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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 5 Issues, 173 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1977 = 48 Issues, 1,406 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1978 = 50 Issues, 1,303 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1979 = 47 Issues, 1,171 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1979 = 12 Issues, 324 Articles
              1. [+]
                January 10, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. Moon Empire Rises, U.S. Fishing Sinks by Phil Hill, p. 2
                2.  ---  by David Osborne, p. 2
                3. I Kept Thinking Maybe I Could Help Him by Michelle Celarier, p. 3
                4. Newark Defies the Prophets of Doom by T.D. Allman, p. 4
                5. Labor Balks at Carter's Concessions by David Moberg, p. 5
                6. Oakland Black Mayor's Liberal Bloc Endangered by Randall Risener, p. 6
                7. Bu President Fires Key Broadcaster by Anita Diamant, p. 6
                8. Letelier Trial Opens Amidst Threats by Jeff Stein, p. 7
                9. P.R. Men Front for Chilean Junta by Beth Bogart, p. 7
                10. Newark Recovery by T.D. Allman, p. 8
                11. Shah Designates Opponent As Leader by Stephen Daggett, p. 9
                12. Islam Plays Progressive Role, p. 9
                13. Ruling Party Apartheid Split Underlies 'Infogate' Scandal, p. 10
                14. The USSR Fears Encirclement by Banning Garrett, p. 10
                15. Release of Prisoners Shows New Confidence by Harvey Levenstein, p. 11
                16. The Permanent Campaign by Sid Blumenthal, p. 12
                17. Marttila Son of a Detroit Auto Worker by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 13
                18. Hundred Consultants Swap Slick Slogans by Gail Robinson, p. 14
                19. Letters, p. 15
                20. [+]
                  Pension Fund Socialism Revolutionized by Marc Weiss, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The North Will Rise Again by Jeremy Rifkin and Randy Barber
                21. Present-Day Socialists Exchange Skepticism for the Moon's Dark Side by Clancy Sigal, p. 17
                22. General Mills Serves Soggy Dreerios to Minneapolis Tenants by Monte Bute, pp. 17-18
                23. A Pro Basketball League for Women Debuts in Chicago by Vicky O'Hara, p. 19
                24. Wardogs' Roam World Looking for Death by Al Di Franco, p. 20
                25. Army Deserters Organize by Al Di Franco, p. 20
                26. [+]
                  Blood-And-Guts Film Celebrates Racism, Mercenaries and Greed by Steve Talbot, pp. 21-22 - 1 Review
                  1. The Wild Geese (1978 Film) by Andrew V. McLaglen
                27. Bergman Sees Self Through Lens, Darkly by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
                28. Bergman & Women by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
                29. Rocking the Solar Dreamboat by Steve Chapple, p. 24
              2. [+]
                January 17, 1979 Issue = 23 Articles
                1. The Best and Worst of 1978 by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Murder Most Foul? Youths' Mass Grave Stirs Primal Fears by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. Despite Public Prejudices, Homosexuality Is Not Issue by David Moberg, p. 3
                4. Greta and John Ride Out Legal Battle by Michelle Celarier, p. 4
                5. SALT II Peppered by Hawks and Doves by Patrick Lacefield, p. 5
                6. A General for Arms Control? by John Markoff, p. 5
                7. Workers Demand Access to Records by Gail Barazani, p. 6
                8. New Extradition Decision Threatens Accuses by Hall Triplett, p. 6
                9. Yes, Virginia, There Was a Conspiracy by Marty Jezer, p. 7
                10. Two Committee Members Question Its Conclusions by David Williams, pp. 7-8
                11. Cambodia Unrest Emboldens Viets by Gareth Porter, p. 9
                12. Starvation Threatens Vietnam by Gareth Porter, p. 9
                13. New Cabinet Will Not Ease Strains in Iran by Linda Heiden, p. 10
                14. White Government Forced to Build Up Black City Schools, pp. 11-14
                15. Socialists and the Indo-China War, p. 15
                16. Letters, p. 16
                17. Right to Fair Trial and Due Process of Law on Trial in Farber Case by William M. Kunstler, p. 17
                18. When Tyrants Play on Your Sympathies, Keep Your Powder Dry by Richard Elman, pp. 17-18
                19. Runner's World by Bruce Dancis, p. 19
                20. [+]
                  Trash Novels' Reinforce Despair by Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Sex, Class, and Culture by Lillian S. Robinson
                21. Newsreel Captures Recent Past by Eric Breitbart, pp. 21-22
                22. Salsa Stayin' Alive with Disco Sound by Howard Mandel, p. 23
                23. Free Ride in the Sky by Michael Curtin, p. 24
              3. [+]
                January 24, 1979 Issue = 23 Articles
                1. The Snow Must Go on by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Khomeini Gives His Current Views on Homeland by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                3. Carter Can't Take Heat from Bella by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                4. Gov. Chases Carter with a Meat Ax by Larry Remer, p. 4
                5. Oil Companies Help Carter on Wage Lid by David Moberg, p. 4
                6. Defendants Charge Townley and CIA with Evil Bombing by Trin Yarborongh and Max Weisenfeld, p. 5
                7. AFL-CIO, Inter-American Group Postpone Chile Boycott by David Moberg, p. 5
                8. Surgeon General by Ellen Goldensohn, p. 6
                9. Seven Companies Control Most of World's Smokes by Bruce Vandervort, p. 6
                10. Will Cocoa Beans Replace Tobacco? by Larry Remer, pp. 7-8
                11. A History of Indochinese Conflict by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                12. Sihanouk Strikes Back at Vietnam by Richard Goldensohn, pp. 9-10
                13. Nicaragua Left Takes the Initiative by Joel Geler and Candy Martin, p. 11
                14. The Atlantic City Gamble by Robert Bell, pp. 12-14
                15. Brownian Motion, p. 15
                16. Letters, p. 16
                17. Marion Barry by Mike Berkowitz, pp. 17-18
                18. Politics of Heroin for GIs, Germans by E.N. Earley, p. 19
                19. Homesick GIs Abroad Shoot Dope by E.N. Earley, p. 20
                20. [+]
                  Pods Return As House Plants by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-22 - 1 Review
                  1. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978 Film) by Philip Kaufman
                21. Taxi Mixes Comedy and Drama in Solid Working-Class Sitcom by Albert Auster, p. 23
                22. Disco Swamps Radio Audience by Cary Baker, p. 23
                23. Doin' the Swim by Anita Diamant, p. 24
              4. [+]
                January 31, 1979 Issue = 28 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Jimmy Pleases Republicans by John Judis, p. 3
                3. Industry Confers to Repeal Clean Air by David Talbot, p. 4
                4. Pro-Business Groups Seek Increase Rollback by A. Liu Newmann, p. 4
                5. Pro-Choice Groups Rally to Defend Gains by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                6. Feminists Disagree on Rideout Case by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                7. Monopoly Control of Farms Protested by Craig T. Canan, p. 6
                8. Contempt Order Forces End to Strike by David Moberg, p. 6
                9. Shipbuilding Firm Refuses to Bargain by David Moberg, p. 7
                10. Government Subsidizes Community Training by Karen Polk, p. 7
                11. Left Regroups for Berkeley Election by Chuck Sherman and Dave Fogarty, p. 8
                12. Budget Low-Lights by John Judis, p. 8
                13. An Iranian Leftist Says Shah's Exit Creates New Spirit by Eric Leif Davin, p. 9
                14. Tehran Ayatollah Favors Republic by Nic Brink, p. 9
                15. Marchais Travels to Greece to Oppose European Union by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                16. Japanese Nuclear Waste Angers French Recipients by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                17. Palestinian Question an Issue Again by David Mandel, p. 11
                18. The Naked Sportswriter by Mark Naison, pp. 12-13
                19. Of Blizzards Workers and Shirkers, p. 14
                20. Letters, p. 15
                21. Female Chauvinism by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
                22. In Memoriam by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
                23. [+]
                  Paul Robeson: Socialist and Black Nationalist by Chuck Hopkins, pp. 17-18 - 2 Reviews
                  1. I Want to Be African by Sterling Stuckey
                  2. Paul Robeson Speaks by Philip S. Foner and Paul Robeson
                24. When You Can Play Anything You Want on Your TV, Will You Have Anything You Want to Play? by Michael Massing, p. 19
                25. Knoetze and CBS Win by Cary Goodman, p. 20
                26. TV Comedians Sing the Blues to the Tune of Clinking Coins by Dick Shurman, p. 21
                27. Mingus Music' Always Carried Spirit of Protest by Derk Richardson, p. 22
                28. Zoot Suit Mania' Sweeps LA, Moves toward East by Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano and Tomas Ybarra-Fransto, ..., pp. 23-24
              5. [+]
                February 7, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. Poor Richard in Washington by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Deng Gets Down to Business by Richard Goldensohn, p. 3
                3. Pinyin Supercedes Wade-Giles by Richard Goldensohn, p. 3
                4. Urban League Finds "New Negativism" by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                5. Alabama Paradox by Thomas Noland, p. 4
                6. Steel Strike by David Moberg, p. 5
                7. Witnesses Support Townley Testimony by Max Weisenfeld, p. 6
                8. All in a Day's Work, Townley Testifies by Saul Landau, p. 6
                9. Chilean Press Censors Self on Trial by Marcelo Montecino, p. 6
                10. Arms Control by A. Lin Neumann, p. 7
                11. Jerry Brown by Larry Remer, p. 7
                12. A Mexican Bishop Speaks for His Country's People, p. 8
                13. Israel by David Mandel, p. 9
                14. Italy: Communists Quit, Government Falls by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                15. Striking Germans by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                16. Suppose They Sent a Bill and Nobody Paid? by Mark Sufrin, pp. 12-13
                17. China's Development Takes Road to the West, p. 14
                18. Sweet Wafers and Grapes of Wrath, p. 14
                19. Letters, p. 15
                20. Dialog by Mike Lavelle, p. 15
                21. From the Grassroots by Manning Marable, p. 16
                22. [+]
                  Babeuf: From Democrat to People's Tribune by Margaret George, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. Gracchus Babeuf: The First Revolutionary Communist by Robert Barrie Rose
                23. Is Class Struggle Emerging in Iran? by Leonard M. Helfgott, pp. 17-18
                24. Black Athletes Sue University for Fraud by Earl Ofari, p. 19
                25. Women Read Romances That Fit Changing Times by Kate Ellis, p. 20
                26. [+]
                  Hard Times, with an Alpine View by Marjorie Heins, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. Bread and Chocolate (1974 Film) by Franco Brusati
                27. [+]
                  German Terrorism Reveals Left's Fears by Lynn Garafola, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Germany in Autumn (1978 Film) by Edgar Reitz
                28. Dear Critics by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                29. Criminal Lawyer Pleads Guilty by Seymour Wishman, p. 24
              6. [+]
                February 14, 1979 Issue = 27 Articles
                1. Chicago, Chicago, That Wonderful Town by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Kennedy Attacks Health Care Cuts by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                3. Dellums' Health Service Supporters Organize by Robert Mochan and James Stark, p. 3
                4. Anti-Nuclear Conference by Robin Read, p. 4
                5. Organizing the South by David Moberg, p. 5
                6. A Familiar Story of Changing Times by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                7. Right to Work by Dede Feldman, p. 7
                8. Farm Workers Strike for Big Pay Hike by Larry Remer, p. 7
                9. Letelier-Moffitt Murder by Max Weisenfeld, p. 8
                10. Skeletons in Confessional Booth by Marcelo Montecino, p. 8
                11. Deng Seeks Alliance against Polar Bear by Banning Garrett, p. 9
                12. Oil: Iran Crisis Cuts off S. Africa Oil Flow by Our Correspondent in South Africa, p. 10
                13. Iran: Islamic Revolution Sweeps the Country by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                14. Who Does Dennis... by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, pp. 12-14
