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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 Jan.-Mar. 1977 = 13 Issues, 385 Articles
          1. [+]
            January 5, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Old Wine in New Year Bottles, p. 2
            2. Bossism after the Boss? by Don Rose, p. 3
            3. Wheeling and Dealing for Daley's Legacy by David Moberg, p. 3
            4. Who Is-And Was-Griffin Bell? by Jon Jacobs, p. 4
            5. Carter Appointments Threaten Support by Tim Frasca, p. 5
            6. Multinationals by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            7. Camp Pendleton Racial Violence by Bill Ritter, p. 7
            8. Tanker Explosion Triggers Fight for Harbor Safety by Dave Lindorff, p. 7
            9. It's Tough to Fight a Two-Front War' by Bill Wallace, p. 8
            10. PLO Ready to Compromise? by Ian Lustick, p. 9
            11. Rabin Resigns by Russ Stetler, p. 9
            12. Australian Unions Foil Corporate Developers by John Judis, p. 10
            13. Sweden's Nuclear Power Remains Unchecked by Thomas Galazen, p. 10
            14. The Emperor Bokassa by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
            15. His Words Danced by Joe Stevenson and Gehla Knight, p. 12
            16. [+]
              Bound for Glory: Too Cool about a Bad Time by Mavis Lyons, pp. 13-14 - 1 Review
              1. Bound for Glory (1976 Film) by Hal Ashby
            17. Crime: The Pervasive American Syndrome by Elliot Currie, pp. 15-16
            18. [+]
              Independent Feature Film Captures Emotional Violence of Living in U.S. by Sam Silver, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Off the Wall (1977 Film) by Rick King
            19. [+]
              Son of Silent Movie Goes to Cucamonga by Janet Stevenson, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Nickelodeon (1976 Film) by Peter Bogdanovich
            20. [+]
              A Good Look at Daily Life in the USSR-But Short on Economics by Carl Marzani, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. The Russians by Hedrick Smith
            21. [+]
              A Look at American's Women at Work by Judy MacLean, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. America's Working Women by Rosalyn Fraad Baxandall, Linda Gordon, and Susan Reverby, ...
            22. American Family Life by Alan Cheuse, pp. 19-20
            23. Are We Naive and Blind to Union Bureaucracy? by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 21
            24. Keynes and Carter by Robert Carson, p. 22
            25. On the Banquet Trail of the Failure of American Journalism by James Aronson, p. 23
            26. Turning the Desert Green for International Agribusiness by Frances Moore Lappe and Joseph Collins, p. 23
            27. Criminals Move in All Walks of Life, p. 24
            28. The Minor Party Vote, p. 24
            29. Blacks and Women in Carter's Cabinet, p. 24
          2. [+]
            January 12, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. An Icy Blast of Antarctic Air, p. 2
            2. Puerto Rican Oil Greases Ford Gambit? by Ronnie Lovler, p. 3
            3. New Conflict of Interest Rules by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            4. Calif. Decision Hits Property Tax by Linda Hunt, p. 4
            5. Attica Inmates Pardoned, But Books Not Closed by Judy MacLean, p. 5
            6. 20,000 Seeking Jobs on Carter's Team by Jeffrey Stein, p. 5
            7. Byrd and Baker to Lead Senate Parties by Tim Frasca, p. 5
            8. Enter Brzezinski by Joe Stork, p. 6
            9. Brown Already Insider-Nothing New Likely by John Markoff, p. 6
            10. Carter Kills Populist Hopes Early-It's Now Up to the Left to Organize by Alan Wolfe, p. 7
            11. Changes in U.S. Army Mean GIs May Unionize by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 8
            12. Dynamic Young AFGE Leader Learns Power of Numbers by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 8
            13. Sinn Fein Leader Seeks United Ireland by David Moberg, p. 9
            14. Scots, Welsh Parties Press for Autonomy, Threaten Labor Rule by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
            15. New Study Sparks Mexican Abortion Controversy by Harvey Levenstein, p. 10
            16. Left Trend Stalled in Socialism International by Bruce Vandervort, p. 11
            17. Faceoff in the Steelworkers by David Moberg, pp. 12-14
            18. War on Crime Stays on the Streets by Elliot Currie, p. 15
            19. D.C. Antiwar Center Closes Doors by Jeffrey Stein, p. 16
            20. Making It to the Pros by Jack Russell, p. 16
            21. [+]
              Birth Control's Past Unveiled by Elinor Langer, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Woman's Body, Woman's Right by Linda Perlman Gordon
            22. [+]
              Secret Africa Study by Al Richmond, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. The Kissinger Study of Southern Africa by Mohamed A. El-Khawas and Barry Cohen
            23. [+]
              Novel on Killers by Chris C. Mojekwu, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. The Mercenaries by Gilles Tippette
            24. [+]
              Rocky: With Dignity a Loser Makes it by Carol Becker and Michael Kreisberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Rocky (1976 Film) by John G. Avildsen
            25. [+]
              Voyage: Stars Obscure Tragedy by Al Auster and Leonard Quart, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Voyage of the Damned (1976 Film) by Stuart Rosenberg
            26. [+]
              ABC TV Airs Roots in Eight-Part Series by Alice Allgaier, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Roots by Alex Haley
            27. [+]
              A New Delight for Kids by Karen Morrill, p. 20 - 1 Review
              1. Who in the Zoo? by Wilma Shore
            28. [+]
              Clear Material on Sex Education by Janet Stevenson, pp. 20-21 - 1 Review
              1. The Rand McNally Atlas of the Body and Mind by Rand McNally
            29. Cigarettes by Salvador Luria, p. 22
            30. Effect of Steelworkers' No-Strike Pledge Disputed By New Findings by Staughton Lynd, p. 23
            31. Blacks Are Now Primary Victims of Urban Decay and Federal Apathy by Ed Greer, p. 23
            32. With the People Not the President, p. 24
          3. [+]
            January 19, 1977 Issue = 37 Articles
            1. Poisoned Puppies Seek Revenge, p. 2
            2. Carter Package by Tim Frasca, p. 3
            3. "A Mosquito on an Elephant's Rump", p. 3
            4. A "Real Farmer" at USDA by Cary Fowler, p. 4
            5. Food Stamp Blues Hit Congress by Jeff Kirsch, p. 5
            6. Carter's Farm Policy - To Support or Not to Support by Sarah James, p. 5
            7. New Englanders Fight Food Dependency by Michael A. Scully, p. 6
            8. Labor to Demand Job Security in '77 Talks by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            9. Sadlowski and McBride Trade Money Charges by David Moberg, p. 7
            10. In Short, p. 8
            11. Public Artists under Fire in S.F. by Linda Siskind, p. 8
            12. China Leaders Stake Future on New Industrial Strategy by David Milton, p. 9
            13. Easily France's Worst Newspaper and One of the Worst in the World by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
            14. Vietnam's Prisoners by Jim Miller, p. 11
            15. India's CP Breaks with Indira Gandhi by Robert A. Manning, p. 11
            16. 1: Caribbean Leftist Regimes Batten down Their Hatches by Harvey Levenstein, p. 12
            17. 2: Palestinian Resistance Focuses Mideast Conflict by Harvey Levenstein, p. 12
            18. 3: Communist Spectre Southern Europe Nations by John Judis and David Plotke, p. 12
            19. 4: Rhodesian Black Rule Near, South Africa Protest Grows by Stephen Talbot, p. 13
            20. Exploring Southern Labor by Bob McMahon, p. 14
            21. Health in Short by Bonne Nesbitt, p. 14
            22. Jessie Lloyd O'Connor by Judy MacLean, p. 15
            23. What Next? by Jessie Lloyd O'Connor, p. 15
            24. Can't Reform Them, So Punish Them by Elliot Currie, p. 16
            25. [+]
              October Light: Two Novels One Boring, One Brilliant by Talshian Ferrell, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. October Light by John Gardner
            26. [+]
              Polish Poet Visits Homeland by Velma Tate, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Polish Profiles by Antoni Gronowicz
            27. [+]
              Mort Sahl Plays the Lone Ranger by Janet Stevenson, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Heartland by Mort Sahl
            28. [+]
              Elaine May Is No Lina Wertmuller by Mavis Lyons, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Mikey and Nicky (1976 Film) by Elaine May
            29. [+]
              You Should Have Seen Kong I by Noel Carroll, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. King Kong (1976 Film) by John Guillermin
            30. [+]
              Goya - The Artist of an Aborted Revolution by David Moberg, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Goya and the Impossible Revolution by Gwyn A. Williams
            31. Television by Jane Melnick, p. 20
            32. Theater, p. 20
            33. Opinion by James Livingston, p. 21
            34. Letters, p. 22
            35. Will National Health Insurance Insure Anyone's Better Health? by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 23
            36. The Westway in New York Will Help the Auto Industry, Not Mass Transit by Ira Shor, p. 23
            37. Ban the Klan, p. 24
          4. [+]
            January 26, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Even Our Great Nation, p. 2
            2. Marching Away from King's Dream by Raoul Sinclair, p. 3
            3. Ford-Carter Budget Burdens Poor by Tim Frasca, p. 4
            4. Imported Color TVs by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            5. Little Progress in Integrating Suburbs by David Moberg, p. 6
            6. In Search of the Coffee Bean by Judy MacLean, p. 7
            7. Soviet Anti-Semitism by Max Gordon, p. 8
            8. Thais Seek U.S. Nuclear Weapons by Jeffrey Stein, p. 9
            9. A New French Revolution? - United French Left Makes Sharp Gains by Bernard H. Moss, p. 10
            10. Daley's Legacy by Don Rose, p. 11
            11. Daley and Labor by Sidney Lens, p. 12
            12. Daley and Finances by Leon M. Despres, p. 12
            13. Daley and Blacks by Francis Ward, p. 13
            14. Post Mortems, p. 14
            15. Daley the Builder by David Moberg, p. 14
            16. Job-Related Cancer on the Rise by Bonne Nesbitt, p. 15
            17. Put Crime on Social Change Agenda by Elliot Currie, p. 16
            18. PTA Launches National Campaign to Reduce Violence on TV by Jim Rinnert, p. 17
            19. [+]
              De Niro Does It Again by Mavis Lyons, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. The Last Tycoon (1976 Film) by Elia Kazan
            20. Requiem for Mary Richards by Elayne Rapping, p. 18
            21. [+]
              Unlimited Options Prove Limiting for Grads of '65 by Dennis Levitt, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. What Really Happened to the Class of '65 by Michael Medved and David Wallechinsky
            22. [+]
              Louise Nevelson Talks about Her Life and Art by Jane Melnick, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Dawns and Dusks by Louise Nevelson and Diana McKown Nevelson
            23. Where Have All the Folk Songs Gone? by Steve Chapple, p. 20
            24. Carter's Little Labor Pills by Robert Carson, p. 21
            25. Letters, p. 22
            26. The Right to Representation in Union Grievance Procedure by Staughton Lynd, p. 23
            27. The Failure of Popular Socialism by Roberta Lynch, p. 23
            28. China Shakes the Maoists, p. 24
            29. Sick Transit Inglorious EPA, p. 24
          5. [+]
            February 2, 1977 Issue = 33 Articles
            1. Little Mercy from That Quarter, p. 2
            2. Local "Red Squads" under Attack Across Country by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. California Housing Group Organizes by Cary D. Lowe, p. 4
            4. Hayden Forces Take Step Towards Organization by Jill Breslau and Sam Silver, p. 4
            5. Capitol Beat, p. 5
            6. Carter's Pardon Pleases Few Angers Many, p. 5
            7. Immigrants from Over the Border by David Helvarg, p. 6
            8. La Migra Harassment Continues by Sam Kushner, p. 7
            9. San Ysidro by David Moberg, p. 7
            10. Congress Reconsidering "Rodino Bill" This Year by Sarah James, pp. 7-8
            11. Mondale's Trilateral Trip by Robert A. Manning, p. 9
            12. Left Unites Around Common Program by Bernard H. Moss, p. 10
            13. Smith Faces Renewed Rhodesia War by Robert A. Manning, p. 11
            14. ZANU Places Hopes on Armed Struggle by John Judis, p. 11
            15. Kopple Gets Things Done, p. 12
            16. [+]
              Harlan County, USA: Still Bloody and Violent by Mavis Lyons, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976 Film) by Barbara Kopple
            17. Women's Studies Assoc. Meets by Barbara Corrado Pope, p. 14
            18. Intelligence Test Weed Out Brightest by Jack Saunders, p. 15
            19. If You're Smart, Turn the Other Cheek by Jack Saunders, p. 15
            20. Christians for Socialism by Judy MacLean, p. 16
            21. Ten Best Films of '76, p. 17
            22. A Worst Seller List for '76 by Alan Cheuse, p. 17
            23. [+]
              A Poet Remembers Her Loves by Valerie Taylor, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. A World of Light by May Sarton
            24. New York Poets Call Review Racist Sexist, p. 18
            25. [+]
              How Socialism Worked in U.S. by Dorothy Ray Healey, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Socialism and the Cities by Bruce M. Stave
            26. [+]
              Moynihan Report Gets Coup De Grace from Gutman's Black Family by Maynard Seider, p. 19 - 2 Reviews
              1. Blaming the Victim by William Ryan
              2. The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, 1750-1925 by Herbert G. Gutman
            27. 1976 Music by Kent Jacobson, pp. 19-20
            28. Why Does Cater Fancy Vance? by William Burr, p. 21
            29. Marginal Work Is on the Rise as Traditional Jobs Evaporate by Robert B. Carson, p. 22
            30. Dialog by Marvin Mandell, p. 22
            31. Murdoch Gobbles Felker. From the Belly He Cries "I Shall Return" by James Aronson, p. 23
