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    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
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      Issues of 1976 = 5 Issues, 173 Articles
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        Issues of 1977 = 48 Issues, 1,406 Articles
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          Issues of 1978 = 50 Issues, 1,303 Articles
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                Issues of 1981 = 40 Issues, 759 Articles
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                    Issues of 1983 = 28 Issues, 533 Articles
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                      Issues of 1984 = 41 Issues, 687 Articles
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                        Issues of 1985 = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1985 = 11 Issues, 184 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            January 9, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Air Controllers Unite by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                            2. Rajiv Gandhi's Election Will Mean More of the Same by Dilip Hiro, p. 3
                            3. In Short, pp. 4-5
                            4. Vatican Backlash Hits Nuns' Independence on Abortion by Beth Maschinot, p. 6
                            5. Can PLO Be United for Peace Initiative? by David Twersky, p. 7
                            6. As Political Unrest Grows, Torture Practices Worsen by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, p. 8
                            7. High Hopes for Tancredo Neves' New Leadership by Berta Sichel and Joan Guimmo, pp. 9-10
                            8. Greens Are Indecisive about Allying with Social Democrats by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                            9. Coming to Terms with Soviet Society, p. 14
                            10. Letters, p. 15
                            11. How the Vote Broke Down in Nicaragua by William Gasperini and Jeffrey Gould, p. 16
                            12. Is Defense Spending Strangling U.S.? by Lawrence Weschler, p. 17
                            13. [+]
                              Spiritual Quest to El Salvador by Pat Aufderheide, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Salvador Witness by Ana Carrigan
                            14. [+]
                              Faithful to the Family by Paul Skenazy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Rain God by Arturo Islas
                            15. [+]
                              A Potential Cuba of the Mediterranean? by Noam Chomsky, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Hostage to History by Christopher Hitchens
                            16. Coppola's Cotton Club Webs Illusion to Reality by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                            17. [+]
                              Goldie's Film: Sheik Redux by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21 - 1 Review
                              1. Protocol (1984 Film) by Herbert Ross
                            18. Neobeatniks Rattle Purists by Kathleen Gallagher, pp. 21-23
                            19. Blessed Are The Rich for They Shall Prosper in the Kingdom of Ronald by Carlene B. Hill, p. 24
                          2. [+]
                            January 16, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Black Leadership Down, But Not Out by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                            2. New Councils Organize the Jobless by Allen Hornblum, p. 3
                            3. In Short, p. 4
                            4. UFCW Stalls Support for Corporate Campaign by Drew Mendelson, p. 4
                            5. Mitterrand Disappoints Small Farmers' Union by Diana Johnstone, pp. 5-6
                            6. Blaw-Knox Is Test Case for Conversion by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Green Politics Is Not Like the New Left of the '60s by Charlene Spretnak, p. 11
                            9. New Political Effort Seeks a Fusion of "Green" and "Populist" Themes by Harry C. Boyte, p. 11
                            10. Can This Tone of Debate Help Build a Popular Movement? by Diana Johnstone, p. 12
                            11. [+]
                              Another Side of John Cheever by Rachel Gorlin, pp. 13-15 - 1 Review
                              1. Home Before Dark by Susan Cheever
                            12. Hatred Is the Real Enemy by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                          3. [+]
                            January 23, 1985 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. AFL-CIO Angers South Africans by Steve Askin and Barbara Yuill, p. 2
                            2. Are City Shelters Now Open Asylums? by Joan Walsh, p. 3
                            3. In Short, pp. 4-5
                            4. Blowing the Whistle on 1199 Vote Fraud by Leon Fink, p. 6
                            5. Embattled Chicago Mayor Retains Most of His Black Support by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                            6. Canadian UAW Breaks Away from the International by Collin Gribbons, p. 8
                            7. Trade Unions Confederation Is Eager to Be in Tune with Times by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                            8. The Shining Path Guerrillas Are an "Enemy without a Face" by Carol Wise, p. 11
                            9. Socialism by John B. Judis, pp. 12-13
                            10. Would You Want This Man to Protect You against Criminals?, p. 14
                            11. Letters, p. 15
                            12. Regan's Tax Plan Will Be Whittled Away by Frank C. Genovese, p. 16
                            13. A New Approach to Politics Is Forming in the Cities of Italy by Harold Baron, p. 17
                            14. [+]
                              Emma Goldman: The Private Side of Living Her Life by Mari Jo Buhle, pp. 18-19 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman by Candace Falk
                              2. Emma Goldman: An Intimate Life by Alice Wexler
                            15. Art & Entertainment by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-23
                            16. Requiem for a Labor Cartoonist by Paul Buhle, p. 24
                          4. [+]
                            January 30, 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                            1. No Cohesive Plan on Arms Control by John B. Judis, p. 2
                            2. Little Give-And-Take in Abortion Debate by Joan Walsh, p. 3
                            3. In Short, p. 4
                            4. Can Jerry Brown Revive the Party? by Bob Gottlieb and Peter Wiley, p. 5
                            5. Employee Buy-Out Stops Plant Closing by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, pp. 5-6
                            6. Gay Rights Bills Defeated in Houston by Bob Sablatura, pp. 7-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Innovation in Italian Politics Is in the Cities by Harold Baron, p. 11
                            9. Diamond Is Too Rough on the Nicaraguan Union Movement by Mark Warschauer, George Popyack, and Luisa Blue, p. 12
                            10. Pluralism Is Necessary for a Free Labor Movement by Stephen F. Diamond, p. 12
                            11. [+]
                              Illuminating the World of a 14th Century Monastery by Christopher Hitchens, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco
                            12. Inaugural '85 by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                            13. Golub's Gruesome Reality by Hunter Drohojowska, p. 16
                          5. [+]
                            February 6, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Farmers Attack Board of Trade by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Crime: Is Self-Defense the Best Defense? by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short, p. 4
                            4. Consumers Bear the Cost of the Breakup by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                            5. Budget by David Corn, p. 6
                            6. Taxes by Richard Meyer, p. 6
                            7. MX by David Corn, p. 7
                            8. Contras by Joy Hackel, pp. 7-8
                            9. All Aboard for "Star Wars" by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                            10. Building New Image to Aid Sick Economy by Chris Norton, p. 10
                            11. Upcoming ANC Conference to Reconsider Political Strategy by Jan Pager, p. 11
                            12. Anatomy of a Strike by Peter Dammann, pp. 12-13
