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John Bellamy Foster is editor of Monthly Review and Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon. He has written widely on political economy and ecology, including, most recently, The Endless Crisis (with Robert W. McChesney) and The Ecological Rift (with Brett Clark and Richard York.
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Værker af John Bellamy Foster

Ecology Against Capitalism (2002) 53 eksemplarer
In Defense of History: Marxism and the Postmodern Agenda (1997) — Redaktør — 45 eksemplarer
Monthy Review 2 eksemplarer
Monthly Review 68/9 1 eksemplar
Monthly Review 69/6 1 eksemplar
Marx écologiste (2011) 1 eksemplar
El Nuevo Imperialismo (2016) 1 eksemplar
Monthly Review 72.3 (2020) — Redaktør — 1 eksemplar

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Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century (1974) — Introduktion, nogle udgaver477 eksemplarer
Encyclopedia of the American Left (1990) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver105 eksemplarer
China and Socialism: Market Reforms and Class Struggle (2004) — Forord, nogle udgaver17 eksemplarer
Advertising: Opposing Viewpoints (2006) (2005) — Bidragyder — 8 eksemplarer
Marx ja ekologia (2001) 1 eksemplar

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1953-08-19
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After three years of being stuck with one arm pinned under a toddler going scroll, scroll, scroll, I finally struck a blow for humanity and swore off reading the news and ideas on my phone (but please text me, friends!). Back to print! Back to mags and newsps (purchased, even!). I've read two whole globe and mails (more than in the year previous) and I'm halfway through a New Yorker and I feel great, like a noble throwback, a gladiator for the integrity of journalism and our neural connections. "ARE YOU NOT INFORMED??!?!?!" And then there is the Monthly Review, which I went somehow 36 years without reading because it's gloriously informative, printing an ugly blow-by-blow of the current US government's anti-environment efforts to date and connecting the political crisis in Brazil to the resource crash (why does nobody but the Marxists do this? It's like sanctions on Russia have nothing to do with Putin, or the 75% drop in the lira with Erdogan) and three Chinese economists reminding everybody how the global financial system is constructed to favour Western countries and especially the US and keep everyone else down. They rely a bit too much on what they take to be prescient quotes from past issues (the perils of a storied history I guess) but there is such good knowledge here, presented without hooks or jollying you along, and I've never felt so alive (he said, pecking a 1000% superfluous librarything review that will be read by no one into a tiny box on a screen while shirking his precarious internet-based job).… (mere)
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