Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 54, No. 10, March

Beyond the Drumbeat: Iraq, Preventive War, 'Old Europe'
The letter of support, signed by the leaders of eight European countries last January, for the Bush administration's inexorable push for war with Iraq was both singularly ideological and shortsighted. The list of values that the signatories claim to...
Notes from the Editors
In the 1920s Andrew Mellon, who served as secretary of the treasury under Presidents Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover (it was sometimes said that they served under him), introduced a series of gargantuan tax cuts culminating in what was known as the Mellon...
Students and Workers in the Transition to Socialism: The Singer Model
Daniel Singer's first book was Prelude to Revolution: France in May 1968, published in 1970. There he posed the question: "Could it be that a socialist revolution is beginning, that Marxism is returning to its home ground, the advanced countries for...
The Commercial Tidal Wave. (Review of the Month)
For a long time now it has been widely understood within economics that under the capitalism of giant firms, corporations no longer compete primarily through price competition. They engage instead in what economists call "monopolistic competition."...
The Socialist Feminist Project
Some would say socialist feminism is an artifact of the 1970s. It flowered with the women's liberation movement, as a theoretical response to what many in the movement saw as the inadequacies of Marxism, liberalism, and radical feminism, but since...
The Tendency to Privatize
A key feature of neoliberal economic policies in both poor and rich nations is the mania for the privatization of socially-owned assets and services. The shift from publicly to privately-produced goods and services is designed to phase out public programs...
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