack
    • "India's Revolutionary Spiritual Urge: Bhagat Singh and the Naxalites" by Bernard D'Mello
    • "Red Current, Pink Tide: A Visit to El Maizal Commune in Venezuela" by Chris Gilbert
    • "Disease, Disability, and Paternalism in the Fight for Medicare for All" by Maggie Mills
    • "Moving the Bar: Michael Ratner, Social Justice, and a Life Defending the Revolution" by Bernardine Dohrn
    • "Cuba and the United States" by Che Guevara, Leo Huberman
    • "El Patojo" by Che Guevara
    • "The Eyes of Texas and the Nays" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 6 (November 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 6 (November 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, November 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Planetary Rift" by John Bellamy Foster, Haris Golemis
    • "World Development under Monopoly Capitalism" by Benjamin Selwyn, Dara Leyden
    • "The Present in History, 2021" by William K. Tabb
    • "Disney, Salò, and Pasolini's Inconsumable Art" by Owen Schalk
    • "Keeping the Challenges Before Us: The Reissuing of 'Reluctant Reformers' and Its Contemporary Implications" by Bill Fletcher, Jr.
    • "The great indifference" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 5 (October 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 5 (October 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, October 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Long Haitian Revolution" by Pierre Labossiere; Margaret Prescod; Camila Valle
    • "Bhima Koregaon and the "Powers of the Other Shore"" by Saroj Giri
    • "COVID, Disablement, and the "Return to Normal"" by Keith Rosenthal, Ari Parra
    • "The South African Pandemic of Racial Capitalism" by Madalitso Zililo Phiri
    • "Vouchers for Murder" by Isador Nabi
    • "The Synthesizing Impulse: J. B. S. Haldane" by Helena Sheehan
    • "The legacy" by Marge Piercy
    • "Herd impunity?" by Raymond Nat Turner
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 4 (September 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 4 (September 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, September 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Capitalinian: The First Geological Age of the Anthropocene" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "Not a Nation of Immigrants" by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
    • "COVID-19 in the Two Koreas" by Howard Waitzkin
    • "Cooperation Has a Meaning: François Maspero and Monthly Review" by Andy Merrifield
    • "Building a Vision of the Good Life" by Jordan Fox Besek
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 3 (July-August 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 3 (July-August 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2021" by The Editors
    • "The New Cold War on China" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Is China Transforming the World?" by Tony Andréani; Rémy Herrera; Zhiming Long
    • "Legacies of Definancialization and Defending Real Economy in China" by Sit Tsui; He Zhixiong; Yan Xiaohui
    • "China: Imperialism or Semi-Periphery?" by Minqi Li
    • "China and the American Lake" by Mark Tseng-Putterman
    • "In Line of Fire: The Korean Peninsula in U.S.-China Strategy" by Tim Beal
    • "The Political Economy of the U.S.-China Technology War" by Junfu Zhao
    • "Can the Chinese Diaspora Speak?" by Qiao Collective
    • "From Sandstorm and Smog to Sustainability and Justice: China's Challenges" by Lau Kin Chi; Jin Peiyun; Yan Xiaohui
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 2 (June 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 2 (June 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2021" by The Editors
    • "Capital and the Ecology of Disease" by John Bellamy Foster; Brett Clark; Hannah Holleman
    • "What Is Happening in the United States? How Social Class Influences Political Life" by Vicente Navarro
    • "The Guaidó Era: A Sixth, Very Long Coup Attempt" by Joe Emersberger, Justin Podur
    • "Epidemic Response: The Legacy of Colonialism" by Jennifer Dohrn, Eleanor Stein
    • "The Point Is to Change It" by Michael E. Tigar
  • Monthly Review Volume 73, Number 1 (May 2021)

    Vol. 73, No. 1 (May 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Council on Foreign Relations, the Biden Team, and Key Policy Outcomes: Climate and China" by Laurence H. Shoup
    • "Five Characteristics of Neoimperialism: Building on Lenin's Theory of Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century" by Cheng Enfu, Lu Baolin
    • "The Paris Commune: Marx, Mao, Tomorrow" by Alain Badiou
    • "Nostalgia for what never was" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 11 (April 2021)

    Vol. 72, No. 11 (April 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2021" by The Editors
    • "Repairing the Soil Carbon Rift: Enhancing Agriculture and Environment" by Fred Magdoff
    • "Building Communities of Solidarity" by Fernando E. Gapasin; Bill Fletcher, Jr.; Bill Gallegos
    • "History comes in bad cycles" by Marge Piercy
    • "I wake to the possible" by Marge Piercy
    • "What Sort of Kinetic Materialism Did Marx Find in Epicurus?" by Boris Hennig
    • "Engels's Ecologically Indispensable if Incomplete Dialectics of Nature" by Paul Blackledge
    • "These Brothers Chose Well" by Michael D. Yates
    • "Socialist Practice and Transition" by Steve Ellner
    • "Was Folk Music a Commie Plot?" by Mat Callahan
  • Notes from the Editors, March 2021