                15. Corporate-Elect Nullify Elections, p. 15
                16. The Weber Case, p. 15
                17. Letters, p. 16
                18. Dialog by Bobby Nelson, p. 16
                19. Escalating Arms Budget Forces Administration to Strengthen New Right by Harry C. Boyte, p. 17
                20. [+]
                  G. William Domhoff's Political Wisdom by Edward Kelly, p. 17 - 1 Review
                  1. Changing the Powers That Be by G. William Domhoff
                21. The Weber Case by Laurence R. Sperber, p. 18
                22. Skyscrapers and Ferns Create New Poor by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 19
                23. Confessions of a Middle Class Film Critic by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, p. 20
                24. [+]
                  The Film Critic Criticized by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. Politics and Cinema by Andrew Sarris
                25. Movie Gangster a Social Mirror by James Gilbert, p. 22
                26. Carnegie II Dips Toe into TV Swamp by Joanna Foley, p. 23
                27. The Heart Market by Michael Massing, p. 24
              7. [+]
                February 21, 1979 Issue = 28 Articles
                1. Fear of Crime Greatest When Power Is Least by John Judis, p. 2
                2. D.C. Police Corral Farmers and Tractors by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                3. Women Will Suffer from Budget Cut by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                4. The Right Moves in by John Judis, p. 4
                5. How to Win Over Labor and Blacks by John Judis, p. 5
                6. WRL Anti-Bomb Protesters Sentenced by Susan Jaffe, p. 6
                7. Monitor Rejects South Africa Ad by Joel Rogers, p. 6
                8. Shipyard Workers Want Autonomy in the Workplace by David Moberg, p. 7
                9. Letelier Convictions by Max Weisenfeld, p. 7
                10. Farmers by Jo Freeman, p. 8
                11. Bella Steals Spotlight by Jo Freeman, p. 8
                12. Indira Gandhi Doesn't Threaten Janata by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
                13. Ayatollah's Chief Engineer by Fred Halliday, p. 10
                14. CIA Ignored Agent's Warning by Nico Haasbroek, p. 11
                15. Dayan Floats PLO Balloon, Draws Flak by David Mandel, p. 11
                16. High School Tragedy by Robert McClory, pp. 12-13
                17. Debate Needed on Left Road to 1980, p. 14
                18. Letters, p. 15
                19. Cater's Budget Puts Him in No-Win Position for 1980 Elections by John Conkers, p. 16
                20. Orthopraxis Challenges Orthodoxy in New Latin American Church by Joe Holland, p. 16
                21. The Road to 1980, p. 17
                22. Vietnam Justified in Its Kampuchea Intervention by Manning Marable, p. 18
                23. Vietnam Violating Unalienable Right of Self-Determination by John Rossen, p. 18
                24. McGraw Hill Fights AmEx to a Draw by Walter Powell, pp. 19-20
                25. Beauty Parlor of Humiliation Promises Sadism without Guilt by Al Auster, p. 21
                26. [+]
                  Ladies' Man Shows Urban Loneliness of Working Class Hero by Leonard Quart, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Ladies' Man by Richard Price
                27. New Feminist Music Expands Audience by Myrna Greenfield, p. 23
                28. Bologna by Jonathan Fisher, p. 24
              8. [+]
                February 28, 1979 Issue = 27 Articles
                1. Socialist Candidate Running Strong in Santa Cruz, p. 2
                2. A Two Thousand Year Old War? by Wilfred Burchett, p. 3
                3. Democratic Socialists Move Left by John Judis, p. 4
                4. DSOC Votes to Explore NAM Merger by John Judis, p. 5
                5. Scientists Charge NIOSH Cover-Up by Bob Datz, p. 6
                6. Anti-Nuke Folks Gaining Support by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 6
                7. Farm Worker's Funeral Draws 10,000 by Larry Remer, p. 7
                8. Labor Lukewarm on Wage Insurance Plan by Josh Martin, p. 8
                9. European Left Condemns China for Its Invasion by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                10. Labour's Hope for Victory Dimmed by Incomes Policy by Patrick Wintour, p. 10
                11. Islam Is Growing As a Third Force in Modern Politics by David Knights, p. 11
                12. The Sickest Patient. by Patrick Lacefield, pp. 12-13
                13. Chinese Thunder Shakes the World, p. 14
                14. For Carter There's a Meany on the Left, p. 14
                15. Letters, p. 15
                16. Will Oil Millions Make Saudi Arabia the Next Petro-Domino to Fall? by Peter A. Iseman, p. 16
                17. Pope John Paul Steers Middle Course between Church Left and Right by Joe Holland, p. 16
                18. Carter Throws Peanuts to Cities by Mare A. Welsa and Erica Schocnberger, p. 17
                19. Pro: Does Free Abortion Hurt the Poor and Minorities? by Elizabeth Moore, p. 18
                20. Con: Does Free Abortion Hurt the Poor and Minorities? by Karen Mulhauser, p. 18
                21. Basketball Star Raps Recruiters and Team Owners by Mark Naison, p. 19
                22. [+]
                  Youth Murders Follow Movie and Boost Attendance Rates by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. The Warriors (1979 Film) by Walter Hill
                23. Gangs by Ianthe Thomas, p. 20
                24. [+]
                  Ancient Tale of Violence Updated with Visual Flair by Kea Stavis, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. The Warriors (1979 Film) by Walter Hill
                25. Festivals Reveal Beauty and Strength of Regional Cultures by Pat Aufderheide, p. 22
                26. I Changed My Clothes, Butididn't Change My Soul by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                27. Through a Glass, Dimly by Gwenda Blair, p. 24
              9. [+]
                March 7, 1979 Issue = 31 Articles
                1. Is the Left Always Right? by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Vietnam Diplomat by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                3. Mercy Killing for ERA by Bob McMahon, p. 2
                4. Chicago Machine Stalled by Lori Granger, p. 3
                5. Ypsilanti Nominates Fifth Socialist by Eric Jackson, p. 3
                6. Square Tomatoes Bring Round Figures by Larry Remer, p. 4
                7. Chavez Asks Boycott as Violence Erupts by Larry Remer, p. 4
                8. Voters Back Kucinich against Business by Roldo Bartimole, pp. 5-6
                9. Demonstrators Scare Off Arms Sellers by John S. Appel, p. 7
                10. Puebla Failed Radicals... by Cedric Belfrage, p. 8
                11. But Radical Priests will Go on Doing Their Thing by Michael Wilpers, pp. 8-9
                12. French Steel Workers Fight to Save Jobs by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                13. Tribunal Cites Willy Brandt's "Radical Decree" by Andrei S. Markovits and Christopher S. Allen, p. 10
                14. Capital Shortage, Not Persecution, Drives Out Viets by Chris Mullin, p. 11
                15. Winning Side Forgets the UN' by Richard Goldensohn, p. 11
                16. An Office on the Head of a Pin by John Markoff and Jon Stewart, pp. 12-14
                17. The "Waiting for Teddy" Addiction, p. 15
                18. Litters, p. 16
                19. Dangerous Change in U.S. Nuclear Strategy by George Hunsinger, p. 16
                20. Needed, p. 17
                21. Liberal Anti-Feminist Politics Lies behind Carter's Firing of Abzug by Zillah Eisenstein, p. 18
                22. Weber Case Offers New Opportunity for Broad Anti-Racist Coalition by Manning Marable, p. 18
                23. Violence Replaces Skill on Ice by James Celenza, p. 19
                24. NHL Owners Play for Blood by Marty Jezer, p. 19
                25. Racism Sells Boxing Match Tickets by Mark Naison, p. 20
                26. Lightweights Show More Talent by Joe Heumann, p. 20
                27. U.S.-Soviet Co-Production Makes Cliched War History by Lenny Rubinstein, p. 21
                28. Slums and Skylines Clash in Iranian Film by Lynn Garafola, p. 22
                29. Singers Take Jara's Advice by Douglas Clark, p. 23
                30. New Song' Lives, Grows In Exile by Cynthia Brown, p. 23
                31. Only Some of God's Children Got Shows. by Judith Stein, p. 24
              10. [+]
                March 14, 1979 Issue = 24 Articles
                1. Progress Alliance Shows Progress by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Heads May Roll, But Machine Gears May Still Mesh by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. Left-Wing Lawyers Rebuff Maoists by Gina Lobaco, p. 4
                4. Two Socialists Elected to Santa Cruz Council by Bruce Dancis, p. 4
                5. The Farmers Take Their Case to Hill by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                6. Son of S-1 Gets a Hearing in House by John Fleming, p. 6
                7. I Don't See How a Person Can Put up with all This. by Tom Gordon, p. 7
                8. Coalition Exposes the New South by Jay D. Jurie, pp. 7-8
                9. Election Boosts the Suarez Regime and Basque Terrorists by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                10. China Wants World Power, Viets Say by Wilfred Burchett, p. 10
                11. But China Fears Soviet 'Hegemonism' by Franz Schurmann, p. 11
                12. Fun with Don & Jane by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn and M.J. Sklar, pp. 12-14
                13. Letters, p. 15
                14. California Summer by Michael P. Lerner, p. 16
                15. Commemoration the '30s by Harry Brill, p. 16
                16. The "Invisible Hand" behind Deregulation by Gregory C. Staple, p. 17
                17. A Statement On China's Viet Invasion, p. 18
                18. Moving to the Right by Manning Marable, p. 18
                19. Feisty FANS Revives in Bay Area by Michael Kazin, p. 19
                20. A Interview with Dancer Paul Sanasardo by Charlie Vernon, p. 20
                21. Foundations and Feds Fund Dance in U.S. by Eden Clorfene, pp. 20-22
                22. Two Replies Lynch by Roberta Lynch, p. 23
                23. Wavaw by Julia London and Joan Howarth, p. 23
                24. Biting the Had that Pinches by David Helvarg, p. 24
              11. [+]
                March 21, 1979 Issue = 26 Articles
                1. Still Arguing about What Vietnam Meant by Julie Ogletree, p. 2
                2. Caution Greets Treaty News by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. The U.S. Strategic Policy Debate by John Judis, pp. 4-5
                4. Meatcutters Fight for a Contract by Clare Raulerson and John Buckley, p. 6
                5. J. P. Stevens Takes Tougher Stance against Union by Jack Mann, p. 6
                6. Now Wins Jobs on the Waterfront by Jo Freeman, pp. 7-8
                7. Women Protest Loss of Freedoms in the Revolution by Eric Leif Davin, p. 9
                8. A Show of U.S. Force as South Fights North by Robert A. Manning, pp. 9-10
                9. Vietnamese Leadership Perseveres by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                10. What've You Won for US Lately? by Barbara Raskin, pp. 12-13
                11. The Hardest Steps Remain to Be Taken, p. 14
                12. Kucinich & Byrne, p. 14
                13. Letters, p. 15
                14. Chicago's Elections by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
                15. Investment for Whom? Steelworkers Fight to Save 'Our Steel Mill' by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
                16. Pope Seen as Backing Puebla's Leftward Course for Latin Church by Joe Holland, p. 17
                17. Carter's Strong Program for Shifting Income and Prices Upward by Harry Brill, p. 18
                18. [+]
                  Suffrage and the Roots of Modern U.S. Feminism by Ilene Philipson, p. 18 - 1 Review
                  1. Feminism and Suffrage by Ellen Carol Dubois
                19. Einstein's Universe Becomes Ours Too by Bob Yevevich, p. 19
                20. Gravity Waves May Prove General Relativity Theory by Michael Goldhaber, p. 19
                21. Cuba's Most Creative Band Goes North by John Storm Roberts, p. 20
                22. [+]
                  Sontag Etc. by Richard Kazis, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. I, Etcetera by Susan Sontag
                23. Tut' Rekindles Egyptomania with High-Profit Exhibition by Alan Wallach, p. 22
                24. Boomtown Rats by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                25. The Rats Reviewed by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                26. The Relatively Unknown Einstein, p. 24
              12. [+]
                March 28, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. It Could Be Anyone's Game by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. The "National Security" Hoax by John Junkerman, p. 3
                3. Energy Department Threatens Jail by John Junkerman, p. 3
                4. Truckers Fear Contract Concessions by David Moberg, p. 4
