Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 51, No. 10, March

After Seattle: Understanding the Politics of Globalization
The "Seattle Shock"-as Business Week called it in an editorial that warned of a popular backlash against "our very economic system"--reflects heartfelt indignation by the financial press at the intrusion of mass democracy into an elite discourse. In...
Notes from the Editors
What do Helmut Kohl and Elian Gonzales have in common? What could possibly unite the destinies of the huge former Chancellor of Germany, who for so many years dominated European politics and played the part of senior statesman on the global stage,...
Rekindling Socialist Imagination: Utopian Vision and Working-Class Capacities
"A continental welfare state, modeled on the comparatively successful social democracy of the United States. That's the ticket. Do it the American way." This recipe for what path Europe should follow isn't the Economist calling for a new realism, or...
The Third Way: Myth and Reality
Introduction What is the Third Way? Both historically and in the contemporary world, there are numerous examples of political leaders and movements that declare their allegiance to a Third Way--defining alternatives in opposition to what they perceive...
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