Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 54, No. 6, November

Counter-Intelligent: The Surveillance and Indictment of Lynne Stewart
On June 14, 2000, radical attorney Lynne Stewart broke a signed agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice. She released a press statement to the Reuters news service in Cairo on behalf of her imprisoned client, Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, convicted...
Crises: One after Another for the Life of the System. (Exchange)
THE EDITORS Our disagreement with our friends, Sam Gindin and Leo Panitch, is over three interrelated issues: (1) how and why to analyze a crisis-prone capitalism, (2) the capacity of the state to manage or "contain" crises, and (3) the near-term...
Rethinking Crisis. (Exchange)
In their April 2002 Review of the Month, Monthly Review's editors present a particularly clear statement of the view that the American economy, and with it global capitalism, has been stagnating since the early seventies and is now facing the threat...
Stephen Jay Gould-What Does It Mean to Be a Radical?
Early this year, Stephen Gould developed lung cancer, which spread so quickly that there was no hope of survival. He died on May 20, 2002, at the age of sixty. Twenty years ago, he had escaped death from mesothelioma, induced, we all supposed, by...
The Rediscovery of Imperialism. (Review of the Month)
The concept of "imperialism" was considered outside the acceptable range of political discourse within the ruling circles of the capitalist world for most of the twentieth century. Reference to "imperialism" during the Vietnam War, no matter how...
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