                5. A Dream of a Teamster Dissident by Mike Kelly, p. 4
                6. Non-Driving Teamsters Often Don't Get Much for Their Union Dues by Steve Askin, pp. 5-6
                7. FBI Manufactured AIM's Marshall's Conviction by Karen Northcott, p. 7
                8. Tupelo Marches Again by Nick Sullivan, p. 7
                9. [+]
                  How Did They Get Where They Are? by David Moberg, p. 8 - 2 Reviews
                  1. The Teamsters by Steven Brill
                  2. The Hoffa Wars by Dan E. Moldea
                10. The Treaty Advances, So Do the Doubts by David Mandel, p. 9
                11. Inco Workers Challenge Giant by Doug Smith, p. 10
                12. Levesque Remains Mystery by Malcolm Reid, p. 10
                13. Medvedev Tells of Soviets' China Fears by Roy Medvedev, p. 11
                14. Et Tu, Cesar? by Eric Davin, p. 12
                15. Why California by Larry Remer, pp. 12-13
                16. Government H-Bombs Free Press, p. 14
                17. Letters, p. 15
                18. How the Spanish Left Is Moving to Democracy by Leonard Lamb and William Susman, p. 15
                19. Union's Anti-Weber Brief May Well Win the Case But Will Lose the Cause by Laurence R. Sperber, p. 16
                20. Revival of the Draft Is Part of Larger Design to Revive the Cold War by John Rossen, p. 16
                21. Bad Times Are Good for Big Business, But Bad for the American People by Harry Brill, pp. 17-18
                22. Let Us Now Praise Working Women by Lynn Garafola, p. 19
                23. [+]
                  Coal Strikers' Story Told with Apologies by Jeffrey Gillenkirk, p. 19 - 1 Review
                  1. The Guns of Lattimer by Michael Novak
                24. Women's Records Bloom by Myrna S. Greenfield, p. 20
                25. Interview with Holly Near by Connie McKenna, p. 20
                26. Holocaust Touches Off Storm of Moral Debate by Theo Blomquist, pp. 21-22
                27. Reactions to Roots II by Lawrence W. Levine, Manning Marable, and Eric Foner, ..., p. 23
                28. Hot Core by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                29. A Political Premiere by Larry Remer, p. 24
            2. [+]
              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1979 = 13 Issues, 349 Articles
              1. [+]
                April 4, 1979 Issue = 26 Articles
                1. Schizophrenia Hits German Leftists by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. Mideast Treaty by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                3. Is a West Bank State Possible? by Ken Giles, p. 3
                4. Teachers Strike by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                5. Kansas City Election by Ellen Deirdre Murphy, p. 5
                6. Weber Protest by Frederick Stern, p. 5
                7. Arms and Their Uses by John Judis, p. 6
                8. Another Phony Arms Scare by John Judis, pp. 6-7
                9. West Bengal's Poverty Moves It Left by Mervyn Jones, p. 8
                10. France by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                11. The Oscars by Pat Aufderheide, p. 11
                12. The Qkcat Hollywood's Advertisements for Itself by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 11-13
                13. Should ITT Debate Abortion?, p. 14
                14. The Abortion Debate, p. 15
                15. Letters, p. 16
                16. H-Bomb Secret Is Public Knowledge, p. 17
                17. The Defeat of SALT II Would Be a Defeat for Peace Movement by Harry C. Boyte, p. 17
                18. Pollsters, Activists Show a Working People's New Left Is Now Emerging by George L. Corsetti, p. 18
                19. Managers Play Musical Chairs by Lester Rodney, p. 19
                20. Epic Posturing Doesn't Make It Art by Joe Webb, p. 20
                21. Empty Rites and Unreal Characters by Ruth McCormick, p. 20
                22. [+]
                  War Films Dominate Festival by Ruth McCormick, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. The Deer Hunter (1978 Film) by Michael Cimino
                23. [+]
                  New Left Memories Reflect Weaknesses of the "Movement" by Al Richmond, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. They Should Have Served That Cup of Coffee by Dick Cluster
                24. Music: Is Jazz Back? It Never Left by Derk Richardson, p. 23
                25. Marking by Tom Wayman, p. 23
                26. Rite of Spring by Marc Gunther and Warren Goldstein, p. 24
              2. [+]
                April 11, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. The Industry's Troubles Mount by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. The China Syndrome Sequel by Joanna Foley, p. 3
                3. Weber Case by Barbara Koeppel, p. 4
                4. Teamsters by David Moberg, p. 5
                5. Reality Is Satire, p. 5
                6. Law And Order by Nick Sullivan, p. 6
                7. Heronner by Lori Granger, p. 6
                8. Reproductive Rights by Lori Granger, p. 7
                9. Five Thousand March in New York by Susan Jaffe, p. 7
                10. Ordinance on the Competition by Naomi Lazard, p. 8
                11. Battles Over Nuclear Power Loom by Bruce Vandervort, p. 9
                12. China Defectors by Wilfred Burchett, p. 10
                13. Iran: Only the Ayatollah Knows What's Next by Eric Leif Davin, p. 11
                14. Beneath the Unanimity by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                15. He saw a New Death by Saul Landau and Jack Willis, p. 12
                16. New Death by Paul Jacobs, p. 13
                17. Nuclear Industry Tries to Stop Film by John Kalish, p. 13
                18. Melting Down the America Syndrome, p. 14
                19. Letters, p. 15
                20. [+]
                  Workplace Conflict Reshapes Work and Class by Michael Reich, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. Contested Terrain by Richard C. Edwards
                21. [+]
                  Ambiguous Legacy of the Bolshevik Revolution by Paul Wolman, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The Bolsheviks Come to Power by Alexander Rabinowitch
                22. Government-Business Stats Catch Labor in Productivity-Crap-Trap by Thomas Brom, pp. 17-18
                23. Opposition to Nuclear Dump Grows by Peter R. Melnick, p. 19
                24. Money Puts Heat on Women's Game by Barry Jacobs, p. 20
                25. Midwest Takes Men's Basketball by Joe Heumann, p. 20
                26. Conservative Style Works Well with Shakespeare Plays by Mathew Winston, p. 21
                27. This Utopia's a Nice Place to Visit, But... by Fluffy Golod, p. 22
                28. Music: The Woman with the Big Bad Mouth by Georgia Christgau, p. 23
                29. Cardboard Battlefields by Lenny Rubinstein, p. 24
              3. [+]
                April 18, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Socialist-Feminists Convene at Harvard by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 2
                2. An $11 Billion a Year Oil Price Increase by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. The Nuclear by Elise Vider, p. 4
                4. If Only They Had Inspected Error by Gary Nielson, p. 4
                5. NRC Covers Up Radiation by Ernest Sternglass, p. 4
                6. Protesters Sweep Nation by Alan Barnes, p. 5
                7. Submarines by Patrick Lacefield, p. 6
                8. Death Penalty by Tom Gordon, p. 7
                9. Massachusetts by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 7
                10. French Socialists Inch Left by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                11. Communists Welcome the June 10 Elections by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                12. Vietnam by Wilfred Burchett, p. 9
                13. Italy by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                14. Northern Ireland by Dennis O'Hearn, p. 10
                15. Spanish Cities by Casey Blake, p. 11
                16. What's good for General Motors is good for General Motors by Glenn Yago, pp. 12-14
                17. Letters, pp. 15-16
                18. The Road to 1980 by Michael Harrington, p. 17
                19. Cogeneration Is the Answer by Bev Eaton, p. 18
                20. Why Juan Can't Graduate by Joanna Foley, p. 19
                21. Lights! Camera! Funding? by Marc N. Weiss, pp. 20-21
                22. My Daddy, He Laid My Mama off. by Jan Rosenberg, p. 22
                23. Television by Al Auster, p. 23
                24. The Return of the Rock'n'Roll Wiseass by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                25. Art at Work by Jan Rosenberg and Fred Siegel, p. 24
              4. [+]
                April 25, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. Proposition 13 Begets California Renters' Rebellion by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Steel Union Southern Challenge Stalled by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. UAW Ignores Guidelines by David Moberg, p. 3
                4. In Short, p. 4
                5. Dissidents Oppose New Teamster Pact by Mike Kelly, p. 5
                6. Nuclear Arms by Spencer Sherman, pp. 5-6
                7. Civil Liberties by Putrick Lacofield, pp. 7-8
                8. Operator, Give Me Tehran, Iran. You Say It's What? by Eric Leif Davin, p. 9
                9. Arrests and Disappearances Spark a Left/Right Showdown by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                10. Argentina by Horacio Lofredo, p. 10
                11. Northern Ireland by Dennis O'Hearn, p. 11
                12. Southeast Asia by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                13. Q by Robert Scott and Richard Carlson, pp. 12-13
                14. Carter's Declaration of Dependence, p. 14
                15. Warfare State Taxes, p. 14
                16. Letters, p. 15
                17. From the Grassroots by Manning Marable, p. 16
                18. [+]
                  Hard Facts, Hard Knocks Lie at the End of Zuckerman's Rainbow by Martin Green, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. From Apes to Warlords: 1904-46 by Solly Zuckerman
                19. Nuclear Economics by Harry Brill, p. 17
                20. [+]
                  Perils of a Left Paper in U.S. by Michael Munk, p. 18 - 1 Review
                  1. Something to Guard by Cedric Belfrage and James Aronson
                21. Teaching Pride and Power by Steve Fisher, p. 19
                22. [+]
                  Coalfield Families Tell Their Sides of the Story by Steve Fisher, p. 19 - 1 Review
                  1. In Our Blood by Matt Witt
                23. Angry Umps Call an "Out" by Beth Bogart, p. 20
                24. Black Worker's Journal by Jeremy Brecher, p. 21
                25. Doctor Prescribes "No Nukes" by Rob Wilson Okun, p. 21
                26. World's Best Rock Band by Bruce Dancis, p. 22
                27. Shakespeare for Export Creates Mini-Industry by Mathew Winston, p. 23
                28. Quality TV' Goes 'Bargain Basement' by Albert Auster, p. 23
                29. Misapplied Physics by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
              5. [+]
                May 2, 1979 Issue = 26 Articles
                1. Race Relations Recalls '60s Mood by Florence Levinsohn, p. 2
                2. Nader Talks with Mayor Byrne by Laura Cianci, p. 2
                3. Black Judge Enrages Police and Mayor by John Kalish, p. 3
                4. In Short by Laura Cianci, Ellen Cantarow, and Paul Engelman, p. 4
                5. City Jails 150 Black Marchers by Robert Schulbarg, p. 5
                6. Company Says Quit or Be Sterilized by Joanna Foley, p. 5
                7. Mexican Leftist Denied Asylum in U.S. by John S. Appel, p. 6
                8. UMW Borad Member Ambushed by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                9. Muzorewa Succeeds Smith But Smith the Real Winner by Robert Manning, p. 9
                10. Danes Grant Home Rule by Martin Burcharth, p. 9
                11. Palestinian Issue Must Be Settled, p. 10
                12. Germany Drags Poor Cousins into Money System by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                13. Federal Election Pits French against English, Labor against Capital by Doug Smith, pp. 11-13
                14. Will Pinochet Get Away with Murder?, p. 14
                15. Letters, p. 15
                16. In Education Today "Integration" Wars against Black Equality by Manning Marable, p. 16
                17. We're Not Struggling to Find a Definition, But we Are Struggling by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 16
                18. Leland Stauber's "Socialism That Works" Is a Capitalist Facelift, p. 17
                19. Political Potpourri by Jay Shepherd, pp. 17-18
                20. Small Is Beautiful for Newspaper That Exposed Synanon by Jon Stewart, p. 19
                21. Networks Look Forward to Fed's Hand-Off Policy by Michael Massing, p. 20
                22. Beyond Classics Comics with Marx and Lenin by Paul Thomas, p. 21
                23. Ike: Only Mock Heroics by Albert Auster, p. 22
                24. Improbable Improvisations by Kenneth Terry, p. 23
                25. Isabel Letelier by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                26. Dividends of Guilt by Laura Cianci, p. 24
              6. [+]
                May 9, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Sadlowski Forces Score Some Gains in Steelworker Vote by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. Rocky Flats by Timothy Lange, p. 3
                3. In Short by Laura Cianci, David Moberg, Jon Kalish, and Florence H. Levinshi, ..., p. 4
                4. Navajo Miners Die of Cancer by David Feldman, p. 5
                5. Vermont Uranium Site by Alan Abbey and Laura King, p. 5
                6. An Abortion Rights Group Adjusts Its Strategy and Image by Jo Freeman, p. 6
                7. House Resolution Sparks Debate on Draft by A. Lin Neumann, p. 7
                8. With the Guerrillas at a Sandinista Mountain Hideout by Leo Gabriel, pp. 8-9
                9. Government Unites Divided French Left by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                10. Perhaps a Great Notion. by John Judis, pp. 11-14
                11. Black Face White Rule in Rhodesia, p. 15
                12. Letters, p. 16
                13. My Friends Are Dying Again in Nicaragua... by Richard Elman, p. 16
                14. Left Can Offer Vision to Counter Passivity on Nuclear Power by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
                15. At Boston University an Injury to One Is an Injury to All by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
                16. Reassessing King's Rich Political Legacy by M. Ron Karenga, p. 18
                17. Basketball Still a Schoolyard Game by Fred Siegel, p. 19
                18. Taxpayers Doom Domed Stadium by Jon Kerr, p. 19
                19. I've Got What It Takes. by Derk Richardson, p. 20
                20. Recorded Legends by Derk Richardson, p. 21
                21. Bley-Ing Everything by Marty Jezer, p. 21
                22. Phil Ochs Died Twice by Beth Bogart, p. 22
                23. Daumier Drew Bourgeoisie with Acid Eye by Todd Gitlin, p. 23
                24. Village People Go Straight by Tom Smucker, p. 23
                25. Howard Cosell Takes on Sports Writers and the Sports Business. by Peter Picard, p. 24
              7. [+]
                May 16, 1979 Issue = 27 Articles
                1. Carter Worsens Energy Crisis with AMTRAK Cuts by Patrick Lacefield, p. 2
                2. 100000 Say, "Shut' Em Down!" by Joanna Foley, p. 3
                3. Carter Rejects Demand by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                4. Old Hands, Fresh Faces by Jo Freeman, p. 3
                5. Hospital Workers Demonstrate by Richard Goldensohn, p. 4
                6. Hospital Must Negotiate by Laura Cianci, p. 4
                7. Senate Hears Farm Workers by Merle Werner, p. 4
                8. Post Office Pulls a Fast One by Laura Cianci, p. 4
                9. Brown Cultivates Pro-Business Image as 1980 Approaches by Larry Remer, pp. 5-6
                10. An Insurgent within the Insurgency by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                11. Thatcher Gets Votes, But Not Mandate by Barbara Schaaf, p. 9
                12. Red Brigades Leave Mark on Elections by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                13. China Army Used Human Wave Tactic by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                14. Viet Head Scores China by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                15. Plugging in Public Power by Josh Martin, p. 12
                16. Westchester Blackouts Con Ed by Lincoln Dianmant, p. 13
                17. Malign Neglect and Solar Reconstruction, p. 14
                18. Letters, pp. 15-16
                19. Pope Brings Old Dogma Face to Face with Conflicts of the Modern World by Joe Holland, p. 17
                20. A Workable Socialism, Part I by Leland Stauber, p. 18
                21. [+]
                  Hess' Folksy Fantasy Flunks Political Test by Arthur Levy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                  1. Community Technology by Karl Hess
                22. Coming Out as a Socialist in Tucson by Norty Wheeler, p. 19
                23. Guilt Goes Out in Drag by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                24. Deer Hunter Stirs Up Confusion Disguised as Social Controversy by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                25. [+]
                  The Drum Has Survived by Roberto Maraues, pp. 21-22 - 1 Review
                  1. Cimarron: Poems by Ricardo Alonso
                26. [+]
                  Halberstam, Panderer to the "Powers That Be" by Alexander Cockburn, p. 23 - 1 Review
                  1. The Powers That Be by David Halberstam
                27. It's Not Only Rock and Roll by Bruce Dancis, p. 24
              8. [+]
                May 23, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. TDU Becoming Main Opposition in Teamsters by Mike Kelly, p. 2
                2. Salt II May Bomb in Senate by Patrick Lacefield, p. 3
                3. In Short by Laura Cianci, p. 4
                4. Seattle Unions Get Tough with Bank by Michelle Celarier, p. 5
                5. Labor Coalition Hears Commoner by Pat Strandt, pp. 5-6
                6. Judge Dismisses Sears Suit to Stop Affirmative Action by Robin Schulberg, p. 7
                7. Health Insurance Act Is Announced by Florence H. Levinsohn, p. 7
                8. Trade with Egypt Glimmers on Horizon by David Mandel, p. 8
                9. Eurocommunism and Left Unity Back by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                10. NDP Gains Votes But Rightists Win by Mark Bostwick, p. 10
                11. Western Pressure Is Leading to a New Regional Approach by "Our South African Correspondent", p. 11
                12. Hanging of Mahlangu, p. 11
                13. Tinker Tech by Ellen Perley Frank, pp. 12-13
                14. Letters, p. 14
                15. Our Special Obligation by Joseph M. Schwartz, p. 15
                16. [+]
                  A Balanced Budget and the Expansion of the Public Sector, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The Federal Budget and Social Reconstruction by Marcus G. Raskin
                17. German Social Dems Look to New Europe, p. 16
                18. Productivity Crisis' by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 17
                19. A Workable Socialism, Part II by Leland Stauber, p. 18
                20. The Latest Fashion in Social Disease by John Judis, pp. 19-20
                21. The City Outside History by C. Richard Hatch, p. 21
                22. Big Money on and Off Campus by Mark Naison, p. 21
                23. [+]
                  A Wobbly Romance by Len De Caux, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Bisbee '17 by Robert Houston
                24. Taxpayers Meet Artists by Beth Bogart, p. 23
                25. An Interview with Jessica Mitford by David Talbot, p. 24
              9. [+]
                May 30, 1979 Issue = 26 Articles
                1. 25th Anniversary of Brown Is a Time for Celebration by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 2
                2. Oil Companies Fueled the Gas Shortage by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. In Short by Laura Cianci, p. 4
                4. San Francisco Erupts after White Verdict by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 4
                5. China and USSR Will Talk Again by Florence H. Levinsohn, p. 4
                6. McNamara Sparks an '80s-Style Protest by Laura Cianci, p. 5
                7. Kerr-McGee Loses Silkwood Suit by Howard Kohn, p. 5
                8. A Black Political Party? by James Quinn, p. 6
                9. New Myths Sustain Segregated Schools by Willis D. Hawley, pp. 7-8
                10. Israeli Peace People Back Palestinians by David Mandel, p. 9
                11. Gonzalez Resigns When Party Doesn't Reject Marxist Tag by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                12. To Stop U.S.-Cuba Normalizing, Terrorists Go Back to Assassinations by Connie Paige, p. 10
                13. No One Knows How Many by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                14. Cambodian Head Admits Food Woes by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                15. Fueling a Third Party by Jon Kalish, pp. 12-13
                16. Pass the SALT and Raze the Ammunition, p. 14
                17. Letters, p. 15
                18. [+]
                  A New History of Jewish Americans and the Left by Fred Siegel, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. Jews and the Left by Arthur Liebman
                19. Salt Treaty "Regulates" But Does Not Stop Nuclear Escalation by Patrick Lacefield, pp. 17-18
                20. Women Learn Quickly in Co-Ed Class by Anita Diamant, p. 19
                21. Athletes Not Educated by Mark Naison, p. 19
                22. Woody Allen's Last Tango in Manhattan by John Judis, p. 20
                23. Women's Music Seeks "Natural Market" by Myrna S. Greenfield, p. 21
                24. [+]
                  Real Life in the Dream Factory by Ken Margolis, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Creative Differences by Barbara Zheutlin and David Talbot
                25. The Orient Expressed by David Lelyveld, p. 23
                26. Retro Fashion by Laurie Stone, p. 24
              10. [+]
                June 6, 1979 Issue = 30 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by John Judis, p. 2
                2. The Klan Rises again in the New South by Tom Gordon, p. 3
                3. A "Thud" Hard from the Cockpit Could Be Clue, p. 4
                4. Chicago Mayor's Picnic Bombs by Florence Levinsohn, p. 4
                5. Iranian Sheikh by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                6. Coalition Charges Rail Shutdown Is Economic Suicide by Josh Martin, p. 5
                7. Suit against Bechtel Bucks Weber by Maria Taylor, p. 5
                8. Shanker Finagling to Wrest AFT Control from Teachers by Lois Weiner, p. 6
                9. Gays Outraged by Dan White Verdict by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 7
                10. Church Groups Seek Better Ties with Labor by Charles Rooney, pp. 7-8
                11. "Joe Who" Wins a Bare Plurality by Doug Smith, p. 9
                12. New Labor Reforms Don't Challenge Apartheid, pp. 9-10
                13. Ecevit Regime Bites the IMF's Bullet by Schofield Coryell, p. 11
                14. U.S. Senate OKs Aid by John Felton, pp. 11-13
                15. Liberals Drift with Hawks Back to Draft, p. 14
                16. Letters, p. 15
                17. Illusion and Realities in the Movement for Equality in America by Manning Marable, p. 16
                18. Thoroughbreds vs. Mules by Monte Bute, p. 16
                19. The Time Has Come for Socialized Energy by Andrew J. Winnick, p. 17
                20. The Road to 1980 by Douglas Fraser, p. 18
                21. The Clue of the Hydrogen Bubble by Daniel M. Pisello, p. 19
                22. Four Critics Address the Musical Question by Bruce Dancis, p. 20
                23.  ---  by Abe Peck, p. 20
                24.  ---  by Tom Smucker, p. 20
                25.  ---  by Georgia Christgau, p. 21
                26. Blind Ambition by Al Auster, p. 22
                27. [+]
                  Only the Dead Know Pittsburgh by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 1 Review
                  1. Dawn of the Dead (1978 Film) by George A. Romero
                28. Cinema Verite? by Eric Leif Davin, p. 23
                29. Romero's Vision by Lenny Rubinstein, p. 23
                30. Red Diaper Daddy by David Wellman, p. 24
              11. [+]
                June 13, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. Spenkelink Died Death Penalty Opponents Grieved, p. 2
                2. Lance Trial May Help Carter by Pat Watters, p. 3
                3. In Short, p. 4
                4. Protests Put Industry on the Defensive by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 5
                5. The United League Forces End to Arrests by Robin Schulberg, p. 6
                6. Independent Union Is Organized in New York by Josh Martin, p. 6
                7. Gay/Black Ties Fray in Post-Milk Era by Michael Singer, p. 7
                8. Gay Leader Seeks Change in Campaign Disclosure by Eric Leif Davin, p. 7
                9. Special Nuclear Subsidies Challenged by Josh Martin, p. 8
                10. In Its Confusion, Italian Left Stumbles by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                11. Hungry for Jobs, European Unions Push 35-Hour Week by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                12. Fear and Weakness Over Peace Treaty May Make It Work by Arthur Hertzberg, p. 11
                13. Democracy Threatens Nepal by Patrick Lacefield, p. 11
                14. Organizing in the Sexual Ghetto by Peter Dreier, pp. 12-13
                15. Letters, p. 14
                16. Hispanic Emerging as Powerful New Force in American Politics by Jose La Luz, p. 15
                17. China May Play Big Role in Shaping Zimbabwe's Political Future by Richard L. Sklar, p. 15
                18. Nickel-Diming the Poor with Middle Class Bias by Lanier Rand Holt and Robert F. Kelly, p. 16
                19. [+]
                  Exhaustion of Liberal-Conservative Politics by David Levitt, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The Parties by Henry Fairlie
                20. Will Local Populism Lead to a New Progressivism? by Frank Riessman, p. 17
                21. Long Island Demonstration by Jon Kalish, p. 18
                22. The News by David Moberg, p. 19
                23. Interview with Herbert Gans by David Moberg, p. 19
                24. Olympic Lust Bends Apartheid, p. 20
                25. NBA Play-Offs Finally End by Mark Naison, p. 20
                26. New Orleans Festival Celebrates Jazz Heritage by David Feld, p. 21
                27. Syndicated Pablum by Al Auster and Len Quart, p. 22
                28. Cannes by Ruth McCormick, p. 23
                29. Cook Your Own Goose. by Jon Kalish, p. 24
              12. [+]
                June 20, 1979 Issue = 27 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Muchachos' Battle the 'Beasts' by Victoria Schultz, p. 3
                3. Low-Level Radiation Risks Minimized by Jim Ford, p. 4
                4. David Sibeko Dead in Tanzania by Robin Schulberg, p. 4
                5. World's Costliest Missile Gets Carter O.K. in Treaty Bid by David Cortright and Virginia Witt, p. 5
                6. High Court Upholds Veterans Preference by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                7. Clerks, Meatcutters Form One Big Union by Barbara Koeppel, p. 6
                8. Unions are Slipping, Activists are Told by Pat Strandt, p. 7
                9. Protesters Stop Klan Attacks by Jeff Elliott, p. 7
                10. Unions, Left Groups Coalesce to Oppose Corporate Power by Joseph M. Schwartz, p. 8
                11. DOE Is Pushing New Mexico Plutonium Dump by Dede Feldman, p. 9
                12. Eurosocialists Fail to Win a Majority by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                13. Business Booms for the Falls Taxis by Dennis O'Hearn, p. 11
                14. Tax Check-Off Stirs Wide Protests by Jack Kurt Jacobsen, pp. 11-13
                15. These Days They are all Nowhere Men, p. 14
                16. Letters, p. 15
                17. Three Mile Island Shows Feminist Vision Is Vital to American Socialism by Elayne Rapping, p. 16
                18. [+]
                  A Soviet View of American-Russian Relations by William Appleman Williams, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. Russia and the United States by Nikolai V. Sivachev and Nikolai N. Yakovlev
                19. Bringing Socialist Ideas Back down to Earth by Irving Weinstein, p. 17
                20. [+]
                  The War in Vietnam Was No Aberration, a New Book Proves by Jack Colhoun, p. 18 - 1 Review
                  1. The Irony of Vietnam by Leslie H. Gelb and Richard K. Betts
                21. A. Philip Randolph, Leader of Blacks and Socialists by Manning Marable, p. 19
                22. [+]
                  Black Macho, White Chic by M. Ron Karenga, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman by Michele Wallace
                23. [+]
                  60s Communes Provided Vision of the Future by Richard Kazis, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. Co-Ops, Communes and Collectives by John Case and Rosemary C.R. Taylor
                24. Artists Form Anti-Racist Coalition by Eva Cockcroft, p. 22
                25. Scared Straight!, a Successful Hype by Jim Bonmaz, p. 23
                26. Gruesome Truths of Prison Life by Theo Blomquist, p. 23
                27. Ruffian in the Diamond by Vicky O'Hara, p. 24
              13. [+]
                June 27, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. SALT II Is Signed at Low Key Summit by Bruce Vandervort, p. 3
                3. Treaty May Be Amended to Death by John Judis, p. 3
                4. Striking Newspaper Workers Produce Their Own by Joseph White, p. 4
                5. Nation by Tom Gordon and James A. Young, p. 4
                6. Labor Fights to Keep Even by David Moberg, p. 5
                7. Ethel Was Framed in Atom Bomb Trial by James Weinstein, p. 6
                8. The Hyde Amendment Comes up Again by Jo Freeman, p. 7
                9. Texas Killing and Attacks Alarm Activists by Harvey Wasserman, p. 8
                10. A Leader of the New Rebel Government Talks about the War by Victoria Schultz, p. 9
                11. The Left Divides on the Truth about Vietnamese Oppression by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 10
                12. Shuttered Factories, Shattered Communities by David Moberg, pp. 11-14
                13. We're U.S. Inc. - Doing What We Do Best., p. 15
                14. Letters, p. 16
                15. Mr. Hyde Robs the Poor in Congress, Rewards Charity in Silver Bowls by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
                16. "Not by Desegregation Alone" by Manning Marable, p. 17
                17. How I Ran for Election... and How I Lost by Roy Medvedev, p. 18
                18. How You Play the Game by Jim Ford, p. 19
                19. Moral Ambiguity in the West by Morris Dickstein, p. 20
                20. Pickford, the People's Choice by Al Auster, p. 20
                21. Reggae Rhythms Mix with Soul and Disco by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
                22. Narcissism and Feminism by Lew Friedland and Stephanie Engel, p. 22
                23. An American's Journey on Highway 1 by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
                24. Bob Richter, Independent Filmmaker by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
                25. Dying to Work by Daniel Ben-Horin, p. 24
            3. [+]
              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1979 = 11 Issues, 273 Articles
              1. [+]
                July 4, 1979 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. Truckers by Laura Cianci, p. 3
                3. Federal Workers Reject Carter's Wage Cap by A. Lin Neumann, p. 4
                4. China-Viet Exchange Prisoners by Wilfred Burchett, p. 4
                5. ADA Backs Teddy, Oil Nationalization by John Judis, p. 5
                6. There's Still Time for a Cure for Carter by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 6
                7. Another Storage Dump by Laura Nilges, p. 7
                8. Electrical Workers Will Ignore Guidelines by Josh Martin, pp. 7-8
                9. Sandinista Flag Flies Over Leon by David Helvarg, p. 9
                10. Somoza Trapped in His Bunker by Victoria Schultz, pp. 9-10
                11. Khomeini Attacks Intellectuals by Fred Halliday, pp. 11-13
                12. Begin's Settlement Policy, p. 14
                13. Letters, p. 15
                14. Defending the Right to Abortion Is a Top Priority for the Left by Mary P. Ryan, Judy Stacey, and Kay Trimberger, p. 16
                15. "Con-Con" by Bertram M. Gross, p. 17
                16. Critical Analysis Replaces Dogma by Louis Menashe, pp. 18-19
                17. [+]
                  The Pitcher Throws a Curve at the Old-Fashioned Ballgame by Eliot Asinof, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. The Bronx Zoo by Sparky Lyle
                18. Rock Artists on the Edge of Pop Success by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
                19. Left Film and Video Workers Meet at National Conference by Pat Aufderheide, p. 22
                20. Telling It Like It Was in the Neighborhood by Rachel C. Kranz, p. 23
                21. Why the Sandinistas Fight by Valerie Irene Landau, p. 23
                22. Izzy at the Temple by Charles Rooney, p. 24
              2. [+]
                July 11, 1979 Issue = 24 Articles
                1. The Inside Story by David Moberg, p. 2
                2. Big Seven Meet to Cut Oil Use by David Fleishman, p. 3
                3. Brown Pledges to Stop Diablo Canyon Plant by Elaine Herscher, p. 4
                4. Politicking by John Judis, p. 4
                5. Dollar Worth Less, Coin Strikes Back by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                6. Workers Have More Control in Europe by Sheldon Friedman, p. 7
                7. British Workers Try Alternative Production by Alan Graubard, pp. 7-9
                8. Saudis Do Their Best to Help the West, They Expect a Return by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
                9. Socialists Strive to Build a Parliamentary Democracy by Nancy Lieber, p. 11
                10. Jamiaca at the Crossroads by Ronald Radosh, pp. 12-14
                11. Letters, p. 15
                12. American Arrogance by Hans Koning, p. 16
                13. Socialism Comes at Last to Urban Planning in U.S. by William W. Goldsmith, Marc Weiss, and David Wilmoth, ..., p. 16
                14. New Era for Socialism by Bogdan Denitch, p. 17
                15. Leaving the Nest Is Part of Life by Louis Menashe, pp. 18-19
                16. CETA and the Hunt for Jobs by Richard Kazis, p. 20
                17. Unemployed Organize by Richard Kazis, p. 20
                18. [+]
                  Oral History Traces Political Roots of the Women's Movement by Rosalyn Baxandall, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. Personal Politics by Sara Evans
                19. [+]
                  Fantasy Speaks to Itself by David Levitt, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. A Perfect Vacuum by Stanislaw Lem and Michael Kandel
                20. [+]
                  Real-Life Novels by Martha Rosen, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Sweet Country by Caroline Richards
                21. [+]
                  Review The Daughter, by Judith Chernaik by Lynn Garafola, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. The Daughter by Judith Chernaik
                22. [+]
                  Secret Socialism on the Small Screen? by Chris Johnson, p. 23 - 1 Review
                  1. The View from Sunset Boulevard by Ben Stein
                23. No, But There's Plenty of Soap and Sex by Albert Auster, p. 23
                24. Sports and the Street by Mark Naison, p. 24
              3. [+]
                July 18, 1979 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. Jesse Jackson and SCLC Reunited by Robin Schulberg, p. 2
                2. Steel Local Backs Nationalization by Paul Baker, p. 2
                3. Jimmy Carter Lets National Health Die on Kennedy's Desk by John Judis, p. 3
                4. Kennedy vs. Dellums Plans by John Judis, p. 4
                5. In Short, p. 5
                6. AIM Gets New Ally in Uranium Fight by Jennifer Arlen and Peter Melnick, p. 6
                7. Charleston Bans Nuclear Shipments by Steve Hoffius, p. 6
                8. Unions, Communities Wage Uphill Battle against Plant Closings by David Moberg, p. 7
                9. Closings by David Moberg, p. 8
                10. Sandinistas "Cuban" Arms from Gangster Black Market by David Helvarg, p. 9
                11. Somoza's Resignation Near by Florence Levinsohn, p. 9
                12. German's Nixon Will Face Schmidt in 1980 Elections by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                13. Lebanese Fear Escalated Air War by David Mandel, p. 10
                14. Vietnamese Deny They Persecuted Ethnic Chinese by Wilfred Burchett, p. 11
                15. The New Right's Richard Viguerie Discovers That the Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword. by Sidney Blumenthal, pp. 12-13
                16. The Big Oil Price Rip-Off and How It Can Be Stopped, p. 14
                17. [+]
                  Liberal Press Pushes Human Rights for Some by Michael Kazin, p. 14 - 1 Review
                  1. The Political Economy of Human Rights, Vol. I by Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman
                18. Past and Present by Howard N. Meyer, p. 15
                19. Hispanic Trade Unionists Take Political Initiative by Jose La Luz, p. 16
                20. New Era for Socialism by Bogdan Denitch, pp. 17-18
                21. Blacks-Hispanics Forge Alliances by Joel Dreyfuss, p. 19
                22. Women Play Softball to Win by Michael Kazin, p. 20
                23. [+]
                  Out of the Bleachers, on to the Field by Beth Bogart, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Out of the Bleachers by Stephanie L. Twin
                24. [+]
                  Experiments Turn Audience into Actors by Joel Schechter, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. Theater of the Oppressed by Augusto Boal
                25. Anti-Nuke Fairy Tale Told with Pageantry by Joel Schechter, p. 21
                26. [+]
                  The Many Facets of a Great Black Author by Paul Buhle, p. 22 - 3 Reviews
                  1. Nkrumah and the Ghana Revolution by C.L.R. James
                  2. The Future in the Present by C.L.R. James
                  3. Mariners, Renegades and Castaways by C.L.R. James and Donald E. Pease
                27. Standing on Principle Down Under by Lenny Rubinstein, p. 23
                28. Twin Nuke Towers On Screen Register Modern Paranoia by Michael Massing, p. 23
                29. Delayed Reactions by Jack Colhoun, p. 24
              4. [+]
                July 30, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. NWPC Will Work to Elect Feminists by Jo Freeman, p. 2
                2. Carter Premieres a Midsummer Night's Schemes by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. Volcker's Appointment Sets Stage for Battle Over Recession Policy by John Judis, p. 3
                4. NORML Sues to End Paraquat Use, p. 4
                5. Radioactive Stash Found in Japan by David Fleishman, p. 4
                6. Coalition Fights U.S. Steel Wondermill by Eric Leif Davin, p. 5
                7. Urban League Doubts Gains by Robin Schulberg, p. 6
                8. Middletown Residents Still Live with Three Mile Island by Greg Moyer, pp. 7-8
                9. The Old Man Was the National Guard by David Helvarg, p. 9
                10. Thatcher Attacks the Welfare State by Chris Mullin, p. 10
                11. Not Whether to Modernize, But How by Chris Mullin, p. 11
                12. Armageddon at Pine Ridge by Jennifer Arlen and Peter Melnick, pp. 12-14
                13. Carter's Meow & Corporate Roar, p. 15
                14. Letters, p. 16
                15. The Richness and Limits of Lynd's Radicalism by S.M. Miller, p. 17
                16. The Conservative Aims of American Liberalism by Manning Marable, p. 17
                17. High Court Revives "Corporate Soul" by Laurence R. Sperber, p. 18
                18. High U.S. Death Rate for Children of Poor Is No Accident by Jonathan King, p. 19
                19. Metro Polis Now by Ruth McCormick, p. 20
                20. Knife in the Head by Theo Blomquist, p. 20
                21. The Second Awakening of Christa Klages by Diana Johnstone, p. 21
                22. [+]
                  Gays May Have More Fun by Don Long and Meg Selig, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Homosexuality in Perspective by William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson
                23. [+]
                  Varieties of Oppression in Modern Capitalism by Barbara Simon, p. 23 - 1 Review
                  1. For Her Own Good by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English
                24. We Interrupt This Commercial by Rose K. Goldsen, p. 23
                25. Display of Power by Beth Bogart, p. 24
              5. [+]
                August 15, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Southerners Want Unions with Clout by Gail Robinson, p. 2
                2. A New Vigor and Breadth Emerges by John Judis, p. 3
                3. Citizens Party Makes a Bid, p. 3
                4. In Short by David Moberg, Katherine Bishop, and Margaret Barry, ..., p. 4
                5. Hiroshima by Joshua Kornbluth, p. 5
                6. Yellow Bird by Karen Northcott, pp. 5-6
                7. Occupational Health by Charles Piller, p. 7
                8. Afl-Cio by David Moberg, p. 8
                9. The Party Bureaucracy Rules and Equality Gives Way Again by Chris Mullin, p. 9
                10. African Summit by Stephen Talbot, pp. 10-11
                11. A Tale of Four Cities by James Ridgeway, pp. 12-13
                12. Letters, p. 14
                13. Full Autonomy Is the Stumbling Block in the Mideast Treaty by Richard L. Sklar, p. 15
                14. Baez Believes - But Only in Ideas, Not Realities by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
                15. [+]
                  "What If" Is Root of Sci Fi, and of History by William Appleman Williams, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The Creation of Tomorrow by Paul A. Carter
                16. Which Socialism Does the Pope Oppose? by Joe Holland, p. 17
                17. "Junkie Chic," Female, Is the Disorder of the Day by Elayne Rapping, p. 18
                18. Dioxin Poisoning Spurs tests, Protest by Tod Ensign and Michael Uhl, p. 19
                19. New Sound from Black Roots by Douglas Clark, p. 20
                20. Topical Song Comes Back by Bill Warren, p. 20
                21. [+]
                  Women's History: Life and Stories of a Bolshevik Feminist by Barbara Wilson, p. 21 - 2 Reviews
                  1. Love of Worker Bees by Alexandra M. Kollontai
                  2. Bolshevik Feminist by Barbara Evans Clements
                22. [+]
                  As Literary Critic, Irving Howe Is a Beacon of Passion by Leonard Quart, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Celebrations and Attacks by Irving Howe
                23. [+]
                  Heller's Sourness Goes Bland by Barbara Quart, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Good As Gold by Joseph Heller
                24. [+]
                  The Film Industry: How the New Hollywood Took Shape by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
                  1. The Movie Brats by Michael Pye and Linda Myles
                  2. Who's Who in American Film Now by James Monaco
                25. Surreal Sitcom by Al Auster, p. 24
              6. [+]
                August 22, 1979 Issue = 26 Articles
                1. NAM and the Revolutionary Hernia by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Chrysler Dug Its Own Grave by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. Dodge Main Closing Threatens Hamtramck, p. 3
                4. In Short by Laura Cianci, p. 4
                5. Farmworker Convention Hails Victory by Sam Kushner, p. 5
                6. World Air Ways Strike by Al Di Franco, p. 6
                7. California by Larry Remer, p. 7
                8. Carter/Congress by Jack Colhoun, pp. 7-8
                9. Oil Fuels New Elections, But Not Equality by Philip Russel, p. 9
                10. Northern Ireland, p. 9
                11. Greece by Nicholas Papandreou, pp. 10-11
                12. Battling the Banks by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, pp. 12-13
                13. Letters, p. 14
                14. The Road to 1980, p. 15
                15. High Court Upholds Pre-Arrest Protections by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
                16. Commonwealth Meeting Focuses on Opposition to Muzorewa Regime by John Saul, pp. 16-17
                17. In Focus, p. 18
                18. Irrigation Dries Up Small Farms by William Serrin, p. 19
                19. White Hand by Tom Wayman, p. 19
                20. Uranium Tailings by Christopher McLeod, p. 20
                21. How the Union Came to Be in Harlan County by Don Reid, p. 21
                22. Broadcasting by Rose K. Goldsen, p. 22
                23. [+]
                  Why Networks Kept the Family Hour by Chris Johnson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. See No Evil by Geoffrey Cowan
                24. [+]
                  Movies: Summer of Working-Class Discontent by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 1 Review
                  1. Breaking Away (1979 Film) by Peter Yates
                25. There's No Business Like It by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
                26. TV's Fall Line-Up by Michael Massing, p. 24
              7. [+]
                August 29, 1979 Issue = 28 Articles
                1. A Left Majority for the '80s, p. 2
                2. PLO Issue Splits Carter Camp by Patrick Lacefield, p. 3
                3. Three Mile Island to Vent Gas, p. 4
                4. Mass. Passes Death Penalty, p. 4
                5. Guns into Butter, Nukes into Pans by Al Di Franco, p. 4
                6. Tony Mazzocchi Loses OCAW Election Bid by Rick Engler, p. 4
                7. Philadelphia Sued for Police Practices by Greg Moyer, p. 5
                8. Labor: UFW Set Back in Delano Vote by Sam Kushner, p. 6
                9. Labor: Bargaining Begins for Auto Industry by David Moberg, p. 7
                10. Hispanics by Dede Feldman, p. 8
                11. El Salvador, Next in Line, Takes Time by Patrick Lacefield, p. 9
                12. Italy: The Red Brigades by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                13. Bubby Bojang and Baby by Derk Richardson, pp. 12-13
                14. PLO Recognition Gains Ground Slowly, p. 14
                15. In the USSR by Roy A. Medvedev, p. 15
                16. Zambia's Half-Hearted Support for Liberation by John Saul, p. 16
                17. [+]
                  Europe a Bastion of Global Stability by William Burr, p. 17 - 1 Review
                  1. Europe Between the Superpowers by A.W. DePorte
                18. Conservatives Interpret Vietnam War by Paul Joseph, pp. 17-18
                19. Bible-Thumper Was a Leftist by Mark Naison, p. 19
                20. A Woman's Life of Quiet Heroism, p. 19
                21. Carifesta by Ian Smart, p. 20
                22. Music Mix Made It the Bay of Gigs by Danny Schechter, p. 20
                23. Video Focus by Joshua Kornbluth, p. 21
                24. Eugene V. Debs Biography by Stan Rosen, p. 21
                25. [+]
                  Women's Fiction: British Fiction Reveals Women's Issues by Lynn Garafola, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. More Tales I Tell My Mother by Zoe Fairbairns
                26. Anatomy of an Anti-Disco Riot by Don McLeese, p. 23
                27. Disco-Disco - Do Ya Think It's Funky? by Tom Smucker, p. 23
                28. Newtime Religion by Scott Forter, p. 24
              8. [+]
                September 5, 1979 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. Mazzocchi Loses OCAW Presidency by Rick Engler, p. 2
                2. Black and Jews Square Off by John Judis, p. 3
                3. A California Energy Path by Wink Glennon, pp. 4-5
                4. Trespassing Acquitted in Nuke Trial by Charles Varon, p. 6
                5. People's Party Falls, Elections Called by Michael Ryan, p. 7
                6. Iran Rallies Round Rival Ayatollahs by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                7. South Lebanon War Escalates into a Multiparty Conflict by David Mandel, p. 9
                8. The Autonomous Left by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                9. Putin' Down Ole Massa by David Moberg, pp. 12-14
                10. Letters, p. 15
                11. Farmworkers' Wages Barely Affect the Prices Consumers Must Pay, p. 16
                12. [+]
                  How the Dignity of Labor Lost Out by Daniel J. Walkowitz, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. Work Without Salvation by James Burkhart Gilbert
                13. Sprituality Combined with Struggle is Black Religion's Strength, pp. 17-18
                14. Puerto Rico Has a Pipeline to Poverty by Ramon E. Daubon, p. 19
                15. Navy Bombards Small Island by William Rose#2, pp. 19-20
                16. Italy's New Left is All Bluejeans, Sex in Fellini Allegory by Lynn Garafola, p. 21
                17. Imitating the Beatles - A Payday in the Life by Bruce Dancis, p. 22
                18. The Festival That Works for Artists, Public, City by Don Mcleese, p. 23
                19. Dixie Divers by Sarah Hughes, p. 24
              9. [+]
                September 12, 1979 Issue = 28 Articles
                1. Economic Slump Forecast for World Economy by John Judis, p. 2
                2. UFW Wins Salinas Contract by Sam Kushner, p. 3
                3. Farm Workers Win Suit by Sam Kushner, p. 3
                4. UAW Targets General Motors by David Moberg, p. 4
                5. Letelier-Moffitt Investigation Curbs Chile's Spy Network by Saul Landau, p. 5
                6. Chilean Airline Implicated in Dynamite Smuggling by Kate-Louise Gottfried, p. 5
                7. Pro-Nuke Rally Draws Big Crowd by Timothy Lange, p. 6
                8. Voucher Plan Threatens Public Schools by Patrick G. Marshall, p. 7
                9. European Anti-Nuclear Forces Cut Across Old Party Lines by Betsy Taylor, p. 8
                10. Japan to Strengthen Military Forces by David Fleishman, p. 9
                11. Germans Discuss Reunification Press for Revival of Reich by Anita M. Mallinckrodt, p. 9
                12. Guyana's Minority Government Moves to Control Majority by Jay R. Mandle and Joan D. Mandle, p. 10
                13. Oil Boom Backfires in Gulf of Mexico by Leo Gabriel, p. 11
                14. Anti-Nukes in Europe by Betsy Taylor, p. 11
                15. Push-Button Piracy by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                16. A One-Sided Diatribe Is Not an Accurate Story, p. 14
                17. Does DSOC Gain from International Ties? by Diana Johnstone, p. 14
                18. The Sectarian Left's Free Rides Should End by Al Lannon, p. 15
                19. An Interview by Yosef Gotlief, p. 16
                20. Mexican-American Relations Are Changing, p. 17
                21. Ambivalence in Ourselves Can Be a Basis of Strength, pp. 17-18
                22. Shooting Reveals Collapse of Prisoners Rights Movement by Eve Pell, p. 19
                23. After Thirty Years of Hearing and Making Community Radio.. by Judy Strasser, p. 20
                24. Meanwhile, on the Air with All (or Most) Things Considered by Beth Bogart, pp. 20-21
                25. Lobbying Dispells Myths on Capitol Hill by Richard Mahler, p. 22
                26. Conference Builds Program Links, Airs Stations' Conflicts by Alan Snitow, p. 22
                27. Soon: Nightly National News from Community Radio by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 22-23
                28. Sweet Dreams by Sylvia Helm, p. 24
              10. [+]
                September 19, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Blacks Issue a 'Declaration of Independence' by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Church Move Threatens SALT by John Judis, p. 3
                3. SALT Called Arms Escalation Treaty by John Judis, p. 3
                4. In Short by John Martin, p. 4
                5. Nuclear Plant in Mississippi Draws Black Opposition by David Moberg, p. 5
                6. Massachusetts Labor Seeks Repeal of Taft-Hartley by Steve Turner, p. 6
                7. Kucinich Faces Stiff Test in Cleveland's Mayoral Election by Roldo Bartimole, p. 7
                8. Puerto Rican Nationalists Freed by Ramon E. Daubon, p. 8
                9. Quebec Debates Nationalism, Left Begs Question by Henry Milner, p. 8
                10. University Closed, Palestinians Tried by David Mandel, p. 9
                11. Vietnam Refugees Result of U.S. Policy by John Ogulnik, p. 10
                12. The Computer Factory and the Robot Worker by David Moberg, p. 11
                13. The Brave New World of Work in Auto by Harley Shaiken, pp. 12-13
                14. The Great Computer Heist of Jobs, Skill and Power by David Moberg, p. 14
                15. Letters, p. 15
                16. The DC-10 by David Kairys, p. 16
                17. Herbert Marcuse by Russell Jacoby, p. 16
                18. It's Not Really the Draft, But the Level of Arms by Joseph M. Schwartz, pp. 17-18
                19. Circus Stunt on the Court by Mark Naison, p. 19
                20. [+]
                  Dust Bowl's History Is Also Prophecy by Michael J. Casey, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Dust Bowl: The Southern Plains in the 1930s by Donald Worster
                21. [+]
                  British Workers Are Getting Richer But Not Happier by David Moberg, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. What Went Wrong? by Jeremy Seabrook
                22. [+]
                  French Farce Rides the Gay Film Boom by Lynn Garafola, p. 21 - 1 Review
                  1. La Cage Aux Folles (1979 Film) by Edouard Molinaro
                23. Post-Watergate Fantasies from the Forgotten Conspirator by Pat Aufderheide, p. 22
                24. Even PBS Has to Play Cash and Ratings Games by Michael Massing, p. 23
                25. The Duck Hunter by G.H. Bell, p. 24
              11. [+]
                September 26, 1979 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. Business Opts for Anarchy and Cancer by John Judis, p. 2
                2. UAW Settles Contract with GM by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. In Short, p. 4
                4. H-Bomb Secret Gets Out of U.S. Bag by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 5
                5. Coal Firm Fights Stock Gambit by Robert Howard, p. 6
                6. Progressives Lose Mayoral Races by Alan Kay, p. 6
                7. Amtrak Passenger Service Derailed By Administration by Patrick Lacefield, p. 7
                8. Cost of Living Dispute Closes BART by Helen Mickiewicz, p. 7
                9. Mountbatten Death Follows Belfast Riots by Dennis O'Hearn, p. 8
                10. Greece by Nicholas Papandreou, p. 9
                11. Non-Aligned Nations Meet in Havana Summit by Philip Brenner, p. 10
                12. IMF Suffocates Cash-Poor Nations by Cari Beauchamp, p. 11
                13. "I Too Was Moving Up a River in a Faraway Jungle and Hoping for Some Kind of Catharsis." by Pat Aufderheide, p. 12
                14. A Collection, of Surreal Vietnam, War Scenes Goes in Search of a Unifying Idea and a Wa... by Lynn Garafola, pp. 13-14
                15. Letters, p. 15
                16. Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Is a Growing Issue by Maria Schultz, p. 16
                17. Left City Politics Must Focus on Working and Poor People's Interests by Ken Cockrel, pp. 17-19
                18. Celebrations at Summer's End, p. 20
                19. Many Facets of Pete Seeger on New Album by Eric Leif Davin, p. 21
                20. [+]
                  Asian-American's Writing Builds a Culture of Resistance by John Tchen, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. In the City of Contradictions by Fay Chiang
                21. How to Lose Big Money in the Best of Causes, p. 23
                22. Health Shelf by Josh Martin, p. 24
            4. [+]
              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1979 = 11 Issues, 225 Articles
              1. [+]
                October 3, 1979 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. Pope Faces Mixed U.S. Reception for His Social Policies by Joe Holland, p. 2
                2. ITT Correspondent Is Jailed in Israel by David Mandel, p. 2
                3. Kennedy Hint Warms Draft Movement by John Judis, p. 3
                4. Iowa Campaign Comes through Back Door by John Judis, p. 3
                5. CLUW Convention Reflects Growth by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                6. Protests Are Planned for Oct. 17 by David Moberg, p. 4
                7. Vietnamese Prepare for Attack by Wilfred Burchett, p. 5
                8. Memorial Meeting Calls for Extradition by Peter Kornbluh, p. 5
                9. The Khomeini Regime Seeks to Impose Islamic Orthodoxy by Fred Halliday, p. 6
                10. Left Loses Protector by Diana Johnstone, pp. 6-7
                11. Black Colleges Are in Danger by Manning Marable, p. 8
                12. Has Black Studies Failed? by Harold Cruse, p. 8
                13. Women Fight to Keep Hard Won Gains by Annette Kolodny, p. 8
                14. Women's Studies Needs the Movement by Peg Strobel, p. 9
                15. The Student as Worker by Jon Wagner, p. 9
                16. The Student as Student by Michael Katz, p. 10
                17. Academic Freedom and the Legislature by Jurgen Herbst, p. 10
                18. Letters, p. 11
                19. The Primordial Battle of the Sexes Goes on by Roberta Lynch, pp. 12-13
                20. Goodbye to Emily Post by Mark Naison, p. 14
                21. Onstage-Offstage Drama by Lynn Garafola, p. 15
                22. Rocking Solar Age by Pat Cox, p. 16
              2. [+]
                October 10, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Cockrel's DARE Challenges Detroit Renaissance by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Carter Backs Off from the Crisis by Philipp Breuner and Robert DeGrasse, p. 3
                3. Freed Nuclear Foes Plan Move against G.E. by Janet Pearson, p. 4
                4. Police Faulted in Lesbian Bar Brawl by Katherine Bishop, p. 4
                5. Kucinich Gets Nod for 2nd Term Bid by Roldo Bartimole, p. 5
                6. Ford's Opposition Could Divide Carter Forces by Patrick Lacefield, p. 5
                7. Congress Is Giving in to Big Oil by David Moberg, p. 6
                8. House Debates a Halt to New Nuclear Plants by Peter Franchot, pp. 6-7
                9. Anti-Redlining Avoids the Issue by Gregory D. Squires, p. 8
                10. Assassination Bureau Closes after Six Years by Mark Sommer, p. 8
                11. Mozambique's Fate Linked to Guerrilla Win in Zimbabwe by Stephen Talbot, p. 9
                12. Rightists Resurrect the 'Master Race' by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                13. U.S. Arms-Maker, Linked to CIA, Sells to South Africans by Steve Connolly, p. 11
                14. Social Democrats Fall Short Again. by Steve Early, pp. 11-13
                15. Letters, p. 14
                16. The New International Just a UN for the Left by Peter Mandler, p. 15
                17. Jews Can't Rely on Black Christian Humanism, p. 15
                18. Capitalism's Twilight Is Not an Apocalypse by Harry C. Boyte, pp. 16-17
                19. Water Welfare for Corporate Farmers, p. 18
                20. A Short Summer Course on Marxism Kicks Off Institute by Steve Turner, p. 19
                21. Money and Fame Flow to Anti-Nuke Cause by Pat Cox, p. 20
                22. Cultural History in the Dark by Lenny Rubinstein, p. 21
                23. Good Plays But No Score by Eliot Asinof, p. 22
                24. Still Waiting for Lefty after All These Years by Dorothy Samachson, p. 23
                25. The Avenging Angel Approximately by Louis Menashe, p. 24
              3. [+]
                October 17, 1979 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. Jackson Takes His Show to Israel by David Mandel, p. 2
                2. CED Tour Begins in New York by Ronald Radosh, p. 3
                3. UAW, Ford Settlement by Ron Williams, p. 3
                4. Five Month Strike Follows a Pattern of Anti-Unionism by Sam Kushner, p. 4
                5. Organizing the Unorganizable by Robin L. Nahin, p. 4
                6. The Hearing Go On, But Is the Verdict in? by Richard P. Pollock, p. 5
                7. In Chicago, It Was a Well Done Pageant by John Fleming, p. 6
                8. Medicaid Rules Cause Crisis by John Fleming, p. 6
                9. British Labour Party Swings to the Left by Chris Mullin, p. 7
                10. Emperor Goes by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                11. Small Steps Forward by "Our South African Correspondent", p. 9
                12. Letters, p. 10
                13. The Investigation of a Wrongful Death Is a Powerful Experience by Kate Ellis, p. 11
                14. [+]
                  Corporate Lobbyists Have Little Clout by Harry Brill, pp. 11-12 - 1 Review
                  1. Lobbying the Corporation by David Vogel
                15. See the Movie, Watch the Book by Rose K. Goldsen, p. 13
                16. Invading the Locker Room by Michael Kazin, p. 14
                17. Made-for-Television Movies Grow Up by Albert Auster, p. 15
                18. [+]
                  Portrait of the Colonialist as a Young Fool by Len Rubinstein, p. 15 - 1 Review
                  1. The Singapore Grip by J.G. Farrell
                19. The Flesh Is Willing by Eric Leif Davin, p. 16
              4. [+]
                October 24, 1979 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. The New Education Department a Loss for Albert Shanker by David Selden, p. 2
                2. Unions Spark Big Oil Protests by John Judis, p. 3
                3. Autoworkers Get the Message Out by David Moberg, p. 3
                4. In Short by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                5. 100,000 Demonstrate for Their Rights by Ronni Sclier, p. 5
                6. Odds on Recovering Fuel from "The Rock That Burns" Are Slim by Timothy Lange, pp. 6-7
                7. Union Drive Gets a Boost by Lee Mortimer, p. 8
                8. Left Unions Strike for Nuclear Safety by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                9. Nicos Poulantzas Is Dead by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                10. Did the Ex-Emperor Bokassa Give a Big Stone to Giscard? by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                11. The Great Crash Then & Now by John Judis, pp. 11-12
                12. Heilbro or Talks about Pressions by B.M. Moberg, p. 13
                13. They Ended Up in Nursing Homes by Studs Terkel, p. 14
                14. Letters, pp. 15-16
                15. Palestinians Look on Israel in Much the Way Israelis See the PLO by Steve Dryden, p. 17
                16. Jackson Mississippi by John R. Salter, Jr., pp. 17-18
                17. Linton Quesi Johnson by Bruce Dancis, pp. 19-20
                18. "New" Ali Stars in Drama of Reconstruction by Al Auster, p. 21
                19. Returning to the Hearth by Lynn Garafola, p. 22
                20. Gold Amid the Glitter at NY Film Festival by Ruth McCormick, p. 23
                21. It Works for Some of US by Timothy Saasta, p. 24
              5. [+]
                October 31, 1979 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. NARAL Takes Abortion Issue to the Polls by John Judis, p. 2
                2. The Two Leading Teamsters Dissident Groups Will Merge by Ron Williams, p. 3
                3. Abortion Spurs Women's Movement by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                4. Service Cuts Threaten Towns by Judy Sarasohn, p. 4
                5. Chicanos Protest Location of Dump Site by Sue Martinez, p. 4
                6. Reactions to the Violence in Boston Force White's Hand, p. 5
                7. Oregon Unions Vote to Curb Runaways by Bill Thomas, p. 6
                8. Three Paths Are Open in Wake of Coup by Blase Bonpane, p. 7
                9. Work as Art by Nao Hauser, p. 8
                10. Worker as Artist by Barbara Garson, p. 9
                11. Companies Try to Undermine Unions by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                12. Elections Boost CP, But Change Little by John Flayshman, p. 11
                13. Fed's High Interest Rates Do Not Fight Inflation, p. 12
                14. Can Fidel Escape Soviets as Non-Aligned Leader? by Marlene Nadle, p. 13
                15. Not Even Stargell's 'Family' Can Beat the Cold by Mark Naison, p. 14
                16. Magic Lantern Sheds Light on Energy, Jobs by Jan Rosenberg and Fred Siegel, p. 15
                17. Talking Heads' Album Gives Art Rock a Good Name by Bruce Dancis, p. 15
                18. All Quiet on the Home Front by Kenneth Harper, pp. 16-20
              6. [+]
                November 7, 1979 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Fonda and Hayden Tell Students about Participation by John Judis, p. 2
                2. UAW-Chrysler Settlement Breaks Ground by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. In Short, p. 4
                4. Wall Street behind Barricades by Patrick Lacefield, p. 5
                5. Record Profits to Continue Rising by David Moberg, p. 5
                6. Longshoremen Support Chile Import Boycotters by Phillip Johnson, p. 6
                7. Rag Recyclers Hit the Bricks by Rich Kazis, p. 6
                8. Corrupt IBEW Is Ousted at Chicago's Stewart-Warner by Steve Askin, p. 7