            32. The CIA Comes Back Fighting, Has Carter on the Defensive by Alan Wolfe, p. 23
            33. A Good Enough Ocean with Plenty of Fish, p. 24
          6. [+]
            February 9, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
            1. The Iceage Cometh?, p. 2
            2. Unions Push Labor Law Reform by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. South Korea's Park Sinks from U.S. Betrayal by James Stentzel, p. 3
            4. Who Will Control New Forms of Life?, p. 4
            5. Peoples Business Commission Attacks Private DNA Research by Sarah James, p. 4
            6. War Resisters Meet, Protest Carter Amnesty by Ed Sowders, p. 5
            7. Nash Rodriguez by Sam Kushner, p. 6
            8. Cities Adopt Residence Rules by David Moberg, p. 7
            9. Consumer Group Makes Bank Pay by Ken McEldowney, p. 8
            10. Teamsters Close Field Offices in California by Sam Kushner, p. 8
            11. Eastern European Dissenters Revive by Louis Menashe, p. 9
            12. Communists Adapt to New Conditions by Bernard H. Moss, pp. 10-13
            13. "Effective" Antipoverty Group Resists Cutoff by Steve Turner, p. 14
            14. Gov. Ella Grasso Is No Feminist by Marc Gunther, p. 15
            15. Wilmington Citizens Resist Hospital Removal by Robert Steinbrook, p. 16
            16. Heart Disease by Bonne Nesbitt, p. 17
            17. [+]
              Sometimes a Woman Is Safer on the Street, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Battered Wives by Del Martin
            18. [+]
              Simone Weil: She Grasped the Essence and Acted on It by Staughton Lynd, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Simone Weil: A life by Simone Petrement
            19. Eighty Million Americans Watch Roots on TV by Judy MacLean, p. 19
            20. Alternative Networks Give Public a Chance by Janet Stevenson, pp. 19-20
            21. Food and Politics by Joseph D. Collins and Frances Moore Lappe, p. 21
            22. Letters, p. 22
            23. Enoch Powell Speech Helps Switch on British Racism by Mervyn Jones, p. 23
            24. Carter Surrenders to Corporate Interests, p. 24
            25. Repression in Russia and Eastern Europe, p. 24
          7. [+]
            February 16, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Links or Ground It's Still Sausage, p. 2
            2. Sadlowski Loses, Will Continue Fight by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. Young to Africa by Stephen Talbot, p. 3
            4. Carter Declines to Appoint Alternative Economist to CEA by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            5. Carter Backs Paul Warnke in Arms Control Skirmish by Tim Frasca, p. 4
            6. Wilmington Ten Case Sounds Bell on Frameup by Tim Frasca, p. 4
            7. Seabrook by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            8. HRP Independent Rejoins Democrats by Toby Aaron, p. 6
            9. Socialist Victory in Ypsilanti? by Eric Jackson, p. 6
            10. Berkeley Electoral Alliance Split Over Communist by Jill Breslau and David Fogarty, p. 7
            11. Andrew Young by Boyd Lewis, p. 8
            12. Italian CPers Link Fate to Czechs by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
            13. Dictatorship Out, Democracy in by Bernard H. Moss, pp. 10-13
            14. In the Race for Offshore Oil New Bill Would Define Some Limits by Jim Frasca, p. 14
            15. Football Fantasy and Class Conflict by Jack Russell, p. 15
            16. E's Gone and Invented a Non-Sexist Pronoun, Blimey by David Helvarg, p. 15
            17. Tenants Win in San Francisco by Chester Hartman, p. 16
            18. Folk Music Alive and Well in Chicago by G. Gigi Gilmartin, p. 17
            19. [+]
              Folk Performers and Protesters in New Books, p. 17 - 2 Reviews
              1. Folk Music by Kristin Baggelaar and Donald Milton
              2. Minstrels of the Dawn by Jerome L. Rodnitzky
            20. Shrunken and Distorted Version of Roots on TV by Bill Cutler, p. 18
            21. [+]
              An Exodus Without a Moses by Arthur Zilversmit, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Exodusters by Nell Irvin Painter
            22. [+]
              Life Is Rigorous in Suburbia by Talshian Ferrell, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank by Erma Bombeck
            23. Brownsville Raid Is Good Get for TV by Sally Banes and Noel Carroll, p. 19
            24. [+]
              Bigger Is Better in Burglaries By Subversive Suburbanites by Janet Stevenson, p. 20 - 1 Review
              1. Fun with Dick and Jane (1977 Film) by Ted Kotcheff
            25. Tailgunner Joe by Norman Markowitz, p. 21
            26. Letters, p. 22
            27. The Theory of Evolution Is Still a Threat to Racist Regimes Like That of South Africa by Salvador Luria, p. 23
            28. According to the Law, There Are Thousands of Living Dead by Joshua DressLer, p. 23
            29. Remember When the AAA Killed a Million Hogs a Day?, p. 24
          8. [+]
            February 23, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
            1. Labor's Untold Stories, p. 2
            2. Some Day Panama Might own Its Canal by Cam Duncan, p. 3
            3. Cocky Soglin Comes in Second in Madison Race by Judy Strasser, p. 3
            4. Property Tax Rebellion in Massachusetts by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 4
            5. Citizens Review Commission Takes on FBI in Minnesota by Karen Northcott, p. 4
            6. The Story of Two Pauls by Alan Wolfe, p. 5
            7. Village Voice Workers Organize into a Union by Sally Banes, p. 5
            8. History Lingers, Prevents IUE-UE Merger by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            9. Random Samples, p. 7
            10. Israeli Labor Party Rocked By Scandal by Leonard Helfgott, p. 8
            11. Mexico's Lopez Portillo Woos U.S. Dollars with Carrots and Stick by Harvey Levenstein, p. 9
            12. Should British Workers Also Be Bosses? by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
            13. Sevareid's England Sinks into the North Sea by Joseph Conlin, pp. 10-13
            14. What Has It Done for us Lately?, p. 14
            15. Letters, p. 15
            16. Education in Crisis by Ira Shor, p. 16
            17. Female Sexuality Reaches New Hites-Masturbation Is the New in Thing by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 17
            18. Labor and the Law-Public Ownership & Workers' Control by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
            19. One Big Union at the Herald-Examiner by Bob Gottlieb, p. 18
            20. Red Squad Files by David Moberg, p. 19
            21. Self Help in Andes Village by Velma Tate, p. 20
            22. New "Ministers" Avoid Taxes by Judy MacLean, p. 20
            23. [+]
              His Object All Sublime, to Make the Energy Fit the Task by Frances W. Herring, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Poverty of Power by Barry Commoner
            24. [+]
              Ferlinghetti's Seventh: One of Whitman's "Wild Children" Sings His Mind by David M. Szonyi, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Who Are We Now? by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
            25. Merce Cunningham Tours by Sally Banes, p. 22
            26. Anderson Birthday Celebrated by Janet Stevenson, p. 23
            27. Children's Corner by Esme Raji Codell, p. 23
            28. Lincoln Brigade's Fight against Fascism by Arthur H. Landis, p. 24
          9. [+]
            March 2, 1977 Issue = 30 Articles
            1. Ford's Men by Tim Frasca, p. 2
            2. Rent Control by Dennis Keating and Susan Climo, p. 3
            3. British Labor Party's Right Wing Still in the Saddle by Mervyn Jones, p. 3
            4. Charter Reform in Boston Brings Out All Interest Groups by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 4
            5. Sam Brown Shakes Up the Banks by Timothy Lange, p. 5
            6. Making Socialism 'Mainstream' - DSOC Builds on Its Strengths by John Judis, pp. 6-7
            7. Washington Report, p. 8
            8. Wildcat Strikes Spread in Southern Illinois Mines by Dan Marschall, p. 8
            9. Is Carter for Real on Human Rights? by Jeffrey Stein, p. 9
            10. Students Charge U.S. Hinders Inquiry into Iranian Arrests by Judy MacLean, p. 9
            11. Saudi Fear of Left Fuels OPEC Split by Joe Stork, p. 10
            12. Coups, Civil War Wrack Ethiopia by Robert A. Manning, p. 11
            13. When Germany Cried Wolf! by Anson G. Rabinbach, pp. 12-13
            14. The Corporate Rule or Ruin "Trade-Off", p. 14
            15. The "Impeccable Maurice" Is Dead by C.H. George, p. 15
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. Congress Losing Control of Foreign Aid to Closed-Door Executive Agencies by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, p. 16
            18. Cynicism - An American Way of Life Afflicting Working Class and the Left by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
            19. Health Care Stalemated in Chaos of Private Profiteering at Public Expense by Gary Victor, p. 17
            20. 40 Years of Getting People Together by Dan Marschall, p. 18
            21. Smokey Now Carries a Big Stick by Bernard Shanks, p. 19
            22. Consumers Fleeing Computerized Check-Out by Anthony O. Miller, p. 19
            23. Montana Jackalope Visits San Clemente by Screamin Montana Jackalope, p. 20
            24. [+]
              Sexual Arrangements Must Be Altered in a Revolutionary Way by Carol Becker, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Mermaid and the Minotaur by Dorothy Dinnerstein
            25. [+]
              Smedley on Chinese Women by Judy MacLean, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Portraits of Chinese Women in Revolution by Agnes Smedley, Jan Mackinnon, and Steve Mackinnon, ...
            26. [+]
              A Funny Thing Happened to Them on Way to Success as Stand-Up Comedians by Barbara Garson, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Comedians by Trevor Griffiths and Mike Nichols
            27. [+]
              Freaky Friday: Not for Females by Mavis Lyons, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers
            28. [+]
              Private (Left) Eye Hunts Hollywood Witchhunters by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Hollywood and Levine by Andrew Bergman Ballantine
            29. Master of Teen Tragedy Takes a Curtain Call by Joe Heumann, p. 23
            30. The Times Is a-Changing by James Aronson, p. 24
          10. [+]
            March 9, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Public Obloquy?, p. 2
            2. Carter's Budget Not Enough by Alan Wolfe, p. 3
            3. Carter Reneges on Pentagon Promises by Ken Brociner, p. 3
            4. Carter's Breeder-Reactor Budget Cuts Ineffectual by Steven Schneider, p. 4
            5. Hayden Forces Meet to Build Political Coalition - Looking to a New California Majority by Jill Breslau and Joel Parker #2, p. 5
            6. Economic Democracy - New Phase of Struggle, p. 5
            7. Illinois Miners Defy Court and Company by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            8. Busing and Bicultural Programs at Issue in L.A. by Dennis Levitt, p. 7
            9. Undersea Mining at Issue with New Law of Sea by Stu Cohen, p. 8
            10. South Africa's Suspect Suicides by Hilda Bernstein, p. 9
            11. NATO Rescued by Soviet Arms Scare by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
            12. Rape What's Being Done to Stop It?, pp. 11-14
            13. Interna'l Women's Day - It's World Movement, p. 15
            14. Human Rights Rights Should Begin at Home, p. 15
            15. Carter's Budget Deficit Due to Military Spending, p. 15
            16. London Police Are Threatening to Strike for First Time Since 1919 by Mervyn Jones, p. 16
            17. A Socialist Is Running for President in the Patrolman's Benevolent Association by Ronald Radosh, p. 16
            18. Letters, p. 17
            19. An Open Letter to the PLO by Simon Rosenblum, p. 18
            20. Was Sadlowski Out of Joint with the Times? by Dan Marschall, p. 18
            21. San Francisco's Unorthodox Sheriff by Art Goldberg, p. 19
            22. Arts and Crafts May Be Hazardous to Health by Ben Achtenberg, p. 20
            23. American Artist Talks about (and Through) Her Paintings by Sandra Dijkstra, p. 21
            24. [+]
              Tangled Tale of Irish Troubles by Alan Cheuse, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Trinity by Leon Uris
            25. [+]
              Childbirth at Home - A Lost Cause by Judy MacLean, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Chicago Maternity Center Story (1977 Film) by Jerry Blumenthal
            26. Canadian Pulp Workers Take over Runaway Plant by Ben Achtenberg, p. 22
            27. The Tubes on the Tightrope between Satire and Decadence by Steve Chapple, p. 23
            28. Visions' Threatened by Bias in Favor of BBC by Al Auster, p. 23
            29. Don't Call Them "Baby" Anymore by Janet Stevenson, p. 24
          11. [+]
            March 16, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
            1. Such as Revolt in Eastern Europe, p. 2
            2. Labor Sets Its Agenda by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Atlanta's Black Leadership Falters by Jon Jacobs, p. 4
            4. Labor's Tough Line on Defense, Dissidents and Nukes by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            5. Labor Sets Its Agenda at Bal Harbour Meeting, p. 5
            6. The FBI Campaign against Women by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 6
            7. Congress Considering Grand Jury Reforms by Sam Pizzigati, p. 7
            8. Confrontation with Steven's Board by Mimi Conway, p. 8
            9. Indian Election Shakes Gandhi Rule by Robert A. Manning, p. 9
            10. "Jerusalem, Palestine; Acre, Palestine" by T.D. Allman, p. 10
            11. Left and Right Vie for French Votes by Bernard H. Moss, p. 11
            12. Two-Time Oscar Winner Ring Lardner Jr. Looks inside the Oscars, p. 12
            13. Lardner on How the Academy Was Driven to Ending the Blacklist, p. 13
            14. The Unnatural Uses of Natural Gas, p. 14
            15. Letters, p. 15
            16. Education Camps or Tiger Cages? by Noam Chomsky, p. 16
            17. Press Profit-Motive Violates Right to Fair Trial by Joshua Dressler, p. 17
            18. Americans Need a New Diet by Judy MacLean, p. 18
            19. [+]
              Common Sense for Hard Times by Al Richmond, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Common Sense for Hard Times by Jeremy Brecher and Tim Gostelle
            20. A Record Boycott over Portrayal of Women by Irene Wolt, p. 20
            21. Carolina Worker Sues for Brown Lung Damages by Bob McMahon, p. 20
            22. [+]
              Brothel 8, at Last a Great Feminist Film! by Janet Stevenson, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Sandakan #8 (1974 Film) by Kei Kumai
            23. [+]
              Hite Report Suggests a New Society Is the Solution by Torie Osborn, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Hite Report on Male Sexuality by Shere Hite
            24. [+]
              New York City Lives Records Humor, Heroism of Survivors by Gehla S. Knight, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. City Lives by James Wagenvoord
            25. Jamaica Reggae Singer Proves too Political for U.S. "Music Machine" by Joe Heumann, p. 23
            26. A Great NBA Season If You Don't Live in Buffalo or Long Island by Mark Naison, p. 24
          12. [+]
            March 23, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. Who Is to Judge? by Warren Burger, p. 2
            2. Did Goldwaters Break the Law? by Sam Kushner, p. 3
            3. Left Wins 32 Major French Cities by Bernard H. Moss, p. 3
            4. New Hope for Wilmington Defendants by Bob McMahon, p. 4
            5. Reorganization Essential to Maintaining Control, p. 5
            6. John Lewis Second in Atlanta Primary He Will Be in Run-Off on April 5 by John Jacobs, p. 5
            7. Teamsters, UFW End 7-Year Seige by Sam Kushner, p. 6
            8. Labor News Views Blues by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            9. West Virginia Wildcat Strikes Protest Mine Dangers by Dennis Boyer, p. 7
            10. The FBI Campaign against Women by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 8
            11. Italian Students Take to the Streets by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
            12. "The Israelis Are Making War on Our Right to Live" by T.D. Allman, p. 10
            13. Madrid Meeting of Eurocommunists by Bernard H. Moss, p. 11
            14. From the Lone Ranger to Mr. Peanut... by William A. Williams, pp. 12-13
            15. Toward a Popular Politics for the Left by Jim Yanagisawa, p. 14
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. Eurocommunism: Opportunism or the Best Hope for the Left? by Leland Neuberg, p. 16
            18. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
            19. Are Our Cities Being Sacrificed? Some May Be Scheduled for Destruction by Edward Greer, p. 17
            20. Hockey Violence Means Money by Simon Rosenblum, p. 18
            21. Rocky, Muhammad Ali and Race by Jack Russell, pp. 18-20
            22. Lily Tomlin's Comedy Celebrates Survivors by Judy MacLean, p. 21
            23. No Superstar - Phil Ochs Was One of Us by Steven Chapple, p. 21
            24. [+]
              Dirty Harry, Lawless Defender of Order by Joe Heumann, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Enforcer (1976 Film) by James Fargo
            25. [+]
              Portuguese Defection Poisonous Propaganda by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Malko: Spymaster, Number 14 by Gerard de Villiers
            26. [+]
              Thieves Needs More Than Stars and One-Liners to Stay Afloat by Mavis Lyons, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Thieves (1977 Film) by John Berry and Alfred Viola
            27. Who Broke the Hollywood Blacklist? by Bruce Cook, p. 24
          13. [+]
            March 30, 1977 Issue = 31 Articles
            1. Democracy Wins but New Rulers Are No Bargain by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Will There Be a New Draft? by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 3
            3. Zaire War Threatens Carters Smile by Gerald J. Bender, p. 3
            4. Violent Showdown in Kentucky Mines, p. 4
            5. Changing Views on World Trade by Bonnie Potter, p. 5
            6. Common Site Picketing Loses in the House by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            7. Tom Bradley Sews Up Los Angeles by Bob Gottlieb, p. 6
            8. Detroit's Renaissance Center Hides Decay by Robert Miller, p. 7
            9. Two Primary Victories for Ypsilanti Socialists by Eric Jackson, p. 7
            10. Focus on Women, p. 8
            11. China Seeks Alliance against USSR by David Milton, p. 9
            12. PLO National Council Renews Quest for State by Russ Stetler, p. 10
            13. A Basic Book Art for the Walls by Jane Melnick, p. 11
            14. Chicago Murals by Jane Melnick, p. 12
            15. San Francisco Murals by Jay Kinney, p. 13
            16. A History of Telegraph Avenue by Osha Neumann, p. 13
            17. I Paint What I See by E.B. White, p. 14
            18. The Mexican Influence by Shifra Goldman, p. 14
            19. American Aid Goes to Agribusiness Not Hungry, p. 15
            20. No Final Solution without Self-Determination by Jim Harb, p. 15
            21. Social Spending at No Cost to Taxpayers by Jim Yanagisawa, p. 16
            22. Letters, p. 17
            23. Is DSOC on the Right Foot? by Roberta Lynch, p. 18
            24. Julius Hobson by Joe Holt Anderson, p. 19
            25. Rapid Consolidation in Media Ownership by Suzanne de Lesseps, p. 20
            26. The Name of the Game Has Always Been Profit by Herbert I. Schiller, p. 20
            27. Watch for the Kicker in Athletic Scholarships by Mark Naison, p. 21
            28. [+]
              Lily Tomlin, Art Carney & Cat Ring Changes on Sam Spade by Mavis Lyons, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Late Show (1977 Film) by Robert Benton
            29. [+]
              Twilight Sheds No New Light by Jeff Weinstein, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Twilight's Last Gleaming (1977 Film) by Robert Aldrich
            30. [+]
              Arabs in Israel, Well-Documented but Not Unbiased by David M. Szonyi, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Arabs in Israel by Sabri Jiryis
            31. Wanrow, p. 24
        2. [+]
          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1977 = 13 Issues, 373 Articles
          1. [+]
            April 6, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Candy Is Dandy But Saccharin May Kill You by John Judis, p. 2
            2. U.S.-Vietnam Normalization in Sight by Gareth Porter, p. 3
            3. Civil Rights Storm Over Hollywood by David Talbot, p. 3
            4. To Keep Georgia Electric Chairs Empty by Mark Pinsky, p. 4
            5. U.S. Subsidizes Suburbs and Sunbelt by Emily Paradise Achtenberg, p. 5
            6. Coalition Winds Ford Benign Neglect in Its Own Red Tape by Judy MacLean, p. 6
            7. Surprising Enlistee Support for an Airforce Union by Ed Sowders, p. 7
            8. North Dakota's Answer-A State-Owned Bank by James E. Rowen, p. 7
            9. Eco-Echoes by Dan Marschall, p. 8
            10. Gandhi Had No Surprises Left by Jas Saund, p. 9
            11. Arabs in Israel, p. 10
            12. Report from an Arab Village in North Israel by Leonard Helfgott, p. 10
            13. Liberals Grant Labour a Last Reprieve by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
            14. Cuban Elections Mark New Phase by Max Gordon, p. 12
            15. U.S. Cannot Dictate Terms by Saul Landau, p. 13
            16. How May Day Becomes "Loyalty Day" by Fred Thompson#2, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. The Sadlowski Campaign and Labor's Strategy by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
            19. New Fashion Forsakes Feminism in Favor of Fluttery Wing Sleeves by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 17
            20. Inez Garcia Case Not to Be Taken as a Defense of Revenge Killings by Joshua Dressler, p. 17
            21. Progress in Poverty Capital, U.S.A. by Jodey Bateman, p. 18
            22. How Did Southern Blacks Win the Vote? by Bill Leary, p. 19
            23. Tennis, a Doctors' Game, Goes Working Class by Mark Naison, p. 20
            24. [+]
              Animated Masterpiece Rates a Hundred Stars, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Raggedy Ann at the Carnival by Patricia Thackray
            25. Armatrading Love Songs Unabashedly Sensual, p. 21
            26. [+]
              Harrington and Heilbroner on Capitalism's Sunset by Carl Marzani, p. 21 - 2 Reviews
              1. The Twilight of Capitalism by Michael Harrington
              2. Business Civilization in Decline by Robert L. Heilbroner
            27. [+]
              Love and Polygamy in Lagos by Chris C. Mojekwu, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Bride Price by Buchi Emecheta
            28. [+]
              Film on Islam's Message Lacks Historical Context by Joel Muhammad and Kahdijah Muhammad, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Mohammed: Messenger of God (1976 Film) by Moustapha Akkad
            29. The Making of Mohammad, Messenger of God by Janet Stevenson, p. 24
          2. [+]
            April 13, 1977 Issue = 31 Articles
            1. What Was That about an Emerging GOP Majority? by John Judis, p. 2
            2. U.S. behind SALT Breakdown by Banning Garrett, p. 3
            3. Daley's Machine Still on Top in Chicago by David Moberg, p. 4
            4. Paul Soglin Wins Big in Madison Mayoral Election by Judy Strasser, p. 4
            5. John Lewis Goes Down Big in Georgia Congressional Race by Jon Jacobs, p. 4
            6. Teamsters Expel Two Dissidents by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            7. Women in Law Meeting Upsets Wisconsin Bar by Judy Strasser, p. 6
            8. A Make-Or-Break Year for Gay Civil Rights by Neil Miller, p. 6
            9. Firing of Gay Teacher Arouses Tacoma by Doug Honig and Hal Nelson, p. 7
            10. Being Gay No More Immoral Than Being Left-Handed by Jim Gaylord, p. 7
            11. Difficult Days Ahead for Schmidt SPD, p. 8
            12. Industrialists "Fair Game" as Guerilla War Escalates by Mike Davis, p. 9
            13. We Have No Real Friends on Either Side' by T.D. Allman, p. 10
            14. Schumacher Takes on Our "Dinosaur Technology" by David Moberg, pp. 11-12
            15. Oil Gets Used Up-The Wind Never Stops by Thomas Galazen, p. 13
            16. Carter SALTs Tails Left and Right, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Corporate Welfare by Robert Carson, p. 16
            19. Cancers and Circulatory Diseases Are Diseases of Development by Salvador Luria, p. 17
            20. Carter's Economic Proposals Are No More Adequate Than Eisenhower's by Robert Lekachman, p. 17
            21. Colgate Women's Games by Anne Gibbons and Stephanie Twin, p. 18
            22. Labor Today Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary by Dan Marschall, p. 18
            23. Roadblocks in the CB Future by David Helvarg, p. 19
            24. Changing Times Changed Cleaver by Art Goldberg, p. 20
            25. Eagles Has Handsome Nazi Paratrooper in the Role of the Hero by Mavis Lyons, p. 21
            26. Bakshi's Brilliance Can't Save Wizards from Simplistic Story by Joe Heumann, p. 21
            27. [+]
              Two Bright Young Lawyers Went to Work in Nixon's Washington by Hugh DeLacy, p. 22 - 2 Reviews
              1. Bring Us Together by Leon Panetta and Peter Gall
              2. Blind Ambition by John W. Dean III
            28. Iggy Pop by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            29. [+]
              Ivan Chonkin, Authentic Hero vs. Unauthentic Power by Carol Gayle Moodie, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin by Vladimir Voinovich
            30. [+]
              USSR Guide for American Tourists by Bernard Koten, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Complete Guide to the Soviet Union by Victor E. Louis
            31. Cleaver & Colson Praise the Lord by Bill Ritter, p. 24
          3. [+]
            April 20, 1977 Issue = 30 Articles
            1. U.S. Multinationals Make Labor Put on Its Fighting Shoes by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Troubled Settlement in Steel by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. Atlanta Strike Splits Liberal Coalition by Raoul Sinclair, p. 3
            4. Little Progress on the ERA by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            5. Fire Won't Drive Out Minnesota Abortion Clinic by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            6. Rent Control under Fire in New York Assembly by Joel Blau, p. 4
            7. George McGovern by Bob Eisenberg and Evan Hendricks, p. 5
            8. Texas Farmworkers March on Austin by Glenn Scott and Richard Greene, p. 6
            9. Massachusetts Unionists Guilty o Explosives Charge by Steve Turner, p. 6
            10. Were California Moonies Brainwashed? by Sam Silver and Adi Gevins, p. 7
            11. Food System Won't Last Much Longer by Catherine Lerza, p. 8
            12. FESTAC by M. Ron Karenga, p. 9
            13. AFL-CIO Cold War with ILO Abates by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
            14. New Polish Thaw by Robert Wise, p. 10
            15. IMF Pact Causes Leaks in PCI Plumbing by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-12
            16. Terkel's Memoir of His Times, p. 13
            17. [+]
              Good Reading-Illuminating History by Ruth Moore, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. Talking to Myself by Studs Terkel
            18. Open Mouth Policy Hard to Swallow, p. 14
            19. Letters, p. 15
            20. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
            21. Can the PCI Still Be Considered Anti-Capitalist? by Victor Wallis, pp. 16-17
            22. SWAT Squads by David Helvarg, p. 18
            23. Waging Guerilla War for Business on the Campus by Jacqueline Thompson, pp. 19-20
            24. Age-Handicapped Marathon a Big Hit by Jack Russell, p. 21
            25. Marquette's McGuire Bows Out with a Big Win by Mark Naison, p. 21
            26. [+]
              Passionate Pumping of Iron, a Major Sport in Muscle-Flick by Pat Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Pumping Iron (1977 Film) by George Butler and Robert Fiore
            27. [+]
              Two Lyrical Ladies with Razors Up Their Sleeves by Joe Heumann, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Dancer with Bruised Knees by Lynne McFall
            28. [+]
              Mental Health for the Managerial Class? by Maynard Seider, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Gamesman by Michael Maccoby
            29. Musical Collective Opposes Jazz Clubs' "Cockroach Capitalism" by Ron Sakolsky, p. 23
            30. Rocky as Italian-American Realism by Lynn Garafola, p. 24
          4. [+]
            April 27, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
            1. Carter Energy Plan by Alan Wolfe, p. 2
            2. Carter's Grab-Bag Energy Plan by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
            3. Back at Beginning in Execution Fight by Bob McMahon, p. 5
            4. Civil Disobedience Planned for Seabrook Nuclear Site by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            5. Some Advances Expected in Congress by Judy MacLean, p. 6
            6. Hard Times on Electoral Front, p. 6
            7. Blacks Still Face Charges for Assault on Pendleton Klan by Bill Ritter, p. 7
            8. Naval Report Documents Klan Activity in Marines by Todd Darling, p. 7
            9. Rank and File Challenge in IBEW by Dan Marschall, p. 8
            10. The Space for Compromise Narrows by Robert A. Manning, p. 9
            11. White Challenge to Vorster Splinters by Bill Gaither, p. 9
            12. Peace People by John Conroy, p. 10
            13. Israeli New Left Unites for Elections by Mitchell Cohen, p. 11
            14. An American Jew in Israel Commemorates the Holocaust by Leonard Helfgott, p. 11
            15. Bill Walton by Jack Scott, pp. 12-13
            16. A Slap on the Wrist for Racists, p. 14
            17. Letters, pp. 15-16
            18. [+]
              Inside View of Work and Its Discontents by Mike LaVelle, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Waiting for the Earthquake by Lawrence Swaim
            19. Where DSOC Stands by Ronald Radosh, pp. 17-19
            20. Fearless Forecasts for NBA Playoffs, p. 20
            21. Refs on Strike Deserve Our Support by Mark Naison, p. 20
            22. U.S.-South Africa Davis Cup Matches Protested by Nareshimah Osei, pp. 20-21
            23. [+]
              Posthumous Hemingway Novel Makes Fine But Disturbing Film by Mavis Lyons, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Islands in the Stream by Denne Bart Petitclerc
            24. Is the Cinema of Stupefaction What Audiences Want? by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            25. Feminist Dance Group from Eugene Explores Women's Unwritten History by Judy MacLean, p. 22
            26. [+]
              Four Corners Seen from Many Angles and in Great Depth by Jonny Lerner, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Vanishing White Man by Stan Steiner
            27. Robinson Resurgent after Blacklist Blackout, p. 23
            28. A Green Light for Lobotomies by Lani Silver and Elyse Eisenberg, p. 24
          5. [+]
            May 3, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
            1. Labor Takes to Streets, Carter Woos Consumers over Free Trade Issue by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Brewery Workers at Coors Plant Seek Boycott by Timothy Lange, p. 3
            3. Trade Boycott Key to U.S./Cuba Talks by Saul Landau, p. 3
            4. Rent Control behind Berkeley Loss by Walt Milliken, p. 4
            5. Joe Coor's Rightwing Past, p. 4
            6. ILWU Convention Confronts Job Crisis by Stefan Dstrach, p. 5
            7. More Young People Going to Jail by Elliot Currie, p. 6
            8. Double Reporting by Insurance Companies by Dave Lindorff, p. 6
            9. The Supermarket by Margie Harrison, pp. 7-8
            10. U.S. in Zaire by Robert A. Manning, p. 9
            11. CIA Angola Head Resigns, p. 9
            12. Ethiopians Closing Up Shop in Eritrea by Linda Heiden, p. 10
            13. British Unions Resist Wage Controls by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
            14. United Now Enters Its Second Decade by Judy MacLean, pp. 12-13
            15. Carter Plan Energizes Corporate Power, p. 14
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. Burger Court Challenged on Rights in Congress by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
            18. The Balkanization of Canada Would Serve Nobody's Purpose by Simon Rosenblum, p. 16
            19. Corporate Profit Motive Needs Pest Control by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, p. 17
            20. Jews and Arabs by Myron Perlman and Robbie Skeist, p. 17
            21. Rooting against the Home Team by Louis Kampf, p. 18
            22. Off the Record by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, p. 19
            23. Yiddish Marxist Daily Celebrates 55 Years by Max Gordon, pp. 19-24
          6. [+]
            May 10, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
            1. City Hall Socialism by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Grassroots Come to Seabrook by Marc Gunther, p. 3
            3. Crisis Not of Energy but Politics, p. 4
            4. Declining Influence of Building Trades by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            5. L. A. Activist Pushes "Public Enterprise" by Lawrence Swaim, p. 6
            6. Building Trades Decline, p. 6
            7. Sterilization Abuse on the Rise by Kathy Mallin, p. 7
            8. Atlanta Sanitation Strike Broken by Mayor by Jon Jacobs, p. 7
            9. Disabled Sit-In Wins Equal Opportunity Regulations by Elizabeth Metzger and Ken McEldowney, p. 8
            10. Brazil's Military Will Not Let Up by Sherry Keith, p. 9
            11. No More Whales, No More Whaling by Eric Farlman, p. 9
            12. The Capitalists Have No Coherent Plan' by John Judis, p. 10
            13. Spain: The Hesitation Waltz, pp. 11-14
            14. Social Democracy or Socialism?, p. 15
            15. Letters, p. 16
            16. Crime and the " Rising Cost of Living" People Are at Each Others' Throats by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
            17. Britain Denies Agee Freedom of Speech by Melvin L. Wulf, p. 17
            18. Workers' Rights Exist before Unions Bargain by Staughton Lynd, p. 18
            19. Cities vs. Suburbs Underlying NCAA Championship by Rich Klimmer, p. 19
            20. Little Community in Shopping in the Future by Ron Aronson, p. 20
            21. [+]
              These Three Women Are the Same One in Altman's Film Dream by Mavis Lyons, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Three Women (1977 Film) by Robert Altman
            22. [+]
              Peckinpah Overskills Anti-War Message of Cross by Miles Archer, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Cross of Iron (1977 Film) by Sam Peckinpah
            23. [+]
              PBC Alternatives to Corporate Capitalism by Daniel Neal Graham, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Own Your Own Job by Jeremy Rifkin
            24. [+]
              The Lawless State Exposed in Carefully Documented Study by Jonathan F. Galloway, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Lawless State by Morton Halperin
            25. [+]
              Players Scores Slap Shot Low by Gary Kulik, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Slap Shot (1977 Film) by George Roy Hill
            26. Disorder in the Family by Eli Zaretsky, p. 24
          7. [+]
            May 18, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
            1. China and the U.S. by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Seldom a Discouraging Word by Jan Austin, p. 3
            3. Kissinger Opposed at Columbia University by Philip Akre, p. 4
            4. House Votes Small Military Spending Cut by Jack Nicholl, p. 4
            5. Filmmaker Faces Jail in Silkwood Case by David Keller, p. 4
            6. Carter May Be Worse Than a Republican by Alan Wolfe, p. 5
            7. Seabrook Arrests Are Bankrupting State by Sid Blumenthal, p. 6
            8. N.Y. Supports Center for Battered Women by Stephanie L. Twin, p. 6
            9. Cleveland's Muny Electrical System under Threat by Roldo Bartimole, pp. 7-8
            10. London Summit by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
            11. Wanted in London by Jeffrey Stein, p. 9
            12. Nigeria; Prosperous but Dependent by Kay Trimberger, p. 10
            13. Baader-Meinhof Gang by John Conroy, p. 11
            14. The Future of the Automobile by David Moberg, p. 12
            15. Seabrook, pp. 13-14
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. ITT Far from the Mark on Social Democracy, Elections by Nick Rabkin, p. 16
            18. The New York Times Treats Women to a Rough Time by Donna Allen, p. 17
            19. The Fight against Crime Should Involve the Community by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
            20. Women's Basketball Lives in the Shadow by Nina Walfoort, p. 18
            21. [+]
              A Case History of "Voluntary Servitude" in Auto by Paul Rosenstein, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. The Company and the Union by William Serrin
            22. Gregory's Swan Has a Feminist Dimension by Lynn Garafola, p. 20
            23. Seven Issues of Sing Out! Cover Folk Music Scene by Josh Dunson, p. 20
            24. [+]
              Nixon in Nun's Garb Fails to Grab by P. Hertel, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Nasty Habits (1977 Film) by Michael Lindsay-Hogg
            25. Powerful Film of Fascist Coup by Lawrence Swaim, p. 21
            26. John Cale Surfaces from the Velvet Underground by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            27. Many Natural Food Books Available, p. 23
            28. Son of Checkers by James Aronson, p. 24
          8. [+]
            May 25, 1977 Issue = 31 Articles
            1. Carter's "Traders" Want the Balance of Power Put Up for Sale by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Restoring Military Aid to Dictatorships by Phillip Brenner, p. 3
            3. Israeli Right Scores Election Upset by John Judis, p. 3
            4. Congress Bucks Carter on Breeder by Jon Stewart, p. 4
            5. FBI Conspired against Republic of New Afrika by Ken Lawrence, p. 4
            6. Trouble with Unemployment Insurance by Paul Rosenstiel, p. 5
            7. French Rally Supports Wilmington 10 by Bernard H. Moss, p. 5
            8. Mysterious Fires in Mission District by Juan Cruz and Gwen Roginsky, p. 6
            9. Stewardesses Moving towards Independent Unions by Cindy Hounsell, p. 6
            10. At the Heart of Arizona Labor by Sam Kushner, p. 7
            11. Two Activist Campaigns in Los Angeles by Dave Lindorff, p. 8
            12. From the Foxhole to the Polls by E. Guerrero Rojo, p. 9
            13. Market Socialism by Kenneth Zapp, p. 10
            14. Are Communists Being Led into a Trap? by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
            15. The New Feminist Musicians by Judy MacLean, pp. 12-13
            16. Growing Pains and Pleasures, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Deinstitutionalizing the Public Health System by Paul Booth, p. 16
            19. Socialism and Social Democracy, in Canada's New Democratic Party by Simon Rosenblum, p. 16
            20. World Recession Improves the Jamaican Diet by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, p. 17
            21. Smoking Causes Cancer, So Might Table Salt by Salvador Luria, p. 17
            22. Morton Halperin by David Moberg, p. 18
            23. TV Boxing Mired in Controversy by Joe Heumann, p. 19
            24. What Is the Business of Baseball? by Julie Schor, p. 19
            25. [+]
              A Blueprint for Trust Busting by Bill Tabb, p. 20 - 1 Review
              1. Taming the Giant Corporation by Ralph Nader, Mark Green, and Joel Seligman
            26. [+]
              Woody's Annie Absolutely Tops by Mavis Lyons, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Annie Hall (1977 Film) by Woody Allen
            27. Rape Trial Dramatized on PBS by Mavis Lyons, p. 21
            28. Nonviolence Makes History by Staughton Lynd, p. 22
            29. Unsubstantiated Rumours by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
            30. [+]
              Growing Up in Hell's Kitchen by Millen Brand, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Hell's Kitchen by Benjamin Appel
            31. [+]
              Life in a Steel Town by Jack Metzgar, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Blue Collar Community by William Kornblum
          9. [+]
            June 1, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. A Pollster's Credo by John Judis, p. 2
            2. UAW Ducks the Issues by Paul Schrade, p. 3
            3. Selective Admissions by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            4. Secret Business Lobby against Consumer Bill by Barry M. Hager, p. 4
            5. Carter Waffles on Fate of B-1 by John Markoff, p. 4
            6. If Boom Is Here, Can Bust Be Far Away? by David Mermelstein, p. 5
            7. San Diego Study Shows Aliens Give More Than Get by David Helvarg, p. 6
            8. Carter's Proposals Would Focus on the Employers by Judy MacLean, p. 6
            9. Present Immigration Law Deports Citizen Children by Carey Quan Gelernter, p. 7
            10. San Diego Honors Malcolm X's Birthday by Bill Ritter, p. 7
            11. Right-Wing Moves on State Women's Meetings by Martha Gaines, p. 8
            12. Begin Ends 30-Year Labor Rule by David Mandel, p. 9
            13. Jean Ellenstein by Bernard H. Moss, p. 10
            14. Scandal, Anti-Semitism Rocks Regime by Harvey Levenstein, pp. 11-12
            15. [+]
              Stonewall, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. Stonewall by Richard Ben-Veniste and George Frampton
            16. The Progress of Poverty, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. American Party System Faces a Political Crisis by Jim Livingston, p. 16
            19. The Trumpet & the Ladder by Martin J. Sklar, p. 16
            20. Keep Business Out of the Lunchroom by Peter Dreier and Stefan Ostrach, p. 17
            21. No One above the Law-Except at the Workplace by Staughton Lynd, p. 18
            22. Off the Record by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, p. 19
            23. Apartheid Good Grounds for Barring South Africa by Richard E. Lapchick, pp. 19-20
            24. [+]
              Citizens Band for All 'Good Buddies' by Karen Morrill, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Citizens Band (1977 Film) by Jonathan Demme
            25. Caldeonian Soul Music by Joe Heumann, p. 21
            26. Where to Get the Hard-to-Get by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
            27. [+]
              Gay History Documents Fight for Human Dignity by Jim Rinnert, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Gay American History by Jonathan Ned Katz
            28. [+]
              The Greatest Is Only the 'Pretty-Goodest' by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Greatest by Ring Lardner, Jr., Tom Gries, and John Marshall
            29. [+]
              Radicalism and Its Repression among Finnish Americans by John Grady, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
              1. Children of Labor by Al Gedicks, Noel Buckner, Mary Dore, and Richard Broadman, ...
          10. [+]
            June 8, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. The Legacy of the '60s by John Judis, p. 2
            2. A Bitter Battle in Mineworkers by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Two Reporters Fight Libel Case by Ken McEldowney, p. 4
            4. Watering Down Humphrey/Hawkins by Elliot Currie, p. 5
            5. Wilmington 10 Denied Retrial Despite New Evidence by Bob McMahon, p. 6
            6. Greenlining Wins in Brooklyn by Betty Holcomb, p. 7
            7. July 4th Coalition Forms Alliance by Judy MacLean, pp. 7-8
            8. Korea Scandal May Sink Top U.S. Envoy by Jeffrey Stein, p. 9
            9. US Lets Down 3rd World at Paris Talks by Robert Schaeffer, p. 9
            10. East Timor Fights for Its Life in an Unreported Bloody War by Lenny Siegel, p. 10
            11. Broken Dutch Promise sparks South Moluccan School Seizure by Robert Schaeffer, p. 10
            12. Arms Issue Widens Social Democrat Rift by Brigitte Kirch and Bill Hansen, p. 11
            13. Flood and Relief Equally Disastrous, p. 12
            14. [+]
              Buffalo Creek Set the Pattern, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. Everything in Its Path by Kai T. Erikson
            15. Bring the FBI and CIA Within the Law, p. 14
            16. Candidate Jekyl Meet President Hyde, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Feminists for Media Rights Win Some Changes on WGAL-TV by Donna Allen, p. 16
            19. The Trumpet & the Ladder by Martin J. Sklar, p. 16
            20. Sunbelt Booms as Government Gives North's Taxes to South by Robert Carson, p. 17
            21. The Tangled Web of Child Pornography, p. 18
            22. Everyone Wants into the Act by David Moberg, p. 18
            23. Montreal - Hockey's Top Team by Gary Kulik, pp. 19-20
            24. [+]
              A Fistful of Foreign Films, p. 21 - 6 Reviews
              1. The Marquise of O--- (1976 Film) by Eric Rohmer
              2. Fellini's Casanova (1976 Film) by Federico Fellini
              3. In the Realm of the Senses (1976 Film) by Nagisa Oshima
              4. Providence (1977 Film) by Alain Resnais
              5. Black and White in Color (1976 Film) by Jean-Jacques Annaud
              6. The Man on the Roof (1976 Film) by Bo Widerberg
            25. Blubird brings it back alive by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            26. [+]
              Cuba's Poor 10 Years after Revolution by Cedric Belfrage, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Four Men, Four Women by Oscar Lewis
            27. Squeezing the Independent Trucker by Neill Herring, p. 24
          11. [+]
            June 15, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. Into the 1980s with Woody Allen by John Judis, p. 2
            2. A Peaceful Road to Capitalism by Bernard H. Moss, p. 3
            3. Civil Rights for Gays Set Back by Miami Vote by Christine R. Riddiough, p. 4
            4. New Department a Victory for Energy Giants by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            5. Police Provoke Chicago Riot by David Moberg, p. 5
            6. Multiple Problems Underlie Chicago Disorder, p. 5
            7. Insulation Plan Moves Ahead by David Moberg, p. 6
            8. The Long Road to Texas by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            9. A Black Mayor Wins in Oakland by Bill Northwood, p. 8
            10. Puerto Rican Plight by David Moberg, p. 8
            11. Begin's Win Confounds Carter by Norton Mezvinsky, p. 9
            12. Abortion Law Defeated in Senate Vote by John Judis, p. 9
            13. Spanish Communist Leader by Sam Kushner, p. 10
            14. Democracy Loses by Iftikhar Ahmad, p. 11
            15. "Democratic Left" Wins Turkish Vote by Robert Schaeffer, p. 11
            16. A "Religion of Revolution" by Frank Maurovich, p. 12
            17. Catholic Poet Kim Chi Ha a Voice from a South Korean Jail by Charles D. Lummis, p. 12
            18. With Latin American Left in Jail, the Church Stepped Forward by Harvey Levenstein, p. 13
            19. Human Rights Begin at Home, p. 14
            20. Letters, p. 15
            21. Schrade's UAW Report Missed Significant Leftward Frends by Carl Shier, p. 16
            22. Wolfe's 'Trader-Prussian' Image Distorts Record of History by William Burr, p. 16
            23. The Marketing Man in Your Life Really Cares about Your Non-Desires by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 17
            24. Red Citadel in the Bronx by Bob Klein, p. 18
            25. The Flashettes by Cary Goodman, p. 19
            26. Perpetual Motion Blazers Win NBA by Mark Naison, pp. 19-20
            27. Chicago Cradles Creative Jazz by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
            28. Unequaled Reggae by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
            29. [+]
              Welcome to L.A. - Terminal Ennui by P. Hertel, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Welcome to L. A. by Alan Rudolph and Robert Altman
            30. Balladeer Going Strong at 76, p. 22
            31. [+]
              Final Chapters of Wright's Black Boy by Al Richmond, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. American Hunger by Richard Wright
            32. I Am the Censor by David Talbot, p. 24
          12. [+]
            June 22, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
            1. There's a Pattern to the Irrationality in New York City by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Selling Nuclear Power by Joe Conason, p. 3
            3. Spain: Socialists Win Big Vote by Bernard H. Moss, p. 3
            4. Discrimination OK if Before 1965 by David Moberg, p. 4
            5. Arnold Miller Wins in Mineworkers by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            6. New Directions for Socialist Party USA by Robert K. Schaeffer, p. 4
            7. Community Army Descends on D.C. by Judy MacLean, p. 5
            8. To the Wire at Bell Tel by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            9. Inside the Beast by Ray Reece, p. 7
            10. Democratic Capitalism by James F. Petras, p. 8
            11. Mrs. Carter Supports Rights in Her Latin American Visit by John Judis, p. 8
            12. Hitler Is Alive and Well in Uruguay by Cedric Belfrage, p. 9
            13. U.S./Vietnam, p. 10
            14. World in Brief by John Judis, p. 10
            15. Inside the Black Congressional Caucus by Alan Ehrenhalt, pp. 11-13
            16. Political Attitudes Are Changing, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Left Support for Gay Rights Has Been Timid and Narrow by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
            19. Communication Satellite to Be Used by National Women's Organizations by Donna Allen, p. 16
            20. Crime and Punishment by David Greenberg, p. 17
            21. A Socialist for the Long Term by Judy MacLean, p. 18
            22. Sports by Kenneth F. Dyer and Barry R. Toms, pp. 19-20
            23. [+]
              Film: WWII Epic Realistic but Not Really Anti-War by Mavis Lyons, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. A Bridge Too Far (1977 Film) by Richard Attenborough
            24. [+]
              Class Conscious County Singer on Brink of Break by Tom Smucker, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Blackjack Choir Got No Bread, Milk, No Money Tryon' Like the Devil by James Talley
            25. [+]
              What Work Women Do and Why by Janet Stevenson, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Pink Collar Workers by Louise Kapp Howe
            26. Boston Artists Sponsor Artists In Exile by Eva Cockcroft, p. 23
            27. [+]
              Exclusive: Esme Talks to Benji by Esme Codell, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. For the Love of Benji (1977 Film) by Joe Camp
            28. Creativity Amidst Change by David Moberg, p. 24
          13. [+]
            June 29, 1977 Issue = 31 Articles
            1. Rightist Populists, Divided Democrats by John Judis, p. 2
            2. US/USSR Human Rights Battle by Robert K. Schaeffer, p. 3
            3. Judge Acquits Panther Killers by David Moberg, p. 3
            4. EPA Approves Seabrook Plant by Richard Morgan, p. 4
            5. Anti-Abortion Movement Makes Gains by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            6. Two Tribes Sue for Maine by Judy MacLean, p. 5
            7. Conviction without Evidence for Activist by Steve Most, p. 5
            8. Steel Ferment Bubbles on by David Moberg, p. 6
            9. Cautious Growth of Stevens' Boycott by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            10. Giving Public Tenants a Voice by John McDonough, p. 8
            11. Forcing the Rich to Pay Up by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 8
            12. Arabs Secretly Happy with Likud Win by T.D. Allman, p. 9
            13. US Multinationals Need Permanent Dictatorships by James F. Petras, p. 9
            14. Behind Smith's Raids on Mozambique by Allen Isaacman, p. 10
            15. Ontario Elects Tories, Deals Blow to New Democrats by Glen Seretan, p. 11
            16. Chile's Prisoners by John Archer, p. 11
            17. The (Sometimes) Irresist by Jane Melnick, p. 12
            18. Ble Act of Stealing, p. 13
            19. Jimmy Carter Is Watching You, p. 14
            20. Letters, p. 15
            21. Carter's Human Rights Campaign Is Narrow, but the Social and Political Are Inseparable by Bogdan Denitch, p. 16
            22. Anita Bryant Is Right on Two Counts - But a Threat to All Nonconformists by Barry Mehler, pp. 16-17
            23. Brooklynites Fight for Firehouse by Charlotte Dennett, p. 18
            24. Fans Irate over Seaver Trade by Fred Siegel, pp. 19-20
            25. [+]
              Can the U.S. Achieve Peaceful Capitalism? by Frances W. Herring, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Permanent War Economy by Seymour Melman
            26. [+]
              Whatever Your Pleasure - He's Got a Little List by J.S., p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Simons' List Book by Howard Simons
            27. [+]
              Plea for Children's Liberation by George A. Dunn, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1977 Film) by Nicolas Gessner
            28. [+]
              Double Trouble Dogs the Deep by Arthur Zilversmit, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Deep (1977 Film) by Peter Yates
            29. [+]
              Fin Flick with Sexist/Racist Overtones The Deep (1977 Film), by Peter Yates by Carol Becker, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Deep (1977 Film) by Peter Yates
            30. [+]
              The director: 'The Deep deserves a tidy ending' The Deep (1977 Film), by Peter Yates by J.S., p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Deep (1977 Film) by Peter Yates
            31. Herb Kohl by David Moberg, p. 24
        3. [+]
          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1977 = 10 Issues, 295 Articles
          1. [+]
            July 6, 1977 Issue = 30 Articles
            1. Feeble Family Fuels Anti-Gay Fervor by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Right Using Gay Issue by Bill Sievert, p. 3
            3. Gay Pride Marches Around the World by Chris Riddiough, p. 3
            4. Pride Marches Larger More United, p. 4
            5. San Francisco Sees 200,000 in March by Nancy Dunn, p. 4
            6. Atlanta Mayor Ducks on Gay Proclamation by Bill Cutler, p. 4
            7. Health Care Costs to Keep Going Up Despite Carter Plan by John Peers and Ariene Muszynski, p. 5
            8. Insurgent Win in D.C. Teamsters by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            9. California Feminists Beat Back Right Wing by Irene Wolt, p. 6
            10. Union Hesitates to Organize GIs by Steve Rees, p. 7
            11. Support Still Strong for Military Union by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 7
            12. Electoral Defeat in L.A. by Dave Lindorff, p. 8
            13. How to Make Whistleblowing Safe by Frank Warner, p. 8
            14. Israeli Workers Back Labor by David Mandel, p. 9
            15. "You Ever See a Commie Drink Water?" by Louis Menashe, p. 10
            16. French Left Falters under Pressure by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
            17. Harry Bridges by Paul Shinoff, pp. 12-13
            18. Public Solar Energy Battle Is Shaping Up, pp. 14-15
            19. Prosperity and Crime by Elliot Currie, p. 16
            20. Yugoslav Communists by Avid Reader, p. 16
            21. Quebecois People Constitute a Distinct Nation by R. McMaster, p. 16
            22. Israeli Jew Supports Palestinian Rights by Yari Svoray, p. 17
            23. Should You Fight TV Violence? by David Talbot, p. 18
            24. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 19
            25. Looking at the Ball from the Outside by Anita Diamant, p. 20
            26. Joan Is Alive and Well, But Record's a Dud by Janet Stevenson, p. 21
            27. Exodus Disappointing But Not a Disaster by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
            28. [+]
              A Challenge to Haley's Roots? by Mac Margolis, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Other Francisco by Sergio Giral
            29. [+]
              Eloquent Voices from Prison by Jeffrey Gillineck, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. Through the Wall by Ethel Bertolini Shapiro
              2. Revolutionary Jews from Marx to Trotsky by Robert S. Wistrich
            30. Super-Elite Advises Itself by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, p. 24
          2. [+]
            July 13, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. Democrats Debate the Party's Future by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Congress Rebukes Carter by Jan Austin, p. 3
            3. NAACP's Wilkins Bows Out, p. 4
            4. Exposed Narc Sues Five Criminologists by Steve Connolly, p. 4
            5. Carter Energy Plan by Bethany Weidner, p. 5
            6. Wide Support for Heroin Program by Mark Shwartz, p. 6
            7. Miller May Lose Grip on Miners' Union by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            8. Jerry Brown Stands Pat, Takes Gas by Robert Schaeffer, p. 8
            9. Oil Rich Mexico Gets Poorer by Harvey Levenstein, p. 9
            10. Soviets Take on Eurocommunism by Louis Menashe, p. 10
            11. Euro-Communism & New Spain, p. 11
            12. The Great Debate by Louis Menashe, p. 12
            13. Abortion, pp. 13-14
            14. Letters, p. 15
            15. Against "Cowboys" and "Yankees" Socialist Support One Nation by Jack Clark, p. 16
            16. Arthur Kinoy Quits Sponsorship of In These Times by Arthur Kinoy, pp. 16-17
            17. Huey Newton Returns to Stand Trial by Jill Breslau, p. 18
            18. Parables and Storytelling by Mimi Conway, pp. 19-20
            19. Rock by P. Hertel, p. 21
            20. The Rubinoos by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
            21. Country by Steven Rosswurm, p. 21
            22. Jazz by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
            23. [+]
              Do Low Budget Films Have to Be Lousy? by Joe Heumann, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Black Oak Conspiracy (1977 Film) by Bob Kelljan
            24. [+]
              Sexual Rebellion Is Not the Revolution by Stephen J. Richard, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Sexual Outlaw by John Rechy
            25. [+]
              Scorsese Scores Low with Film about Films by Lynn Garafola, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. New York, New York (1977 Film) by Martin Scorsese
            26. [+]
              All-Star (Wars) Escape Extravaganza by Mavis Lyons, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Star Wars (1976 Film) by George Lucas
            27. Future Fair? by Preston Gralla, p. 24
          3. [+]
            July 20, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
            1. Jimmy Carter Mixes Coca-Cola and IBM by Bob Hall, p. 2
            2. Commoner Blasts 'Trojan Horse' in Energy Plan by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. British Takes Sides as Strike Snowballs by Mervyn Jones, p. 3
            4. Kent State Demonstrators Arrested by Bob Datz, p. 4
            5. BART Strikes Unmasks Mass Transit Miracle by Louise Billotte, p. 4
            6. The Republicans by Alan Ehrenhalt, p. 5
            7. The Post Office by Lawrence Swaim, p. 6
            8. They Need Us. We Need You by James Weinstein, p. 7
            9. Wisconsin Strike by David Moberg, p. 8
            10. "The B-1 Campaign Taught Us to Hang in There", p. 8
            11. Behind 'Tough Line' on Africa by Robert A. Manning, p. 9
            12. If Whites Don't Like Rhodesia, They Can Now Try Bolivia by Cedric Belfrage, p. 9
            13. [+]
              U.S. Foreign Policy Elite by Carl Parrini, p. 10 - 1 Review
              1. Imperial Brain Trust by Laurence H. Shoup and William Minter
            14. The USSR Abroad by Louis Menashe, p. 11
            15. Here's a Great Idea! Now How Do We Win? by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
            16. The World Socialist Rainbow, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Decriminalization Is the Only Remaining Solution to a Steadily Growing Drug Problem. by Patrick Owens, pp. 16-17
            19. 1877 Mass Strike by Eric Foner, p. 18
            20. All-Around Borg Wins Wimbledon by Mark Naison, pp. 19-20
            21. [+]
              Film Does Homage to Chagall by David Szonyi, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Homage to Chagall: The Colours of Love (1977 Film) by Harry Rasky
            22. [+]
              Special Effects Overpower Sorcerer by Joe Heumann, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Sorcerer (1977 Film) by William Friedkin
            23. [+]
              Cover-Up at Bridesburg Uncovered in Building 6, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Building 6: The Tragedy at Bridesburg by Willard S. Randall and Stephen D. Solomon
            24. The Son Seals Blues Band by Ron Sakolsky, p. 23
            25. The Ways a Woman Can Be by Joe Heumann, p. 23
            26. [+]
              Why Is Cancer Killing Us? Bridesburg by Janet Stevenson, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
              1. The Greatest Battle by Ronald J. Glasser
              2. The Cancer Connection by Larry Agran
          4. [+]
            August 10, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. New Report Charges Torture in Israel by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Iron Ore Miners Shut Pits by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. Portugal Takes Big Step Backward by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
            4. San Francisco Voters Hold Fast by Joel Parker#2, p. 4
            5. Strike in the Iron Range, p. 4
            6. Farmworkers Prepare for Convention by Sam Kushner, p. 5
            7. A Plan to Control Inflation of Necessities by David Moberg, p. 5
            8. Self-Defense Standard at Stake in Michigan Trial by Linda Grant, p. 6
            9. I-Hotel Tenants Evicted By Police by Chester Hartman, p. 7
            10. Atom Scientists Busy on New Weapons by Jon Stewart, p. 7
            11. Strike and Reorganization in Post Office by Lawrence Swaim, p. 8
            12. Curbing African Revolution by A.B. Scripto, p. 9
            13. British Workers Refuse Social Contract by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
            14. U.S. Changes Line on Eurocommunism by Nancy I. Lieber, p. 11
            15. The Saga of a Modern Boom Town by Dede Feldman, pp. 12-13
            16. The Bad Steed, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Shooting Looters by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
            19. "Household Technicians" Organize to Gain Equal Status as Workers by Donna Allen, p. 16
            20. The Ruth Yannatta Campaign by Derek Shearer, p. 17
            21. Nagging Questions at Farmer-Labor Party Tribute by Kenrick G. Kissell, p. 18
            22. Irate Truckers Win "Fuzzbusters" by Steve Chapple, p. 18
            23. New Left Veteran Defends His Past as Baseball Fan by Mark Naison, p. 19
            24. Fencing Foils Foes Picks Up Fans Fast by Marvin E. Gettleman, pp. 19-20
            25. [+]
              A Powerful Tribute to Black Womanhood by Lynn Garafola, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/when the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange
            26. Boston Artists Boycott Show by Judy Polumbaum, pp. 21-22
            27. [+]
              Seven very radical women by Frances Putnam Fritchman, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Seven Women by Judith Nies
            28. [+]
              Three not so very radical women by Mimi Goldman, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Loose Change by Sara Davidson
            29. The Cedric Belfrage Story by Judy MacLean, p. 24
          5. [+]
            August 17, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
            1. Back to the Workhouses for America's Poor by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Anti-Nuclear Mussel by Norman Solomon, p. 3
            3. California by Jerry Helfand, p. 3
            4. Mining Bill Stripped by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            5. Self-Determination to Come before UN by Cam Duncan, p. 5
            6. Illegal Immigrants by Martin Brown, p. 6
            7. Carter's Plan Is Full of Loopholes by Judy MacLean, p. 6
            8. New Priority for Job Security by Paul Rosenstiel, p. 7
            9. Technology Challenges Postal Union by Lawrence Swaim, p. 8
            10. Anti-Nuclear Demo Draws Blood and Anti-German Alarm by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
            11. Divided Socialists Move Rightward by Jack Hammond, p. 10
            12. Would-Be Revolutionaries Beware by John Low-Beer, p. 11
            13. The Case That Won't Die by Sidney Blumenthal, pp. 12-14
            14. A Solution to the Health Care Crisis?, p. 15
            15. Letters, p. 16
            16. A Challenge to "Left Hypocrisy" on Abortion by Michael Stone, p. 16
            17. Perhaps Kinoy Was Not Merely Grasping at Straws by Nick Rabkin, p. 16
            18. The Press in Middle America by James Aronson, p. 17
            19. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, pp. 17-18
            20. MacArthur Is an Historical Lie by Norman Markowitz, p. 19
            21. Now, for the Woman Sports Consumer by Anita Diamant, p. 20
            22. Tennis with South Africa Opposed by Mark Naison, p. 20
            23. Records by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
            24. [+]
              It's Not as Easy as It Looks by Janet Stevenson, p. 22 - 4 Reviews
              1. The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977 Film) by Marty Feldman
              2. Jabberwocky (1977 Film) by Terry Gilliam
              3. Allegro Non Troppo (1977 Film) by Bruno Bozzetto
              4. Fire Sale (1977 Film) by Alan Arkin
            25. [+]
              Behind the Energy Crisis-Two Views, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. The Control of Oil by John M. Blair
              2. The Brotherhood of Oil by Robert Engler
            26. Looting Among the Looted, p. 24
          6. [+]
            August 24, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. Government Coverup on Letelier Murder by Peter Weiss, p. 2
            2. Pro-Nuclear Plan Withdrawn by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Life and Death in the Old South by Don Davis, p. 3
            4. Defending Clean Air in Montana by Bill Vaughn, p. 4
            5. NAM Convention Seeks American Road to Socialism by David Moberg, p. 5
            6. Weakness and Strength in Labor Law Reform Fight by Malcolm Kennedy, p. 6
            7. Lines Sharply Drawn on Labor Reform Bill by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            8. Labor Gives in to Carter on Minimum Wage by Patrick Lacefield, p. 7
            9. Eurocommunism Splits British CP by Mervyn Jones, p. 8
            10. A Talk with CP Head Gordon McLennan by Sam Kushner, p. 8
            11. CIA Linked to Korea Cove-Up by Jeffrey Stein, p. 9
            12. Mexico Gripped by New Scandals and Political Intrigue by Harvey Levenstein, p. 10
            13. Quebec's Far-Reaching Labor Law by Henry Milner, p. 10
            14. America Grows Old by Janet Stevenson, p. 11
            15. Sophie by Valerie Taylor, p. 12
            16. Jud by Valerie Taylor, p. 12
            17. Henry by Judy MacLean, p. 12
            18. [+]
              Stella by Judy MacLean, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. The Coming of Age by Simone de Beauvoir
            19. Want to Know More?, p. 14
            20. The Panama Canal Treaty, p. 15
            21. Letters, p. 16
            22. More about Ruth Yannatta Jim Stanbery and Socialist Politics, p. 16
            23. The U.S. Supreme Court by Joshua Dressler, p. 17
            24. New York's Dissident Looters by Hans Koning, p. 17
            25. Mark Naison Struck Out in His Review of Senzel's Baseball and the Cold War by Anita Diamant, p. 18
            26. Beckenbauer & American Soccer by Louis Kampf, p. 19
            27. Old Timers Teach and Learn with NAM by David Moberg, p. 20
            28. Native American Art Rivals Tutankhamen's by David Moberg, p. 21
            29. [+]
              Records by Judy MacLean, p. 22 - 2 Reviews
              1. Debutante by Willie Tyson
              2. Ballad of the Era/Farmer Women Walk More Determined/Mammary Glands by Kristin Lems
            30. Folk Music as Varied as Life by Josh Dunson, p. 23
            31. [+]
              RoseGarden Should Have Stood in Book by Mavis Lyons, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977 Film) by Anthony Page
            32. Farewell to the King by P. Hertel, p. 24
          7. [+]
            August 31, 1977 Issue = 36 Articles
            1. Monkey Business in the Movie Business by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Gearing Up for Full Employment by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. New York Mayoral Race in a Muddle by David Bensman, p. 4
            4. Keeping the Wolf Out of Co-OP City by Philip Mattera, p. 4
            5. SCLC Crippled By Secret Internal Strife by Raoul Sinclair, p. 5
            6. Treatment Sought for Alcoholics by Jerry Helfand, p. 6
            7. Workers Sterilized in Chemical Plant, p. 6
            8. Educational Crisis Not on Agenda at AFT Meeting by Lois Weiner, p. 7
            9. Battle Lines Drawn on Panama Canal by Philip E. Wheaton, p. 8
            10. American Press Runs Roughshod Over Mozambique by Allen Isaacman, p. 9
            11. U.S. Rights Campaign Bears Mixed Fruit, pp. 10-11
            12. The Legacy of Vietnam by Chuck Fager, p. 12
            13. [+]
              The U.S. in Vietnam, a Case of Grasshoppers against Elephants by Peter Karman, p. 12 - 4 Reviews
              1. Grasshoppers and Elephants by Wilfred G. Burchett
              2. Our Great Spring Victory by Van Tien Dung
              3. A Soldier Reports by William C. Westmoreland
              4. Can America Win the Next War? by Drew Middleton
            14. [+]
              John Wayne-Ing It with the Romeo Platoon, p. 13 - 1 Review
              1. Close Quarters by Larry Heinemann
            15. [+]
              What Does It Take to Change a Man's Mind? by Barbara H. Linden, p. 14 - 1 Review
              1. Born on the Fourth of July by Ron Kovic
            16. [+]
              Gay Liberation within a Macho Sports Ethic, p. 15 - 2 Reviews
              1. David Kopay Story by David Kopay, Perry Deane Young, and Robert Lipsyte, ...
              2. Sports and the Macho Male by John Mitzel
            17. [+]
              American Trade Unions from Across the Atlantic by Bernard H. Moss, p. 15 - 1 Review
              1. The American Unions by Jean-Pierre Cot and Jean-Pierre Mounier
            18. [+]
              Working Class Resistance as the Factory Superceded the Craftsman, p. 16 - 1 Review
              1. Class and Community by Alan Dawley
            19. [+]
              Police Abuses Don't Make a Police State, p. 16 - 1 Review
              1. The American Police State by David Wise
            20. Working Class History by Leon Fink, p. 17
            21. [+]
              Transitory Socialism in Oklahoma by Michael H. Ebner, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. When Farmers Voted Red by Garin Burbank
            22. [+]
              Tempests in Teapots in American Trotskyism by John Harper, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. The Prophet's Army by Constance Ashton Myers
            23. [+]
              The German Communist Party before Hitler, p. 17 - 1 Review
              1. Inside German Communism by Rosa Levine-Meyer
            24. Socialist History by David M. Szonyi, p. 18
            25. [+]
              Four Ways of Dealing with American Reality by Alan Cheuse, p. 18 - 4 Reviews
              1. Falconer by John Cheever
              2. A Book of Common Prayer by Joan Didion
              3. An American Romance by John Casey
              4. Farther Off from Heaven by William Humphrey
            26. [+]
              Best-Seller Built Around Tomorrow's Headlines by Joel Blau, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. Paris One by James Brady
            27. [+]
              Best-Seller Built Around the History of a Family, p. 18 - 1 Review
              1. The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough
            28. Harassed Woman Sues the FBI, p. 19
            29. A Petty Pleasure of Growing Old by Alvah Bessie, p. 20
            30. Strong Negatives in the Decline of Liberalism in the U.S. by Roberta Lynch, p. 20
            31. Letters, p. 21
            32. Is the Council on Foreign Relations a Force for Peace? by William Minter and Laurence Shoup, p. 21
            33. The Absence of a Left Alternative Is the Main Point by Stuart Steers, p. 21
            34. American Labor Entering a New Era, p. 22
            35. The Anti-B-I Campaign by Stefan Ostrach and Marion Bames, p. 23
            36. Do Kids Have Rights? by Connie Bruck, p. 24
          8. [+]
            September 14, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. Leonid Plyushch Sees New Wave of Terror by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Closing the Doors on Minorities by Bill Sievert, p. 3
            3. Ultra-Militancy Characterizes New Organization by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            4. New Evidence Unearthed in Sacco-Vanzetti Case by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 4
            5. Infant Formula Promotion Provokes Nestle Boycott, p. 4
            6. Roundtable Wields Immense Power behind the Scene by Harry C. Boyte, p. 5
            7. Business and Labor, Together and Apart by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            8. Uniting the Anti-Nuke Movement by Judy Maclean, p. 6
            9. Public Questioning of Nuclear Power in Vermont by Greg Guma, p. 6
            10. Vermonters Prefer Solar, p. 6
            11. Mechanization Threatens Farmworkers by Susan Stern, p. 7
            12. Mobilization for Survival, p. 7
            13. Random Samples, p. 8
            14. New Compromise by Bernard H. Moss, p. 9
            15. Spanish Left Were the Real Winners by Arthur Landis, p. 10
            16. Suarez Unsuccessful in Forging a Coalition with the Socialists by Barry Winograd, p. 10
            17. Nazareth Hosts a Workcamp with Arabs and Jews by David Mandel, p. 11
            18. U.S. Whitewash of Dictators by Cedric Belfrage, pp. 11-12
            19. Pablo Neruda Poet of Peace & Revolution by Christian Eaby, p. 13
            20. Afro-Americans and Full Employment, p. 14
            21. Letters, p. 15
            22. Chinese Theory and Practice on the Nationalities Question by M. Ron Karenga, p. 16
            23. China and the American Left by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 17
            24. Dialog by Max Gordon, p. 17
            25. Lions and Lambs by Bob Ross, p. 18
            26. Women as Priests Threaten to Cause Episcopal Schism by Sheila K. Johnson, p. 19
            27. Arthur Ashe by Randall Kennedy, p. 20
            28. [+]
              Film Blows Up Ballad by Steve Chapple, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Convoy (1978 Film) by Sam Peckinpah
            29. Rural Artist Goes to Work in Foundry by Emily Osborn, p. 22
            30. [+]
              The Morality of Transplants and Biology of Selfishness by Fitzhugh Mullan and John H. McClendon, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. Coma by Robin Cook
              2. The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins
            31. [+]
              Recent history of resistance to racism, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Life for Africa by Naomi Mitchison
            32. Lions and Lambs by Robert J. Ross, p. 24
          9. [+]
            September 21, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. Southern Workers Need New Labor Law by Bob Hall, p. 2
            2. Cracks in Teamster Empire by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Unity and Diversity in Women's Caucus by Claire Greensfelder, p. 4
            4. Milwaukee Aroused Over Busing, p. 4
            5. Weakness with Minorities & Labor Doomed Bella by Paul A. Du Brul, p. 5
            6. Blue Collar Sun by David Moberg, p. 6
            7. Government Research in Solar Power Self-Defeating by David Moberg, p. 7
            8. Union WAGE Organizes Women by Michelle Celarier, p. 8
            9. Texas Farmworkers Begin Hunger Strike by Dave Ransom, p. 8
            10. I've Had No Time to Be a Sad Widow by David Moberg, p. 9
            11. Cuban Exile Bombs Mark DC Meeting by Jeffrey Stein, p. 10
            12. Mexico Doesn't Show in Protest of Treaty, p. 10
            13. Two Thousand Demonstrate against Carter Dinner with Dictators, p. 10
            14. Letter from Britain by Martin A. Jackson, pp. 11-13
            15. Human Rights and the Letelier-Moffitt Murders, p. 14
            16. Solar Electricity, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. French Left Faces Tough Campaign Says Member of the National Assembly by Jean-Pierre Cot, p. 16
            19. Richard Nixon Won't Even Fade Away by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
            20. Toward a Socialist Redefinition of Patriotism by John Rossen, p. 17
            21. More Letters by Anne Ladky, p. 17
            22. Teamsters, p. 18
            23. Women's Caucus by Claire Greensfelder, p. 18
            24. Making Science Serve Business by David F. Noble, p. 19
            25. No Going Back for Forest Hills by Mark Naison, p. 20
            26. Anti-Apartheid Demonstration Draws Comment from Ashe, p. 20
            27. [+]
              Living Revolution by J.S., p. 21 - 2 Reviews
              1. Taking Charge by The American Friends Service Committee
              2. Resource Manual for a Living Revolution by Virginia Coover, Ellen Deacon, and Charles Esser, ...
            28. [+]
              Epic without a Hero by Jeffrey Gillenkirk, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andric
            29. Punk Has Become a Symbol of Musical Resistance by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            30. Records, p. 22
            31. [+]
              A Fine First Fifteen Years by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. So Early in the Spring by Judy Collins
            32. Art 14 Football 7 by Bill Sievert, p. 24
          10. [+]
            September 28, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
            1. War or Peace? by Boris Rabbot, p. 2
            2. Nuclear Materials Missing by Richard P. Pollock, p. 3
            3. Economic Policy Underlies the Bert Lance Issue by Alan Wolfe, p. 4
            4. Labor: Prospects for a Military Union Setback by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 4
            5. News Analysis by Jim Chapin, p. 5
            6. Women: Are Police Soft on Wife-Beaters? by Ronnie Lovler and George Anderson, p. 6
            7. Food & Land by Joe Belden, p. 7
            8. Carter vs. the Third World by Bruce Vandervort, p. 8
            9. Britain by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
            10. South America by Jim Cockcroft, p. 10
            11. Forbes Burnham Brushes Aside Jagan's Call for United Front, pp. 10-11
            12. Buses, Bigots & Eogan by David Moberg, pp. 12-14
            13. Affirmative Action and the Bakke Case, p. 15
            14. Letters, p. 16
            15. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
            16. Coalition to Combat Unemployment by Jack Clark, p. 17
            17. Cartoons, Cliches, and Clenched Fists or a Cartoonist's Lament by Jay Kinney, p. 18
            18. The Social Composition of the French Socialist Party Is as Important as the Intentions ... by Ed Greer, p. 18
            19. Creating the College Factory by David F. Noble, p. 19
            20. Sports by Paul Goldman, Peter Dreier, and Mimi Goldman, p. 20
            21. Midler Shines, Pryor Fumes at Hollywood Rights Gala by Sherry Rayn Barnett, p. 21
            22. [+]
              Reggae and Soul Successfully Merged by Bruce Dancis, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Harvest Uptown/Famine Downtown by Saul Syndicate
            23. Second Honeymoon by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            24. Soaping Up for the New Woman by Elayne Rapping, p. 23
            25. Suing the Schools for Malpractice by Nat Hentoff, p. 24
        4. [+]
          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1977 = 12 Issues, 353 Articles
          1. [+]
            October 5, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
            1. A World Government behind Closed Doors by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Imports Not the Issue in Steel by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. Making Neighborhoods a Priority by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            4. Federal Unemployment Benefits Cut by Paul Rosenstiel, p. 4
            5. Phone Company Graft and Greed on Trial in Texas by Enrique Pasa, p. 5
            6. New Director of FBI Faces Problems of Discipline and Function by Robert L. Borosage, p. 6
            7. Frank Johnson, New FBI Director, Has a Record for Toughness by Linda Parham, p. 7
            8. Meanwhile, Back of the CIA by Karen Wynn, p. 7
            9. Nazi Past Looms over Terrorists and Their Victims by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
            10. Communists Pressuring Socialists by Bernard H. Moss, p. 9
            11. Special Report Disunited Union of the Left May Wage Separate Campaigns by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
            12. Ogaden Somalis Oust Ethiopians by Roger Mann, p. 10
            13. [+]
              Memories of an Ex by Janet Stevenson, pp. 11-13 - 1 Review
              1. A Fine Old Conflict by Jessica Mitford
            14. Free-Lancing in the Land of Opportunity (Ltd.), p. 14
            15. Running on the Left in Tennis Sneakers, p. 14
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. A Long, But Sure and Painful Death Is What the Neutron Bomb Provides by Peter Bloch, p. 16
            18. Free to Choose Your Own Destruction Laetrile, Helmets and Libertarians by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
            19. The Supreme Court, p. 17
            20. H.H. Wilson by Richard Sklar, pp. 17-18
            21. San Diego Voters Beat Down Nude Beach by David Helvarg, p. 19
            22. Women's Softball Takes off in Boston by Anita Diamant, p. 20
            23. [+]
              Unmasking Liberal Hatchetmen by Alden Whitman, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. On Active Service in War and Peace by Jesse Lemisch
            24. Records by Bruce Dancis, p. 22
            25. Liberation Music Orchestra Closeness by Ron Sakolsky, p. 22
            26. [+]
              Universal Strikes Again by Joe Heumann, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. Smokey and the Bandit (1977 Film) by Hal Needham
              2. Rollercoaster (1977 Film) by James Goldstone
            27. [+]
              Tasteful Tastelessness by J.S., p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977 Film) by John Landis
            28. I Was a Scab (Part-Time); Or the Seamy Side of Academe by Barbara Garson, p. 24
          2. [+]
            October 12, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. Carter's Magical Mystery Program by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Reclaiming the Land for People by Mike McKinlay, p. 3
            3. Dissident Teamsters Meet by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            4. Prison Affirmative Action Programs under Fire by Mark Shwartz, p. 4
            5. Youngstown Steel Plant Deliberately Abandoned by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            6. Continuing Protests at Kent State by Bob Datz, p. 6
            7. Prison Workers by Mark Shwartz, p. 6
            8. American Slain in Chile with U.S. Complicity, Family Suit Charges by Jeff Stein, p. 6
            9. Freight Emphasis Doomed Amtrak by Frank Browning, p. 7
            10. Are the Essentials of Mao's Revolution Being Discarded? by David Milton, p. 8
            11. Split Over How Much to Nationalize, p. 9
            12. Suarez Regime Beset with Problems by Dan Swanson, p. 10
            13. Israel's 77 Unsettling Settlements by David Mandel, p. 11
            14. Sports for the (Daily) Worker by Mark Naison, pp. 12-14
            15. Middle East Compromise Floating on Oil, p. 15
            16. Did Bakke Lose Out to Privileged Whites?, p. 15
            17. Letters, p. 16
            18. Carter's Urban Plan to Pay Corporations for More of Same by Ed Greer, p. 17
            19. Has Nuclear Warfare Repealed the Right to Life? by Sidney Lens, p. 17
            20. Interior Department Issues Tough Regulations by Catherine Lerza, p. 18
            21. Reclaiming the Land, p. 18
            22. Zephyros by Janet Spiegelman, p. 19
            23. Was Marcus Garvey Framed by Feds? by Linn Washington, Jr., p. 20
            24. Learning by Janet Spiegelman, p. 20
            25. [+]
              Light and Heavy Fare from France by Lynn Garafola and P. Hertel, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Pardon Mon Affaire (1976 Film) by Yves Robert
            26. Saga of Seabrook Scores by J.S., p. 22
            27. Records by Joe Heumann, pp. 23-24
          3. [+]
            October 19, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
            1. Economic Holocaust Hits the Midwest and the Northeast by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 2
            2. Ghosts Strike Goldwater Ranch by Tom Barry, p. 3
            3. Labor Law Reform Wins Big in House by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            4. When the Banks Ran Yonkers by Joseph Kelly, p. 5
            5. Only Sterile Women Need Apply by Dorothy McGhee, p. 6
            6. Jobs That Kill by Dorothy McGhee, p. 6
            7. Losing Your Job Is Also Hazardous by Martin Brown, p. 6
            8. Shell Workers Misled on Sterility by Timothy Lange, p. 7
            9. Women Have Job Safety Concerns by Andrea Gunderson and Jane Melnick, p. 7
            10. Commoner Conyers & Sadlowski Featured at Chautauqua, pp. 8-9
            11. Labour Delegates Balk at Old Old Story by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
            12. Youths Protest Communist Policy by Sam Pizzigati, p. 10
            13. Austerity Uniting Divided Unions by Bernard H. Moss, p. 11
            14. From Moscow to People's War to Peking Turkey by David Milton, pp. 12-13
            15. Social Insecurity and Forced Retirement, p. 14
            16. Letters, p. 15
            17. New Soviet Constitution Is a Catalog of Contradictions by Michael Urban, p. 16
            18. The Karman Turn Teng for President by Pete Karman, p. 16
            19. Neanderthal Newspaper Chains by James Aronson, pp. 17-18
            20. Whether You Want Him or Not by Patrick Owens, p. 19
            21. The Unrepentent Joy of Baseball by Marc Gunther, p. 20
            22. Records by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
            23. [+]
              Julia Is the Best All-Round Film Around by Janet Stevenson, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Julia (1977 Film) by Fred Zinnemann
            24. Robert Lowell by W.D. Ehrhart, p. 23
            25. [+]
              The Facts of (Fish) Life by Patrick Owens, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Art of Fishing with Worms by Harold F. Blaisdell
            26. My Tennis Partner Was an AGENT! by Jeff Cohen, p. 24
          4. [+]
            October 26, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. The Cruel, Primitive and the Unpalatable by John Judis, p. 2
            2. What to Do With Nuclear Waste? by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Congress Scuttles Utility Reform by Nellie Scott, p. 4
            4. Organizing the Grassroots by Judy MacLean, p. 4
            5. Strike and Boycott against Right-Wing as Well as Coors by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            6. Coors Strike in Trouble by Timothy Lange, p. 5
            7. Military Needs Encroaching on Nasa and Space Shuttle Program by John Markoff, p. 6
            8. What's behind Carter's Push for the M-X Missile and Neutron Bomb? by Alan Wolfe, p. 6
            9. Despite Carter the U.S. Remains the Number One Arms Supplier to the World by Michael Klare, p. 7
            10. Imports, Quotas and Government Aid for the Steel Industry by David Moberg, p. 8
            11. Striking Workers Hold Firm in Minnesota Iron Ore Range by David Moberg, p. 8
            12. Factionalism Continued by McBride in the Steelworkers by David Moberg, p. 8
            13. Terror Killings Raise New Clamor on German Right by Brigitte Kirch and Bill Hansen, p. 9
            14. Questioning Communist Democracy by Bernard Moss, p. 10
            15. A Lesbian in the Labour Party, an Adulterer among the Tories by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
            16. Thailand by Philip Kunstadt, pp. 12-13
            17. The Democratic Agenda Conference, p. 14
            18. Letters, p. 15
            19. Free Speech for the Nazis Is for Our Own Good by Joshua Dressler, p. 16
            20. Despite Fragmentation and Reverses the Left Has a Chance to Revive by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
            21. Food and Development by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, pp. 17-18
            22. Why Nothing Seems to Work by Rasa Gustaitis, p. 19
            23. (Off the Record) by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, pp. 19-20
            24. Records by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
            25. Vi Redd's Alto Sax Soars with Women's Jazz Quintet by Ron Sakolsky, p. 22
            26. [+]
              PBS to Air Black History Film by Lynn Garafola, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Men of Bronze (1977 Film) by William Miles#2
            27. [+]
              The Language of Black America by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Talkin and Testifyin by Geneva Smitherman
            28. [+]
              Un-Simple Langston Hughes by David M. Szonyi, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Good Morning Revolution by Langston Hughes and Faith Berry
            29. Thrills, Chills and Spills at the U.S. Grand Prix by Bruce Pringle, p. 24
          5. [+]
            November 2, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. Punk 'n' Roll Is Here to Stay by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Police Attack Kentucky Miners by Frank Adams, p. 3
            3. Discord in the UMW by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            4. Pesticides Found in Coffee by David Weir, p. 4
            5. No Energy Bill May Be the Answer by Nelly Scott, p. 4
            6. Los Angeles Police under Attack by Ron Ridenour, p. 5
            7. Police Chiefs Meet in Los Angeles by Jeff Gottlieb, p. 5
            8. Fitzsimmons May Resign by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            9. Rigged Contracts on the Rise by Dan Marschall, p. 6
            10. L.A. Police under Attack by Ron Ridenour, p. 6
            11. No Agreement on Revising Criminal Code by Barry M. Hager, p. 7
            12. Behind the Split in the French Left by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
            13. Tories Look Right, Hedge on Unions by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
            14. French Language Bill Sparks Sharp Debate in Quebec by Henry Milner, p. 10
            15. The Fiefdom of Russell Long, pp. 11-13
            16. What's Good for Business Is Bad for Us, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Black Criticism of Carter by M. Ron Karenga, p. 16
            19. The Youngstown Steel Shutdown by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
            20. The Best [Censored] Stories of 1976 by Alvah Bessie, pp. 17-18
            21. Toward a New Form of Sex by Eli Zaretsky, p. 19
            22. [+]
              Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20 - 1 Review
              1. Life on the Run by Bill Bradley
            23. Records, p. 21
            24. Prisoner-Poets in the Hole at Folsom by John Oliver Simon, p. 22
            25. [+]
              Prisoner-Playwright Adapts Play for Film by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Short Eyes by Miguel Pinero and Marvin F. Camillo
            26. [+]
              Prisoner-Novelist Publishes Second Book by Alan Cheuse, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Animal Factory by Edward Bunker
            27. Devil Defies Denton Drys by Roy Appleton III, p. 24
          6. [+]
            November 9, 1977 Issue = 33 Articles
            1. Carter Views Ex-Whiz Kid's Health Plan, p. 2
            2. Chavez under Fire, Farm Workers Stalemated by Sam Kushner, p. 3
            3. Reform Efforts Provoke Response by Madeleine Adamson, p. 4
            4. Immigration Coalition Takes on Carter by Delfino Varela, p. 4
            5. Torture Case Stirs Border Town Boycott by Tom Barry, p. 5
            6. Oregon Workers Move to Form Lumber Co-Op by Jerry Lembcke, p. 6
            7. Banks Sued for Bad Check overcharges by Paul Allen#3, p. 6
            8. New Labor Coalition Out for Shorter Work Week by Dan Marschall, p. 7
            9. A Potent Force for Political Change by Sid Blumenthal, p. 8
            10. Community Options to Counter the Industrial Exodus by David Moberg, p. 8
            11. Begin Gets a New Coalition Partner by David Mandel, p. 9
            12. Bloody Arrests Prepare Shah's Visit by Linda Heiden, p. 10
            13. Strike Tests Guyana's Socialism by Jay R. Mandle and Joan D. Mandle, p. 10
            14. Suarez Threatened from All Sides by Barbara Mann Franck, p. 11
            15. Somoza Was Shaken to the Roots' by Frank Maurovich, p. 11
            16. Why Can't We Holler? This Is America! by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
            17. Our First Year, p. 14
            18. Free Speech and Socialist Democracy, p. 14
            19. Letters, p. 15
            20. There Is No Immunity to Violence in the Modern World by Hans Koning, p. 16
            21. Black Children Sue California over Bias in Intelligence Tests by Herbert A. Schreier, p. 16
            22. What to Do about Nuclear Power?, pp. 17-18
            23. [+]
              Seeking Educational Alternatives: Theory by Ronald D. Cohen, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Traditions of American Education by Lawrence A. Cremin
            24. [+]
              Seeking Educational Alternatives: Practice by Frank Adams, p. 19 - 1 Review
              1. Roots of Education in America by Ruth Dropkin and Arthur Tobier
            25. Confusion over Sports Equality by Barry Jacobs, p. 20
            26. Say It in Private by J.S., p. 21
            27. Stick to Me by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
            28. [+]
              Review Work, Culture, and Society in Industrializing ... by Jack Metzgar, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Work, Culture, and Society in Industrializing America by Herbert G. Gutman
            29. [+]
              Review The Cold Cash War, by Robert Asprin by Alan Cheuse, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. The Cold Cash War by Robert Asprin
            30. [+]
              Review Union Dues, by John Sayles by Judy Barton, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Union Dues by John Sayles
            31. [+]
              Listless Love Story in Lush Landscape by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Bobby Deerfield by Alvin Sargent and Sydney Pollack
            32. [+]
              Valentino, an Indictment of Idolatry by Joe Heumann, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Valentino by Ken Russell and Mardik Martin
            33. $2.30 for the Body Nothing for the Soul by Juli Loesch, p. 24
          7. [+]
            November 16, 1977 Issue = 32 Articles
            1. American Press by James Aronson, p. 2
            2. The State of the Unions Old Weakness, New Strength by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. A New Breed of Union Busters by Dick Wilson, p. 4
            4. California Bars "Coercive" Jury Charge by Eve Pell and Mark Shwartz, p. 5
            5. Can Judges Speak English? by Becky O'Malley, p. 5
            6. Klan Upsurge along the Border by Bill Ritter, p. 6
            7. Tufts Tiffed by Marcos Grant by Peter Dreier, p. 6
            8. Factionalism Splits Chicano Movement by Mario Barrera, p. 7
            9. Agents Enter Abalone Alliance by Tom Thompson, p. 8
            10. Carter Guts Discharge Review Program by Patrick Lacefield, p. 8
            11. Toil & Trouble Not Gold & Silver by Keith Rohman, p. 9
            12. Carter's Little Policy Pills by Steve Talbot, p. 10
            13. U.S., Germany Waylay Italian Socialism by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
            14. Left Alliance Opposes Karamanlis by Amis Sougiotis, p. 12
            15. Danger Ahead for NDP after Manitoba Defeat by John Richards#2, p. 12
            16. Soviets Refuse to Rehabilitate Bukharin by Louis Menashe, p. 13
            17. A Report on the Rejection of N. I. Bukharin's Rehabilitation by Louis Menashe, p. 13
            18. Will You Still Need Me Will You Still Need Me When It's '81?, pp. 14-17
            19. A Restatement of Our Principles, p. 18
            20. Letters, p. 19
            21. An Anatomy of Black Politics by Manning Marable, p. 20
            22. The Women's Movement Must Rethink Its Image and Revamp Its Program by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 20
            23. Hidden Problem That Went Public by Delfino Varela, pp. 21-22
            24. [+]
              Would You Shoot Yourself over Fumbles?, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Fans! by Michael Roberts
            25. Creativity and Freedom by Mark Naison, p. 24
            26. An Art Form Impermanent by Jack Russell, p. 24
            27. Fall Season TV Falls Short of Expectations by Elayne Rapping, p. 25
            28. Records by Ron Sakolsky, p. 26
            29. Records: Osamu by Carlo Wolff, p. 26
            30. [+]
              Pryor Farce Features UFW as the 'Good Guys' by Janet Stevenson, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Which Way Is Up? by Carl Gottlieb, Cecil Brown, and Michael Schultz
            31. [+]
              Bertolucci Epic Cut Down to Only Four Hours by Lynn Garafola, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. 1900~~Nineteen Hundred (1977 Film) by Bernardo Bertolucci
            32. The Robeson Controversy by David R. Roediger, p. 28
          8. [+]
            November 23, 1977 Issue = 36 Articles
            1. Capitalism at the Crossroads by John Judis, p. 2
            2. A Big Step Forward in Full Employment Campaign by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Cleveland Elects Insurgent Mayor by Roldo Bartimole, p. 4
            4. Undocumented Workers Sue over Conditions and Pay by Todd Darling, p. 4
            5. Poor People's Representatives Meet in Detroit by Reva Fahrneback and Judith Transue, p. 4
            6. Acreage Limits under Fire by Ken Coughlin, p. 5
            7. Californians Testify on Land Regulations by Sam Silver, p. 5
            8. Strikers Publish Own Newspaper by Alex Kotlowitz, p. 6
            9. Iron Range Workers Reject Settlement by Phil Glende, p. 6
            10. Senior Citizens by Ruth Dear, p. 7
            11. Dakota Rejects Grant by Nellie Scott, p. 7
            12. Indians Oppose Copper Leaching by Stephen Most, p. 8
            13. Strikes Greet Likud Policies by David Mandel, p. 9
            14. And the Palestinian-Israeli War Goes on by David Mandel, p. 9
            15. ILO Shaken by American Departure by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
            16. Uranium, Jobs Ignite Debate in December Vote by Kathy Gordon and Andrew Hewlett, p. 11
            17. Quebec Has Its First Nuclear Power Clash by Henry Milner, p. 11
            18. Whittaker Chambers, pp. 12-13
            19. Humphrey-Hawkins: Opening Wedge, p. 14
            20. Letters, p. 15
            21. Socialism and Democracy by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
            22. Hans Koning, p. 16
            23. The Karman Turn by Pete Karman, p. 17
            24. Food and Development by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, pp. 17-18
            25. Village Voice Workers Unionize by Barbara Garson, p. 19
            26. The Greatest' Is Getting Old by Manning Marable, p. 20
            27. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
            28. New Show for Older People by J.S., p. 21
            29. [+]
              Crime Novel by a Retired Cop by Alan Cheuse, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Investigation by Dorothy Uhnak
            30. The Grand Illusion by Carlo Wolff, p. 22
            31. Twilley Don't Mind by Joe Heumann, p. 22
            32. Crosby, Stills and Nash by Carlo Wolff, p. 22
            33. Simple Things by Carlo Wolff, p. 22
            34. [+]
              Equus Loses in Translation to the Wide Screen by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Equus (1977 Film) by Sidney Lumet
            35. [+]
              Semi-Serious Story of a Vietnam Vet by Gary Kulik, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Heroes (1977 Film) by Jeremy Paul Kagan
            36. Philadelphia Story by Chuck Fager, p. 24
          9. [+]
            November 30, 1977 Issue = 33 Articles
            1. A Democrat with a Small 'd' by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Bilandic Gets Byrned by David Moberg, p. 3
            3. Clamshell Opens Anti-Nuke Campaign by Greg Guma, p. 4
            4. High Noon for Indiana Dunes by Dan Marschall, p. 4
            5. Beantown Busing Runs Out of Gas by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 5
            6. Jury to Decide If Group Is a Tribe by Judy Polumbaum, p. 6
            7. Housekeepers Move to Unionize by Carol Polsky, p. 6
            8. Dairy State Threatened by Metal Mining by Al Gedicks, p. 7
            9. Exxon Invades Chippewa Territory by Paul Sequeira, p. 7
            10. Tobacco Subsidies under Fire by Michael Kirkhorn, p. 8
            11. Mr. Sadat Comes to Jerusalem by David Mandel, p. 9
            12. Syria and PLO Blast Sadat Initiative by Carole Collins, p. 9
            13. A Manic-Depressive British Economy by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
            14. Assassination Attempt on Jamaican Left Leader by John Judis, p. 10
            15. Iran: Demonstrators Upstage Shah's Visit by Linda Heiden, p. 11
            16. [+]
              Iran: Iranian Poet on Terror and Torture by Mary Belfrage, p. 11 - 1 Review
              1. The Crowned Cannibals by Reza Baraheni
            17. Citizens Action Program by David Moberg, p. 12
            18. Public Action by David Moberg, p. 13
            19. New Beginning in Mid-East?, p. 14
            20. Letters, p. 15
            21. German Terrorists by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 16
            22. Bakke Case Compromise Likely by Manning Marable, p. 16
            23. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
            24. Around in Circles with Pollution by Barbara Garson, pp. 17-18
            25. Klan Battles Bar, Bar Battles Back by David Helvarg, p. 19
            26. [+]
              A History of Soviet Sports by Louis Menashe, p. 20 - 1 Review
              1. Sport and Soviet Society by James Riordan
            27. [+]
              Slavery Was Not Their Destiny by Al Richmond, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Black Odyssey by Nathan Irvin Huggins
            28.  ---  by Joe Heumann, p. 21
            29. [+]
              Review Death of a Lady's Man, by Leonard Cohen by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Death of a Lady's Man by Leonard Cohen
            30.  ---  by Sheldon Sunness, p. 22
            31. How to Exceed in Show Business by Janet Stevenson, p. 23
            32. [+]
              Over-Under Is Right on! by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Over-Under, Sideways-Down by Peter Gessner and Eugene Corr
            33. How to Exceed in Show Business, p. 24
          10. [+]
            December 6, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
            1. A Requiem for Rolling Stone by John Judis, p. 2
            2. Winning Big in Houston by Karen Wellisch, p. 3
            3. Employment Data under Fire by Paul Rosenstiel, p. 4
            4. New Life for Full Employment by Mary Eisner Eccles, p. 4
            5. Carrillo at Yale a Fine Muddle by James Aronson, p. 5
            6. Runaway Shops at the Mexican Border by Thomas Angotti and Belinda Sifford, p. 6
            7. Iron Miner's under Pressure to Settle by David Moberg, p. 6
            8. Making Juries Representative by Mike Yuen, p. 7
            9. Coalition Organizes against Senate Bill by Tod Ensign and Michael Uhl, p. 7
            10. No Left Turn in San Francisco by Anne Farrar, p. 8
            11. French Extradite German Lawyer by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
            12. G&W Big Screen Tie with Dominicans by Bob Gottlieb and Barbara Zheutlin, p. 10
            13. Firemen's Strike Puts Torch to Labour Wage Limit by Mervyn Jones, pp. 11-13
            14. The Houston Women's Conference, p. 14
            15. Letters, p. 15
            16. The Boob Tube Strikes with Vengeance by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
            17. The Helms Case by Souilandoau and Ralph Stavins, p. 16
            18. Occuptaional Safety and Health vs. the Right of Capital Accumulation by Vicente Navarro, p. 17
            19. The Chicago Version of Paul Robeson Is Far Different from the One ITT Described by Milton M. Cohen, pp. 17-18
            20. Investigative Reports Kill Nomination by Chuck Fager, p. 19
            21. So What's Wrong with the Celtics? by Bob Young, p. 20
            22. Running with Bonne Bell by Anita Diamant, p. 20
            23. Records by Karen Morrill, p. 21
            24. Why So Few Independent Feature Films? by Janet Stevenson, p. 22
            25. [+]
              Turning Point Another View of Love v. Career by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Turning Point (1977 Film) by Herbert Ross
            26. Another View of the American Ballet Theater by Lynn Garafola, p. 23
            27. Death By Smog by Peter Wiley, p. 24
          11. [+]
            December 14, 1977 Issue = 30 Articles
            1. Did American CP Set Carrillo Up? by Saul Wellman, p. 2
            2. Fighting Job Discrimination by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Oregon Sells South African Stock by Bruce Bowers, p. 4
            4. Clearwater Group Fights for a Cleaner Hudson River by Mitchell Torton, p. 4
            5. AFL-CIO Meet to Consider New Coalition by Sam Kushner, p. 5
            6. Mineworkers Strike Nationwide by Dan Marschall, p. 5
            7. Leftist Seeks Assessor Post by Dave Lindorff, p. 6
            8. People's Party Coalition in Trouble by Jeff Gottlieb, p. 6
            9. Race to Control the Sea Floor by David Helvarg, pp. 7-8
            10. Cracks in Somoza Machine by Marc Lindenberg, p. 9
            11. [+]
              A Different World If FDR Had Lived? by Carl Parrini, p. 10 - 1 Review
              1. The Shattered Peace by Daniel Yergin
            12. Egypt Grooms Alternatives to PLO by Geoffrey Aronson, p. 11
            13. Behind Sadat's Gamble on Peace by Ian Lustick, p. 11
            14. Socialism Among the Squatters' Shacks by Dick J. Reavis, pp. 12-13
            15. Capitalist Tools Whittle Living Standards, p. 14
            16. More Cells Waxing in the Honeycomb, p. 14
            17. Letters, p. 15
            18. Does Rising Labor Militancy Foretell New Black-White Alliance? by Manning Marable, p. 16
            19. Recession Is Not as Bad for Business as It Is for the Rest of Us by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 16
            20. Labor Law Reform Will Help Labor in South by Robert J. Ross, p. 17
            21. Something Old Something New, p. 18
            22. Sex Roles Hinder Coed Sports by Anne Gibbons, p. 19
            23. Personal Intervention Can Make a Difference by Joan Lester, p. 19
            24. Gifts Santa Won't Bring by Art Klein, p. 20
            25. Business and Capitalism, p. 20
            26. [+]
              Records by Carlo Wolff, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Coon Elder Band by Brenda Patterson
            27. A Tribute to Lipschutz, People's Artist by Jane Melnick, p. 22
            28. [+]
              A Stunning TV Docu-Drama on the Slave Trade by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Fight against Slavery by Evan Jones
            29. [+]
              Truffaut's Latest Film: A Gentle Satire on Macho Sex by Mavis Lyons, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Man Who Loved Women (1977 Film) by Francois Truffaut
            30. Business vs. Capitalism by Chuck Fager, p. 24
          12. [+]
            December 21, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
            1. Santiago Carrillo of Spain's Communist Party Talks about Eurocommunism by John Judis, p. 2
            2. On Strike for the Union by Dan Marschall, p. 3
            3. Congress Makes Abortion Deal by Mary Eisner Eccles, p. 4
            4. God Is on the Side of the Poor. by Juli Loesch, p. 4
            5. A Well Orchestrated Convention by Sam Kushner, p. 5
            6. France Still Controls Its Former Colonies by Bruce Vandervort, p. 6
            7. Workplace Democracy Aboard Ship by David Moberg, p. 7
            8. Soares by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
            9. We Gotta Do Something; It's No Good Now. by Nancy Ann James, p. 10
            10. A Farmers' Strike Is No Circus; It's Serious Business by Timothy Lange, p. 11
            11. Let's Organize; Go Cooperative by Linda Heiden, p. 11
            12. Hard Times for Southern Farmers by Robert Bildner, pp. 12-13
            13. A New Breed of Farm Women Fighting to Survive by Judy Strasser, p. 14
            14. Fighting Oligopoly by Judy Strasser, p. 15
            15. Seeking New Ideas by Judy Strasser, p. 15
            16. Farming the Land by Judy Strasser, p. 15
            17. Representing the Needs of Rural America by Joe Belden, p. 16
            18. Letters, p. 17
            19. Socialist Democracy by Peggy Dennis, p. 17
            20. No More Innocent Bystanders by Hans Koning, p. 18
            21. The Dangers of Unlimited Speech by Joshua Dressler, p. 18
            22. Another Lovely War? by Barry Brennan, pp. 19-20
            23. [+]
              Straight Talk about Italian Communism by Al Richmond, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. The Italian Road to Socialism by Eric J. Hobsbawm
            24. [+]
              Why Poor People's Movements Fail as They Succeed by Maynard Seider, p. 21 - 1 Review
              1. Poor People's Movements by Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward
            25. Free-For-All Agents by Barry Codell, p. 22
      2. [+]
        Issues of 1978 = 50 Issues, 1,303 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1979 = 47 Issues, 1,171 Articles
        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
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        Issues of 2002 = 24 Issues, 348 Articles
                                                        1. [+]
                                                          Issues of 2003 = 22 Issues, 320 Articles
                                                          1. [+]
                                                            Issues of 2004 = 20 Issues, 379 Articles
                                                            1. [+]
                                                              Issues of 2005 = 16 Issues, 284 Articles
                                                              1. [+]
                                                                Issues of 2006 = 12 Issues, 261 Articles
                                                                1. [+]
                                                                  Issues of 2007 = 12 Issues, 270 Articles
                                                                  1. [+]
                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
                                                                    1. [+]
                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
                                                                    2. [+]
                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
                                                                      1. [+]
                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles