Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 67, No. 2, June

Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions at Ten Years: Reflections on a Movement on the Rise
Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions at Ten Years: Reflections on a Movement on the Rise Rich Wiles, editor, Generation Palestine (London: Pluto Press, 2013), 256 pages, $24, paperback.When in March 2012, Barack Obama paused briefly from approving orders...
Late Soviet Ecology and the Planetary Crisis
Soviet ecology presents us with an extraordinary set of historical ironies. On the one hand, the USSR in the 1930s and '40s violently purged many of its leading ecological thinkers and seriously degraded its environment in the quest for rapid industrial...
Notes from the Editors
In two Monthly Review special issues, "Education Under Fire: The U.S. Corporate Attack on Students, Teachers, and Schools" (July-August 2011) and "Public School Teachers Fighting Back" (June 2013), we sounded an alarm regarding the rapid restructuring...
South Africa: Exploding with Rage, Imploding with Self-Doubt-But Exuding Socialist Potential
The fast-reviving South African left is urgently coming to grips with the most acute national crises of structure and agency the country has experienced since the historic freeing of Nelson Mandela in February 1990 and the shift of the entire body politic...
The "New Turkey": Fetishizing Growth with Fatal Results
"This is not something that suddenly happened. I can tell you that there are people here who are dying, people who are injured and it's all because of money- They send us here like lambs to slaughter. We are not safe doing this job." -Özcan Cüce, Soma...
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