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Articles from Vol. 54, No. 5, October

Class, Economy, and the Second Intifada
The current Palestinian Intifada and Israel's brutal response has been the subject of countless articles over the last two years. There is however a disappointing vacuum within left analysis, with much of this writing attempting to explain the character...
Creating a Just Society: Lessons from Planning in the U.S.S.R. & the U.S. (Review of the Month)
HARRY MAGDOFF INTERVIEWED BY HUCK GUTMAN In early July 2002, I asked Harry Magdoff if he would be interviewed for the Statesman, a Kolkata, India newspaper for which I write political commentary. Our first interview was so satisfying that we...
Echoing the Past, Sounding the Present. (Book Review)
Sally E. Hadden, Slave Patois: Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas (Harvard University Press, 2001), 340 pages, cloth $35. I, [patroller's name], do swear, that I will as searcher for guns, swords, and other weapons among the slaves...
It Is Not a Postcapitalist World, nor Is It a Post-Marxist One
JOHN BELLAMY FOSTER INTERVIEWED BY EVRENSEL KULTUR Evrensel Kultur: Postmodernism's advice to us was to have doubts towards all kinds of information acquired. The "security syndrome" following September 11 has spread these doubts to daily life....
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OCTOBER 1952 Newspaper headlines give evidence, almost daily, that "the crime problem" is becoming increasingly serious. The financial cost of the growing number of crimes customarily regarded as comprising "the crime problem" is staggering....
Notes from the Editors
In late August and early September a number of MR and Socialist Register authors (including Patrick Bond, John Bellamy Foster, Gerard Greenfield, Naomi Klein, and John Saul) participated in forums in Johannesburg related to the World Summit on Sustainable...
Punishment by Detail
Aside from the obvious physical discomforts, being ill for a long period of time fills the spirit with a terrible feeling of helplessness, but also with periods of analytic lucidity, which, of course, must be treasured. For the past three months,...
Remembering Beadie Magdoff
For more than three decades, visitors to Monthly Review's Manhattan offices would be greeted with the slightly raspy, always cheerful "Hi ya" that Beadie Magdoff offered to cabinet ministers, students, revolutionaries, workers, political exiles,...
Stop Abusing Cuban Children-And Their Doctors
The voices of the victims of U.S. misadventures overseas are too often drowned out and their stories forgotten. Let us not forget the plight of the children of Cuba, which is the result of the U.S. embargo on trade with their country. From a medical...
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