Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 52, No. 5, October

Notes from the Editors
In an article on the role of third parties in U.S. presidential elections in the August 21, 2000, issue of In These Times, founding editor and publisher James Weinstein observed: In 1948, when I cast my first vote for president, Henry A. Wallace,...
SNCC: What We Did
2000 marks the fortieth anniversary of the southern sit-in movement, the emergence of the civil rights struggle of the 1960s, and the founding of its most dynamic component, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). We believe it is important...
Social Security, the Stock Market, and the Elections
Social Security was the crowning achievement of Roosevelt's New Deal. It has been the most successful and still remains the most popular of all U.S. government programs. More than a pension program, Social Security provides for workers and their families...
The Taiping Peasant Revolt
Writing in the New York Daily Tribune in June 1853, Karl Marx argued that it was quite probable that "the next uprising of the people of Europe" would depend "on what is now passing in the Celestial Empire," on "the Chinese revolution." He went on:...
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