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Index

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Articles, Communications, Review Articles

Alphabetized by Author

Volume 51 through Volume 81

1987S2017
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Abrahamian, Ervand. The 1963 Coup in Iran. (A)65:2(2001), 182S215

Adi, Hakim. The Communist Movement in West Africa. (C)61:1(1997), 94S99

Adi, Hakim. Forgotten Comrade? Desmond Buckle: An African Communist in Britain.


(A)70:1(2006), 22S45

Adler, Irving. Some Philosophical Implications of Modern Mathematics. (A)51:2(1987),


154S169

Adler, Irving. Equity, Law and Bartleby. (C)51:4(1987S88), 468S474

Adler, Irving. Mathematics and Philosophy: A Comment. (C)61:2(1997), 255S256

Ado, Anatoly. The Role of the French Revolution in the Transition from Feudalism to
Capitalism. (C)54:3(1990), 361S366

Agnoletto, Stefano. Periodic Crises in Capitalism: Pathological or Restorative?


(A)77:4(2013), 459S485

Alam, M. Shahid. Articulating Group Differences: A Variety of Autocentrisms.


(C)67:2(2003), 205S217

Albert, Michael, and Robin Hahnel. Participatory Planning. (A)56:1(1992), 39S59

Albert, Michael, and Robin Hahnel. In Defense of Participatory Economics.


(A)66:1(2002), 7S21

Albert, Michael, and Robin Hahnel. Reply [to Comments by Kotz and O’Neill].
(C)66:1(2002), 26S28

Albert, Michael, and Robin Hahnel. Comment [on Kotz]. (C)66:1(2002), 111S113

Albert, Michael, and Robin Hahnel. Comment [on O’Neill]. (C)66:1(2002), 154S156

Alcoff, José, and Linda Martín Alcoff. Autonomism in Theory and Practice.
(A)79:2(2015), 221S242

Alcoff, Linda Martín, and José Alcoff. Autonomism in Theory and Practice.
(A)79:2(2015), 221S242

Alcorn, John. Argument and Allocation: The Contention of Ajax and Ulysses for the
Armor of Achilles. (A)58:2(1994), 163S174
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Arruzza, Cinzia. Functionalist, Determinist, Reductionist: Social Reproduction Feminism


and Its Critics. (A)80:1(2016), 9S30

Au, Wayne. Vygotsky and Lenin on Learning: The Parallel Structures of Individual and
Social Development. (A)71:3(2007), 273S298

Amin, Samir. Colonialism and the Rise of Capitalism: A Comment. (C)54:1(1990), 67S72

Anderson, Kevin. Lenin’s Encounter with Hegel After Eighty Years: A Critical
Assessment. (A)59:3(1995), 298S319

Anderson, Kevin B. A Recently Discovered Article by Erich Fromm on Trotsky and the
Russian Revolution. (C)66:2(2002), 266S271

Anderson, W. H. Locke, and Frank W. Thompson. Neoclassical Marxism.


(A)52:2(1988), 215S228

Andreyev, A., M. Jovchuk and M. Maslin. Soviet Philosophy Today: Perspectives and
New Directions. (C)51:3(1987), 339S346

Angotti, Thomas. The Stalin Period: Opening Up History. (A)52:1(1988), 5S34

Angotti, Thomas. The Housing Question: Progressive Agenda and Socialist Program.
(RA)54:1(1990), 86S97

Antentas, Josep Maria. Daniel Bensaïd’s Joan of Arc. (A)79:1(2015), 63S89

Aptheker, Bettina. Black Women: Love, Labor, Sorrow, Struggle. (RA)51:4(1987S88),


478S485

Aptheker, Bettina. Red Feminism: A Personal and Historical Reflection.


(A)66:4(2002S2003), 519S526

Aptheker, Bettina. Fireweed: Fusion of the Personal and Political in an Extraordinary Life.
(RA)70:3(2006), 411S417

Aptheker, Herbert. American Negro Slave Revolts: Fifty Years Gone. (C)51:1(1987),
68S71

Aptheker, Herbert. Racism and Anti-Racism: A Reply. (C)57:1(1993), 79S80

Aptheker, Herbert. The Soviet Collapse and the Surrounding Capitalist World.
(C)62:2(1998), 283S284
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Aptheker, Herbert. The Last Days: Some Memories of the War. (C)66:2(2002), 263S266

Arena, John. Bringing in the Black Working Class: The Black Urban Regime Strategy.
(A)75:2(2011), 153S179