    Vol. 72, No. 10 (March 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Ideology of Late Imperialism: The Return of the Geopolitics of the Second International" by Zhun Xu
    • "Racial Capitalism and COVID-19" by Zophia Edwards
    • "Capital, Science, Technology: The Development of Productive Forces in Contemporary Capitalism" by Raúl Delgado Wise, Mateo Crossa Niel
    • "A Commodius Vicus of Recirculation: Encountering Marx and Joyce" by Andy Merrifield
    • "Whither China? An Exchange from 2002–03" by Isabel Crook, Harry Magdoff
    • "What We Recovered in the Revolution: Álvaro Cunhal's Five Days, Five Nights" by Camila Valle
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 8 (February 2021)

    Vol. 72, No. 9 (February 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, February 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Drain of Wealth: Colonialism before the First World War" by Utsa Patnaik, Prabhat Patnaik
    • "The Ecological State" by Erald Kolasi
    • "Manipulations of Freedom: The Dirty Fight for Prop 22 and the Gig Economy" by Sumona Gupta
    • "Red Star: Coexistence in Alexander Bogdanov's Utopia" by Aleksandra Djurasovic, Milan Djurasovic
    • "Preface to the Persian Edition of The Ecological Revolution" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "On Creative Destruction, Myths, and Revolution" by David E. Feldman
  • Monthly Review Volume 20, Number 2 (June 1968)

    Vol. 72, No. 8 (January 2021)

    • "Notes from the Editors, January 2021" by The Editors
    • "The Contagion of Capital: Financialized Capitalism, COVID-19, and the Great Divide" by John Bellamy Foster; R. Jamil Jonna; Brett Clark
    • "The Continuing Korean War in the Murderous History of Bombing" by Tim Beal
    • "Disability and Welfare under Monopoly Capitalism" by David Matthews
    • "A Portrait of Gil Green" by Michael Myerson, John J. Simon
    • "Fighting the "Immigrant Threat" Narrative" by Lola Loustaunau
    • "Standing with Standing Rock, Then and Now" by Zoltán Grossman
    • "The great denial" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 7 (December 2020)

    Vol. 72, No. 7 (December 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, December 2020" by The Editors
    • "The Return of Nature and Marx's Ecology" by John Bellamy Foster, Alejandro Pedregal
    • "The Elephant in the Room: Left Parties and the European Union" by Asbjørn Wahl
    • "Paul Baran's Economic Surplus Concept, the Baran Ratio, and the Decline of Feudalism" by Thomas E. Lambert
    • "Decolonization in Practice: Lessons from Karuk Nation" by Leontina M. Hormel
    • "The Left and the Class Struggle" by Paul Buhle
  • Vol. 72, No. 6 (November 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, November 2020" by The Editors
    • "Engels's Dialectics of Nature in the Anthropocene" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "Engels's Emergentist Dialectics" by Kaan Kangal
    • "The COVID-19 Pandemic Exposes Fatal Health Inequities" by Meredeth Turshen, Annie Thébaud-Mony
    • "The Commodification of Online Cooperation" by Joshua Sperber
    • "Facing the Anthropocene: An Update" by Ian Angus
    • "The Mexican and Latino Question: What Is to Be Done?" by Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 4 (September 2020)

    Vol. 72, No. 4 (September 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, September 2020" by The Editors
    • "The Renewal of the Socialist Ideal" by John Bellamy Foster
    • "COVID-19, Economic Depression, and the Black Lives Matter Protests: Will the Triple Crisis Bring a Working-Class Revolt in the United States?" by Michael D. Yates
    • "India, COVID-19, the United States, and China" by Research Unit for Political Economy (RUPE)
    • "A Violent Guatemala" by Jane Duran
    • "I wake every day to this" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 3 (July-August 2020)

    Vol. 72, No. 3 (July 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, July-August 2020" by The Editors
    • "Examining the Wreckage" by Nick Estes, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
    • "Modern U.S. Racial Capitalism: Some Theoretical Insights" by Charisse Burden-Stelly
    • "Race Is About More Than Discrimination: Racial Capitalism, the Settler State, and the Challenges Facing Organized Labor in the United States" by Bill Fletcher, Jr.
    • "Poultry and Prisons: Toward a General Strike for Abolition" by Carrie Freshour
    • "Colonialism, Migration, Pandemic: The Immutable Evidence that Capitalism Is Racist and Misogynist" by Lilia D. Monzó
    • "The Yellow Plague and Romantic Anticapitalism" by Iyko Day
    • "Racial Capital from Pan-Africanism and Coloniality to Epistemic Rupture: New Directions in a Life with Marxism" by Jesse Benjamin
    • "Oliver Cromwell Cox's Marxism" by Paul M. Sweezy
    • "Marx and Slavery" by John Bellamy Foster; Hannah Holleman; Brett Clark
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 2 (June 2020)

