Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 51, No. 9, February

Kosovo and "The Jewish Question"
Whether or not it is true, as Vaclav Havel famously claimed, that NATO's attack on Yugoslavia represents the first war to be waged "in the name of principles and values," the first "ethical war," it might well be the case that it is the first act of...
Notes from the Editors
Isaac Deutscher once said that, in dealing with some questions, Marxists have to wear gloves. If memory serves, he was talking particularly about the nationalisms of the oppressed. The "national question" has, of course, always been a thorny subject...
Overcoming Racism
Recently, there has been a great deal of discussion about the racism of white workers. Unfortunately, little has been said or written about how white working-class racism can be overcome. In this essay, I examine a prison uprising in which black and...
Remembering Murray Levin
I suspect that many on the U.S. left do not know the name of Murray Levin--political scientist, writer, teacher--who died at the age of seventy-two in late 1999. It would be hard to characterize his politics in simple terms; "socialist," "radical,"...
The Necessity of Gangster Capitalism: Primitive Accumulation in Russia and China
The Russian bank laundering scandal in the newspapers last fall is only the latest installment in the ongoing saga of corruption coming out of the former Soviet Union. The more important question is: where did they get the money in the first place?...
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