Nature, Society, and Thought

Nature, Society, and Thought... Is a refereed interdisciplinary international journal of Marxist Studies containing articles and commentaries dealing with the application of dialectical- and historical-materialist methods to all fields of study. It also contained articles that are of particular interest to Marxist scholars even if not based on Marxist methods of analysis. The journal usually included a nonrefereed section called "Marxist Forum," presenting programmatic materials from or about Marxist political organizations from different countries. From time to time, special issues of the journal were devoted to articles on individual topics such as "Marxism and Religion," "Marx and Freud," "African American History and Marxist Historiography" or monographs such as Hans Heinz Holz's Downfall and Future of Socialism and James S. Allen's Organizing in the Depression South: A Communist's Memoir.

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Volume 2 (1989)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 4

    ARTICLES:

    Eugene Dennis Vrana, Comic Strips As Propaganda: 403
    Willis H. Truitt, On the Question of Technological Determination 421
    Ed Beechert, Patterns of Resistance and Social Relations of Production: The Case of Hawaii 443
    Herbert Shapiro, Labor and Antislavery: Reflections on the Literature 471
    Guurnter Walch, Conrad's Hamlets, Intertextuality, and the Process of History 491

    COMMENTARIES

    John Henry, On Terrar’s “The New Social History and Colonial America’s Press Legacy” 505
    Steven Jay Gold, On Truitt’s “On the Question of Technological Determinism,” with response by Truitt 508
    BOOK REVIEWS Gerald A. Horne: Discriminate Deterrence: Report of the Commission on Integrated Long-Term Strategy 517
    April Ane Knutson: Black Feminist Criticism: Perspectives on Black Women Writers, by Barbara Christian 521

    See the whole issue: Volume 2, Issue no. 4

Volume 3 (1990)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 3, No. 1 (1990):

    ARTICLES

    Harry Targ, Plant Closings and Class Struggle 7
    Erwin Marquit, Distinction Between the Spheres of Action of Formal Logic and Dialectical Logic 31
    Kenneth D. Tunnell, Property Criminals as the Lumpenproletariat: Serendipitous Finding 39
    Gordon Welty, A Critique of the Theory of the Praetorian State 57
    Doris Brin Walker, Limiting Racist Speech in the United States vs.”Freedom” of Speech: A Marxist View of the Apparent Constitutional Dilemma 85


    COMMENTARIES

    Ralph Dumain, On Zeleny’s “On the Relation of Analytic and Dialectical Thinking,” with response by Jindrich Zeleny 97
    Herbert Aptheker, On Walker’s “Limiting Racist Speech,”” with response by Doris Brin Walker 102
    Danny Goldstick, On Aptheker’s “The Theory of Peaceful Coexistence” 105


    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Robert Steigerwald, What Lies Ahead for Socialism? 107


    BOOK REVIEWS

    Gudrun Richter: When Marxists Do Research, by Pauline Marie Vaillancourt 111
    Charles Brown and Toby Terrar: The United States and the Broadcasting in Space, by Sara Fletcher Luther 114
    Victor N. Paananen: Marx and Modern Fiction, by Edward J. Ahearn 118


    Please see the whole issue: Volume 3, Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 3, No. 2 (1990):

    ARTICLES

    Claudia Schaefer, Media/Mediation: Central America According to the New Journalism 135
    George Snedeker, Edward Said and the Critique of Orientalism 145
    Victor N. Paananen, Dylan Thomas as Social Writer: Toward a Caudwellian Reading 167
    Andràs Gedő, The Contemporary Attack on Science 179
    Anthony Monteiro, A Dialectical Materialist Critique of Analytical Marxism 197

    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Joe Slovo, Has Socialism Failed? 225

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Karen Howell McFadden: Canadian Volunteers: Spain 1936–1939 by William C. Beeching

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 3, Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 3, No. 3 (1990):

    In Memoriam: George M. Hampsh 259

    ARTICLES

    Charles W. Tolman, Lewis Henry Morgan’s Animal Psychology and Historical Materialism 261

    Jay Drydyk, Hegel and the Sandinistas 269

    Azaria Polikarov, The Character of Einstein’s Realism 281

    Barbara Foley, Race and Class in Radical African-American Fiction of the Depression Years 305

    Morris Zeitlin, Land Use, Transportation, and Working-Class Politics in the Modern Metropolis 323

    MARXISTS AS TEACHERS 341

    Philip J. Lutz, Presenting the Ideas of Karl Marx in The Freshman English Course: The Limitations of Great Ideas Anthologies 341

    CONFERENCE REPORTS 351

    BOOK REVIEWS 363

    Sahotra Sarkar: South Africa Belongs to Us: A History of the ANC, by Francis Meli 363

    Jerry Lembcke: Union Brotherhood, Union Town: The History of the Carpenters’ Union of Chicago, by Richard Schneirov and Thomas J. Suhrbur 369
    Sara Fletcher Luther: Peace and Communication: Media Contribution to Worldwide Security and Peace, by Tapio Varis 372
    Wylie Jones and Michael H. Washington: White Violence and Black Response: From Reconstruction to Montgomery, by Herbert Shapiro 374
    Paul C. Mishler: “My Song is My Weapon”: People’s Songs, American Communism, and the Politics of Culture, by Robbie Lieberman 378

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 3, Issue no. 3
  • CONTENTS Vol. 3, No. 4 (1990)

    Rudy Fichtenbaum, A Critique of the Segmentation Theory
    Rudy Fichtenbaum, A Critique of the Segmentation Theory of Racial Discrimination 389
    Sabine Grunwald and Gudrun Richter: Materialist Monism as Philosophical Reflection of the Material Unity of the World 401
    Michael D. Whitty, Nat Ganley: A Communist in the Detroit Labor Movemen 415
    MARXISTS AS TEACHERS James Lawler, Hegel and the Phenomenological Introduction to Marxism: Toward a Pedagogy of Dialectical Thought 433

    COMMENTARIES

    Robert Steigerwald, On Monteiro’s ``A Dialectical-Materialist[ Critique of Analytical Marxism’’ 453

    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Joe Slovo, The South African Working Class and the National-Democratic Revolution 455

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Victor N. Paananen: The Politics of Modernism: Against the New Conformists, by Raymond Williams 495

    Betty Bacon: Playing Them False: A Study of Children’s Toys, Games and Puzzles, by Bob Dixon 500

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 3 503

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 3, Issue no. 4

Volume 4 (1991)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2 (1991)

    Editorial

    Articles

    Kurt Jacobsen and Roger Gilman, Adventures of a Marxist Outlaw: Feyerabend and the Dialectical Character of His Philosophy of Science 5
    Ronald S. Edari, "Underclass": An Inquiry into Its Theoretical Status and Ideological Dimensions 31
    Michael L. Krenn, "Their Propere Share": The Changing Role of Racism in U.S. Foreign Policy since World War One 57
    San Juan, Jr., From Lukacs to Brecht and Gramsci: The Moment of Practice in Critical Theory 81
    Tom Meisenhelder, Toward a Marxist Analysis of Subjectivity 103
    Jack Luzkow, Marx, the Concept of History, and Human Emancipation 151
    Ernie Thomson, Marx, Feurbach, and Alienation: A New Look at an Old Question 167
    Harry R. Tarq, Foreign Policy and Class Struggle in the United Packinghouse Workers of America: 1945-1953 183
    Martha Stephens, Southern Fiction and Social Change 211
    William Schneiderman, Unpublished Final Chapter of Dissent on Trial 231

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Joy Carew: Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization, Vol. 1. The Fabrication of Ancient Greece, 1785-1985, by Martin Bernal 238

    Amitava Kumar: Nationalism, Colonialism, and Liturature, by Terry Eagleton, Fredric J Mameson, and Edward W. Said 245
    Irving Adler: Marx's Theory of Scientific Knowledge, by Patrick Murray 247
    Leonard Goldstein: Shakespeare Reproduced: The Text in History and Ideology, edited by Jean E. Howard and Marion F. O'Connor 251

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 4, Issue Nos. 1-2 (1991)
  • CONTENTS Vol. 4, No. 3 (1991)

    ARTICLES

    Danny Goldtick, Defining Terrorism 261

    Berch Berberoglu: Nationalism and Ethnic Rivalry in the Early Twentieth Century: Focus on the Armenian Community in Ottoman Turkey 269

    An Empirical Study, Jennie R. Joe and Dorothy Lonewolf Miller: The Dilemma of Navajo Industrial Workers: Cultural Values and Social Change 303

    Clark Everling: Marxists as Teachers - "On the Significance of Militant Materialism": Dialectical-Materialist Logic and Critical Thinking 331

    Leonard Goldstein: The Unification of Germany: Causes and Prospects 355

    Volker Grillitsch: The Destruction of the German Democratic Republic 369

    Book Reviews

    By V. G. Kiernan: Poets, Politics, and the People 377

    Garrick Bailey and Roberta Glenn Bailey: A History of the Navajos The Reservation Years 380
    Vivian McGuckin Raineri, The Red Angel: The Life and Times of Elaine Black Yoneda, 1906–1988 382

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 4, Issue no. 3
  • CONTENTS Vol. 4, No. 4 (1991)

