Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 67, No. 8, January

Capitalism and Its Current Crisis
IThe "thirty-year crisis" of capitalism, which encompassed two world wars and the Great Depression, was followed by a period that some economists call the Golden Age of capitalism. Today, however, capitalism is once again enmeshed in a crisis that portends...
Digital Labor and Imperialism
A century has now passed since Lenin's Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism (1916) and Bukharin's Imperialism and World Economy (1915), as well as Rosa Luxemburg's 1913 Accumulation of Capital, all spoke of imperialism as a force and tool of...
Marx the Feminist?
Heather A. Brown, Marx on Gender and the Family: A Critical Study (Chicago: Haymarket, 2012), 323 pages, $28.00, paperback.Silvia Federici, Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist Struggle (Oakland: PM Press, 2012), 189 pages,...
Notes from the Editors
Prabhat Patnaik's Review of the Month in this issue addresses problems of economic stagnation and imperialism in the context of explaining the current global crisis. Patnaik is part of a broad tradition of Marxian thought and heterodox economic analysis...
No Vacation from Politics
Translator's noteIn 1931 my father, Paul A. Baran, was a twenty-one-year-old graduate student at the University of Breslau, then part of Germany but now a city in Poland also known as Wroclaw. Baran had been working as a research assistant to Dr. Friedrich...
On Henry Giroux: Foreword to America's Addiction to Terrorism
Henry Giroux is a phenomenon. He has written more than sixty books, authored hundreds of essays, won numerous awards, and been an outstanding teacher for nearly forty years. His influence on the field of critical pedagogy is without parallel, and he...
Social Movements and Progressive Governments: Building a New Relationship in Latin America
In recent years a major debate has emerged over the role that new social movements should adopt in relation to the progressive governments that have inspired hope in many Latin American nations. Before addressing this subject directly, though, I want...
The Silvertown Strike: A Partisan History
There is a concept in biology called "punctuated equilibrium": organisms can display little discernible change over long periods of time before sudden, sharp, and profound changes. Without wishing to give credence to teleological or determinist views,...
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