Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 57, No. 4, September

Can Germany's Corporatist Labor Movement Survive?
For seven years Germany has been governed by a center-left coalition. This government was elected in 1998 because a majority of the electorate was tired of conservatives promising that fiscal austerity, lower unemployment benefits and social security,...
Left-Indigenous Struggles in Bolivia: Searching for Revolutionary Democracy
The Geography of Struggle La Paz, the Bolivian capital, rests in a deep valley in the heart of the Andes. The geographical terrain of the city is marked clearly with deep class divisions and the racist legacies of Spanish colonial impositions and...
Naked Imperialism
The global actions of the United States since September 11, 2001, are often seen as constituting a "new militarism" and a "new imperialism." Yet, neither militarism nor imperialism is new to the United States, which has been an expansionist power--continental,...
Notes from the Editors
More than a year after the supposed "transfer of sovereignty" the war of aggression that the United States is waging in Iraq shows no sign of abating. Washington's plan is to continue to occupy Iraq by force until it is brought securely within the...
The FARC-EP in Colombia: A Revolutionary Exception in an Age of Imperialist Expansion
The United States and the Colombian ruling oligarchy have, since the 1960s, repeatedly implemented socioeconomic and military campaigns to defeat the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia-Ejercito del Pueblo, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of...
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