San Francisco: Synthesis Publications / Institute for the Study of Labor and Economic Crisis, 1980-86. Complete run of the journal, all in original wraps, the first five issues all 8.5x11 inches, ranging from 100 to 165 pages; the later issues 6x9 inches, from 130 up to 248 pages for the double issue 12/13. A couple of issues have minor spots or edgewear, but generally very good.
Journal published by the Institute headed by Marlene Dixon. Contributions by Regis Debray, Andre Gunder Frank, Samir Amin, Fernando Claudín, Immanuel Wallerstein, Susanne Jones, James Petras, Tony Platt, James Cockcroft and others. Most issues focus on a particular theme, such as "Islands of discontent: the Caribbean today," The new nomads: immigration and crisis in the world division of labor," "Revolution in southern Africa," "Southeast Asia: facing the challenge of socialist construction," etc.