    Editorial 389

    ARTICLES

    Thomas Kleven, The Public/Private Distinction: Does It Promote Democracy or Serve the Ruling Class? 393
    Sara Fletcher Luther, Cuba’s Role in International Mass Media 411
    Philip Goldstein, Communism, Resistance, Postmodernism 429
    Dorothee Roer, A Woman’s Viewpoint on the Ethical Dimension of Leontyev’s Concept of Human Nature 441
    James M. Wallace, Emotion and Class Consciousness: The Reception of a Contemporary Proletarian Novel 451
    Herbert Aptheker, Anti-Racism in U.S. History: The First Two Hundred Years 463

    COMMENTARIES

    Jon Bekken, Freedom of Speech and the Working Class: On Terrar’s “Colonial America’s Press Legacy” 483

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ethel Tobach, The Politics of Biopolitics: A Review Essay 491

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 4 507

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 4, Issue no. 4

Volume 5 (1992)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 5, No. 1 (1992)

    Editorial 4

    ARTICLES

    Ronald S. Edari, “Underclass”: Problems of Conceptualization and Measurement 7
    Joel Albers, Pharmacists and the National Health Insurance Debate 23
    Commentaries by Lawrence David Weiss and David Cohen 46
    David A. Muga, Indigenous Americans and the U.S. Constitution 51
    Lisa Stokes, “Who’s There?”: Deconstructed Selves in Hamlet and Ophelia 69
    William Pencak, Socialism: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Yet Come? 97
    Commentary by Erwin Marquit and Response by Pencak 106

    COMMUNICATIONS

    José Soler, On the Colonial Status of Puerto Rico 111

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ricardo Duchesne: The Transition from Feudalism: A Review Essay 113
    Maria Damon: When the Moon Waxes Red: Representation, Gender, and Cultural Politics, by Trinh T. Minh-ha 120
    Arthur Zipser: Impatient Armies of the Poor: The Story of Collective Action of the Unemployed, 1808–1942, by Franklin Folsom 122
    Thomas Kleven: Securing the Right to Employment: Social Welfare Policy and the Unemployed in the United States, by Philip Harvey 124

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 5 Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 5, No. 2 (1992)

    ARTICLES

    David B. Reynolds, A Revolutionary Vanguard? Lenin’s Concept of the Party 133
    Claudia Schaefer, From Tragedy to Farce: America Discovers Columbus 161
    Anguel S. Stefanov, Does Physics Reinforce Idealism? 175
    Rudy Fichtenbaum, Changes in the Rate of Profit in the Postwar U.S. Manufacturing Sector 183
    Michael Parenti, Against Psychopolitcs 201

    MARXISTS AS TEACHERS

    Bill Livant, A Focus on Dialectics: A Review Essay 229

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Leonard Goldstein: Shakespeare’s America, America’s Shakespeare, by Michael D. Bristol 237
    David Lethbridge: The IQ Mythology: Class, Race, Gender, and Inequality, by Elaine Mensh and Harry Mensh 243
    Herbert Shapiro: Abolitionism: A Revolutionary Movement, by Herbert Aptheker 246
    Betty Bacon: Politics of Education: Essays from “Radical Teacher,” edited by Susan Gushee O’Malley, Robert C. Rosen, and Leonard Vogt 249
    Arthur Zipser: Three American Radicals: John Swinton, Charles P. Steinmetz, and William Dean Howells, by Sender Garlin 251

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 5 Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 5, No. 3 (1992)

    Acknowledgments 6

    Publisher’s Foreword to the English-Language Edition 7

    Preface 17

    Chapter 1. Is Marxism in a Crisis? 19
    Chapter 2. Fundamental Questions of Marxist Theory 31
    1. Recalling some self-evident propositions 31
    2. Humanity and the shaping of society 40
    3. Historical perspectives and the question of organization 50
    4. The subject of history 62
    Chapter 3. Philosophical-Political Perspectives of Marxism Today 77
    Chapter 4. The Failure of the First Socialist Societies 101
    1. Immaturity of the economic conditions 102
    2. The problem of bureaucracy 108
    3. The impoverishment of theory 111

    Notes 119

    Bibliography 123

    Name Index 127

    Please see the whole issue: Vol. 5 Issue no. 3: Downfall and Future of Socialism, by Hans Heinz Holz,
  • CONTENTS Vol. 5, No. 4 (1992)

    ARTICLES

    Tom Meisenhelder, Whatever Became of State Monopoly Capitalism? 261
    Leola Johnson, Journalistic Representations of Anita Hill: Some Observations on the Performance of Women Newsworkers 281
    Gudrun Richter, “The Police Cannot Be the Constructor of the New Life”: Petr A. Kropotkin and the October Revolution 293
    E. San Juan, Jr., Critique of the New Politics of Racism/Nationalism in the United States 307

    COMMENTARIES

    On Hans Heinz Holz’s Downfall and Future of Socialism 321
    Daniel Rubin, For an Organization Based on Scientific Socialism, Not the Old Model of a Communist Party 322
    Erwin Marquit, On Retaining the Science in Scientific Socialism: A Reply to Rubin 348

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Pearl Zipser: Woman from Spillertown: A Memoir of Agnes Burns Wieck, by David Thoreau Wieck 371
    Frederic Hicks: Marxist Approaches in Economic Anthropology, edited by Alice Littlefield and Hill Gates 373
    Victor N. Paananen: The Pristine Culture of Capitalism, by Ellen Meiksins Wood 375

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 5 379

    Please see the whole issue: Vol. 5, Issue no. 4

Volume 6 (1993)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 6, No. 1 (1993)

    Editorial 5

    ARTICLES

    Andràs Gedő, Gramsci’s Path through the Tension between “Absolute Historicism” and Materialist Dialectics: Marxism as Historical Philosophy 7

    COMMENTARIES

    Joe Kaye, On Holz’s Downfall and Future of Socialism 41

    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Ute Osterkamp, Everyday Racism: Recent German Experience 45

    MARXIST FORUM 57

    International Seminar of Communist Parties Marking the 175th Anniversary of the Birth of Karl Marx, Calcutta, 5–7 May 1993 57
    Harkishan Singh Surjeet, Presentation by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) 91
    Essad Pahad, Presentation by the South African Communist Party 105

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Lenore Burgard: Cuba Looks to the year 2000, by Marc Frank, and Cuba and the USA: A New World Order? by Harry R. Targ 113
    Walter Thabit: American Cities: A Working Class View, by Morris Zeitlin, with reply by Zeitlin 119

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES

    (in English and French) 127

    Please see the whole issue: Vol. 6, Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 6, No. 2 (1993)

    ARTICLES

    Roger Boesche, Franz Neumann’s Theory of Modern Dictatorship 133
    Emilio Ichikawa Morin, Truth versus Received Wisdom: In Praise of Nakedness 159
    Delia D. Aguilar, Feminism in the “New World Order” 179

    MARXIST FORUM

    Peter Symon, Communism and Right Revisionism in Australia 207

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Leonard Goldstein: Tragedy and Class Society: A Review Essay 219

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 253

    Please see the whole issue: Vol. 6, Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 6, No. 3 (1993)

    In Memoriam: John Somerville 261

    ARTICLES

    David B. Reynolds, Rediscovering Marxism’s Heritage: Rosa Luxemburg and the Revolutionary Party 267
    Donald Smith, Valuing Tradition, Valuing History: Reading Thomas McGrath’s Letter to an Imaginary Friend 299
    Fred Whitehead, An Interview with Barrows Dunham 311

    MARXIST FORUM

    Norman Markowitz, On Holz’s Defense of Leninism 347
    Erwin Marquit, French Communist Party Congress, 1994 360

    BOOK REVIEWS

    James R. Bennett, Racial Formations/Critical Transformations: Articulations of Power in Ethnic and Racial Studies in the United States, by E. San Juan, Jr. 371
    Gerald M. Erickson, Freethought on the American Frontier, edited by Fred Whitehead and Verle Muhrer 376
    Robert D. Lippert, War and an Irish Town, by Eamonn McCann 379

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 382

    Please see the whole issue: Vol 6, Issue no. 3
  • CONTENTS Vol. 6, No. 4 (1993)

    ARTICLES

    Luisa Redondo Botella, Engels on the Origins and Development of Mathematics 389
    E. San Juan, Jr., Hugh MacDiarmid: Sketch of a Materialist Poetics 411
    Ian Jasper, State Monopoly Capitalism Still a Valid Concept? 437
    Huang Nansen, History of Marxist Philosophy: A View from China 457

    MARXIST FORUM

    Luis Fernandes, On the Validity of the Marxist Concepts of State and Democracy 475
    Communist Party of Canada: One World, One Movement Eight Principles of Our International Relations 486

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Susan Kollin, Cultures of United States Imperialism, edited by Amy Kaplan and Donald E. Pease 489
    John Manning, Stalin and Great-Power Chauvinism and Interference and Betrayal, by Tetsuzo Fuwa 495

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 6 503

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 510

    Please see the whole issue: Vol 6, Issue no. 4

Volume 7 (1994)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 7, No. 1 (1994)

