Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 1, May

Australian Coal: Should It Be Left in the Ground?
Many Australians view themselves as living in a "lucky country" because it has an abundance of mineral resources. James Goodman and David Worth, however, maintain that the mining boom has been a "curse" in disguise. It has sharpened socioeconomic and...
China's Grain Production: A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation?
Some progressive writers have argued that while China's agricultural privatization achieved short-term gains, it did so by undermining longterm production facilities such as the infrastructure and public services built in the socialist era.1 Environmental...
Crisis, Recovery, and the Transitional Economy: The Struggle for Cooperative Ownership in Greensboro, North Carolina
There is much to ponder as the patchwork of American society continues to unravel from the effects of a new type of capitalist depression. Millions have seemingly resigned themselves to both high and chronic underemployment, an odious condition expressed...
Notes from the Editors
Monthly Review celebrates its sixty-fifth anniversary with this issue. Today the causes for which the magazine has stood throughout its history-the struggle against capitalism and imperialism and the battle for socialism as the only alternative path-are...
Our Feminist Poet on Che
Our Feminist Poet on Che Margaret Randall, Che on MyMind (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2013), 160 pages, $19.95, paperback.If you have not been thinking about Che, now you will. Our gifted poet, feminist author, and revolutionary thinker has given...
Stagnation and Financialization: The Nature of the Contradiction
But in a period like the present when trade is chronically stagnant what can we say of the worker's hope if he can see no further than a continuance of the present relations of employer and employed; if the system of capital and wage-earning is to go...
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