    Vol. 72, No. 2 (June 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, June 2020" by The Editors
    • "COVID-19 and Catastrophe Capitalism: Commodity Chains and Ecological-Epidemiological-Economic Crises" by John Bellamy Foster, Intan Suwandi
    • "How Che Guevara Taught Cuba to Confront COVID-19" by Don Fitz
    • "The Brazilian Crisis and the New Authoritarianism" by Anthony Robert Pahnke, Marcelo Milan
    • "German Deunification: Gerhard Schröder, Angela Merkel, and the Liberal Roots of German Neofascism" by Ingar Solty, Darko Vujica
    • "The good-for-business wars" by Marge Piercy
  • Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 1 (May 2020)

    Vol. 72, No. 1 (May 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, May 2020" by The Editors
    • "COVID-19 and Circuits of Capital: New York to China and Back" by Rob Wallace; Alex Liebman; Luis Fernando Chaves; Rodrick Wallace
    • "Science and Politics" by Hilary Rose; Steven Rose; Katherine L. Bryant
    • "Engels vs. Marx?: Two Hundred Years of Frederick Engels" by Paul Blackledge
    • "It's Still Slavery by Another Name" by Michael D. Yates
    • "Postcolonial Reconstruction in Ghana, 1952–66" by Izaak Hecht
    • "And then, I think about war" by Linda Backiel
  • Monthly Review Volume 71, Number 11 (April 2020)

    Vol. 71, No. 11 (April 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, April 2020" by The Editors
    • "The Rift of Éire" by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark
    • "How Long Can Neoliberalism Withstand Climate Crisis?" by Julius Alexander McGee, Patrick Trent Greiner
    • "Crisis of Socialism and Effects of Capitalist Restoration" by Paul Cockshott
    • "Democracy, Planning, and Big Data: A Socialism for the Twenty-First Century?" by Kees van der Pijl
    • "Dead Labor" by Hannah Olson Creighton
    • "The Legacy of Clinton Jencks" by Michael Myerson
    • "Health Care for Profit (Not Health): A Sick System" by David Matthews
  • Monthly Review Volume 71, Number 10 (March 2020)

    Vol. 71, No. 10 (March 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, March 2020" by The Editors
    • "Hyman Minsky at 100: Was Minsky a Communist?" by Riccardo Bellofiore
    • "Mystified Consciousness" by Andy Merrifield
    • "A Theory of Mental Health and Monopoly Capitalism" by David Matthews
    • "The Quality of Monopoly Capitalist Society: Mental Health" by Paul A. Baran, Paul M. Sweezy
    • "The Origins of the Seattle General Strike of 1919: The Timber Beast" by Cal Winslow
    • "Healing the Hurricane in Our Chest" by Nylca J. Muñoz Sosa
    • "Another Gray Afternoon in Guernica" by Kenneth Salzmann
  • Monthly Review Volume 71, Number 9 (February 2020)

    Vol. 71, No. 9 (February 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, February 2020" by The Editors
    • "Marx and the Indigenous" by John Bellamy Foster; Brett Clark; Hannah Holleman
    • "Messianic Zionism: The Ass and the Red Heifer" by Moshé Machover
    • "Sex and Socialism" by Ann Snitow; Christine Stansell; Sharon Thompson
    • "The Case for Labor-Led Development" by Intan Suwandi
    • "The Life of José Carlos Mariátegui" by Marc Becker
  • Monthly Review Volume 71, Number 8 (January 2020)

    Vol. 71, No. 8 (January 2020)

    • "Notes from the Editors, January 2020" by The Editors
    • "Liberating Women from "Political Economy": Margaret Benston's Marxism and a Social-Reproduction Approach to Gender Oppression" by Tithi Bhattacharya
    • "Evald Ilyenkov and Soviet Philosophy" by Andrey Maidansky, Vesa Oittinen
    • "On the Coincidence of Logic with Dialectics and the Theory of Knowledge of Materialism" by Evald Ilyenkov
    • "Revolutionary Mexico in Chicago" by Justin Akers Chacón
    • "Interrogating the Cultural Production of Mexico" by Brian M. Napoletano
    • "The Wisdom of a Socialist Defector" by Harry R. Targ
  • Monthly Review Volume 71, Number 7 (December 2019)

    Vol. 71, No. 7 (December 2019)

    • "Notes from the Editors, December 2019" by The Editors
    • "Capitalism and Robbery: The Expropriation of Land, Labor, and Corporeal Life" by John Bellamy Foster; Brett Clark; Hannah Holleman
    • "From Mass Incarceration to Mass Coercion" by Mark Jay
    • "Liberated Capitalism" by Henryk Szlajfer, Grzegorz Konat
    • "Indonesia 1965, Half a Century Later" by Justin Theodra
    • "Free Public Transit" by Victor Wallis
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