Monthly Review

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Articles from Vol. 69, No. 9, February

Economic History and the 'East Wind': Challenges to Eurocentrism
Framing the ProblemGiven the breathtaking speed of contemporary geopolitical and geoeconomic turmoil and strategic realignments, the task is to understand the process and to project the contours of the future world structure.1 This is especially difficult,...
Ln the Name of Women's Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism
Patriarchies East and West Sara Farris, ln the Name of Women's Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism (Durham: Duke University Press, 2017), 272 pages, $25.95, paperback.Sara Farris's In the Name of Women's Rights is a brave monograph that analyzes the...
Notes from the Editors
The Fall 2017 issue of the journal Continental Thought and Theory, available on-line, includes an article by Riccardo Bellofiore entitled "Between Schumpeter and Keynes: The Heterodoxy of Paul Marlor Sweezy and the Orthodoxy of Paul Mattick," that raises...
Preface to beyond Leviathan
Why Leviathan? The readers of this book may well ask the question.The answer is both very simple and painfully difficult. Very simple in the sense that the state-despite the great variety of its forms, as constituted in history, from the time of so-called...
'The Present as History' and the Theory of Monopoly Capital
Grzegorz Konat; What are the most important qualities of the monopoly capital school? What distinguishes this tradition from other currents within Marxism?John Bellamy Foster; The most important principle of the monopoly capital tradition is that of...
The Working-Class Struggle for Welfare in Britain
Although there exists no unified Marxist theory of the state, all Marxists would likely agree that whatever its other features, the fundamental objective of the capitalist state is the preservation of the social relations of exploitation. Together, state...
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