                            13. There's No Safety Net for Mentally Ill Poor, p. 14
                            14. The Rock Is Rubbing Against a Soft Place, p. 14
                            15. Letters, p. 15
                            16. China's Women Are Hobbled by Feudal Ideas, New Priorities by Marcia Yudkin, p. 16
                            17. Can the Ecoactivists Take on Envirocrats? by Bob Gottlieb and Peter Wiley, p. 17
                            18. [+]
                              Being Guided Through New York City's History by Mike Wallace, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The New York Red Pages by Toby Glickman and Gene Glickman
                            19. [+]
                              Forty Years of Garcia Marquez by Paul Skenazy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Collected Stories by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
                            20. Popular Culture by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-24
                          6. [+]
                            February 13, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Belgian Politicians Squirm on Missiles by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                            2. Starvation Is on the Upswing in Eritrea by Dan Connell, p. 3
                            3. In Short, p. 4
                            4. Corporate Tax Reductions Are Undermining Economic Upsurge by John B. Judis, p. 5
                            5. Pope John Paul Warns Against Alien Ideology by Greg Heires and Larry Rich, p. 6
                            6. New Offensive against "Third Worldism" by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            7. Disappearing Dreams by David Moberg, pp. 8-10
                            8. Letters, p. 11
                            9. The Mormons in Latin America by Bob Gottlieb and Peter Wiley, p. 12
                            10. [+]
                              From New York to New Mexico by E. Kay Trimberger, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. Mabel Dodge Luhan by Lois Palken Rudnick
                            11. Yankee Pluck Meets Faust by Kathleen Hulser, pp. 14-15
                            12. Catering to the Republicans by David O. Russell, p. 16
                          7. [+]
                            February 20, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Why Congress Is Selling Conrail by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Uncovering the Real Defense Share by Keith A. Sinzinger, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. No Clean Bill of Health for Medicaid Program by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Steelworkers Propose Viable Plan to Revive Dying Plant by Michael Hoyt, pp. 6-7
                            6. The Trial of Secret Police Sets Precedent by David Ost, p. 8
                            7. France's Island in the South Pacific by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                            8. Striking Miners Face Splits and Hostility by Jeremy Harding, p. 11
                            9. Politics Back in the U.S.S.R. by James Weinstein, pp. 12-13
                            10. Will Star Wars Force Domestic Reforms? by Jerry F. Hough, pp. 14-15
                            11. What Do the Reagan Deficits Really Mean, and to Whom? by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
                            12. Letters, p. 17
                            13. [+]
                              Rainforest Resources by Stephan Schwartzman, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. In the Rainforest by Catherine Caufield
                            14. [+]
                              Who Is That Masked Writer? by Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The Diaries of Jane Somers by Doris Lessing
                            15. [+]
                              Beyond the Fiscal Crisis of the State by Douglas Dowd, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Accumulation Crisis by James O'Connor
                            16. [+]
                              New Meaning to the Word Culture by James Gilbert, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Culture As History by Warren I. Susman
                            17. [+]
                              Is There Anything New under the Covers? by B. Ruby Rich, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Pleasure and Danger by Carole S. Vance
                            18. Renegade Beckett on the Subway by Joel Schechter, p. 20
                            19. Cosmic Affairs and Dustbowls by Carrie Rickey, pp. 21-23
                            20. The Writing on the Wall by Jeff Cohen, p. 24
                          8. [+]
                            February 27, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Weapons and More Weapons by David Corn, p. 2
                            2. Will Japan Flood U.S. with Autos If Quotas End? by David Moberg, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Anti-Missile Forces Gaining Momentum by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                            5. Residents Organize against Nerve Gas Tests by Thomas Kiely, p. 6
                            6. National Hispanic Leadership in Disarray by Cecilio J. Morales, p. 7
                            7. MISURA Forced Recruitment Steps Up in the Border Region by Paul Glickman, p. 8
                            8. The Real Story behind Kim Dae Jung's Return by Bruce Cumings, pp. 9-10
                            9. Yalta Reconsidered Forty Years after by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                            10. The First Hurrah by Joan Walsh, pp. 12-13
                            11. Reagan Cast as King George, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. How the Karate Kid Helped Elect Me by James Edison Notestein, p. 16
                            14. Politics Was Forced on Environmentalists by Robert Schaeffer, pp. 17-18
                            15. [+]
                              Fifty-Year Saga of Chippewa Life by Paul Skenazy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich
                            16. Reagan Illusion Mill Outdazzles Oscar Flash by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                            17. An Old Message from the Heart by Manar Said, p. 20
                            18. An Oily Sound from Band Aid by Simon Frith, pp. 21-23
                            19. A Solid Monument by Salim Muwakkil, p. 24
                          9. [+]
                            March 13, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Life of the Party by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                            2. Conservatives Bask in Their "Golden Age" by John B. Judis, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. New AFL-CIO Report Outlines Labor Revival by David Moberg, p. 5
                            5. Reagan Cuts Would Spell Hard Times Ahead by Sheryl Larson, p. 6
                            6. U.S. Lacks Transportation Policy by Glenn Yago, p. 7
                            7. Militant Teachers' Strike Hopes to Bring Long Overdue Changes by Hugh Merrill, p. 8
                            8. Fate of MX Depends on Key Swing Votes by David Corn, p. 8
                            9. Farrell's Mayoral Candidacy Is Divisive by Daniel Lazare, p. 9
                            10. Mock Attacks on Soviets Part of Naval Buildup in the Pacific by Peter Wiley, pp. 10-12
                            11. The Bigotry at the Root of Butler's Diatribes Traces Back to Anglo-Israelism, a Politic... by Doug Vaughan, p. 13
                            12. Letters, p. 14
                            13. The Disenchanted Liberal Stereotype by Peter Marchetti, p. 15
                            14. It's Church vs. Church and State in Nicaragua by Stephen F. Diamond, p. 16
                            15. "Our Brothers" in Action by Connie Blitt and Dennis Bernstein, p. 17
                            16. [+]
                              Understanding Solzhenitsyn by James North, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Solzhenitsyn: A Biography by Michael Scammell
                            17. [+]
                              Playing Ball in the Land of the Free by Lester Rodney, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Invisible Men by Donn Rogosin
                            18. Access TV Addresses People, Not Nielsens by Kathleen Hulser, p. 20
                            19. An Irreverant Look at Media by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                            20. Twenty Years without Malcolm by Salim Muwakkil, p. 24
                          10. [+]
