Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 45, No. 6, November

Amilcar Cabral's Theory of Class Suicide and Revolutionary Socialism
This is a most difficult time for revolutionary socialists. The rapid collapse and disintegration of the Soviet Union, the electoral defeat of the Sandinistas, the many problems of Cuba, and the demise of revolutionary Marxism-Leninism in Africa all...
Leo Huberman and Monthly Review
1993 is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the death of Leo Huberman, co-founder and co-editor of Monthly Review from 1949 to 1968. To mark the occasion we are publishing the remarks of Paul Sweezy at "A Memorial Service and Meeting of Friends" held...
Nationalism and Progressive Politics in India
In historical terms, nationalism is not in itself progressive or reactionary, secular or communal, democratic or authoritarian, or anything else that can be expressed in simple categories of better or worse. It all depends upon its specific character,...
New Zealand: The Welfare State Ploughed Under
New Zealand is a group of islands about the same size as Japan, with a population of 3.4 million. In the South Pacific about halfway between the Equator and the South Pole, it was colonized around a thousand years ago in a series of migrations by Maori...
Notes from the Editors
It is our custom to record in this space the deaths of friends, colleagues, and authors who have helped us or otherwise contributed in one way or another to making Monthly Review the kind of institution it has become in its nearly forty-four years...
The Right to Employment
The more our economic problems bring to mind the depression of the 1930s the more interest focuses on the policies that the New Deal deployed to cure that depression and prevent future depressions. Among the most innovative, daring, and effective were...