Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 67, No. 7, December

A Question of Place
On February 29, 2000, a first-grader in the Buell Elementary School in Flint took a semi-automatic rifle to school and fatally shot his classmate, six-year-old Kayla Rolland. Since then, there have been countless stories about the tragedy in the media....
Laudato Si - the Pope's Anti-Systemic Encyclical
Pope Francis's "ecological encyclical" is an event which-whether taken from a religious, ethical, social, or political point of view-is of planetary importance. Considering the enormous influence of the Catholic Church worldwide, it is a crucial contribution...
Marxism and Ecology
To link Marxism and ecological transition may seem at first like trying to bridge two entirely different movements and discourses, each with its own history and logic: one having mainly to do with class relations, the other with the relation between...
No Reconciliation without Truth: An Interview with Tan Swie Ling on the 1965 Mass Killings in Indonesia
Introduction: The September 30th Movement, 1965In the early morning of October 1,1965, self-proclaimed left-wing troops raided the houses of seven top army generals in Jakarta. In the process, six of the generals were killed-three were shot during the...
Notes from the Editors
In this issue we feature two articles on the 1965-1966 mass killings and imprisonments in Indonesia. The army-led bloodbath was aimed at the near-total extermination of members of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI), then a highly successful electoral...
Reconstructing Marx's Critique of Political Economy from His London Notebooks
Reconstructing Marx's Critique of Political Economy from His London Notebooks Lucia Pradella, Globalization and the Critique of Political Economy: New Insights from Marx's Writings (London: Routledge, 2015), 218 pages, $160, hardback.In 2012, the second...
The United States and the 1965-1966 Mass Murders in Indonesia
On October 1,1965, the teletype in the White House relayed the account of a supposed "coup" by a group of Indonesian army officers calling themselves the September 30th Movement. In Jakarta the movement, which had begun the night before under the alleged...
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