Monthly Review Volume 72, Number 3 (July-August 2020)

Nick Estes, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Charisse Burden-Stelly, Bill Fletcher, Jr, Carrie Freshour, Lilia D. Monzó, Iyko Day, Jesse Benjamin, Paul M. Sweezy, John Bellamy Foster; Hannah Holleman; Brett Clark
Volume 72, Number 3 Contents “Notes from the Editors, July-August 2020” by The Editors INTRODUCTION: “Examining the Wreckage” by Nick Estes, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz “Modern U.S. Racial Capitalism: Some Theoretical Insights” by Charisse Burden-Stelly “Race Is About More Than Discrimination: Racial Capitalism, the Settler State, and the Challenges Facing Organized Labor in the United States” by Bill Fletcher, Jr. “Poultry and Prisons: Toward a General Strike for Abolition” by Carrie Freshour “Colonialism, Migration, Pandemic: The Immutable Evidence that Capitalism Is Racist and Misogynist” by Lilia D. Monzó “The Yellow Plague and Romantic Anticapitalism” by Iyko Day “Racial Capital from Pan-Africanism and Coloniality to Epistemic Rupture: New Directions in a Life with Marxism” by Jesse Benjamin “Oliver Cromwell Cox’s Marxism” by Paul M. Sweezy “Marx and Slavery” by John Bellamy Foster; Hannah Holleman; Brett Clark

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