Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 69, No. 8, January

From Wallmapu to Nunatsiavut: The Criminalization of Indigenous Resistance
In 2016, Francisca Linconao, a Mapuche elder and spiritual leader, was arrested for her alleged role in a confrontation between Mapuche protesters and landowners in Chile. Linconao and ten others were held without bail for well over a year, despite scant...
Notes from the Editors
The Review of the Month in this issue, "Women, Nature, and Capital in the Industrial Revolution," is intended as a contribution to the rapidly growing body of work on social reproduction theory, which represents one of the most remarkable attempts to...
Settler Colonialism and the Second Amendment
The Anglo-American settlers' violent break from Britain in the late eighteenth century paralleled their search-and-destroy annihilation of Delaware, Cherokee, Muskogee, Seneca, Mohawk, Shawnee, and Miami, during which they slaughtered families without...
The Propaganda Model Revisited
Edward S. Herman died in November 2017, at the age of ninety-two. Because of his unassuming nature and genuine disinterest in claiming authorship for many of the ideas he generated, as long as they proliferated, his personal legacy may never do justice...
What Is Monopoly Capital?
"Monopoly capital" is the term often used in Marxian political economy and by some non-Marxist analysts to designate the new form of capital, embodied in the modern giant corporation, that, beginning in the last quarter of the nineteenth century, displaced...
Women, Nature, and Capital in the Industrial Revolution
The remarkable rise in recent years of "social reproduction theory" within the Marxist and revolutionary feminist traditions, identified with the studies of such figures as Johanna Brenner, Heather Brown, Paresh Chattopadhyay, Silvia Federici, Susan...
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