Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 10, March

A Response to Andy Pollack's "Information Technology and Socialist Self Management." (Monthly Review, Vol. 49, 1997)
Andy Pollack (MR, Vol. 49, No. 4, 1997) summarized his perspective on technology by saying that "the implementation of IT (information technology), its full use, and the purposes for which it is used, thus bring us back to the question of power, and...
Being White in Black/white Relations: A Professor's Singular Life Journey
How many seasons of observation, how many episodes of interaction, how many pauses for reflection must it take for the white man to discern what it is truly like to be black in America and to comprehend the nature of personal black/white relations? Over...
Human Rights Imperialism
"Human Rights" has been for a generation the chosen battlefield of U.S. worldwide propaganda. The United States, which imprisons a much larger percentage of its population than any other country, routinely sets itself up as the universal arbiter of human...
Sources and Resources of Zapatism
We are living in a time when the world is dis-enchanted. Now more than ever before, capitalism, in its neoliberal form, has reduced all social relations, all values, all qualifies to the status of commodities. This is a realm of universal quantification,...
The New Theology of the First Amendment: Class Privilege over Democracy
The First Amendment stands as the crown jewel of the U.S. Constitution. Although it often has been ignored and violated throughout U.S. history, the First Amendment is the republic's shining commitment to individual freedom of expression and to the protection...
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