    In Memoriam: Philip S. Foner (1910–1994) 4

    ARTICLES

    Herb Gamberg, Another View on the Crisis in Marxism 7
    Arif Dirlik, Three Worlds, or One, or Many? The Reconfiguration of Global Divisions under Contemporary Capitalism 19
    Leonard Goldstein, Patriarchalism in Historical Context: Milton and His Feminist Critics. Part One 43

    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Erwin Marquit, Historical Background to Guyana’s Struggle for Freedom 73

    MARXIST FORUM

    Report of the Central Committee to the 25th Congress of the People’s Progressive Party of Guyana (Abridged) 93

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Howard L. Parsons, The Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought and Race Matters, by Cornel West 111
    Doris Grieser Marquit, Political Writings, by John Milton; A Spark in the Ashes: The Pamphlets of John Warr, by John Warr 118

    MEP PUBLICATIONS DOCUMENTATION STYLE GUIDE 121

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 125

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 7, Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 7, No. 2 (1994)

    ARTICLES

    Andràs Gedő, The Irrevocable Presence of Marxist Philosophy in Contemporary Thought 133
    Leonard Goldstein, Patriarchalism in Historical Context: Milton and His Feminist Critics. Part Two 155
    Werner Seppmann, Nature and Emancipation 185

    MARXIST FORUM

    Domenico Losurdo, Collapse of “Existing Socialism” in Eastern Europe: Democratic Revolution or Restoration? 195
    Commemoration in Germany and Cuba of the Centennial of the Death of Frederick Engels 239

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Laura Schere, New Studies in the Politics and Culture of U.S. Communism, edited by Michael E. Brown, Randy Martin, Frank Rosengarten, and George Snedeker 241
    A. K. Dewdney, The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life, by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray 245

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 253

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 7, Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 7, No. 3 (1994)

    ARTICLES

    Joel R. Brouwer, The Origins of Jack Lindsay’s Contributions to British Marxist Thought 261
    Marvin Glass, Reproduction for Money: Marxist Feminism and Surrogate Motherhood 281
    Ernie Thomson, The Sparks That Dazzle Rather Than Sparkle: A New Look at Marx’s “Theses on Feuerbach” 299
    Marta Harnecker, Althusser and the “Theoretical Antihumanism” of Marx 325

    MARXIST FORUM

    Program of the Japanese Communist Party (1994) 343

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Stephan Lieske, (Un)Belonging? Geschlecht, Klasse, Rasse und Ethnizität in der britischen Gegenwartsliteratur: Joan Rileys Romane (Un)Belonging? Sex, Class, Race, and Ethnicity in Contemporary British Literature: Joan Riley’s Novels], by Jana Gohrisch 369
    James R. Bennett, The Politics of Cruelty: An Essay on the Literature of Political Imprisonment, by Kate Millett 374
    Robert Edwards, Days of Anger, Days of Hope: A Memoir of the League of American Writers, 1937–1942, by Franklin Folsom 378

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 381

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 7, Issue no. 3
  • CONTENTS Vol. 7, No. 4 (1994)

    ARTICLES

    Victor N. Paananen, Oscar Wilde’s London: Human Identity and the Bourgeois Illusion in The Picture of Dorian Gray 389
    Danny Goldstick, Out of Engels’s Wastebasket, etc. 399
    Doris Grieser Marquit, The Uses of a Contemporary Materialist-Feminist Literary Criticism 415

    BACKGROUND MATERIALS

    Richard Levins, Defend Science, Criticize Science 443

    MARXIST FORUM

    Georg Polikeit, Confrontation Between Reformism and Class Struggle in the Party of Democratic Socialism of Germany 449

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Howard L. Parsons, Russian Philosophy before Russian Marxism A Rich and Diverse Heritage: A Review Essay 471
    Douglas Moggach, Das geistige Erbe Europas [The Spiritual Heritage of Europe], edited by Manfred Buhr 495
    Edward C. Pintzuk, Aging Political Activists: Personal Narratives from the Old Left, by David P. Shuldiner 497

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 7 503

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 508

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 7, Issue no. 4

Volume 8 (1995)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 8, No. 1 (1995)

    Editorial Note 5

    Introduction by editor of special issue: Marxism, Psychology, and Psychoanalysis in the United States 7

    ARTICLES

    Howard L. Parsons, Concepts of Human Reality in the Thought of Freud and Marx 21
    Antal F. Borbely, Marx and Freud, a Reassessment: From the Industrial Age to the Information Age 55
    Irving J. Crain, Philosophy, Politics, and Psychoanalysis 79

    COMMENTARIES

    Peter Feigenbaum, A Marx-Freud Dialogue? 101
    John P. Pittman, Comments on the Papers on Marx and Freud 110
    Response by Antal F. Borbely 116

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 118

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 8, Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 8, No. 2 (1995)

    ARTICLES

    Anneliese Griese and Gerd Pawelzig, Why Did Marx and Engels Concern Themselves with Natural Science? 125
    David Levering Lewis, Lecture at the Dedication of the W. E. B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts, Amherst 139

    COMMENTARIES

    Erwin Marquit, Some Comments on Dialectical and Logical Contradictions 155
    Response by Danny Goldstick 160
    Herbert Aptheker, Comments on the Marx-Freud Discussion 165

    MARXIST FORUM

    The British Road to Socialism: Program of the Communist Party of Britain 169

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Herbert Aptheker, Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation, by Jonathon Kozol 239
    Betty Rosoff, The Evolution of Racism: Human Differences and the Use and Abuse of Science, by Pat Shipman; The DNA Mystique: The Gene as a Cultural Icon, by Dorothy Nelkin and M. Susan Lindee 241

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 246

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 8, Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 8, No. 3 (1995)

    In Memoriam: Barrows Dunham (1905–1995) 252

    ARTICLES

    Delia D. Aguilar, The Limits of Postmodern Feminism: A Critique from the Periphery 255
    Edwin A. Roberts, Liberalism as a Crisis in Democratic Theory: Three Critiques Reconsidered 275
    Olival Freire Jr., Dialectical Materialism and the Quantum Controversy: The Viewpoints of Fock, Langevin, and Taketani 309

    MARXIST FORUM

    Li Yining, China’s Economic Reform 329
    Clark Everling, Labor and Economic Development 345
    Iraqi Communist Party: A Profile 353

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Gerald C. Horne, Beyond Black and White: Transforming African-American Politics, by Manning Marable; The National Question: Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict, and Self-Determination in the Twentieth Century, edited by Berch Berberoglu 363
    Kevin G. Asman, Class Fictions: Shame and Resistance in the British Working-Class Novel, 1890–1945, by Pamela Fox 368

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 372

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 8, Issue no. 3
  • CONTENTS Vol. 8, No. 4 (1995)

    ARTICLES

    Victor G. Devinatz, “Instead of Leaders They Have Become Bankers of Men”: Gramsci’s Alternative to the U.S. Neoinstitutionalists’ Theory of TradeUnion Bureaucratization 381
    E. San Juan Jr., The Revolutionary Aesthetics of Frederick Engels 405
    Sundiata K. Cha-Jua, “Air-Raid over Harlem”: Langston Hughes’s Left Nationalist Poetics, 1927–1936 433

    MARXIST FORUM

    Georges Labica, Frederick Engels: Scholar and Revolutionary 457
    Socialist Program of the Communist Party of Brazil 463

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Elizabeth M. Johnson, Challenging Racism and Sexism: Alternatives to Genetic Explanations, edited by Ethel Tobach and Betty Rosoff 489

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 8 495

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 500

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 8, Issue no. 4

Volume 9 (1996)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 9, No. 1 (1996)

    Michael Parenti, The Strange Death of President Zachary Taylor: A Case Study in the Manufacturing of Mainstream History 5
    Ronald A. Kieve, “A Plaything in Their Hands”: American Exceptionalism and the Failure of Socialism A Reassessment 31
    Domenico Losurdo, Marx, Columbus, and the October Revolution: Historical Materialism and the Analysis of Revolutions 65

    MARXIST FORUM Erwin Marquit, International Meeting of Communist and Left Parties on the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the Czechoslovakian Communist Party, 11–12 May 1996 87

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Bamshad Mobasher, Marx’s Mathematical Manuscripts: A Review Essay 105
    Andrew Austin, The Myth of Political Correctness: The Conservative Attack on Higher Education, by John K. Wilson 116
    Christopher Paris, Economics of Racism II: The Roots of Inequality, USA, by Victor Perlo 121

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 125

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 9, Issue no. 1
  • CONTENTS Vol. 9, No. 2 (1996)

    Special Issue on Religion and Free thought Issue editor: Fred Whitehead
    Introduction by editor of special issue 133

    ARTICLES

    Fred Whitehead, The Challenge of Explanation 135
    Norm R. Allen Jr., Religion and the New African American Intellectuals 159
    Howard S. Miller, Kate Austin: A Feminist-Anarchist on the Farmer’s Last Frontier 189
    Shinie Antony, “Begone Godmen”: An Interview with B. Premanand 211
    Finngeir Hiorth, Criticism of Religion in Sweden 219

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Corinna Lotz and Gerry Gold, Matter, God, and the New Physics: A Review Essay on the Popular Books of Cosmologist Paul Davies 227