                9. France Jumps Gun on Extradition by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                10. Begin Government Suffers Two Blows by David Mandel, pp. 9-10
                11. These Political Refugees Are from the Wrong Place by Patrick Lacefield, p. 11
                12. Letters, p. 12
                13. Our Cities' Future Rests on Reallocating Power by Roberta Lynch, p. 13
                14. Cube under Construction by A.B. Magil, pp. 14-20
                15. [+]
                  Are Socialist Countries Partners of Western Business? by William K. Tabb, pp. 21-22 - 1 Review
                  1. Vodka Cola by Charles Levinson Gordon
                16. A Rightful Life by Georgia Christgau, pp. 23-24
                17. [+]
                  The Hard Fight to Organize Tenant Farmers by Virginia Durr, p. 25 - 1 Review
                  1. Mean Things Happening in This Land by H.L. Mitchell
                18. Southern Culture Seen in Sports by Beth Bogart, p. 26
                19. The War at Home Tells Antiwar History Well by Pat Aufderheide and James Weinstein, p. 27
                20. The Industrial Pig, the Mechanical Chicken by Jim Mason, p. 28
              7. [+]
                November 14, 1979 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. Arabs and Israelis on the Potomac by Norman Levine, p. 2
                2. Cleveland Is Back to Big Business by John Judis, p. 3
                3. TMI Report Fuels Anti-Nukes by Mark Alan Pinsky, p. 4
                4. Most Labor Leaders Think Kirkland Will Move the AFLCIO in the Right Direction by Paul Fortney, Jr., p. 5
                5. Meany Fought the Left as a Threat to Himself and His Entrenched Union Pals by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                6. Sudden Death in North Carolina March by Bob McMahon, p. 7
                7. California Judge Rules IQ Tests Unconstitutional by Herbert A. Schreier, p. 7
                8. Business as Usual for South Korea by David Fleishman, p. 8
                9. Viet Official Defends Cambodia Policies by Didi Vinyaratu and Punsak Vinyaratu, p. 9
                10. Letters, p. 10
                11. Latino Apathy, Support Mixed for Ted Kennedy by Jose Laluz, p. 11
                12. Exiled Dissident Trys to Unionize the Soviet Union by Robert Howard, p. 12
                13. [+]
                  Longshoremen Are Also Authors and Artists by Tom Wayman, p. 13 - 1 Review
                  1. The Waterfront Writers by Robert Carson
                14. National Tour Benefits Anti-Nuke Groups by Daniel P. Dern, p. 14
                15. Black Film's Rise and Fall in the Blockbuster Ear by James Monaco, pp. 15-16
              8. [+]
                November 21, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Cleveland Busing Threatens Populism, p. 2
                2. Are the Hostages a Diversion? by Paul C. Sullivan, p. 3
                3. Or Is This a Step Toward Drifting Out of This World? by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                4. In Short, p. 4
                5. The Rizzo Forces Take a Bad Beating by Greg Moyer, p. 5
                6. Left Initiatives Lose in San Francisco by Chester Hartman, p. 6
                7. The Spirit of Proposition 13 Survives a Second Test by Wink Glennon, p. 6
                8. Teacher Call for a New Kind of Union by David Sprintzen, p. 7
                9. Cuba Conference Calls for the Lifting of Trade Embargo by Joanna Foley, p. 8
                10. Statute of Guernica Wins a Big Majority from Basque Voters by Amy Schwartz, p. 9
                11. IRA Prisoners in H Blocks of Long Kesh Tell of Ordeal by Dennis O'Hearn, pp. 10-11
                12. Wheeling and Dealing on the Pacific by David E. Kaplan and Tim Brick, pp. 12-14
                13. Letters, p. 15
                14. Castro Follows the Arab Line on Zionism by Ronald Radosh, p. 15
                15. Problems and Prospects for Blacks in the 1980s, p. 16
                16. TMI Commission Ignores Murphy's Law by Bobby Nelson, p. 16
                17. American Policy Keeps Vietnam from Recovery by Jack Colhoun, p. 17
                18. Is Europe Now Hostage Between East and East? by Diana Johnstone, p. 18
                19. Fasanella's Art Reveals Roots of Working Life by Joe Holland, p. 19
                20. [+]
                  The Fight for Safe Work by Charles Piller, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Death on the Job by Daniel M. Berman
                21. [+]
                  The Search for Miracle Cancer Cures by Jim Bouman, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Malignant Neglect by Robert H. Boyle and The Environmental Defense Fund, ...
                22. The Year of the Rookie and the Crippled Center by Mark Naison, p. 21
                23. [+]
                  Comic Einstein Relatively Clear by Michael Goldhaber, p. 22 - 1 Review
                  1. Einstein for Beginners by Joseph Schwartz
                24. Ballet Glamor Sets Tone of '70s Dance Boom by Lynn Garafola, p. 23
                25. ...The Open Destiny of Life by Frieda Gardner, pp. 24-28
              9. [+]
                December 5, 1979 Issue = 25 Articles
                1. Democratic Agenda Sets Agenda for 1980s, Not 1980 by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Rumblings Underlie AFL-CIO Surface by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. In Short by Mark Alan Pinsky and John de Graaf, p. 4
                4. Plywood Strikers Back Fired Woman by Scott Kauffman, p. 5
                5. Support for Iranian Rights Begins by Julian Otis and Emily Wright, p. 5
                6. Mineworkers by David Moberg, p. 6
                7. Revival by David Moberg, p. 6
                8. Atomic Workers by Paul Fortney, Jr. and Al DiFranco, pp. 7-8
                9. Guatemala Rebels Gain Momentum by Amy Robbins, p. 9
                10. Israel by David Mandel, p. 10
                11. Demark: Inflation Curbs of New Government Reflect Left Shift by Bruce Vandervort and Erik Christensen, p. 11
                12. [+]
                  3 Reviews Desolate Angel, by Dennis McNally by Derk Richardson, p. 12 - 3 Reviews
                  1. Desolate Angel by Dennis McNally
                  2. Heart Beat by Carolyn Cassady
                  3. Ferlinghetti by Neeli Cherkovski
                13. [+]
                  Review The Right Stuff, by Tom Wolfe by Robert Schaeffer, p. 12 - 1 Review
                  1. The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe
                14. [+]
                  Review The White Album, by Joan Didion by P.R. Wheeler, p. 13 - 1 Review
                  1. The White Album by Joan Didion
                15. [+]
                  Review Breaking Ranks, by Norman Podhoretz by Norm Fruchter, pp. 13-15 - 1 Review
                  1. Breaking Ranks by Norman Podhoretz
                16. The Iranian Crisis Was Created by the U.S. Press by Roberta Lynch, pp. 16-17
                17. Kirkland's Succession Is a Tragedy for Labor by David Selden, p. 18
                18. Two Civil Liberties Cases in Supreme Court by Joshua Dressler, p. 18
                19. Civil Rights Movement Leaders Look at Their Past by Angie Fa, p. 19
                20. [+]
                  The Writer as Witness by Alan Wald, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Just Above My Head by James Baldwin
                21. [+]
                  How to Get Out of the Culture of Terror by Valerie Miner, p. 20 - 1 Review
                  1. Rape by Susan Griffin
                22. Everyone an Artist by Joel Schechter, p. 21
                23. Chicano Hitter Ties for Most Valuable Player by Sue Martinez, p. 22
                24. Time to Tune in Again by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
                25. A Man, a Woman, a Relationship by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
              10. [+]
                December 12, 1979 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. Israeli Musical Chairs by David Mandel, p. 2
                2. UN Supports American Sobriety by Mike Shuster, p. 3
                3. Shutdowns by Eric Leiv Davis, p. 4
                4. Industry by Bob Howard, pp. 5-6
                5. Caribbean by Horace Levy, p. 7
                6. Has Khomeini Fallen in a Trap That Isolates the Revolution? by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                7. Has Rockefeller Gone Too Far in Encouraging Iran to Default? by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                8. Letters, p. 10
                9. The Hostages in Iran Are Paying for Big Oil's Sins by Jack Clark, p. 11
                10. A Major Left Library by Richard B. Marks, p. 12
                11. Sugar-Coated Children's Programming by Beth Bogart, p. 13
                12. Sports by Mark Naison, p. 14
                13. State of the Art by Alan Snitow, p. 15
                14. The Life of the Party by Lester Rodney, p. 16
              11. [+]
                December 19, 1979 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Jimmy Bush and Ronnie Kennedy Hit Campaign Trail by John Judis, p. 2
                2. Fiscal Storm Warnings in Chicago by David Moberg, p. 3
                3. UAW Strikes Int. Harvester over Work Rules by David Moberg, p. 4
                4. In Short by Harley Shaiken, Eric Leif Davin, and Scott Kauffman, ..., p. 4
                5. Nuclear Industry Leaders Launch Their Counteroffensive by Mark Hertsgaard, p. 5
                6. Labor: A Trouble Union Loses Ground by Robert Howard, p. 6
                7. On the Job by Richard Kazis, p. 7
                8. California Firms Pay for Spying, Dirty Tricks against the Unions by Sam Kushner, pp. 7-8
                9. Nationalists, Leftists Challenge Khomeini by Paul C. Sullivan, p. 9
                10. Socialists in the New Democratic Party Come to Life by Bill Ticleman, p. 9
                11. Fiat by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                12. Another Nation Under God by Jeremy Rifkin and Ted Howard, pp. 12-14
                13. Letters, p. 15
                14. [+]
                  A New Defense Strategy That Could Really Reduce the Level of Armaments by William Burr, p. 16 - 1 Review
                  1. The Price of Defense by The Boston Study Group
                15. [+]
                  A Sourcebook Gives Good Introduction to Soviet Anti-Semitism by Norty Wheeler, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
                  1. Soviet Antisemitic Propaganda by The Institute of Jewish Affairs
                16. A National Movement of Tenants Is Shaping Up by Peter Dreier, p. 19
                17. Chicano-Made Feature Shows Union Struggle by Louis Torres, p. 20
                18. American Painting by David Yigoda, p. 21
                19. Feminist Books and Magazines by Karen Rosenberg, p. 22
                20. Women Writers Are Discovering the Richly Imperfect Heroine by Kate Ellis, p. 23
                21. Moving & Shaking by Eric Leif Davin, p. 24
        2. [+]
          Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 324 Issues, 6,174 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1980 = 37 Issues, 684 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1981 = 40 Issues, 759 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1982 = 33 Issues, 631 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1983 = 28 Issues, 533 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1984 = 41 Issues, 687 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1985 = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1986 = 11 Issues, 205 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1987 = 28 Issues, 590 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1988 = 29 Issues, 612 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1989 = 38 Issues, 828 Articles
                            2. [+]
                              Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 222 Issues, 4,094 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1990 = 28 Issues, 551 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1991 = 14 Issues, 250 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 235 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1993 = 26 Issues, 543 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1994 = 24 Issues, 504 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1995 = 24 Issues, 489 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1996 = 25 Issues, 469 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1997 = 22 Issues, 347 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1998 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 1999 = 23 Issues, 350 Articles
                                                2. [+]
                                                  Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 2001 = 24 Issues, 378 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 2002 = 24 Issues, 348 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 2003 = 22 Issues, 320 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 2004 = 20 Issues, 379 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 2005 = 16 Issues, 284 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 2006 = 12 Issues, 261 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 2007 = 12 Issues, 270 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
                                                                    2. [+]
                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles