Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 51, No. 8, January

Letter to Leonard Peltier
In 1975, Leonard Peltier was convicted of the murder of two government agents after a violent confrontation on the Oglala reservation that pitted the American Indian Movement (AIM) and local Sioux against law enforcement officers. Two other MM members...
Notes from the Editors
Our Assistant Editor, Vicki Larson, was in Seattle for the demonstrations against the WTO. We are pleased, indeed proud, to present Vicki's account of these very important events. I was in Seattle from Saturday, November 26, until Wednesday, December...
Renato Constantino, 1919-1999
After an arduous and protracted illness, Renato Constantino (humanist, anti-Japanese resistance fighter, paramount social scientist of his nation, teacher, and journalist extraordinaire) has tragically departed from our lives. He was a shaft of dazzling...
The Blair Kitsch Project
When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, it was not simply the Soviet Union or the "communist idea" or the efficacy of Marxist solutions that collapsed. Western European social democracy, too, was severely dented. In the face of a triumphalist capitalist...
The Need for a Radical Alternative: Interview with Istvan Meszaros
1. From the modern vision, the great revolutions, the anti-Nazi war, to the collapse of socialism in East Europe and to the sovereignty of the market, what do you think about the twentieth century--the "century of extremes" as Hobsbawm calls it? ...
The World Trade Organization? Stop World Take Over
On November 30, 1999, when the World Trade Organization (WTO) opened its third round of ministerial meetings, the three thousand official delegates, two thousand journalists, and other registered observers were greatly outnumbered by the tens of thousands...
Us versus Them: Laboring in the Academic Factory
Ten Tales from Academe at the End of the Century Consider the following items culled from some of the journals, newspapers, and email discussion groups to which I subscribe: 1. Administrators at York University in Toronto solicited corporations...
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