Armstrong, Elisabeth. Contingency Plans for the Feminist Revolution. (A)65:1(2001),


39S71

Arrighi, Giovanni. Global Capitalism and the Persistence of the NorthSSouth Divide.
(C)65:4(2001S2002), 469S476

Arthur, Chris. Capital: A Note on Translation. (C)54:2(1990), 224S225

Arthur, Christopher J. Systematic Dialectic. (A)62:3(1998), 447S459

Arthur, Christopher J. The Young Engels and Philosophy. (C)62:4(1998S99), 579

Ash, Michael and Roberta Garner. Contemplating the Unusual and Unpredictable.
(RA)74:2(2010), 248S258

Auerbach, Paul, and Peter Skott. Capitalist Trends and Socialist Priorities.
(C)57:2(1993), 194S204

Azeri, Siyaves. Consciousness as Objective Activity: A HistoricalSGenetic Approach.


(A)75:1(2011), 8S37

Bakan, Abigail B., and Daiva Stasiulis. Foreigh Domestic Worker Policy in Canada and
the Social Boundaries of Modern Citizenship. (A)58:1(1994), 7S33

Bakir, Ergodan, and Al Campbell. Neoliberalism, the Rate of Profit and the Rate of
Accumulation. (A)74:3(2010), 323S342

Balaban, Oded. The Positivistic Nature of the Critical Theory. (A)53:4(1989S90), 442S458

Baragar, Fletcher, and Robert Chernomas. Profits from Production and Profits from
Exchange: Financialization, Household Debt and Profitability in 21st-Century Capitalism.
(A)76:3(2012), 319S339

Barbalet, J. M. The “Labor Aristocracy” in Context. (A)51:2(1987), 133S153

Barbalet, J. M. Class and Rationality: Olson’s Critique of Marx. (A)55:4(1991S92),


446S468

Barbalet, J. M. Class Action and Class Theory: Contra Culture, Pro Emotion.
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(C)60:4(1996S97), 478S485

Barrett, Neil. A Bright Shining Star: The CPGB and Anti-Fascist Activism in the 1930s.
(A)61:1(1997), 10S26

Barrow, Clyde W. The Marx Problem in Marxian State Theory. (A)64:1(2000), 87S118

Barrow, Clyde W. Plain Marxists, Sophisticated Marxists, and C. Wright Mills’ The Power
Elite. (A)71:4(2007), 400S430

Basu, Deepankar. The Reserve Army of Labor in the Postwar U. S. Economy.


(A)77:2(2013), 179S201

Batou, Jean. Accumulation by Dispossession and Anti-Capitalist Struggles: A Long


Historical Perspective. (A)79:1(2015), 11S37

Baxandall, Rosalyn. Precursors and Bridges: Was the CPUSA Unique?


(A)66:4(2002S2003), 500S505

Becker, Marc. Mariátegui, the Comintern, and the Indigenous Question in Latin America.
(A) 70:4(2006), 450S479

Bellofiore, Riccardo. Rereading the Grundrisse After Capital: Symposium. Introduction.


(A)75:1(2011), 38S42

Bergmann, Theodor. Engels on Agriculture. (A)62:1(1998), 145S162

Berland, Oscar. The Emergence of the Communist Perspective on the “Negro Question”
in America: 1919S1931 (Part One). (A)63:4(1999S2000), 411S432

Berland, Oscar. The Emergence of the Communist Perspective on the “Negro Question”
in America: 1919S1931 (Part Two). (A)64:2(2000), 194S217

Berland, Oscar. Nasanov and the Comintern’s American Negro Program. (C)65:2(2001),
226S228

Betances, Emelio. The Dominican Grassroots Movement and the Organized Left,
1978S1986. (A)79:3(2015), 388S413

Bhandari, Rakesh. Grossman and Luxury Spending. (C)72:1(2008), 95S105

Bhattacharya, Ramkrishna. Two Quotations in Marx’s Capital Identified. (C)79:4(2015),


610S613
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Bichler, Shimson. Political Power Shifts in Israel, 1977 and 1992: Unsuccessful Electoral
Economics or Long Range Realignment? (A)58:4(1994S95), 415S439

Bichler, Shimson, and Jonathan Nitzan. Inflation and Accumulation: The Case of Israel.
(A)64:3(2000), 274S309

Bichler, Shimson, and Jonathan Nitzan. Inflation and Accumulation: Correction.


