Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 67, No. 1, May

Corrections
Corrections: We received a call from a retired farmer and MR subscriber in Iowa commenting on Fred Magdoff's "A Rational Agriculture Is Incompatible with Capitalism" in the March 2015 issue. The caller said that it was "great work" and that the article...
Honor the Vietnamese, Not Those Who Killed Them
In a letter to Vietnam War veteran Charles McDuff, Major General Franklin Davis, Jr. said, "The United States Army has never condoned wanton killing or disregard for human life." McDuff had written a letter to President Richard Nixon in January 1971,...
Manufacturing America's Dreams
Auto companies shield their low-tech exploitation of workers behind high-tech displays of mechanical prowess. The less a consumer knows about the blood and guts of manufacturing, the easier it is to buy the dream. So how does America think all this crap...
Marx on the Camino De Santiago: Meaning, Work, and Crisis
When I walked the thousand-year-old route of the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain in September and October 2014,1 expected to discuss questions of health with fellow travelers. I assumed that an ancient pilgrimage would be full of walkers pondering...
My Enemy's Enemy Is My Friend
Like many other leftists working in labor or community organizations, I have long struggled to understand the role I can play in building a larger left movement. I have spent nearly a decade organizing for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)...
Notes from the Editors
As we write these notes in March 2015, the Pentagon's official Vietnam War Commemoration, conducted in cooperation with the U.S. media, is highlighting the fiftieth anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. ground war in Vietnam, marked by the arrival...
The Scars of the Ghetto
The article that appears below is reprintedfrom the February 1965 issue of Monthly Review. Despite her small body of work and short life, Lorraine Hansberry (1930-1965) is considered one of the great African-American dramatists of the twentieth century....
The Strength and Fragility of the Brazilian Economy
Analyzing the Brazilian economy is a difficult and complex task; the current indicators register results ranging from excellent to mediocre and worrisome, depending on the variable observed. For example, the nation has advanced into modernity in a few...
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