Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 53, No. 5, October

Ecology against Capitalism
In a 1963 talk on "The Pollution of Our Environment" Rachel Carson drew a close comparison between the reluctance of society in the late twentieth century to embrace the full implications of ecological theory and the resistance in the Victorian era...
Israel's Religious Right and the Failure of the Peace Process
I live in Tel Aviv near a small river. Over the river there is a bridge. Under the bridge someone (a left-wing youngster, I would guess) painted a graffito in black which reads: "After we finish making peace with the Arabs--we'll finish with the religious!"...
Palestinian Geography and the Peace Process: A Cartographic Addendum
These maps add a graphic dimension that will help readers understand just what has, and has not, gone on in the Middle East peace process. In the years since the Oslo process began in 1993, Israel has claimed to adhere to a "land for peace" principle,...
Remembering Nora Sayre
What follows is a chapter from Nora Sayre's Running Time: Films of The Cold War (The Dial Press, 1982). We reprint it here not only to mark the untimely death of its author on August 8, but because it is a good example of a kind of radical cultural...
Response to Acker and Eisenstein
I'm very pleased that Joan Acker and Hester Eisenstein have responded to my article. Since the questions that they raise overlap, I will address their responses together. I think that the questions they have raised are important for a discussion not...
The Broader Picture
I take it as given that in publishing this piece Barbara Epstein sought to stir up controversy. I take it also that her effort seeks to revive feminism, rather than to bury it. And I agree with her notion that the situation of the women's movement...
What Happened to the Women's Movement?-An Exchange
Different Strategies are Necessary Now Barbara Epstein's answer to "What Happened to the Women's Movement?" (Monthly Review, May 2001) explains much of the decline of the intense, exciting, radical and socialist feminist organizing of the 1960s...
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