    Gerald M. Erickson, A History of Pagan Europe, by Prudence Jones and Nigel Pennick 250

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 253

    Please see the whole issue: Volume 9, Issue no. 2
  • CONTENTS Vol. 9, No. 3 (1996)

    ARTICLES

    Pradip Baksi, Karl Marx’s Study of Science and Technology 261
    José Barata-Moura, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of History, and Ontology in Hegel’s Thought 297

    MARXISTS AS TEACHERS

    Grover C. Furr, Corporate Ideology and Literary Criticism: How the New Right Pushes the Ideology of Exploitation in the Field of Literary Studies and What to Do about It 311

    COMMENTARY

    Greg Godels, Marx’s Theory of Labor Exploitation 327

    MARXIST FORUM

    April Ane Knutson and Erwin Marquit, The “Mutation” of the French Communist Party 335
    Jim Sacouman, Communists Seek Unity at Moscow Meetings: Progress and Problems 355
    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 363

    BOOK REVIEWS Christine Mack Gordon, Eight Tragedies of Shakespeare: A Marxist Study, by Victor Kiernan 373
    Victor N. Paananen, Marxist Literary Theory: A Reader, edited by Terry Eagleton and Drew Milne 363

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 381

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 9, No. 4 (1996)

    ARTICLES

    Jana Gohrisch, Mainstream or Margin? Ethnic Minority Literature in Britain 389
    Barbara Bush, History, Memory, Myth? Reconstructing the History (or Histories) of Black Women in the African Diaspora 419
    Neil Charlton, In Defense of the Marxist Theory of Knowledge 447

    MARXIST FORUM

    German Communist Party, Socialism the Historical Alternative to Capitalism 467

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 483

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Frank Hirschbach, German Unification: The Destruction of an Economy, edited by Hanna Behrend 493
    April Ane Knutson, Fiction, Crime, and Empire: Clues to Modernity and Postmodernism, by Jon Thompson 496

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 9 505

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 509

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Volume 10 (1997)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 10, Nos. 1-2 (1997)

    Publisher’s Preface vii
    Editor’s Introduction ix

    Part I. The Impact of Herbert Aptheker’s Historical Writings
    Mark Solomon, Herbert Aptheker’s Contributions to African American History 3
    Julie Kailin, Toward Nonracist Historiography: The Early Writings of Herbert Aptheker 19
    Sterling Stuckey, From the Bottom Up: Herbert Aptheker’s American Negro Slave Revolts and A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States 39
    Eric Foner, Jesse Lemisch, and Manning Marable, The Historical Scholarship of Herbert Aptheker 69 Benjamin P. Bowser, The Sociology of Herbert Aptheker 83
    Lloyd L. Brown, Aptheker and Myrdal’s Dilemma 111

    Part II. The Career and Personal Influence of Herbert Aptheker
    Staughton Lynd, The Bulldog Whitewashed: A Critique of the Investigation of Herbert Aptheker’s Nonappointment at Yale University 119
    Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Texts, Contexts, and Subtexts: Herbert Aptheker and the Human Spirit 155
    Catherine Clinton, Remembering Herbert Aptheker 179
    Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, A Black History Journey: Encountering Aptheker along the Way 189

    Part III. History in the Radical Tradition of Herbert Aptheker
    Gary Y. Okihiro, Colonialism and Migrant Labor: A Comparative Study of Puerto Rico and the Philippines 203
    Barbara Bush, Through the Traveler’s Eye: Anglo-Saxon Representation of Afro-Cuban Identity from 1850 to 1950 229
    Otto H. Olsen and Ephraim Schulman, Truman’s Cold War: From FDR to Hiroshima 251
    Gerald Horne, Rethinking the Lumpen: Gangsters and the Political Economy of Capitalism 285
    Herbert Shapiro, “Political Correctness” and the U.S. Historical Profession 309

    Bibliography: Works of Herbert Aptheker 341

    Contributors 351

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 10, No. 3 (1997)

    ARTICLES

    José Brendan Macdonald, Reflections on Mammonism 359 Ernest D. Green, Racial Images in Dutch Art, 1500–1900 383

    COMMENTARY

    Luis Fernandes, Globalization and an Update on the National Question 401

    MARXIST FORUM 411

    Tetsuzo Fuwa, Letter from Japanese Communist Party to Leaders of Countries Possessing Nuclear Weapons 413 From the Program of the Fourth Congress of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, 20 April 1997, Socialism in the Soviet Union: Lessons and Perspectives 419

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 425

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Howard L. Parsons, Marxism in Its Founders’ Time and Ours: A Review Essay 437

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 455

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 10, No. 4 (1997)

    SPECIAL ISSUE: The Spirit of the Communist Manifesto on the Eve of the 21st Century Papers Presented at the International Conference on the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto, New York, 7–9 August 1998
    Robert Steigerwald, The Socialist Goal of the German Communist Party 463
    Hermann Kopp, Critical Aspects of Current Class Struggles in Germany 479
    Wadi’h Halabi, The Communist Manifesto and the World Economy after World War II 489
    David Eisenhower, Lenin and the Rentier State 503
    Greg Godels, Marx, Engels, and the Idea of Exploitation 509
    Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, Emancipation from the Communist Manifesto 523
    Gisela Blomberg, Immigrants from Turkey in Germany 539
    Gerald Horne, The African American Left at a New Stage 551
    Robert Steigerwald, On Historical Materialism 561

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 10 569

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 579

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Volume 11 (1998)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 11, No. 1 (1998)

    ARTICLES

    Gisela Blomberg, Flora Tristan: A Predecessor of Marx and Engels 5
    Paul Burkett, Marx’s Analysis of Capitalist Environmental Crisis 17
    Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua, C. L. R. James, Blackness, and the the Making of a Neo-Marxist Diasporan Historiography 53

    MARXIST FORUM 91

    Sitaram Yechury, Bringing Socialism to the National Agenda of South Africa: The 10th Congress of the South African Communist Party 93

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 111

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Erwin Marquit, Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States, by Paul C. Mishler 117
    Robert D. Lippert, Seed of the Fire, by Virginia Warner Brodine 120

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 125

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 11, No. 2 (1998)

    ARTICLES

    Malek Khouri, Theorizing Ideology: Contextualizing Marxist Intervention in Film Theory 133
    Patricia P. Brodsky, The Hidden War: Working-Class Resistance during the Third Reich and the Postwar Suppression of Its History 171
    Otto H. Olsen and Ephraim Schulman, John Lewis Gaddis and the Perpetuation of the Cold War 187

    MARXIST FORUM 219

    Duan Zhongqiao, Critique of Market Superiority and Market Neutrality 221

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 241

    BOOK REVIEWS Howard Parsons, Marxist Morality, by William Ash 245
    Greg Godels, Exploitation, by Alan Wertheimer 246

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 253

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 11, No. 4 (1998)

    Papers Presented at the Conference
    “Projecting Marxism into Y2K,” University of
    Nevada, Reno, 15–17 October 1999
    (First of two special issues)


    Introduction: Marxism and the New Millennium 389
    Al L. Sargis, Ideological Tendencies and Reform Policy in China’s “Primary Stage of Socialism” 391
    Erwin Marquit, Popular Democracy in Socialist Society 399
    Scott Marshall, Prospects for Unity in the World Communist Movement 407
    David Michael Smith, Ten Theses on the Future of Socialism 413
    Martin Orr, Emergence of “The Lone Superpower”: Implications for Exploitation, Repression, and Resistance 421
    Evelyn McConeghey, Focusing the Class Struggle on Eliminating Capitalism 437
    Greg Godels, The Birth and Death of Exploitation Theory: Can the Idea of Exploitation Be Saved from John Roemer’s Critique? 447
    Renzo Llorente, Marx’s Critique of the Division of Labor: A Reconstruction and Defense 459
    Beatrice Edwards, Neoliberalism and Educational Reform in Latin America 471
    John Streamas, Karl Yoneda and Japanese American Resistance 489

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 11 501

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 507

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Volume 12 (1999)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 12, No. 1 (1999)

    Papers Presented at the Conference
    “Projecting Marxism into Y2K”
    University of Nevada, Reno
    15–17 October 1999


    (Second of two special issues)

    Introduction to Second Special Conference Issue 5
    Paul Burkett, Was Marx a Promethean? 7
    Donald Judd, Marxism and Sustainable Development: The Ecological Limits of Capitalism 43
    Robert Fulkerson, Grassroots Organizing, Coalition Building, and Electoral Politics: Building a Movement for Progressive Social Change in Nevada 53
    Virginia Brodine, The Need for a Working-Class Environmentalism 63
    Jonathan Isler, Organizing a Nonstatic Workforce 71
    Edwin A. Roberts, Public Marxist Intellectuals: Barrows Dunham, Howard Selsam, and Harry K. Wells 81
    Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Writing a Marxist Memoir: Red Diaper Baby? 103
    April Ane Knutson, Reflections of U.S. Imperialism in Haitian Literature 115

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 125

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 12, No. 2 (1999)

    Projecting Marxism Into Y2K 132
    Walt Contreras Sheasby, A Trek with Marx through the U.S. Factory, 1880-2000 133
    Arnold Becchetti, Coalition Building in the Bay Area 171

    ARTICLES Edwin A. Roberts, Marxism and Secular Humanism: An Excavation and Reappraisal 177

    COMMENTARY Michael Parenti, Another View of Chomsky 203

    MARXIST FORUM 208

    Shingo Shibata, An Appeal for Protest against Biohazard in Tokyo and “Science without Conscience” 209

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 227

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Günter Judick, Redbook: Stalin and the Jews: The Tragic History of the Jewish Antifascist Committee and the Soviet Jews, by Arno Lustiger 233
    Robert Steigerwald, The Black Book of Communism, edited by Stéphane Courtois et al. 241
    Sara Fletcher Luther, Rich Media, Poor Democracy: Communication Politics in Dubious Times, by Robert W. McChesney 251

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 254

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 12, No. 2 (1999)

    József Szigeti, The Principle of the Identity of Identity and Not-Identity 261
    The discovery of the new principle: A world-historic act 261
    Dialectical, formal, and formalized logic. Mathematical logic as a partial field of abstract algebra 264
    The comparative analysis of the autodynamism of dialectical negation and joint denial 269
    The synthesis of heterogeneous components in the formation of mathematical concepts 274
    Symbol and conceptual content. Their relation to functional and substantial rationality 279
    The inclusive disjunction “or” as synthesis of the dialectical poles of exclusive “or” and conjunctive “and” 282
    One or two bases of reduction to one “primitive”? 287
    Dialectics and mathematics 291
    Antidialecticism 292
    Hegel’s criticism of abstract identity and the scientific value and utility of the concrete dialectical identity principle 293
    The intelligibility and unintelligibility of fundamental logical principles 303
    Dialectic unity of contradictory and contrary oppositions 308
    The undeniability of the negation of negation and the dialectical crabwise movement 311
    Boolean algebra, polyvalent logic, and dialectics 313
    Dialectical transitions in the formalized sphere 317
    The problem of the limits of extension 322
    The modus ponens and recursive inference 325
    The crisis of the extensional determinant and the identity process representing degrees of determination 330
    Analysis and synthesis of the categorical degree of specificity 335
    Hegelian mathematicians and idealistic dialectics: A historical interlude 338
    “Negative identity of difference” (E. Huhn) and the substantial middle term of inference 343
    Difference between modes and figures of the Aristotelian and Hegelian syllogistic 347
    The concept “centrality” of the Aristotelian syllogism and the judgment “centrality” of his epigones 352
    Modality index or dialectical modality developing itself in the changing relations of the terms of inference 358
    The inference “centrality” of Hegel’s logic and the “master syllogism” 363
    Identity-process and contradiction-progress 370

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 377

    ABSTRACT OF ARTICLE (in English and French) 384

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 12, No. 4 (1999)

    ARTICLES

    Teresa L. Ebert, Globalization, Internationalism, and the Class Politics of Cynical Reason 389
    Herbert Shapiro, Racism in Prerevolutionary Cuba and Antiracism in the Cuban Celebration of May Day 411

    MARXIST FORUM 435

    Fu Qingyuan, Marx’s Theory of Historical Transcendence and the Creative Practice of Socialism in China 437
    Yu Wenlie, China’s Socialist Market Economy 447
    Makoto Itoh, Forms and Functions of Enterprises in Socialist Economies 457
    Bertell Ollman, The Question Is Not “When Will Capitalism Die?” but “When Did It Die, and What Should Our Reaction Be?” 471

    BOOKS AND IDEAS, by Herbert Aptheker 479

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Stephan Lieske, A Weapon in the Struggle: The Cultural History of the Communist Party in Britain, edited by Andy Croft 487
    Greg Godels, The Origin of Capitalism, by Ellen Meiksins Wood 490
    Norman Markowitz, Being Red in Philadelphia: A Memoir of the McCarthy Era, by Sherman Labovitz; Red Diapers: Growing Up in the Communist Left, edited by Judy Kaplan and Linn Shapiro 494
    Erwin Marquit, Market Socialism: The Debate among Socialists, edited by Bertell Ollman 499

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 12 505

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 509

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Volume 13 (2000)

  • CONTENTS: Vol. 13, No. 1: Organizing in the Depression South, by James S. Allen

    Preface vii
    Abbreviations x

    1. The “Negro Question” 1
    2. We Go South 21
    3. Founding the Southern Worker 33
    4. The Beginning of Communist Organization 47
    5. Tallapoosa 65
    6. Scottsboro 79
    7. The Decatur Trial 97
    8. Epilogue 121

    Appendices 129

    A. The Workers (Communist) Party in the South, by William Z. Foster 129
    B. Credo of the Southern Worker: What Do We Stand For? 132
    C. Call for Mass Conference against Lynch Law, issued by the Provisional Organization Committee for the South of the American Negro Labor Congress 135
    D. Farmers of the South, Fight Starvation! Appeal by Communist Party 137
    E. Scottsboro Parents Statement 139
    Index 141

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 13, No. 2 (2000)

    OBITUARIES

    In Memoriam: Dirk Struik (1894–2000) 151
    In Memoriam: Howard L. Parsons (1918–2000) 153

    ARTICLES

    Charles Reavis Price, Political and Radical Aspects of the Rastafarian Movement in Jamaica 155
    Erna Bennett, Time for a Change in Public Education, but What Change? 181

    MARXIST FORUM

    Erwin Marquit, Symposia in China on Socialism and Marxism in the Twenty-First Century 215
    Li Tieying, Opening Remarks to the International Symposium on Marxist Philosophy and the Twenty-First Century 217
    Hu Xinhe and Jin Wulun, Marxist Philosophy and the Development of Science and Technology 225
    Wadi’h Halabi, The Material Basis for Revolutionary Optimism 241
    Minoru Kitamura, Constructing a Paradigm for Sustainable Development 253

    BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker 261

    BOOK REVIEW

    Eric R. Jackson, Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power, by Timothy B. Tyson 267

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 271

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 13, No. 3 (2000)

    ARTICLE

    Robert Steigerwald, Materialism and the Contemporary Natural Sciences 279

    MARXIST FORUM: Additional Papers from Bejing Philosophy Symposium (October 2000) 325
    Gao Qinghai, The Era of Revolution in Human Nature 327
    Sun Zhengyu, Contemporary Chinese Philosophical Methodology and Marxist Philosophy 333
    Domenico Losurdo, Marxism, Globalization, and the Historical Balance of Socialism 339
    Erwin Marquit, Tasks of Materialist Dialectics 359
    Vladimir I. Metlov, Dialectics in Contemporary Philosophy 369

    BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker 385

    BOOK REVIEW

    John Pappademos, Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System That Shapes Their Lives, by Jeff Schmidt 393

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 399

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 13, No. 4 (2000)

    ARTICLES

    Jürgen Rojahn, Publishing Marx and Engels after 1989: The Fate of the MEGA 407
    Ernest D. Green, Léopold Sédar Senghor and the Dialectics of Negritude 423
    Brigitte Schnabel, The “Older Woman” in Shakespeare’s Plays 445

    MARXIST FORUM 455

    Domenico Losurdo, Flight from History? The Communist Movement between Self-Criticism and Self-Contempt 457

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Robert Lanning, Cultures of Opposition: Jewish Immigrant Workers, New York City, 1881–1905, by Hadassa Kosak 515
    Edward C. Pintzuk, Assault on the Left: The FBI and the Sixties Antiwar Movement, by John Kirkpatrick Davis 519

    INDEX OF ARTICLES IN VOLUME 13 523

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 527

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Volume 14 (2001)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 14, No. 4 (2001)

    Preface vii

    PART I. JAMES CONNOLLY AND SOCIALIST REPUBLICANISM, 1896–1903

    1. Connolly and the Founding of the Irish Socialist Republican Party 3
    2. The Political Writings of James Connolly, 1896–1903 11
    3. The Role of the ISRP in Radical Politics in Ireland, 1896–1903 27

    PART II. CONNOLLY IN THE UNITED STATES, 1903–1910

    4. The Situation in the United States 57
    5. Connolly as Organizer of the IWW and Its Propaganda Leagues 63
    6. Industrial Unionism and Socialist Activity 65
    7. Connolly’s Labour in Irish History 73

    PART III. RADICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN IRELAND, 1910–1913

    8. The Situation in Ireland on Connolly’s Return 89
    9. Belfast and Its Problems 109
    10. Connolly and Religion 127
    11. The Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union and the Dublin Strike and Lockout in 1913 135
    12. The “Woman Question” in Ireland 155

    PART IV. ESCALATION OF RADICAL ACTIVITY

    LEADING TO THE EASTER RISING, 1913–1916

    13. Preparing for Revolution 161
    14. A Socialist and War 177
    15. The Easter Rising: A Critical Assessment 187
    16. Pearse and Connolly: Unity toward an Irish Republic 203
    17. Connolly’s Mature Concept of an Irish Socialist Republic 215

    Epilogue 223

    Bibliography 227

    Index 239

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 14, No. 3 (2001)

    ARTICLES

    Jürgen Rojahn, A MEGA Update 249
    Pradip Baksi, MEGA IV/3: Marx’s Notes, 1844–1847 253
    Morris Zeitlin, Globalization: Part 1 Its Advocates 269
    Victor G. Devinatz, The Antipolitics and Politics of a New Left Union Caucus: The Workers’ Voice Committee of UAW Local 6, 1970–1975 285

    MARXIST FORUM 323

    Tom Meisenhelder, The Contemporary Significance of Karl Korsch’s Marxism 325
    Robert Steigerwald, The Radical Voluntarism of Karl Korsch 337

    BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker 346

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Stephan Lieske, British Marxist Criticism, edited by Victor N. Paananen 354 Edward D’Angelo, The Consolation of Ontology, by Egon Bondy 358 Eric R. Jackson, Black Workers Remember, by Michael K. Honey; The Bridge over the Racial Divide, by William Julius Wilson 360 Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, Affirming Action: A Comment on the Work of William Julius Wilson 365

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 369

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 14, No. 4 (2001)

    ARTICLES

    Pradip Baksi, MEGA IV/31: Natural-Science Notes of Marx and Engels, 1877–1883 377
    Paulus Gerdes, Origins of Geometrical Thought in Human Labor 391
    Patricia Pollock Brodsky, The Power of Naming in the Postunification Attack on the German Left 419
    Charles Reitz, The Call to Concrete Thinking: Rediscovery of Ernest Manheim 433
    Morris Zeitlin, Globalization: Part 2—Its Radical and Marxist Critics 455

    BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker 489

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 14 497

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 499

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Volume 15 (2002)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 15, No. 1 (2002)

    ARTICLES

    Erwin Marquit, The Demobilization Movement of January 1946 5
    Thandeka K. Chapman, Garveyism and Multicultural Education: Notions of Hybridity and Nonsynchrony in the 1920s Movement 41
    Rachel Peterson, Richard Wright’s “Red Ladder”: Marxism, Race, and Anticolonialism 71
    Pradip Baksi, A Short Note on MEGA IV/32:
    Catalog of the Partially Reconstructed Personal Libraries of Marx and Engels 105

    BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker 111

    BOOK REVIEWS

    George Fishman, The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist’s Journey, 1898–1939, by Paul Robeson Jr. 115
    Victor N. Paananen, Progressive Heritage: The Evolution of a Politically Radical Literary Tradition in Canada, by James Doyle 120

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (In English and French) 126

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 15, No. 2 (2002)

    ARTICLES

    Robert Lanning, Lukács’s Concept of Imputed Consciousness in Realist Literature 133
    Edwin A. Roberts, British Intellectuals and the Communist Ideal 157

    COMMENTARY

    Irving Adler, Refining the Concepts of Motion and Rest 183

    NST CONFERENCE AND STUDY TOUR IN VIETNAM: “THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AND THE NATIONAL STATE” 185

    Erwin Marquit, The NST Study Tour in Vietnam 187
    Le Huu Nghia, Opening address, International Conference: “The Global Economy and the National State” 209
    Leo Mayer, Possibilities for Trade-Union Resistance to Corporate Globalization 215
    Nguyen Dang Thanh, Effect of Economic Globalization on Developing Countries 221
    Wadi’h Halabi, An Assessment of the Global Economy 233
    Chu Van Cap, Marx and Engels on Economic Globalization 241

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Edward D’Angelo, Reflexiónes y Metareflexiónes Políticos, by Thalía Fung Riverón 247
    Anne E. Lacsamana, Che Guevera, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution, by Peter McLaren 250

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (In English and French) 255

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 15, No. 3 (2002)

    ARTICLES

    William T. Whitney Jr., Becoming a Physician: Class Counts 261
    Eftichios I. Bitsakis, Complementarity: Dialectics or Formal Logic? 275

    CONFERENCE PAPERS, “THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AND THE NATIONAL STATE,” HANOI, 9–10 JANUARY 2003 307

    Alexandros Dagkas, The Balkanization of the Balkans 309
    Do The Tung, Contradictions of Economic Globalization 317
    Anthony Coughlan, Nation, State Sovereignty, and the European Union: Some Democratic Principles 321
    Tran Van Binh, Social and Cultural Changes in Vietnam with the New Market Economy 335
    Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, Gender, Unfree Labor, and Globalization 347

    BOOKS AND REVIEWS

    The Nazi Attack on the USSR: Interviews with Stalin’s Associates (Excerpts from By Stalin’s Side, by Georgii A. Kumanev) 359
    Harald Neubert, Stalin and the Cominform. Review of The Cominform and Stalin’s New Order in Europe, by Grant M. Adibekov 370

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 382

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 15, No. 4 (2002)

    ABOUT THIS ISSUE 389

    R. Scott Frey, The Maquiladora Centers of Northern Mexico: Transfer of the Core’s Hazardous Production Processes to the Periphery 391
    Nguyen Ngoc Long, Globalization in the Transition from Capitalism to Socialism 433
    David S. Pena, The Dialectical Significance of Globalization 443
    Tran Ngoc Linh, The Current Role of the Nation-State 451
    Michael Parenti, Global Intervention: The Case of Iraq 459
    Tran Xuan Sam, New Characteristics of Knowledge-Based Economies 469
    Mark Solomon, Hegemonists, Globalizers, and Nationalists 483
    Vu Van Phuc, Impact of Regionalization on Developing Countries 491

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 15 503

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 507

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Volume 16 (2003)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 16, No. 1 (2003)

    ARTICLES

    Joel Wendland, “Mutual Dependence” and Subversive Work: Exploring Dialectics of Race, Gender, and Labor in the Antebellum United States 5
    Domenico Losurdo, History of the Communist Movement: Failure, Betrayal, or Learning Process? 33
    Herman and Julia Schwendinger, Big Brother Is Looking at You, Kid: InfoTech and Weapons of Mass Repression. Part 1 59

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Andrew Austin, The Soviet Union: “State Capitalist” or “Siege Socialist”?—A Review Essay 107

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 126

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 16, No. 2 (2003)

    ARTICLES

    Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski, Klaus Fuchs and the Humanist Task of Science 133
    Herman and Julia Schwendinger, Big Brother Is Looking at You, Kid: InfoTech and Weapons of Mass Repression. Part 2 171
    E. San Juan Jr., Spinoza, Marx, and the Terror of Racism 193

    MARXIST FORUM 231

    Revised Program of the Japanese Communist Party 233

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 254

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 16, No. 3 (2003)

    ARTICLES

    Renzo Llorente, Maurice Cornforth’s Contribution to Marxist Metaethics 261
    Danny Goldstick, Applying Dialectical Materialism 277
    Christian Fuchs, The Self-Organization of Matter 281
    Erwin Marquit, Engels on Motion: A Comment 315

    MARXIST FORUM 319

    Tetsuzo Fuwa, Report on Revision of Program of the Japanese Communist Party 320

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ralph Dumain, Reactionary Philosophy and Ambiguous Aesthetics in the Revolutionary Politics of Herbert Marcuse—A Review Essay 361
    Stephan Lieske, James Hanley: Modernism and the Working Class, by John Fordham 370
    Eric R. Jackson, Walkin’ the Talk: An Anthology of African American Studies, edited by Vernon D. Johnson and Bill Lyne 377

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 381

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 16, No. 4 (2003)

    ARTICLES

    Gene Grabiner and James Lawler, Contemporary Significance of an Article by Mitchell Franklin on Two Earlier Wars on Terror 389
    Mitchell Franklin, Concerning the Influence of Roman Law on the Formulation of the Constitution of the United States 405
    Kim Malcheski, The U.S. Embargo against Cuba: A Violation of International Law 439
    Len Yannielli, Of Slime Molds and Marxist Ideology: Expansive versus Constrictive Thinking 455

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ziarhei Zhmurouskii, Theorizing Anticapitalism—A Review Essay 462
    Erwin Marquit, The Need for a Balanced Reappraisal of the USSR—A Review Essay 473

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 16 507

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 510

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Volume 17 (2004)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 17, No. 1 (2004)

    ARTICLES

    Domenico Losurdo, What Is Fundamentalism? 5
    Christos D. Georgiou, Analogies between Aristotle’s Ontology and Biological Ideologies of Human Nature 47
    Uri Zilbersheid, Welfare State and Democracy in Marx’s Theory of Revolution 67

    COMMENTARIES

    Greg Godels, Revolution without Pain: A Critique of Uri Zilbersheid’s “Welfare State and Democracy in Marx’s Theory of Revolution” 101
    Uri Zilbersheid, Reply to Godels 108
    Danny Goldstick, On Marxist Ethics 111
    Edwin A. Roberts, On Reappraising Maurice Cornforth 119

    ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French) 124

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 17, No. 2 (2004)

    Turning Culture Right-Side Up Again Special issue edited by THE RED COLLECTIVE Teresa L. Ebert and Mas’ud Zavarzadeh, ABC of Class 133
    Kimberly DeFazio, IKEA and Democracy as Furniture 143
    Jennifer Cotter, Veil vs. Prada: The Empire’s New Morality 153
    Julie Torrant, Is Family Finished? 169
    The Red Collective, America’s Endless Wars 175
    Stephen Tumino, Stylizing Global Protest: Latin America and the Media 181
    Robert Faivre, Alcohol Is Sublime 203
    Amrohini Sahay, Just-in-Time Working and the AvantGarde Cinema 223
    Rob Wilkie, Soft Labor, Hard Work 229
    The Red Collective, Oil and War 251

    ABSTRACT (in English and French) 256

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 17, No. 3 (2004)

    ARTICLES

    Herbert Hörz, Quantum Physics and the Shaping of Life: Commentary on Klaus Fuchs’s Critique of Mechanistic Determinism 261
    Omar Swartz, Normative Morality and the U.S. Constitution 285
    Steven E. Fleischman, Israel, Neocolonialism, and U.S. Hegemony 309

    COMMENTARIES

    David S. Pena, Judging the Importance of Religious Teachings: A Reply to Goldstick 337
    Roger Keeran and Thomas Kenny, A Rejoinder to Erwin Marquit’s Critique of Socialism Betrayed 343
    Erwin Marquit, Response to Keeran and Kenny’s Rejoinder 355

    MARXIST FORUM 363

    International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties, Athens, 8–10 October 2004 365
    Presentation by the German Communist Party (DKP) 373

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Kristian Williams, Law and Philosophy Subversive of Democracy, by James W. Syfers 377

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 382

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 17, No. 4 (2004)

    ARTICLES

    David Schweickart, Successor-System Theory as an Orienting Device: Trying to Understand China 389
    Jeffrey Surovell, Russia after the Fall of the Soviet Union: A Case of Capitalist Dependency 413

    MARXIST FORUM 449

    Presentation by the Iraqi Communist Party at the International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties, Athens, 8–10 October 2004 451
    Li Shenming, Socialism over a Century: Retrospect and Prospect 459
    Vladimiro Giacché, War against the Truth 481
    Visit of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Cuba, 12–13 December 2004 497

    BOOK REVIEWS

    April A. Knutson, Women Writing Resistance: Essays on Latin America and the Caribbean, edited by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez 501

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 17 506

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 509

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Volume 18 (2005)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 18, No. 1 (2005)

    Publisher's Forwards vii
    Author's Preface x

    PART I: OVERALL PHILOSOPHIC PRINCIPLES

    1. The Nature of Reality: Dialectical Materialism 3
    2. The Nature of Thought: Logic and Dialectics 41

    PART II: PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

    3. The Nature of Society: Historical Materialism 81
    4. The Nature of Progress: Revolution, Politics, and the Future of Society 121
    5. The Nature of Values: Ethics and Esthetics 161

    Notes 193

    Index 196

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 18, No. 2 (2005)

    ARTICLES

    Victor G. Devinatz, An Analysis of Strikes Led by the Trade Union Unity League after Passage of the National Industrial Recovery Act, 1933–1934 205
    Brian Miller, Praxis and Postmodernism: Nine Theses on History 219
    Mauricio Schoijet, The Metatheory of Scientific Revolutions and the History of Biology 233

    MARXIST FORUM 241

    Rafael Hernández, Francisco Brown, Ariel Dacal, Julio A. Díaz Vázquez, and Fernando Rojas, Cuban Discussion of Why Eastern European Socialism Fell 243
    Erwin Marquit, A Comment on the Cuban Discussion 275
    Georg Polikeit, The EU Constitution: Transforming the European Union into a Great World Power 279
    Nguyen Ngoc Dzung, Changes in Capitalism since the Communist Manifesto 297

    BOOK REVIEWS

    John Case, The Soviet Century, by Moshe Lewin 303
    Gerald M. Erickson, The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People’s History of Ancient Rome, by Michael Parenti 311

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 326

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 18, No. 3 (2005)

    ARTICLES

    E. San Juan Jr., From Race to Class Struggle: Marxism and Critical Race Theory 333
    Annette Schlemm, New Sciences and Our Future 357
    Jerry Harris, Globalization and Class Struggle in Germany 383

    MARXIST FORUM 413

    Blade Nzimande, Building a Vanguard Party of Power, Influence, and Activism: Eighty-Four Years of the South African Communist Party 415
    Aims and Guiding Principles of the South African Communist Party (From the Constitution) 425

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Leonard Goldstein, A Marxist Critique of the Sociology of Religion: A Review Essay 429

    ABSTRACTS (in Enolutions and the History of Biology 233

    MARXIST FORUM 241

    Rafael Hernández, Francisco Brown, Ariel Dacal, Julio A. Díaz Vázquez, and Fernando Rojas, Cuban Discussion of Why Eastern European Socialism Fell 243
    Erwin Marquit, A Comment on the Cuban Discussion 275
    Georg Polikeit, The EU Constitution: Transforming the European Union into a Great World Power 279
    Nguyen Ngoc Dzung, Changes in Capitalism since the Communist Manifesto 297

    BOOK REVIEWS

    John Case, The Soviet Century, by Moshe Lewin 303
    Gerald M. Erickson, The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People’s History of Ancient Rome, by Michael Parenti 311

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 326

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 18, No. 3 (2005)

    ARTICLES

    E. San Juan Jr., From Race to Class Struggle: Marxism and Critical Race Theory 333
    Annette Schlemm, New Sciences and Our Future 357
    Jerry Harris, Globalization and Class Struggle in Germany 383

    MARXIST FORUM 413

    Blade Nzimande, Building a Vanguard Party of Power, Influence, and Activism: Eighty-Four Years of the South African Communist Party 415
    Aims and Guiding Principles of the South African Communist Party (From the Constitution) 425

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Leonard Goldstein, A Marxist Critique of the Sociology of Religion: A Review Essay 429

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 454

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 18, No. 4 (2005)

    ARTICLES

    Ishay Landa, Aroma and Shadow: Marx vs. Nietzsche on Religion 461

    MARXIST FORUM 501

    Bahman Azad, The Scientific Basis of the Concept of the Vanguard Party of the Proletariat 503
    Berch Berberoglu, The Class Nature of the State and Revolution in Classical Marxist Theory 535
    Erwin Marquit, Dictatorship of the Proletariat and Vanguard Party in Historical Context 549
    Forum and Manifesto of the World Political Economics Society, Shanghai 559

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Robert Lanning, Marxist Ethics: A Short Exposition, by Willis H. Truitt 563
    Michael Washington, Reflections of African-American Peace Leaders: A Documentary History, 1898–1967, edited by Marvin J. Berlowitz, Eric R. Jackson, and Nathan A. Long 572

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 18 579

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 582

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Volume 19 (2006)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 19, No. 1 (2006)

    ARTICLES

    Erich Hahn, Lukács on Socialist Democracy 5 Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada, Opening Speech at the International Conference, “The Work of Karl Marx and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century” 17

    MARXIST FORUM 29

    Prabir Purkayastha, Lebanon and Gaza: The Myth of Israel’s Self-Defence 30
    Iraqi Communist Party Assessment of the War: Interview with Salam Ali 38

    NST CONFERENCE/STUDY TOUR IN VIETNAM, JANUARY 2006 43

    Ralph Barrett and Diane Meaghan, Globalization, Education, Work, and the Ideology of the “SelfEvident Natural Laws” of Capitalist Production 45
    Luu Dat Thuyet, Vietnam’s Integration into the International Economy in the New Situation of Economic Cooperation in East Asia 54
    Clare L. Boulanger, Revisiting Class in Yet Another Area of Globalization: A Dayak Example 60
    Hoang Ngoc Hoa, Environmental Protection: A Focus on Sustainable Development 67
    Anthony Coughlan, The European Union in Crisis 74
    Tran Hiep, The Role of Real Socialism in International Relations in the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Centuries 80
    Alexandros Dagkas, Ideological Inclinations and Cultural Changes in a Globalized Europe: Effects on Greece 89
    Pham Duy Duc, Cultural Diversity under Conditions of Globalization 97

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ralph Dumain, A Defence of History and Class Consciousness: Tailism and the Dialectic, by Georg Lukács 109
    Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, The Life of Ho Chi Minh: A Review Essay 115

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 127

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 19, No. 2 (2006)

    ARTICLES

    Werner Ebeling, Value in Physics and Self-Organization in Relation to Marx’s Theory of Value 133

    MARXIST FORUM 145

    International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties, Lisbon, 10–12 November 2006: Press Release 146
    Presentation by the Communist Party of Bolivia to the International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties 153
    Remarks on the Brazilian Elections by the Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB) 160
    John Foster, Iraqi Communist Party View of Challenges Facing Iraq after the Baker-Hamilton Report: Interview with Iraqi Communist Party Central Committee Member Salam Ali 161
    Kerryn Williams, Sudanese Communists Discuss Prospects for Peace 166

    MORE PAPERS FROM THE NST CONFERENCE/STUDY TOUR IN VIETNAM, JANUARY 2006 172

    R. Scott Frey, The International Traffic in Asbestos 173
    Nguyen Van Manh, Interaction between Economic Globalization and Political-Judicial Institutions 181
    Kathleen Densmore, The Myth of Free-Market Education 194
    Nguyen Quoc Pham, Marxism and Socialist Orientation in Vietnam 201
    Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, Coffee’s Dark and Bloody Ground 207
    Nguyen Duc Lu, Religion and Culture in the Transformations of the Modern World Economy 217
    Eddie Girdner, Neoliberalism and Class Formation on a Global Scale 225
    Armen Baghdoyan, The Necessity of Democratic Socialism 232

    BOOK REVIEWS

    David Pena, Lenin, Hegel, and Western Marxism: A Critical Study, by Kevin Anderson 237
    Eric R. Jackson and Marvin J. Berlowitz, The Deacons for Defense: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights Movement, by Lance Hill 244
    Renzo Llorente, Why Read Marx Today? by Jonathan Wolff 246

    CALL FOR PAPERS

    Second Forum of the World Association for Political Economy (WAPE), University of Shimane, Japan, 27–28 October 2007 254

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 256

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 19, No. 3 (2006)

    ARTICLES

    Victor G. Devinatz, The Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: The Theory and Practice of Building a Red Industrial Union during Third Period Communism, 1928–1934 261
    Yannis Plangesis, The Enlightenment, Philosophy of Nature, and History: The Case of Joseph Priestley (1733–1804) 295

    NST CONFERENCE/STUDY TOURS: 2006, 2007, and 2008 329

    Jeffery M. Paige, Revolution in Vietnam, Cuba, and Nicaragua: Cultural Contradictions of Peripheral Capitalism in the Age of Globalization 331
    Pham Hong Chuong, Toward Fair, Equal, and Democratic Policies in International Relations 337
    Karin Aguilar-San Juan, Marketplace Multiculturalism: Packaging and Selling Vietnamese America 343
    Kenneth M. Weare, Globalization and Free Trade: Undermining Human Dignity 351
    David S. Pena, Globalization and Socialism: The Dialectics of the Changing World Economy 357

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Ishay Landa, Nietzsche and African American Thought: A Review Essay 366

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 383

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 19, No. 4 (2006)

    ARTICLES


    Erwin Marquit, Political and Economic Consequences of the Attempted Socialization of Agriculture in the Soviet Union 389
    Lauren Raheja, Anxieties of Empire in Doyle’s Tales of Sherlock Holmes 417
    Stratos Georgoulas, The Boy Scouts Association of Greece and Ecological Action as a Conservative Practice 427
    Henri Houben, A Marxist Analysis of Present-Day Globalization 447
    Hiroshi Ohnishi, A New Marxist Neoclassical Modeling of Capitalism 473

    MARXIST FORUM 484

    Memorandum on the Nandigram Situation 486
    Chomsky and Other Intellectuals on Nandigram 491
    Prabhat Patnaik, Three Decades of Left Front Rule in Bengal 492

    BOOK REVIEW

    Michael Pozo, “Working through the Contradictions: From Cultural Theory to Critical Practice,” by E. San Juan Jr. 499

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 19 505

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 510

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Volume 20 (2007)

  • CONTENTS Vol. 20, No. 1 (2007)

    ARTICLES

    Philip Bounds, Unlikely Bedfellows: Orwell and the British Cultural Marxists 5

    CONFERENCES

    The Socialist Market Economy and Other Theoretical Issues —NST Symposium and China Study Tour June 2007 31
    Wu Enyuan, Opening Address: The Socialist Market Economy 33
    Patrick Loy, Charting a Course to a New Global Economy 38 Cheng Enfu, Fundamental Characteristics of the Socialist Market Economy 44
    Alexandros Dagkas, The Labor Movement and Higher Education: Developments in China and Greece in the Context of Globalization 52
    Yang Jinhai, The Future of China’s Socialist Market Economy 61
    Thomas Kenny, Lessons for the “Socialist Market Economy” of People’s China from the Soviet “New Economic Policy” 80

    COMMENTARY

    David S. Pena, Marx and Engels on Religion: A Reply to Ishay Landa 91
    Ishay Landa, On Marxism, Religion, Straws, and Beams: A Response to David S. Pena’s Reply 112

    BOOK REVIEWS
    John Case, Divided We Fall: The Story of the Paperworkers’ Union and the Future of Labor, by Peter Kellman 122
    Gerald Horne, Rites of August First: Emancipation Day in the Black Atlantic World, by J. R. Kerr-Ritchie 124
    Joyce Mao, Strange Liberators: Militarism, Mayem, and the Pursuit of Profit, by Gregory Elich 126
    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 128


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  • CONTENTS Vol. 20, No. 2 (2007)

    ARTICLES

    William Mello, Dockers News: The Struggle for Union Democracy in the Port of New York, 1949–1986 133
    Joel Wendland, Orientalism and the U.S. Empire: A Reading of Royall Tyler’s The Algerine Captive 161

    CONFERENCES

    The Socialist Market Economy and Other Theoretical Issues —NST Symposium, June 2007. Part 2 191
    Eddie Eitches, Federal Unions in the United States as Agents of Social Change: Comparisons with China 193
    Deng Chenming, Basic Concepts of the Harmonious Socialist Society 199
    Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, The New Scramble for Africa 205 Yang Shengming, Market Economy and Polarization in Income Distribution in China 213
    Ishay Landa, The Absent Father: Patriarchy and Social Order in the Films of Zhang Yimou 228
    Erwin Marquit, Domestic and International Class Struggle in a Harmonious Socialist-Oriented Market Economy 235

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Eric R. Jackson, Black Power in the Belly of the Beast, edited by Judson L. Jeffrie 241
    Beatrice Lumpkin, On the Global Waterfront: The Fight to Free the Charleston 5, by Suzan Erem and E. Paul Durrenberger 243
    Sharon Vance, Contrary Notions: The Michael Parenti Reader, by Michael Parenti 248
    Ana L. Mallén, Bush vs. Chávez: Washington’s War on Venezuela, by Eva Golinger 250

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 255

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  • CONTENTS Vol. 20, Nos. 3-4 (2007)

    ARTICLES

    Victor G. Devinatz, “We Had a Utopia in the Union”: James Wright, the Farm Equipment Workers Union, and the Struggle for Civil Rights Unionism in Postwar Louisville, 1946–1952 261
    Ethel Tobach, Identity of Comparative Psychology: Its Status and Advances in Evolutionary Theory and Genetics 279
    Sinan Koont, Urban Agriculture in Cuba: Of, by, and for the Barrio 311
    Yan Ma, Virtual Value of Natural Resources: A Marxist Explanation 327

    CONFERENCES

    The Socialist Market Economy and Other Theoretical Issues—NST Symposium, June 2007. Part 3 337
    Armen Baghdoyan, Antagonism of Capitalist and Socialist Market Economies 338
    Wang Zhongbao, Public Nature of Enterprises, Their Efficiency, and Economic Development 344
    Phyllis Bailey, A Modern History of Sino-Canadian Relations 348
    Zuang Junju, China’s Socialist Market Economy and Its Difference from Neoliberalism 355
    Anthony Coughlan, The European Union Crisis Continues 363
    Huang Xiaowu, China’s New Rural Cooperative Medical Service System 369
    Kathleen Densmore, The Formation of Socialist Consciousness 373
    Peter Fleissner, The Marxian Transformation Problem Revisited 383
    Richard Fletcher, Can a Socialist Enterprise Survive in a Market Economy? 388
    Eddie J. Girdner, From Sea to Shining Sea: The Degradation of Social Welfare under Neoliberalism in the United States 395
    Hermann Kopp, On G7/G8 Global Governance 401
    Christine Jacqulyn McMahon, Mobilizing Sustainable Industries 407
    Roger Marheine, Socialism before “Market Socialism”: Pedagogical and Political Considerations in Teaching David Hare’s Fanshen 413
    John H. Moore, Free Goods and Primitive Communism: An Anthropological Perspective 418
    David S. Pena, The Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Socialist Market Economy 425
    Arthur B. Shostak, Chinese Labor Unions and CyberUnionism 431
    Renildo Souza, Classical Marxism, Socialism, and the Market 438

    WORLD ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICAL ECONOMY Statement on Marxism and Sustainable Development Adopted at the Third Forum of the World Association for Political Economy, Langfang, China, 24–25 May 2008 444

    AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1 (1987)–20 (2007) 449

    ABSTRACTS (in English and French) 510

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Nature, Society, and Thought ceased publication with vol. 20.

Selected Articles from Nature, Society, and Thought

Victor Devinatz, "The Antipolitics and Politics of a New Left Union Caucus: The Workers' Voice Committee of the UAW Local 6, 1970–1975," vol. 14, no. 3 (2001) 285–321
Paulus Gerdes, "Origins of Geometrical Thought in Human Labor," vol. 14, no. 4 (2001) 391–418
Robert Steigerwald, "Materialism and the Contemporary Natural Sciences," vol. 13, no. 3 (2000), 279–323
Domenico Losurdo, "What is Fundamentalism?" vol. 17, no. 1 (2004), 5–46
Chu Van Cap, "Marx and Engels on Economic Globalization," vol. 15, no. 2 (2002), 221–32
Erwin Marquit, "Economic and Political Consequences of the Premature Attempted Socialization of Agriculture in the Soviet Union," vol. 19, no. 4 (2006), 389–416