Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 55, No. 8, January

After Neoliberalism: Empire, Social Democracy, or Socialism?
Since the early 1980s, the leading capitalist states in North America and Western Europe have pursued neoliberal policies and institutional changes. The peripheral and semiperipheral states in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe, under...
Cuba: The Next Forty-Five Years?
This year Cuba will be celebrating the forty-fifth anniversary of its victorious revolution: a great historic achievement. And when we bear in mind that the Cuban Revolution--the long sustained action of a nation of just eleven million people--survived...
European Labor: The Ideological Legacy of the Social Pact
Europe's trade union movement is on the defensive. It is also in a deep political and ideological crisis. At present, the trade unions are unable to fulfill their role as the defenders of the immediate economic and social interests of their members....
Fifty Years Ago
The Fred Wright (1907-1984) cartoon below appeared in the January 1954 issue of MR. Wright was for many trade unionists the best-loved and most admired American labor cartoonist of the twentieth century. During a forty-five-year career that spanned...
Food Security in Cuba
In 1996, Via Campesina, the recently formed international umbrella organization of grassroots peasant groups, introduced the term "food sovereignty": the right of peoples and states to democratically decide their own food and agricultural policies...
Notes from the Editors
Historical materialists are not prophets; they do not predict the future course of history. They are concerned rather with the present as history. This fundamental principle of Marxist thought is called to mind by our reencounter recently with a common...
Why Lift the Embargo?
We publish the following document because it provides useful information and background on the four-decades-long economic blockade against Cuba, its pernicious effects, and its place in U.S. global policy. It was originally presented to the United...
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