Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 52, No. 8, January

Cry for the Beloved Country: The Post-Apartheid Denouement
A tragedy is being enacted in South Africa, as much a metaphor for our times as Rwanda and Yugoslavia and, even if not so immediately searing of the spirit, it is perhaps a more revealing one. For in the teeth of high expectations arising from the...
Does Ecology Need Marx?
Does ecology need Marx? I wonder, at this point, what ecology is, for it seems to be an umbrella term, like sexism or racism, which covers a variety of macrolevel and microlevel phenomena produced by different causes and lends itself to the development...
Fifty Years Ago in MONTHLY REVIEW
A widely-held belief in the United States is that Americans lead the world in social, humanitarian, and even egalitarian thinking. More specifically, Mrs. Roosevelt and other United States representatives at the UN are thought to have extended the...
Human Rights and the Ideology of Capitalist Globalization: A View from Slovenia
Ideologies are a constant of human societies, though they have become more explicit in modern society. Since the eighteenth century, they have been increasingly distinguished from religious doctrines and popular religion. Ideologies make a claim to...
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