Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 56, No. 7, December

Capital Punishment Update
Following a short hiatus in the 1970s, capital punishment has regained its position as the most reactionary social policy in America. In the Supreme Court case of Furman v. Georgia, the Court ruled that the death penalty, as it had been practiced prior...
Empire of Barbarism
"A new age of barbarism is upon us." These were the opening words of an editorial in the September 20, 2004, issue of Business Week clearly designed to stoke the flames of anti-terrorist hysteria. Pointing to the murder of schoolchildren in Russia,...
Mayhem in the Medical Marketplace
Even in the United States, some aspects of life are too precious, intimate or corruptible to entrust to the market. We prohibit selling kidneys and buying wives, judges, and children. How far should such prohibitions extend? In recent years entrepreneurs...
Notes from the Editors
New Political Science, a journal associated with the Caucus for a New Political Science, has devoted its entire September 2004 number to "The Politics of Empire, Terror and Hegemony." The quality of the contributions to this special issue, some of...
The New Israel
With the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin on November 4, 1995, a long interval of relative openness, liberalization, and attempts at peace and normal relations with the Arab world came to an end. By assassinating Rabin the Israeli right...
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