                            March 20, 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                            1. Oakland Left, Out by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                            2. The Case against "Star Wars" by John Pike#2, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. CWP's Civil Suit Goes to Trail by Alex Charns, p. 5
                            5. Police Informant Infiltrated the CWP by Alex Charns, p. 5
                            6. Idealogues Attempt to Derail Trains by Greg LeRoy, p. 6
                            7. The Grain Shippers' Role in the Farm Crisis by Mike Dennison, p. 7
                            8. Solidarity Forever by David Moberg, pp. 8-9
                            9. Letters, p. 10
                            10. Something Rotten in the Big Apple by Jim Sleeper, pp. 11-12
                            11. [+]
                              What Did Happen May 4, 1886? by Nick Salvatore, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The Haymarket Tragedy by Paul Avrich
                            12. Afrobeat Creator "Rots in Prison," Urges Supporters to Struggle by Dave Marsh, pp. 14-15
                            13. The World Does by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                          11. [+]
                            March 27, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Land Rape in Ky. by Lynn Arditi, p. 2
                            2. Two New Stars of Europe in Crisis by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Black Democrats Clash on Tactics by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Farmers Fight Back to Save Their Land by David Moberg, pp. 6-7
                            6. Klan Files Suit against CWP by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 8
                            7. Military Intrigue and Secret Trial Show Cracks in Zia's Dictatorship by Tariq Ali, p. 9
                            8. Who's Responsible for Disappearances? by Paul Glickman, p. 10
                            9. The Hibernating Peace Movement by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                            10. A Suicide in Cleveland by Dennis Sadowski, pp. 12-13
                            11. Picking at the Edges Can't Defeat Reagan, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. John Paul ?'s Synod Threatens Reforms by Robert McClory, p. 16
                            14. American Feminists Misunderstand China by Henry Rosemont, p. 17
                            15. [+]
                              Was the U.S. a Silent Accessory? by Lehman Weichselbaum, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The Abandonment of the Jews by David S. Wyman
                            16. [+]
                              TV Critic Marc as 'Everyperson' by Paul Buhle, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Demographic Vistas by David Marc and Horace Newcomb
                            17. [+]
                              Seeking Refuge from Hoover's Anti-Red Corps by Al Richmond, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Cold War Fugitive by Gil Green
                            18. Literary Snapshots of the Sho-Nuff Blues by Alan Thomas, p. 20
                            19. Raiders of the "Tilted Arc" by Michael Sorkin, pp. 21-23
                            20. Free Market System by Ruth Burke, p. 24
                        2. [+]
                          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1985 = 11 Issues, 182 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            April 3, 1985 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Labor Report Due on Central America by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Reagan Gets His MX Missiles by David Corn, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Has the Dollar Turned a Decisive Corner? by Daniel Lazare, pp. 5-7
                            5. At a Crossroads, Friends of the Earth Confront Difficult Choices by Joan Walsh, pp. 8-9
                            6. Letters, p. 10
                            7. An Open Letter to the New Soviet Leader by Alex Amerisov, p. 11
                            8. Palestinians, Jews Join Forces for Peace by Joanne Ruby and Jackie Gelb, p. 12
                            9. [+]
                              Another Cry Heard from the Beloved Country by Dan Bellm, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The True Confessions of an Albino Terrorist by Breyten Breytenbach
                            10. Alter Egos inside Living Fantasies by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                            11. Thirty Years after His Death, Few Know That Charlie "Bird" Parker Led a Revolution That... by David Kusnet, p. 16
                          2. [+]
                            April 10, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Gulf War Persists by Fred Halliday, p. 2
                            2. Social Security Faces an Insecure Future by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Free South Africa Movement Must Cope with Sudden Success by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                            5. Hormel Local Gains Support by Jonathan Riskind, p. 6
                            6. Thatcher's Support Is Declining by Jeremy Harding, p. 7
                            7. Le Pen by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                            8. Israel's Brutal Policy Is Forcing Shi'ite Resettlement by Jim Yamin, p. 10
                            9. Thousands Evacuated from War Zone by William Gasperini, pp. 11-13
                            10. What Kind of Threat Do the Soviets Pose?, p. 14
                            11. Letters, p. 15
                            12. Congress Confronts Civil Rights Bill to Negate Grove City by Gregory D. Squires, p. 16
                            13. Papandreou Echoes Greek Consensus by Carl Marzani, p. 16
                            14. In China, Kin Position Outweighs Gender by Tani E. Barlow and Donald M. Lowe, p. 17
                            15. The Special Agonies of Living with Apartheid by James North, pp. 18-19
                            16. [+]
                              Paying Homage to a Missing Link by Donald Lazere, p. 20 - 1 Review
                              1. A Critical American: The Politics of Dwight MacDonald by Stephen J. Whitfield
                            17. Indians Update Their Signals by Kathleen Hulser, pp. 21-23
                            18. Bugs and Hugs, p. 24
                          3. [+]
                            April 17, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Labor's Tax Inertia by Jeff Drumtra, p. 2
                            2. Duarte Election Win Thwarts Right Wing by Chris Norton, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Sudanese Coup Not Likely to Alter Political Alignments by Michael Calabrese and Michael Kendall, pp. 5-6
                            5. Red Brigades Boosts Rightists by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            6. Exchange on the Production Line by Joan Walsh, pp. 8-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Soviet Newsletter by Alex Amerisov, p. 11
                            9. The South's Economy Is Not So Sunny Now by Hugh Merrill, p. 12
                            10. [+]
                              Manual Labor in a Machine Future by David Moberg, p. 13 - 3 Reviews
                              1. Forces of Production by David F. Noble
                              2. Work Transformed by Harley Shaiken
                              3. Beyond Mechanization by Larry Hirschhorn
                            11. The Cowboy Lives and He Wears a Black Hat by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                            12. Tales of Terror from El Salvador by Elizabeth Hanly, p. 16
                          4. [+]
                            April 24, 1985 Issue = 21 Articles
                            1. Now What? by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                            2. Will We Still Be an Immigrant Nation? by Veronika Kot, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Columbia Students Demand Divestiture by David Corn, p. 5
                            5. Iowa Church Greets Refugee Messenger by Beth Maschinot, p. 6
                            6. Federal Crackdown on Sanctuary Movement by W. Gardner Selby, p. 7
                            7. On TWU Picket Line with a Pan Am Flight Attendant by Cindy Hounsell, p. 8
                            8. PanAm's Settled Strike Is Pyrrhic Victory by David Mermelstein, p. 9
                            9. Upcoming Elections Will Be a Test of Papandreou's Strength by Spyros Draenos, pp. 10-11
                            10. Trouble in Brass by Jeremy Brecher, pp. 12-13
                            11. A Critical Step Toward War, p. 14
                            12. The Innocent Publication of Fictional References by Jack Newfield, p. 15
                            13. The Roots of Jim Sleeper's Vendetta by David Schneiderman, p. 15
                            14. Displaced Grudge Refuted by Paul A. Du Brul, p. 16
                            15. Voice Connoisseurs of Personal Anguish by Jim Sleeper, p. 17
                            16. [+]
                              From Slavery to Freedom by Dorothy Sterling, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Labor of Love, Labor of Sorrow by Jacqueline Jones
                              2. When and Where I Enter by Paula J. Giddings
                            17. [+]
                              A Genuine American Hero, Except for Her Sex by Ellen Carol DuBois, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. In Her Own Right by Elisabeth Griffith
                            18. [+]
                              One Woman's Story by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. I, Rigoberta Menchu by Elisabeth Burgos-Debray and Rigoberta Menchu
                            19. Robotic Rhythms, Electronic Angst by Jon Kalish, p. 20
                            20. Synthesized Keys Stir Real Fears, pp. 21-23
                            21. Sandinista Sandlots, p. 24
                          5. [+]
                            May 1, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Teamsters to Tally Votes by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Reagan Rhetoric Backfired, But Fight Over Contra Aid Isn't Over by Joy Hackel, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Spreading Crisis Threatens Housing by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. President's Recent Actions Deepen Political Crisis by William Gasperini, p. 6
                            6. Sweeping Left Victory Portends Little Change by Gregory Heires and Larry Rich, pp. 7-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Can the Cold War Be Ended Peacefully? by Leon Wofsy, pp. 11-12
                            9. [+]
                              The Spirit of Rebellion by Dan Bellm, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. To Bury Our Fathers by Sergio Ramirez
                            10. [+]
                              Debunking the Myths of the Conservatives by David Bensman, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The Economic Illusion by Robert Kuttner
                            11. Pop Culture by Richard Gehr, pp. 14-15
                            12. Apartheid by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                          6. [+]
                            May 8, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Organized Crime's Labor by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Rainbow Coalition Seeking Ways to Carry on the Fight by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Pesticides by Samuel Fromartz and Francis Wilkinson, pp. 5-6
                            5. Democratic Frontrunners Push Ahead in Gubernatorial Race by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                            6. Reconciliation Is a Reversal of History by Alex Amerisov, p. 8
                            7. Remembering the Days of Fashionable Fascism by Daniel Lazare, p. 9
                            8. Socialists Reform Electoral Policy by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                            9. House Vote by William Gasperini, pp. 11-13
                            10. Time to Let Go and Let the Third World Be, p. 14
                            11. Letters, p. 15
                            12. Defeat Palestinians, Israel Defeats Itself by Muhammad Watad, p. 16
                            13. Credibility Requires Mutual Self-Criticism by Ya'acov Silber, p. 16
                            14. House Aide Looks at Nicaragua Lobbying by Michael Lewin Ross, p. 17
                            15. [+]
                              Our Eyes Are Watching Zora Neale Hurston by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                              1. Dust Tracks on a Road by Zora Neale Hurston
                              2. Moses: Man of the Mountain by Zora Neale Hurston
                              3. Spunk by Zora Neale Hurston and Bob Callahan
                            16. [+]
                              Uncovering an Underclass by John Russo, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Journey to Nowhere by Dale Maharidge and Michael Williamson
                            17. Conservatives Find a Glow in TV's Golden Oldies by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                            18. Illuminating War with Art, Not Propaganda by Phil Sheehan, pp. 20-23
                            19. White Bread Radio by John Storm Roberts, p. 24
                          7. [+]
                            May 15, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. New Anti-Rent Control Bill Is a Rite of Spring by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                            2. Reagan's Semi-Pardon of German Nazism by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short, p. 4
                            4. Industry-Labor Coalition Fights Imports by David Moberg, p. 5
                            5. The Making of a New Union by Cecilio J. Morales, Jr., p. 6
                            6. West Germans Debate Star Wars by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            7. Back on the Front Line by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, pp. 8-9
                            8. Letters, p. 10
                            9. Forgotten History of the War in Vietnam by Noam Chomsky, p. 11
                            10. The Reagan Blend of Truth and Half-Truth by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 12
                            11. [+]
                              Taking Black Thought Seriously by Nell Irvin Painter, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The Mind of Frederick Douglass by Waldo E. Martin, Jr.
                            12. Tipsy Take on Ads for Beer and Wine by Richard Mahler, pp. 14-20
                          8. [+]
                            May 22, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Republicans Surge While Dems Drift by John B. Judis, p. 2
                            2. Nicaraguans Predict Impact of Embargo by William Gasperini, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Bishop Tutu Praises Divestment Movement by Joan Walsh, pp. 5-6
                            5. First Time for Unisex Insurance by Mike Dennison, p. 7
                            6. Propaganda War Stars Yves Montand by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                            7. Peasants Orchestrate Nationwide Land Grabs by Paul Glickman, p. 10
                            8. The PLO at a Critical Juncture by Roger Gaess, p. 11
                            9. Splintering a Legacy by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 12-13
                            10. Reagan Rehabilitates Fascism at Bitburg, p. 14
                            11. Letters, p. 15
                            12. Released Apartheid Foe Attacks Israel's Ties to South Africa by Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, p. 16
                            13. Time to Reject the Lost Country Syndrome by Lawrence Weschler, p. 17
                            14. [+]
                              West Meets East with Mikhail Bakhtin's Work by Burton Hatlen, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Mikhail Bakhtin by Katerina Clark and Michael Holquist
                            15. [+]
                              Hard-Won Fight for Free Speech by David Kairys, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Emergence of a Free Press by Leonard W. Levy
                            16. Attacking the Inane with Irony by Linda Sanders, p. 20
                            17. Streetwise by Kathleen Hulser, pp. 21-23
                            18. Prime Time Parenting by David Grote, p. 24
                          9. [+]
                            May 29, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Black Caucus Bargaining Chip by Michael Lewin Ross, p. 2
                            2. Racism's Heavy Toll in Philadelphia by James Houseworth-Findlay, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Travelers to Nicaragua Harassed By FBI by David Corn, p. 5
                            5. Acquittal of Protesters Sets Legal Precedent by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            6. Governor Race to Test the Left by Bob Narus, p. 6
                            7. Reagan Polarizes West to 'Unify' Europe by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            8. Sinn Fein in Limelight Following Elections by Donna De Cesare, p. 8
                            9. After Miners' Strike by Jeremy Harding, pp. 9-10
                            10. International Harvester? by David Moberg, pp. 11-13
                            11. The Goode Vietnam Syndrome, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. Divestiture Is Needed Now by Barbara Schuler, p. 16
                            14. Challenge Facing Students by Sterling Stuckey, p. 16
                            15. Mexico in Trouble, inside and Out by Bob Gottlieb and Peter Wiley, p. 17
                            16. [+]
                              Blasting the Myths about Politics of Euromissiles by Alexander Cockburn, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                              1. The Politics of Euromissiles by Diana Johnstone
                            17. Long Labor for the Birth Project by Lucy R. Lippard, p. 20
                            18. Facts of Fiction from S. Africa by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                            19. Taxingirs's Tolerance by Robert J. McClory, p. 24
                          10. [+]
                            June 12, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. United Strike by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Reagan Rearranges the Tax Law by Jeff Drumtra, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Black Family's Ills Provoke New Concern by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 5-6
                            5. Civil Rights by Steve Martz, p. 7
                            6. The Arms Reduction That Never Really Was by Daniel Charles, p. 8
                            7. Gandhi Walks Line between East, West by Dilip Hiro, p. 9
                            8. Warfare Comes to the Cities by James B. Goodno, p. 10
                            9. Soccer and Modern European Barbarism by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                            10. Left Politics and the Media by Joan Walsh, pp. 12-13
                            11. Look Who's Betraying the Revolution Now, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. The Necessity Defense Aids Protesters by Margaret Byrne, p. 16
                            14. Soviet Newsletter by Alex Amerisov, p. 17
                            15. [+]
                              Grace Paley's Manhattan Serial by Paul Skenazy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Later the Same Day by Grace Paley
                            16. [+]
                              Appreciating Studs Terkel's Craft by Ronald Grele, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. The Good War by Studs Terkel
                            17. Zaloom's Junky Comedy by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                            18. Disinformation Lumps by Berta Sichel, p. 20
                            19. New Vaudevillians' Create Fusion Humor, pp. 21-23
                            20. The Psychedelics of Salvation by David H. Adams, p. 24
                          11. [+]
                            June 26, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Unfriendly Skies of United Fly Again by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Corporate Raiders Are Speeding Decline by John B. Judis, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. CWP Civil Rights Suit Ends in Limited Verdict by Alex Charns, p. 5
                            5. Washington's Enemies Gut Programs for City's Needy by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                            6. Strongest Hotel Union in Country on Strike after 46 Years by Michael Hoyt, p. 7
                            7. Pro-Contra Vote Result of Back-Room Deal by Michael Lewin Ross, p. 8
                            8. On Eve of Sixth Anniversary Sandinistas Face Troubled Times by William Gasperini, p. 9
                            9. PASOK's Triumph Is Double-Edged by Spyros Draenos, p. 10
                            10. ANC Steps Up Its New Strategy of Small-Scale Violent Attacks by Michael Calabrese, p. 11
                            11. Exile Praises U.S. Protests by Dennis Brutus, p. 11
                            12. The Sources of the Bulgarian Connection by Diana Johnstone, pp. 12-13
                            13. Concessions Are Not Terrorism's Source, p. 14
                            14. Letters, p. 15
                            15. Non-Union Workers Lose Another Right by Steve Diamond, p. 16
                            16. Guerrilla Warfare Is Now Being Turned against Revolutionaries by Fred Halliday, p. 17
                            17. [+]
                              The Search for Meaning in a Narcissistic Age by Christopher Lasch, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                              1. Habits of the Heart by Robert N. Bellah, Richard Madsen, and William M. Sullivan, ...
                            18. Ladies against Women Kills'em with Kindness by Kate Walter, p. 20
                            19. Hill St. OD's on Adrenaline by Richard Mahler, pp. 21-23
                            20. Get Outta Here Kid by Ralph Soto, p. 24
                        3. [+]
                          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1985 = 8 Issues, 135 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            July 10, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. The Demise of an Unfair Fair by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Marine Killings Mask Real Threat to Duarte by Chris Norton, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Justice Department Undermines Act by Sheila D. Collins, p. 5
                            5. Women's Caucus Goes Upscale by Hugh Merrill, p. 6
                            6. Cynical Posturing By California Regents by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                            7. First Round of Texas Congressional Fight Tests Gramm's Clout by Geoffrey Rips, p. 7
                            8. Nicaragua Is under Fire Once Again by William Gasperini, p. 8
                            9. Irish Government Suffers Serious Losses at the Polls by Thomas Kiely, p. 8
                            10. A Method to Agca's Madness? by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                            11. Wearing the Workers by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, pp. 10-15
                            12. There's a Time to Sow and a Time to Reap, p. 16
                            13. Letters, p. 17
                            14. The State of the Nation on Independence Day by John Rossen, p. 18
                            15. [+]
                              The Movement's Media by Robert Hurwitt, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Uncovering the Sixties by Abe Peck
                            16. Cuban Listeners Tuning Out Messages on Radio Marti by Debra Evenson, p. 20
                            17. Re-Orienting Perspectives By Asian American Artists by Lucy R. Lippard, pp. 21-23
                            18. Nam on the Rerun by Helen Knode, p. 24
                          2. [+]
                            July 24, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Mexico Still Help in PRI's Firm Grip by Michael Tangeman, p. 2
                            2. Marcos Threatens to Call in U.S. by James B. Goodno, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Dukakis Leads Attack on Gay Foster Parents by John Demeter, p. 5
                            5. Fremont UAW Ratifies Contract, Welcomes Toyota by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                            6. U.S. Delegation Holds the Line for Reagan by Vivienne Walt, p. 6
                            7. SWAPO Decries New Interim Government by David Goodman, p. 7
                            8. Two Nations in One, Legacy of Colonialism by Jennifer Morgan, p. 8
                            9. Approach to East Splits Peace Movement by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                            10. Guerrillas Still Strong in Usulutan by Chris Norton, p. 11
                            11. Return of the Jungle by David Moberg, pp. 12-14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. The Stockholm Syndrome, Media Psychoputdown by Lawrence Weschler, p. 16
                            14. Crimes By Victims Are Called Terrorism by Noam Chomsky, p. 17
                            15. Morgan's Naive Global Village by B. Ruby Rich, p. 18
                            16. [+]
                              Sholom Aleichem's World of His Childhood by Morris Dickstein, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. From the Fair by Curt Leviant
                            17. NPR: Drifting Rightward or Simply Adrift? by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-23
                            18. Media Cool Aid by David Corn, p. 24
                          3. [+]
                            August 7, 1985 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. The Alamo of the Steel Industry? by Tim Peek, p. 2
                            2. Pretoria's Desperate Measures by Michael Calabrese, p. 3
                            3. In Short by David Futrelle, p. 4
                            4. Civil Rights Leaders Shift Course Inward by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Hormel Workers Headed for Showdown at Minnesota Plant by David Moberg, pp. 6-8
                            6. First Miskito Group Returns to Homeland by William Gasperini, pp. 9-10
                            7. Political Killings Rise as Economy Worsens by Chris Norton, p. 11
                            8. Rearming Japan by Greg Mitchell, pp. 12-13
                            9. Letters, p. 14
                            10. Gutman by Sean Wilentz, p. 15
                            11. The Democrats Must Seize the 'Work Ethic' by Steve Brouwer, p. 16
                            12. Hookers Call for Workers' Rights by Marcia Pally, p. 17
                            13. [+]
                              Latin America's Foremothers by Katherine S. Kovacs, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
                            14. [+]
                              An Update on the Allende Story by Patrick Breslin, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende by Nathaniel Davis
                            15. Kansas Artist's Work Fuses Personal and Political by Lucy R. Lippard, p. 20
                            16. The Roots of Rap Return in Guerrilla Word Play by David H. Adams, pp. 21-23
                            17. Imagine There's a Future by Joan Walsh, p. 24
                          4. [+]
                            August 21, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Third World Debt by James North, p. 2
                            2. Uncovering ARDE's Role in Hostage Event by William Gasperini, p. 3
                            3. In Short by David Futrelle, p. 4
                            4. Nevadans Concerned about Repository Site by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, p. 5
                            5. The 'New, Improved' Campaign for Economic Democracy by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                            6. U.S. Losing War on Toxic Wastes by Marvin Wanetick and Richard Asinof, p. 7
                            7. Farmers' Union Still Fighting Campbell for Fair Contract by Bebe Raupe, p. 8
                            8. Apartheid's Violent and Tragic Stalemate by Michael Calabrese, pp. 9-10
                            9. China and France by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                            10. Debating Farm Policy by David Moberg and Paul Comstock, pp. 12-15
                            11. BBC Censorship Nothing New by Dilip Hiro, p. 16
                            12. Apartheid Consensus Forms in Congress by Bill Finnegan, p. 17
                            13. [+]
                              The Writer as Dictator by Gene H. Bell-Villada, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. One Earth, Four or Five Worlds by Octavio Paz
                            14. [+]
                              No Heroes of Villains in Elkin's Wonderland by David Moberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The Magic Kingdom by Stanley Elkin
                            15. [+]
                              Third World on Display at First World's Fairs by Dave Roediger, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. All the World's a Fair by Robert W. Rydell
                            16. Local TV News Shows Strike Gold with My-Three-Sons Format by David Grote, p. 20
                            17. Feminism in Ads to Bolster Sales by Carlton English, p. 21
                            18. British Rockers Knock Thatcher by Doug Turetsky, pp. 21-23
                            19. Talking It Out by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                          5. [+]
                            September 4, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Citizen Groups Seek Effective National Politics by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Facts Point to France in Warrior Sinking by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Reagan's International War against Abortion by Leslie J. Gersing, p. 5
                            5. Arab-Black Tensions Heat Up Over Urban Business Interests by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                            6. "Workfare" Bill May Be National Model by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                            7. U.S. Administration Strengthens Ties to Chilean Military Junta by Cristian Opaso, p. 8
                            8. As Economy Falters, Social Crisis Worsens by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, pp. 9-10
                            9. Kidnapping Is Part of Contra War Plan by William Gasperini, p. 11
                            10. Critical Censoring by Beth Maschinot, pp. 12-13
                            11. The Soviet Nuclear Moratorium Tests Freeze Movement, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. The Contras Were Born in Original Sin by Edgar Chamorro, p. 16
                            14. Sanctuary Movement Exposes Secret War by Renny Golden, p. 17
                            15. Life above the Chair by Evans D. Hopkins, p. 18
                            16. [+]
                              Two Black-Comic Episodes of the Bust after the Boom by Daniel Lazare, p. 19 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Final Cut by Steven Bach
                              2. Funny Money by Mark Singer
                            17. The Real Ronnie Horror Show Comes to the Fair by Lucy Lippard, p. 20
                            18. Seeking History Beyond the Walls of the Academy by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                            19. This Revolution Will Be Televised by Luis H. Francia, p. 24
                          6. [+]
                            September 11, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Eritrean War Hurts Relief Effort by Chris Cartter, p. 2
                            2. South Africa Is Now Threatening to Divide the Republican Party by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. PRO-Peace Plans for L.A. to D.C. March by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                            5. Behind Mexico's Share of the Third World Debt by Michael Tangeman, p. 6
                            6. Mitterrand's New Nuclear Nationalism by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            7. "Bad Jews" "Good Jews" by Polly Howells, pp. 8-9
                            8. Soviet Newsletter by Alex Amerisov, p. 10
                            9. Last Hope for Mideast Peace? by Avraham Rozenkier and Aaron Alpern, p. 11
                            10. [+]
                              How Do Women Write? by Valerie Traub, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                              1. The New Feminist Criticism by Elaine Showalter
                            11. Brecht, New Vaudevillians Take on La Jolla Audiences by Robert Hurwitt, pp. 14-15
                            12. Before and after Stonewall by Jay Scott, p. 16
                          7. [+]
                            September 18, 1985 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. New Yorks' Love Affair with Koch by Jim Sleeper, p. 2
                            2. Reagan's Proliferation Politics by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Labor:Construction Unions Fighting Open Shop by Mark Erlich, p. 5
                            5. Lawsuit against DOD Challenges War Games by Laura Fraser, p. 6
                            6. Sierra Club Faces Internal Push to Increase Anti-Nuclear Work by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                            7. Terrorists' by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 8
                            8. Khmer Rouge by Michael Shari, pp. 9-10
                            9. A Divided Left Faces Collapsing Economy by Dan La Botz, p. 11
                            10. In Davao City, the Military Battles the Left for the Hearts and Minds of Filipinos. by James B. Goodno, pp. 12-13
                            11. Black Freedom and the Red Menace, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. Tomas Borge Talks about the Revolution, p. 16
                            14. Standardization Imposed By IBM Impedes Innovation by John B. Judis, p. 17
                            15. [+]
                              Sartre on Authenticity and the Phony War by Diana Johnstone, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The War Diaries by Jean-Paul Sartre and Quintin Hoare
                            16. [+]
                              Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Vows, Changing Habits by Laura Cottingham, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence by Rosemary Curb and Nancy Manahan
                            17. Music: Bay Area Hears a World Beat by David Feld, p. 20
                            18. Recording the Ribbon Project by Richard Miller, pp. 21-23
                            19. DC Comics Is Cleaning Its Cosmological House and Rebuilding Its Universe. by Russell Miller, p. 24
                          8. [+]
                            September 25, 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                            1. British Riots by Dilip Hiro, p. 2
                            2. More Funding Needed in Rising AIDS Crisis by Steve Martz, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Drop in Poverty Rate Hides Rising Injustices by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 5-6
                            5. Nicaragua by William Gasperini, p. 7
                            6. The Boss' Other America by David Corn, pp. 8-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Peace Plan for Central America by E. Bradford Burns, p. 11
                            9. Unleashing the CIA in Reagan's War? by Joy Hackel and Daniel Siegel, p. 11
                            10. Americans Shouldn't Be So Quick to Mock Soviet Peace Groups by Norman Solomon, p. 12
                            11. [+]
                              Revisionist History Breaks Through Cold War Biases by Greg Gaut, p. 13 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Rethinking the Soviet Experience by Stephen F. Cohen
                              2. The Making of the Soviet System by Moshe Lewin
                            12. Music: Funk Meets Jah on British Charts by Simon Frith, pp. 14-15
                            13. "Dear Constituents" by Leonard Solomon, p. 16
                        4. [+]
                          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1985 = 9 Issues, 144 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            October 2, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Meese Versus Affirmative Action by Kim Lacy Rogers and Thomas Zoumaras, p. 2
                            2. High Stakes of German Defense Debate by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Blacks' Test Scores Reignite Controversy by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Hi-Tech by Joan Walsh, pp. 6-7
                            6. Attacks on Abortion Clinics Fuel Community Tensions by G. Pascal Zachary, p. 8
                            7. Reagan's "Arms Bazaar" Style Leaves Mideast Policy in Chaos by Geoffrey Aronson, p. 9
                            8. PLO Ambivalence Imperils Accords by Jeremy Harding, p. 10
                            9. Generals Charged with Genocidal Acts by Pat Aufderheide, p. 11
                            10. Assault on Sanctuary by Moe Snell, pp. 12-13
                            11. A Major Positive Step But One That Avoids the Primary Issue, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. Cuba's Up and Down Attempts at Planning by Gary Fields, p. 16
                            14. Managing the News in the East and West by Fred Halliday, p. 17
                            15. Debray's "Revolution in the Revolution" Is Over by Diana Johnstone, pp. 18-19
                            16. Revisiting the Country, Singing by Marcia Pally, p. 20
                            17. Hot Art in the Summertime by Lucy R. Lippard, pp. 21-23
                            18. A Word from the Klan by John Ross, p. 24
                          2. [+]
                            October 9, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Union's Right to Boycott Upheld by Drew Mendelson, p. 2
                            2. Mexico's Future Shaky in Quake Recovery by William Gasperini, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Comparable Worth Advocates Optimistic by Joan Walsh, pp. 5-6
                            5. Mitterrand Sunk By Rainbow Warrior by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            6. Appalshop Arts Center Provides an Impassioned and Eloquent Defense of a Regional Cultur... by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 8-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Hispanic Attitudes Will Alter Politics by Geoffrey Fox, p. 11
                            9. Mixed U.S. Signals Encourage Invasion by Shirley Washington, p. 12
                            10. [+]
                              Displaced Americans Find Home in Leffland's Fiction by Paul Skenazy, p. 13 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Mrs. Munck by Ella Leffland
                              2. Last Courtesies and Other Stories by Ella Leffland
                            11. Still Miming for the Cause by Robert Hurwitt, pp. 14-15
                            12. Laboring for Cultural Expression by Tom Juravich, p. 16
                          3. [+]
                            October 16, 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Ten-Year Fight to Reform Teamsters by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Gorbachov's Chilly Reception in France by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Union Politics Split Apartheid Economy by Roger Kerson, pp. 5-6
                            5. Rampant Corruption after Quake by Michael Tangeman, p. 7
                            6. Extremist Forces Rise as Economy Crumbles by Kurt Jacobsen, p. 8
                            7. Israeli Raid on Tunis Shoots Down Diplomatic Peace Solution by Jeremy Harding, p. 9
                            8. Hi-Tech by Joan Walsh, pp. 10-11
                            9. Leaning on the Pemagon by Bill Hall, pp. 12-13
                            10. Some Principles Are Made Only for Friends, p. 14
                            11. Seeking Polarization Is a Desperate Necessity, p. 14
                            12. Letters, p. 15
                            13. The New Cold War's Meaning, pp. 16-17
                            14. [+]
                              Rewriting the Revolution by Sean Wilentz, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. The American Revolution by Edward Countryman
                            15. [+]
                              Was It Merely a Revolution in the Family? by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Nicaragua: Revolution in the Family by Shirley Christian
                            16. [+]
                              Assimilation for Fun and Profit by Mimi Bluestone, p. 20 - 1 Review
                              1. Crossover Dreams (1985 Film) by Leon Ichaso
                            17. Playing Music in a Key of Freedom, pp. 21-23
                            18. Laughing at Dosen by Phillip Johnson, p. 24
                          4. [+]
                            October 23, 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. The Vicious Cycle of Terrorism by Dilip Hiro, p. 2
                            2. Anti-Apartheid Day on Campuses by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Labor Report by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                            5. The SPD Is Seeking a Policy to Save Detente by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            6. Rhetoric Racial Division by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 8-9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Saturn Deal Is Bad for Unions by Mike Parker, p. 11
                            9. Soviet Freeze Offers Missed Opportunities by Alex Amerisov, p. 12
                            10. [+]
                              Traveling Through Life without Guidebooks by Paul Skenazy, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler
                            11. Tragi-Comix by Lucy Lippard, pp. 14-15
                            12. A Festival of Unexpected Pleasures by B. Ruby Rich, p. 16
                          5. [+]
                            October 30, 1985 Issue = 22 Articles
                            1. Anti-Nuke Doctors Get Peace Prize by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Germany in Quandary Over Share of Star Wars Research by Michael Lucas and Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Goode's Bad Move Returns to Haunt Him by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Reversing Judicial Philosophy by Rex B. Wingerter, p. 6
                            6. Hi-Hech Unions by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                            7. Issues of Morality Dominate Houston's Political Races by Bob Sablatura, p. 8
                            8. Tracking the Pastora Bomber by William Gasperini, p. 9
                            9. Economic Issues Heat Up Elections by Michael Knell, p. 9
                            10. U.S. Is Dragging Its Allies into a War of Reprisals by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                            11. Execution Brings More Unrest by Dennis Bernstein, p. 11
                            12. Kangaroo Court Leaves Aquino Killing Unsolved by James B. Goodno, pp. 11-13
                            13. Liberty Does Not Concern the Administration, p. 14
                            14. Letters, p. 15
                            15. AFL-CIO Foreign Policy Faces Revolt by John Russo, p. 16
                            16. Chip Gap Growing as Japanese Pull Ahead by John B. Judis, p. 17
                            17. [+]
                              Fulfilling the Sexual Fears of Middle-Class Men by Martha Vicinus, p. 18 - 1 Review
                              1. Disorderly Conduct by Carroll Smith-Rosenberg
                            18. [+]
                              Soweto Revolt Is Considered from inside Out by Darcy DeMarco, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. A Ride on the Whirlwind by Sydney Sipho Sepamla
                            19. [+]
                              Peasants Pawns in War Game by Dan Bellm, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Forced to Move by Renato Camarda
                            20. Living at Risk in Nicaragua Today by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                            21. [+]
                              Larger-Than-Life Legacy of Welles' Citizen Kane by James Roy MacBean, pp. 21-23 - 2 Reviews
                              1. Citizen Kane (1941 Film) by Orson Welles
                              2. Man of Marble (1976 Film) by Andrzej Wajda
                            22. A Cultural Aversion by Caroline Wang, p. 24
                          6. [+]
                            November 6, 1985 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Scientists Say No to Star Wars by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Strategic Defense' Will End Hope of Nuclear Arms Control by John Pike#2, pp. 3-4
                            3. U.S. Initiatives Reinforce Nuclear Deterrence Policy by Diana Johnstone, p. 5
                            4. Space Station Will Up Ante in Weapons Race by S.K. Levin, p. 6
                            5. Drafting the South into the Nuclear Arc by Carol Wise, pp. 7-8
                            6. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 9
                            7. Letters, p. 10
                            8. Disinformation as an Accepted Way of Life by Alex Forman, pp. 11-12
                            9. [+]
                              Black Politics: Charting a Movement by James Jennings, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. Black American Politics by Manning Marable
                            10. Playing It Safe by Burt Dragin, pp. 14-15
                            11. Prime Time's Copycat Creativity by Bryan Winston, p. 16
                          7. [+]
                            November 13, 1985 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. SAG Saga by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                            2. New Issues Reviving Dormant Arguments by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Teaching the AFL-CIO Some New Tricks by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                            5. Campus Watchdogs Bare Teeth by Rosanna Perotti, p. 7
                            6. The Geneva Summit Pits Star Wars against Future of Arms Control by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                            7. The Philippines by James B. Goodno, p. 10
                            8. Ortega Defends New State of Emergency by William Gasperini, p. 11
                            9. America's Channel by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                            10. Underlying Issue in the Upcoming Summit, p. 14
                            11. Countering Racism in Israel by Eric Lee, p. 15
                            12. Success of Reagan's Irrational Politics Has Intimidated Us All by Ronald Aronson and Steve Golin, pp. 16-17
                            13. [+]
                              America's Psyche Through a Prism of Time by Alan Cheuse, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                              1. The Nuclear Age by Tim O'Brien
                              2. Back in the World by Tobias Wolff
                              3. World's Fair by E.L. Doctorow
                            14. [+]
                              The Battlefield in Our Backyard by Jonathan F. Saxton, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Nuclear Battlefields by William M. Arkin and Richard W. Fieldhouse
                            15. New Feminist Artists Show They Have a Mean Sense of Humor by Lucy Lippard, p. 20
                            16. From Cougar to Mellencamp by Steve Perry, p. 21
                            17. Dan White Trial by Patrice Clark Koelsch, pp. 21-36
                          8. [+]
                            December 18, 1985 Issue = 14 Articles
                            1. Inside Labor by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. Chicago Remap May Signal Death Knell for Machine by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. Veggie Barons Try Union Freeze-Out by Joan Walsh, pp. 5-6
                            5. American Dollars Can't Cause Scandal by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                            6. Voters Give Parti Quebecois Cold Shoulder by Robert Good, p. 7
                            7. Fear of Knowledge by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 8-9
                            8. Letters, p. 10
                            9. Sandinistas Trying to Cure Miskito Errors by Staughton Lynd and Alice Lynd, p. 11
                            10. FSLN Stifles Internal Democracy by Stephen F. Diamond, p. 12
                            11. [+]
                              More Than Just a Regular Joe by Lester Rodney, p. 13 - 1 Review
                              1. Champion by Chris Mead
                            12. Parking Spaces for Satellites by Donna A. Demac, p. 14
                            13. Pop's Aesthetics of Possession by Simon Frith, pp. 14-15
                            14. Reading and Writing & Revolution, Will Nicaraguan Schools Get Back to Basics? by William Gasperini, p. 16
                          9. [+]
                            December 25, 1985 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Zeroing in on Economic Woes by David Moberg, p. 2
                            2. A Dangerous New Chemical Dependency by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                            3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                            4. New Horizons for Rainbow Coalition by Salim Muwakkil, p. 5
                            5. Disorder in the Court as a Flimsy Case Puts Conscience on Trial by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, pp. 6-8
                            6. Bell Rates Hiked by Passing the Buck by Barbara Tannenbaum, p. 9
                            7. Vinicio Cerezo Tiptoes Toward the Center by Chris Norton, p. 10
                            8. Ensuring Health Profits Is Industry Policy by Allen Hornblum, p. 11
                            9. Ask Not for Whom the Whistle Blows by Rex B. Wingerter, p. 11
                            10. The Kids Aren't Right by Bill Hall, pp. 12-13
                            11. Letters, p. 14
                            12. Stalemate at Synod Results in Creative Suspension by Robert McClory, p. 15
                            13. For Divided Families, the Pain Never Ends by Alexander Amerisov, p. 16
                            14. Soviet Leaders Seek Third World Calm by Fred Halliday, p. 17
                            15. This Year's New Frontiers by Alan Cheuse, p. 18
                            16. [+]
                              The Unhappy Warriors by William Smock, p. 19 - 1 Review
                              1. Star Warriors by William J. Broad
                            17. Mexico's Youth Find Roots in Homegrown Rock by Peter Katel, p. 20
                            18. "Volcanto" Erupts on Nicaraguan Cultural Stage by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 20
                            19. Punk Meets Hillbilly in the Musical Mainstream by Steve Perry, pp. 21-23
                            20. Radiodifusion Bilingue Bilingual Broadcasting by Richard Mahler, p. 24
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                              Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 222 Issues, 4,094 Articles
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                                Issues of 1990 = 28 Issues, 551 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1991 = 14 Issues, 250 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1999 = 23 Issues, 350 Articles
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                                                  Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
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                                                      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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