(C)65:3(2001), 383S385

Bichler, Shimson, and Jonathan Nitzan. The Rockefeller Boys. (C)71:2(2007), 243S249

Bidney, Martin. Neo-Blakean Vision in the Verse of Historian E. P. Thompson: The


“Abstraction” of Labor and Cultural Capital. (A)68:4(2004S05), 396S420

Bitsakis, Eftichios. For an Evolutionary Epistemology. (A)51:4(1987S88), 389S413

Bitsakis, Eftichios. Scientific Realism. (A)57:1(1993), 160S193

Bitsakis, Eftichios. The “Stalinist” Tradition in Dialectics. (C)63:2(1999), 242

Bitsakis, Eftichios. Forms of Physical Determination. (A)66:2(2002), 228S255

Blackledge, Paul. Karl Kautsky and Marxist Historiography. (A)70:3(2006), 337S359

Blackledge, Paul. History, Ethics and Politics. (C)73:1(2009), 77S84

Blank, Gary. Rethinking the “Other Transition”: Towards an Alternative Marxist


Explanation. (A)77:2(2013), 153S178

Blaut, J. M. Colonialism and the Rise of Capitalism. (A)53:3(1989), 260S296

Blaut, J. M. Evaluating Imperialism. (C)61:3(1997), 382S393

Blue, Gregory. Joseph Needham, Heterodox Marxism and the Social Background to
Chinese Science. (A)62:2(1998), 195S217

Boer, Roland. Lenin on Tolstoy: Between Imaginary Resolution and Revolutionary


Christian Communism. (A)78:1(2014), 41S60

Boger, George. On the Materialist Appropriation of Hegel’s Dialectical Method.


(A)55:1(1991), 26S59

Bonefeld, Werner. Primitive Accumulation and Capitalist Accumulation: Notes on Social


Constitution and Expropriation. (A)75:3(2011), 379S399
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Boucher, Douglas H. Not with a Bang but a Whimper. (A)60:3(1996), 279S289

Bowles, Paul, and Tony Stone. China’s Reforms: A Study in the Application of Historical
Materialism. (A)55:3(1991), 261S290

Bozkurt, Umut. Neoliberalism with a Human Face: Making Sense of the Justice and
Development Party’s Neoliberal Populism in Turkey. (A)77:3(2013), 372S396

Braa, Dean M. The Great Potato Famine and the Transformation of Irish Peasant Society.
(A)61:2(1997), 193S215

Brass, Tom. Modern Capitalism and Unfree Labor: The Unsaying of Marxism. 78:3(A),
288S311

Brass, Tom. Who These Days is Not a Subaltern? The Populist Drift of Global Labor
History. (A)80:1(2017), 10S34

Brass, Tom. Class Struggle and Unfree Labor: The (Marxist) Road Not Taken.
(A)81:2(2017), 197S219

Brass, Tom. Festina Lente? (A)81:3(2017), 403S409

Brentlinger, John. Revolutionizing Spirituality: Reflections on Marxism and Religion.


(A)64:2(2000), 171S193

Bridenthal, Renate, and David Laibman. Introduction [to Special Issue, “The Deep
Structure of the Present Moment”]. (A)69:3(2005), 278S283

Bridenthal, Renate, John P. Pittman, and Shana A. Russell. The Russian Revolution:
One Century Later. Special Issue. 81:4(2017)

Broadhead, Lee-Anne, and Sean Howard. Nanotechnology and the Developing Critique
of Scientism. (C)74:4(2010), 553S562

Brodkin, Karen. Race and Gender in the Construction of Class. (C)60:4(1996S97),


471S477

Browne, Paul. Lukács’ Later Ontology. (A)54:2(1990), 193S218

Browne, Paul Leduc. Disposable Time, Freedom, and Care. (A)75:3(2011), 297S324

Bryan, Dick. International Accumulation and the Contradictions of National Monetary


Policy. (A)56:3(1992), 324S352
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Buey, Francisco Fernandez, and Carles Muntaner. Marxisms Against the Current:
Weighing the Decade of the Eighties. (C)58:4(1994S95), 471S481

Buhle, Paul. Rethinking C. L. R. James. (RA)60:2(1996), 220S226

Buhle, Paul. Contradictions of the Intellectuals. (RA)65:1(2001), 136S144

Buhle, Paul. The Left in American Comics: Rethinking the Visual Vernacular.
(RA)71:3(2007), 348S356

Bulavka, Lyudmila, and Aleksandr Buzgalin. The Oligarchy, the State and the
Intelligentsia: Khodorkovsky as a Mirror of the Counter-Points of Post-Soviet Russia.
(C)80:2(2016), 248S256

Burbach, Roger, and William I. Robinson. The Fin de Siecle Debate: Globalization as
Epochal Shift. (A)63:1(1999), 10S39

Burkett, Paul. Value, Capital and Nature: Some Ecological Implications of Marx’s Critique
of Political Economy. (A)60:3(1996), 332S359

Burkett, Paul. Nature and Value Theory: Airing Out the Issues. (C)67:4(2003S04),
452S462

Burns, Peter, S.J. Socialism, Social Democracy, and Markets. (C)59:2(1995), 193S197

Burns, Tony. Joseph Dietzgen and the History of Marxism. (A)66:2(2002), 202S227

Buzgalin, Aleksandr. The October Revolution: Practice as the Impulse for the
Development of Theory. (A)81:4(2017), 501S514

Buzgalin, Aleksandr, and Andrey Kolganov. Economic Crisis: Scenarios of Post-Crisis


Development. (C)74:4(2010), 538S546

Buzgalin, Aleksandr, and Andrey Kolganov. Ukraine: Who Is to Blame, and What
Needs to Be Done? (RA)81:2(2017), 287S296

Buzgalin, Aleksandr V., and Andrey I. Kolganov. The Anatomy of Twenty-First Century
Exploitation: From Traditional Extraction of Surplus Value to Exploitation of Creative
Activity. (A)77:4(2013), 486S511

Buzgalin, Aleksandr, and Lyudmila Bulavka. The Oligarchy, the State and the
Intelligentsia: Khodorkovsky as a Mirror of the Counter-Points of Post-Soviet Russia.
(C)80:2(2016), 248S256
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Byron, Chris. A Critique of Sean Sayers’ Marxian Theory of Human Nature.


(C)78:2(2014), 241S248

Byron, Chris. Essence and Alienation: Marx’s Theory of Human Nature. (A)80:3(2016),
375S394

Cahan, Jean Axelrad. The Concept of Property in Marx’s Theory of History: A Defense
of the Autonomy of the Socioeconomic Base. (A)58:4(1994S95), 392S414

Callaghan, John. Colonies, Racism, the CPGB and the Comintern in the Inter-War Years.
(C)61:4(1997S98), 513S525

Caligaris, Gastón, and Guido Starosta. The Commodity Nature of Labor-Power.


(A)80:3(2016), 319S345

Callinicos, Alex. G. A. Cohen and the Critique of Political Economy. (A)70:2(2006),


252S274

Callinicos, Alex, and Eduardo da Motta e Albuquerque. Introduction [to Special Issue:
“Crises and Transformation of Capitalism: Marx’s Investigations and Contemporary
Analysis”]. 80:4(2016), 444S453

Callinicos, Alex, and Joseph Choonara. How Not to Write About the Rate of Profit: A
Critique of David Harvey. (A)80:4(2016), 481S494

Camfield, David. Re-Orienting Class Analysis: Working Classes as Historical Formations.


(A)68:4(2004S05), 421S446

Campbell, Al. Democratic Planned Socialism: Feasible Economic Procedures.


(A)66:1(2002), 29S42

Campbell, Al. Reply [to Cottrell & Cockshott and Campbell]. (C)66:1(2002), 47S49

Campbell, Al. Comment [on Laibman]. (C)66:1(2002), 130S132

Campbell, Al. Comment [on O’Neill]. (C)66:1(2002), 152S154

Campbell, Al. Cuba: Realities and Debates. (RA)67:2(2003), 226S230

Campbell, Al, and Ergodan Bakir. Neoliberalism, the Rate of Profit and the Rate of
Accumulation. (A)74:3(2010), 323S342

Campbell, Al. Guest Editor. Special Issue, “Designing Socialism: Visions, Projections,
Models.” 76:2(2012)
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Campbell, Al. “Introduction” [to Special Issue, “Designing Socialism: Visions, Projections,
Models”]. 76:2(2012), 140S146

Campbell, Susan. “Black Bolsheviks” and Recognition of African-America’s Right to


Self-Determination by the Communist Party USA. (A)58:4(1994S95), 440S470

Cannistraro, Philip V. Who Was Angelica Balabanoff’s “Maria”? A Note on Historical


Identification. (C)67:3(2003), 349S352

Carchedi, Guglielmo. On Temporality, Simultaneity and TSS: A Reply to Laibman.


(C)65:4(2001S2002), 509S515

Carchedi, Guglielmo. Tsakalotos on Homo Economicus: Some Comments.


(C)70:3(2006), 370S375

Carchedi, Guglielmo. Dialectics and Temporality in Marx’s Mathematical Manuscripts.


(C)72:4(2008), 415S426

Carchedi, Guglielmo. Mathematics and Dialectics in Marx: A Reply. (C)76:4(2012),


546S549

Carchedi, Guglielmo. Was the Great Recession a Crisis of Profitability? (A)80:4(2016),


495S514

Carling, Alan. Classes and Choices. (RA)51:2(1987), 200S206

Carling, Alan. Analytical Marxism and Historical Materialism: The Debate on Social
Evolution. (A)57:1(1993), 31S65

Carling, Alan. The Strength of Historical Materialism: A Comment. (C)58:1(1994), 60S72

Carling, Alan. Marxism Today: What Can We Learn from Yesterday? (RA)63:1(1999),
89S97

Carling, Alan. The PrincipalSAgent Problem for Egalitarians: Bowles, Gintis and Their
Critics. (RA)66:3(2002), 408S416

Carling, Alan. Karl Marx’s Theory of History and the Recovery of the Marxian Tradition.
(A)70:2(2006), 275S297

Carling, Alan. Problems of the Deep: Intention and History. (C)73:1(2009), 97S109

Carling, Alan, and Paul Wetherly. Introduction [to Special Issue, “Rethinking Marx and
History”]. (A)70:2(2006), 146S153
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Carr, Barry. Crisis in Mexican Communism: The Extraordinary Congress of the Mexican
Communist Party (Part 2). (A)51:1(1987), 43S67

Carroll, Peter. The Myth of the Moscow Archives. (A)68:3(2004), 337S341

Castañeda, Jorge. Realism for Latin America: Finding and Achieving the Possible.
(A)69:2(2005), 138S142

Ceplair, Larry. The Base and Superstructure Debate in the Hollywood Communist Party.
(A)72:3(2008), 319S348

Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. From Communism to “Social Democracy”: The Rise and


Resilience of Communist Parties in India, 1920S1995. (C)61:1(1997), 99S106

Chattopadhyay, Paresh. Value and Exploitation: Marx’s Problem and Skillman’s Solution.
(A)62:2(1998), 218S240

Chattopadhyay, Paresh. On the Question of Soviet Socialism. (A)75:1(2011), 107S114

Chernomas, Robert, and Fletcher Baragar. Profits from Production and Profits from
Exchange: Financialization, Household Debt and Profitability in 21st-Century Capitalism.
(A)76:3(2012), 319S339

Cherry, Robert. Race and Gender Aspects of Marxian Macromodels: The Case of the
Social Structure of Accumulation School, 1948S68. (A)55:1(1991), 60S78

Cherry, Robert. Holocaust Historiography: The Role of the Cold War.


(A)63:4(1999S2000), 459S477

Chizuka, Tadami, and Michio Shibata. Marxist Studies of the French Revolution in
Japan. (C)54:3(1990), 366S374

Choi, Wai Kit. Toward a Communist Immanent Critique: Maoism, the Frankfurt School,
and Angelus Novus. (C)73:2(2009), 208S216

Choi, Wai Kit. Revolutionary Shanghai: Rethinking Class and the Politics of Difference
Through Chinese Communism. (A)73:2(2009), 242S260

Choonara, Joseph, and Alex Callinicos. How Not to Write About the Rate of Profit: A
Critique of David Harvey. (A)80:4(2016), 481S494

Christian, David. Accumulation and Accumulators: The Metaphor Marx Muffed.


(C)54:2(1990), 219S224
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Clarke, Simon. The Marxist Theory of Overaccumulation and Crisis. (A)54:4(1990S91),


442S467

Clay, John. The Deep Difference Between Labor and Use-Value: Comment.
(C)70:3(2006), 375S378

Clow, Michael. Solar Energy is No Panacea for Ecological Limits on Economic Activity.
(C)62:2(1998), 266S276

Cockshott, W. Paul, and Allin F. Cottrell. Value, Markets and Socialism. (A)61:3(1997),
330S357

Cockshott, Paul, and Allin Cottrell. Comment [on Campbell]. (C)66:1(2002), 43S44

Cockshott, Paul, and Allin Cottrell. The Relation Between Economic and Political
Instances in the Communist Mode of Production. (A)66:1(2002), 50S64

Cockshott, Paul, and Allin Cottrell. Reply [to Comments by Devine and Laibman].
(C)66:1(2002), 70S71

Cockshott, Paul, and Allin Cottrell. Comment [on Kotz]. (C)66:1(2002), 109S110

Cockshott, Paul, and Dave Zachariah. Hunting Productive Work. (A)70:4(2006),


509S527

Cockshott, Paul, and Dave Zachariah. Credit Crunch: Origins and Orientation.
(A)74:3(2010), 343S361

Cockshott, Paul, and Allin Cottrell. Answers to five questions, distributed throughout
Special Issue, “Designing Socialism.” 76:2(2012), 147S261

Colodny, Robert G. The Problem of the Ruling Class in Marxist Theory: A Comment.
(C)51:1(1987), 93S96

Colodny, Robert G. The U. S. Political Culture of the 1930s and the American Response
to the Spanish Civil War. (A)53:1(1989), 47S61

Concheiro, Elvira. A Century After His Death: Friedrich Engels and the Concept of
Political Parties. (A)62:1(1998), 163S180

Cook, Blance Weisen. The Impact of Anti-Communism in American Life.


(C)53:4(1989S90), 470S475

Costa Ribeiro, Leonardo, and Eduardo da Motta e Albuquerque. Countertendencies


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at Work: New Sectors and New Regions in the Current Transition Towards a New Phase
of Capitalism. (A)80:4(2016), 566S580

Cottrell, Allin F., and W. Paul Cockshott. Value, Markets and Socialism. (A)61:3(1997),
330S357

Cottrell, Allin, and Paul Cockshott. Comment [on Campbell]. (C)66:1(2002), 43S44

Cottrell, Allin, and Paul Cockshott. The Relation Between Economic and Political
Instances in the Communist Mode of Production. (A)66:1(2002), 50S64

Cottrell, Allin, and Paul Cockshott. Reply [to Comments by Devine and Laibman].
(C)66:1(2002), 70S71

Cottrell, Allin, and Paul Cockshott. Comment [on Kotz]. (C)66:1(2002), 109S110

Cottrell, Allin, and Paul Cockshott. Answers to five questions, distributed throughout
Special Issue, “Designing Socialism.” (A)76:2(2012), 147S261

Cross, Richard, and Andrew Flinn. Introduction [to Special Issue, “Biography Meets
History: Communist Party Lives in International Perspective”]. (A)70:1(2006), 11S21

Cunningham, Frank. Retrieving Macpherson: Critical Appraisal of a New Study.


(RA)67:2(2003), 236S244

Dale, Russell. Guglielmo Carchedi on Marx, Calculus, Time, and Dialectics.


(C)75:4(2011), 555S566

Dale, Russell, and Justin P. Holt. Introduction [to Special Issue: “Socializing
Philosophy”]. 80(1), 4S8

da Motta e Albuquerque, Eduardo, and Alex Callinicos. Introduction [to Special Issue:
“Crises and Transformation of Capitalism: Marx’s Investigations and Contemporary
Analysis”]. 80:4(2016), 444S453

da Motta e Albuquerque, Eduardo, and Leonardo Costa Ribeiro. Countertendencies


at Work: New Sectors and New Regions in the Current Transition Towards a New Phase
of Capitalism. (A)80:4(2016), 566S580

Da Silva, Ednaldo Araquem. Wage-Profit Tradeoffs in Brazil: An Input/Output Analysis,


1970S1975. (C)51:3(1987), 347S354

Das, Raju J. State Theories: A Critical Analysis. (A)60:1(1996), 27S57


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Das, Raju J. Politicism and Idealism in State Theory. (RA)63:1(1999), 97S104

Davidson, Neil. Marx and Engels on the Scottish Highlands. (A)65:3(2001), 286S326

Davis, Ann E. Marx and the Mixed Economy: Money, Accumulation, and the Role of the
State. (A)74:3(2010), 409S428

Dawson, Michael, and John Bellamy Foster. Is There an Allocation Problem?:


Accounting for Unproductive Labor.(C)58:3(1994), 315S325

Day, Richard B., and Daniel Gaido. Permanent Revolution SS But Without Socialism?
(C)77:3(2013), 397S404

Deane, Hugh. Mao: A Lamentation. (C)59:1(1995), 69S81

Deep History: A Symposium on David Laibman’s Deep History: A Study in Social Evolution
and Human Potential. 73:1(2009), 77S143

Del Puppo, Dario. Il Quarto Stato. (A)58:2(1994), 136S162

Delany, Sheila. Two Studies of Marriage. (RA)51:2(1987), 206S210

Delany, Sheila. Marxist Medievalism: A Tradition. (C)68:2(2004), 206S215

Dennis, Michael. The Other Good Fight: Hollywood Talent and the Working-Class
Movement of the 1930s. (A)80:2(2016), 170S195

Deschacht, Nick. The Economics of Happiness: The Conservative Current in Green


Economic Thought. (RA)77:4(2013), 569S575

De Smet, Brecht. Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt. (A)78:1(2014), 11S40

Devinatz, Victor G. A Reevaluation of the Trade Union Unity League, 1929S1934.


(A)71:1(2007), 33S58

Devinatz, Victor G. A Cold War at International Harvester: The Schachtmanites and the
Farm Equipment Workers Union’s Demise, 1946S1955. (A)72:2(2008), 182S207

Devinatz, Victor G. The United Auto Workers Union as American Vanguard, 1935 to
1970: Reality or Illusion? (RA)73:3(2009), 403S410

Devinatz, Victor G. Union Solidarity, Collective Struggle and the Caterpillar Labor
Dispute, 1991S1998. (C)74:4(2010), 546S553
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Devinatz, Victor G. Struggling Against U. S. Labor’s Decline Under Late Capitalism:


Lessons for the Early 21st Century. (RA)76:3(2012), 393S405

Devinatz, Victor G. A Cold War Thaw in the International Working Class Movement? The
World Federation of Trade Unions and the International Confederation of Free Trade
Unions, 1967S1977. (A)77:3(2013), 342S371

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Marxism in a Punctuation. 58:1(1994), 1S5


Socialism: Dead Again, Born Again. 58:2(1994), 130S135
Of Praise and Grafitti. 58:3(1994), 258S263
Against Despair. 58:4(1994-1995), 386S391
Inspirational Normal Science. 59:1(1995), 2S8
After Marxism? 59:2(1995), 130S136
Creative Tensions. 59:4(1995S1996), 466S469
Science & Society at 60. 60:1(1996), 2S6
Endangered Species, Endangered System. 60:2(1996), 130S136
Our Interface with Nature. 60:3(1996), 258S260
Science and Its Cultural Critics; or, Hermeneutical Gravity and Quantum Levity.
60:4(1996S1997), 386S392
Of Mice and Marxism. 61:1(1997), 2S6
In Defense of Economics. 61:2(1997), 154S160
One Immodest Vision and Two Modest Proposals. 61:3(1997), 298S302
’Twixt Creationism and Reductionism. 61:4(1997S1998), 442S448
A Centennial and a Sesquicentennial. 62:1(1998), 2S3
The Joys and Perils of Marking Time. 62:2(1998), 183S190
The Enigma and Ubiquity of Change. 62:3(1998), 331S332
The Manifesto: Celebration Vs. Rededication. 62:4(1998S1999), 507S512
Global Turbulence and Capitalist Crisis. 63:1(1999), 3S9
Forecasts of the Coming Century. 63:2(1999), 137S144
What’s in a Name? 63:3(1999), 277S282
The Deep American Roots of “TINA.” 63:4(1999S2000), 403S410
Conditional Inevitability. 64:1(2000), 3S10
The Spirit of the (Now Departed) Millennium. 64:2(2000), 143S150
Scienceandsociety.com. 64:3(2000), 265S268, 271S273
The Need to Be Truly Radical. 64:4(2000S2001), 391S398
An Intense and Many-Textured Moment. 65:1(2001), 3S4
Blink of an Eye. 65:2(2001), 149S156
Of People, Curves, and Autism. 65:3(2001), 277S285
Anarchism, Marxism, and the Cunning of Capitalism. 65:4 (2001S2002), 421S427
Future Visions. 66:1(2002), 3S4
Radhika’s Cats. 66:2(2002), 161S168
The United States’ Mixed Economy. 66:3(2002), 303S310
The Legacy of the Eighteenth Brumaire. 66:4(2002S2003), 441S447
Apropos the Front Matter to Capital, Vol. I. 67:1(2003), 1S8
Food, Social Evolution, and Conquest. 67:2(2003), 127S135
Moribund Capitalism and the Cannibalization of Public Space. 67:3(2003), 267S275
Chile: Triumph and Despair SS Reflections After Three Decades. 67:4(2003S04),
391S398
The Present as Theory. 68:1(2004), 3S9
Value Theory and the Academic Respectability Barrier. 68:2(2004), 129S136
Spain: The Legacy, the Challenge. 68:3(2004), 261S262
Snow Ploughs, Cookies, and the Formation of Ideologized Consciousness.
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68:4(2004S05), 389S395
The Two-Way Challenge. 69:1(2005), 3S4
A Small Transition. 69:2(2005), 135S136
Getting to the Roots. 69:3(2005), 277
Social Security. 69:4(2005), 521S528
Red Butterflies Flap Their Wings: A Parallel Twentieth Century. 70:1(2006),
3S10
Once More on the Arrows, Cycles, and Cunning of History. 70:2(2006), 145
Flea Markets. 70:3(2006), 301S307
A Tiny Red Butterfly Wing Flap. 70:4(2006), 443S449
Transitions. 71:1(2007), 3S6
Privatization, Rational Choice, Human Agency, and Prospect Park.
71:2(2007), 139S145
The Passionate Political Economy of the Minimum Wage. 71:3(2007),
267S272
On Being in a Hurry. 71:4(2007), 393S399
Marxism, Socialism, China and the World. 72:1(2008), 3S10
What If? The Pleasures and Perils of Counterfactual History. 72:2(2008),
131S135, 142S146
Integrated with the Enemy. 72:3(2008), 259S265
Year Naming, Millennial Transitions, and English: A Trivial Observation, and
Prediction. 72:4(2008), 383S388
Globalization, Deep History, and A Victory Celebration. 73:1(2009), 3S5
China: Realities at the Crossroads, Perspectives in Contention. 73:2(2009),
163S164
John McKay Cammett, July 8, 1927SJuly 30, 2008, by Frank Rosengarten.
73:2(2009), 164S166
The Onset of Great Depression II: Conceptualizing the Crisis. 73:3(2009), 299S308
Art, Science and Globalization. 73:4(2009), 445S451
Why Marxism? Approaching an Old Question from a New Standpoint.
74:1(2010), 3S11
“Explaining” the Crisis: Shoals O’ Red Herrings. 74:2(2010), 149S156
Economic Crisis, Logorrheia, and the Enduring Marxist Vision. 74:3(2010),
285
Once Again on Reform, Revolution and Socialism. 74:4(2010), 453S460
A Reflection on Secularism, Elitism and Epistemology. 75:1(2011), 3S7
There Is a Revolutionary Alternative (TIARA). 75:2(2011), 145S152
Science & Society at 75. 75:3(2011), 289S296
Afghanistan: The Deep Structure of a Complex and Adverse Moment. 75:4(2011),
447S453
An Embrace Across the Generations, as W e Begin Our Fourth
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The Socialism Discussion Widens SS and This is Just the Beginning! 76:2(2012),
139
Whither the Occupy Movement: Models and Proposals. 76:3(2012), 283S290
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The Recurring Temptations of Anti-Equilibrium. 76:4(2012), 425S432


On the Self-Interest of the Capitalist Ruling Class. 77:1(2013), 3S9
The HumanSNature Interface: Navigating Between Utopic and Dystopic
Determinisms. 77:2(2013), 145S152
Bits and Pieces: Revolution, Quotology, Poverty and Robots. 77:3(2013), 285S293
On the 130th Anniversary of the Death of Karl Marx: Answers to Questions from
China’s People’s Daily. 77:4(2013), 451S458
Political Economy and Electoral Politics: Some Exploratory Questions. 78:1(2014),
3S10
The Word that Dared not Speak Its Name. 78:2(2014), 145, 150S152
Value, Exploitation and Anti-Racism: Can the New Communism Learn Something
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Quotology, Stages, and the Posthumous Anarchization of Marx. 78:3(2014),
281S287
On the Importance of Revisiting Fundamentals. 78:4(2014), 419S425
Capitalism, Inequality, and Piketty. Julio Huato, guest editorialist. 79:1(2015), 3S10
Anarchism, and the Continuing Importance of Critique by Way of Recuperation.
79:2(2015), 147
Envisioning Capitalism: The Hegemonic Power of Ideas. 79:3(2015), 329S335
Greece, Europe, and the Capitalist Financial Oligarchy. 79:4(2015), 489S496
Philosophical Foundations, and Another Marxist Publishing Milestone. 80:1(2016),
3
Central Planning: Vindication By Way of a Simple Thought Experiment. 80:2(2016),
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Many, Many Ways to Talk About Socialism. 80:3(2016), 283S290
Marxism and Capitalist Crises. 80:4(2016), 443
Value, Stock Market Crises, and the Fevered Imaginings of Two 17-Year-Olds.
81:1(2017), 3S9
Immiseration, Empowerment and Revolution: Rethinking Capitalist Crisis.
81:2(2017), 163S171
Syriza: The Left in Government, When “Government” and Power Diverge.
81:3(2017), 323S330
Rethinking and Redeploying the Moment of October 1917. 81:4(2017), 467
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