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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 5 Issues, 173 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1977 = 48 Issues, 1,406 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1978 = 50 Issues, 1,303 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1978 = 13 Issues, 369 Articles
            1. [+]
              January 4, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. The 1977 Reuben Einstein Awards by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Showdown in Cleveland by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. Iron Range Workers End Strike by Phil Glende, p. 4
              4. Poor Settlement in Indiana Strike by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. Black Marxist Wins in Detroit by Jack Russell, p. 5
              6. Taking on Nursing Home Abuse by Robert Shildgen, p. 6
              7. Conflict of Interest over Food by Martin Brown, p. 7
              8. Congress Unlikely to Help Farmers by Elizabeth Wehr, p. 7
              9. Jury Frees Anti-Nuke Protestors by Norman Solomon, p. 8
              10. Egypt/Israel Talks Snagged by David Mandel, p. 9
              11. Mozambique's Two Years on Its Own by Allen Isaacman, p. 10
              12. Catalonia's Historic Compromise by Barbara Mann Franck, p. 11
              13. Surprise Election Defeat for Labor by David Gordon, p. 11
              14. People vs. Trees? by Douglas Zoloth Foster, pp. 12-13
              15. Bitter Harvest, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. Predictions for a New, Improved Year by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 16
              18. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              19. Sadat in Israel, and Afterward by Arthur I. Waskow, p. 17
              20. Environmental & Mental Pollution Cause Sickness by Sander Kelman, p. 18
              21. Life Is Hard in Cancer Valley by Jean Callahan, p. 19
              22. Profit Still Rules TV Boxing by Joe Heumann, p. 20
              23. Records by J.S., pp. 21-22
              24. [+]
                Innocence Is Not Always the Issue, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Innocence of Joan Little by James Reston, Jr.
              25. Ex-Terrorist Begin, a Realist in Politics by Arthur Zilversmit, p. 23
              26. Pot Happy by Chuck Fager, p. 24
            2. [+]
              January 11, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. Dr. Burns' Dream House by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Little Help for the Cities by T.D. Allman, p. 3
              3. An Activist at the Top and Bottom by Sam Kushner, p. 4
              4. Who'll Finance Alaskan Gas Line by Nellie Scott, p. 4
              5. Business Wins on Tax Reform by Alan Wolfe, p. 5
              6. A City of Schizoid Contradictions by Elliott Currie, p. 6
              7. Key to Future Growth in Water by Frank Adams, p. 7
              8. The Case of the Missing Nuns by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
              9. Rodolfo Walsh's Last Open Letter by Cedric Belfrage, p. 8
              10. Economic War Clouds over the Pacific by William Burr, p. 9
              11. West Bank Arabs Split on Sadat by Geoffrey Aronson, p. 10
              12. On the Spot by Doyle Niemann, pp. 11-12
              13. Democratic Ideals and Socialist Realism, p. 13
              14. Palestinian State Key to Durable Peace, p. 13
              15. Burchett Met by Right-Wing by Gwenda Blair, p. 14
              16. Letter, p. 15
              17. Where Does the Women's Movement go after Houston? by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              18. Requiescat, Charlie by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
              19. Begin's Palestinian Bantustan by Yoav Peled, pp. 17-18
              20. Neither the Best Nor the Worst Year for the Media by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, p. 19
              21. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
              22. Records: Blank Generation by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
              23. [+]
                Anti-red Union Builder by James Morris, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. David Dubinsky: A Life With Labor by David Dubinsky and A.H. Raskin
              24. [+]
                Communists in the Strikes of the 1920s, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. A Radical Life by Vera Buch Weisbord
              25. A Murky Meditation-on the Wages of Sin in Our Society by Barry Brennan, p. 23
              26. The Great Tramp by Cedric Belfrage, p. 24
            3. [+]
              January 18, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. Arthur Burns vs. G. William Miller by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Exposed GIs in Danger by Michael Uhl and Tod Ensign, p. 3
              3. Gays Will Be Hired by NYC by Jim Marko, p. 4
              4. Insulation Can Be Dangerous by Paul Shinoff, p. 4
              5. Do Mental Patients Have Rights? by Susan Abrams, p. 5
              6. Korean Bribery Plan Unveiled by Alan Berlow and John L. Moore, p. 6
              7. Canadian Clericals Form Union by Michelle Celarier, pp. 7-8
              8. Two South Africans From the Island by Hilda Bernstein, p. 9
              9. Chile's Public Health Is Failing Fast by Charles Rooney, p. 10
              10. Cambodia to Blame for Border War? by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
              11. God Save the Punks by David Hinton, pp. 12-13
              12. Free Speech and Popular Sovereignty, p. 14
              13. Letter, p. 15
              14. The Karman Turn by Pete Karman, p. 16
              15. Food and Development by Frances Moore Lappe and Joe Collins, p. 16
              16. Socialist Electoral Policy-'78 and Beyond by G. William Domhoff, p. 17
              17. World Hockey Assn. Still Kicking by Barry Codell, p. 18
              18. Sports Need Tension by Mark Naison, p. 19
              19. Sports after Capitalism? by Anita Diamant, p. 19
              20. Paul Jacobs by Saul Landau, p. 20
              21. Was Jacobs Victim of the AEC? by Eve Pell, p. 20
              22. Records: The Joy by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
              23. Records by John Kordalewski, p. 21
              24. [+]
                Films about Dancers, Classical and Pop by Lynn Garafola, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Saturday Night Fever (1977 Film) by John Badham
              25. [+]
                Prize-Winning Novel Explores the Black Experience in America, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison
              26. [+]
                A Modern Tower of (Psycho)Babel by Patrick Owens, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Psychobabble by Richard Dean Rosen
              27. Hit and Run Journalism by Robert Waite, p. 24
            4. [+]
              January 25, 1978 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. The CIA and the U.S. Press by James Aronson, p. 2
              2. Guns and Butter Hubert by Kenrick G. Kissell, p. 3
              3. Bella Abzug Wins N.Y. Nomination by Carol Polsky, p. 4
              4. Dawson Five Prosecution Dropped, p. 4
              5. Labor by David Moberg, p. 5
              6. Labor: Job Security Gains for Longshoremen by Dan Marschall, p. 5
              7. Study Evaluates Costs of Statehood by James Dietz, p. 6
              8. Puerto Ricans Returning to Island by Ronnie Lovler, p. 7
              9. Union at Stake in Electrical Strike by Ronnie Lovler, p. 7
              10. Limiting Private Lie Detector Use by Laura B. Weiss, p. 8
              11. West Germany's Rightward Lurch Casts New Shadow by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              12. Japan/U.S. by William Burr, p. 10
              13. Spain: Artists Strike for Free Speech by Amy Schwartz, p. 10
              14. Ethiopia, p. 11
              15. Background to War, p. 11
              16. Wild, Wild Horses by Chuck Fager, pp. 12-13
              17. An "Open Door" in South Africa, p. 14
              18. Letters, p. 15
              19. Black Agriculture in the Seventies, p. 16
              20. If You Think MAD Is Insane Consider What "First Strike" Will Mean by Sidney Lens, p. 16
              21. [+]
                Eurocommunism' and the State by Hugh Delacy, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
                1. Eurocommunism and the State by Santiago Carrillo
              22. New Danger for Elephant Seals by Burney J. Le Boeuf, p. 19
              23. Defense Key in Super Bowl by Mark Naison, p. 20
              24. [+]
                Review Heroes, by David Bowie by Bob Datz, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Heroes by David Bowie
              25. Review by Bob Datz, p. 21
              26.  ---  by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
              27. [+]
                Black Films Come of Age by Janet Stevenson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. A Hero Ain't Nothin' But A Sandwich by Alice Childress
              28. [+]
                Loser Eastwood Is a Winner by Ken Slavin, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Gauntlet (1977 Film) by Clint Eastwood
              29. [+]
                The Other Marx: Working Class Leader by Al Richmond, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Eleanor Marx by Yvonne Kapp
              30. [+]
                600,000 Americans by Karen Morrill, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Children in Jail by Thomas J. Cottle
              31. Gold Rush '78 by Donald Monkerud, p. 24
            5. [+]
              February 1, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. Down and Out in Washington and Winnebago by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Who'll Control the Party? by Rhodes Cook, p. 3
              3. How Oil Companies Avoid Taxes by Steven Schneider, p. 4
              4. North Carolina Governor Gives Little Help to Wilmington 10 Defendants by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              5. Rent Strike in Minneapolis by Sam Silver, p. 5
              6. Battle Brewing on Wiretapping by Alan Berlow, p. 5
              7. Subcontracting Imperils Public Workers by David Moberg, p. 6
              8. Who'll Decide Census Questions? by Carolyn Teague, p. 7
              9. Newark Struggling to Rebuild by Rufus Dabney and T.D. Allman, p. 8
              10. Carter Vetoes Eurocommunism by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              11. Lucky Jim Puts Out the Firemen by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
              12. Basque Nationals Take to Streets by Barbara Mann Franck, p. 10
              13. With the Eritrean PopularFront, p. 11
              14. While Rome Burns by Jane Hilowitz, pp. 12-13
              15. The Full Employment Shell Game, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. The Schoolboy View of the World Is Still the Establishment's Darling by Hans Koning, p. 16
              18. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              19. Anti-Socializing Our Resources by Richard B. Du Boff, pp. 17-18
              20. HEW Proposes Campaign against Teen Pregnancy by Michael Castleman, p. 19
              21. Duke and Chicago a Study in Choices by Barry Jacobs, p. 20
              22. Records by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
              23. Records:Rough Mix by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
              24. [+]
                Working Goes into Orbit by Janet Stevenson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Working by Studs Terkel
              25. [+]
                Blood Tie Blends East and West, Past and Present by Joe Heumann, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Blood Tie by Mary Lee Settle
              26. [+]
                Letters From a Wayward Girl by Peter Bohan, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Maimie Papers by Maimie Pinzer, Ruth Rosen, and Sue Davidson
              27. Life on a Sub by David Helvarg, p. 24
            6. [+]
              February 8, 1978 Issue = 30 Articles
              1. The Business of America Is...' by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Another Round at Pullman by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Akron May Try to Stop Abortions by Tim Butz, p. 4
              4. Mashpee Indians Lose by Judy Polumbaum, p. 4
              5. Candidate Carter's Pledges Scattered to the Wind by Howard Sherman, p. 5
              6. Reaganites Battle for GOP Power by Christopher Buchanan, p. 6
              7. Why Jesse Jackson Went to the GOP by Francis Ward, p. 6
              8. The Battle for Public Support by David M. Maxfield, p. 7
              9. Turmoil in the Teamsters, p. 8
              10. [+]
                Why Hoffa Had to Die, p. 8 - 1 Review
                1. Desperate Bargain by Lester Velie
              11. Third World Angry with Carter's False Promises by Bruce Vandervort, p. 9
              12. Popular Front Builds a State Within a State, p. 10
              13. Slain Editor May Undo Somoza's Rule by Blase Bonpane, p. 11
              14. Student Arrests Only the Beginning by John Hanrahan, p. 11
              15. Horton Hatches a Hope by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
              16. Look Who Is Kissinger Now, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. As Much a Matter of Power by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              19. Art for Art's Sake Is a Plea to Be Free of the Market by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 16
              20. Perspectives, p. 17
              21. Don's Blame It on Sigmund by Sidney Blumenthal, pp. 17-18
              22. FBI 'Asset' Goes to Moscow by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 19
              23. Harassment of Black Officials by Jason Berry, p. 19
              24. The Body Politic by Anita Diamant, p. 20
              25. Super Ads for the Super Bowl by Cary Goodman, p. 20
              26. Records by Josh Dunson, p. 21
              27. Chinese Collectives Paint Collectively, p. 22
              28. [+]
                A Modest Proposal for Ending Hunger by George Berger, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Food First by Frances Moore Lappe
              29. [+]
                Science Fiction Writers vs. War by Mildred Simon, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Study War No More by Joe W. Haldeman
              30. Listener-Backed Radio by Michael Wells, p. 24
            7. [+]
              February 15, 1978 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. Kurt Groenewold by Gwenda Linda Blair, p. 2
              2. Miner Agreement Not Likely by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. University Won't Sell Stock by John Fleming, p. 4
              4. Priorities Coalition Blasts Carter's Budget Requests by John Markoff and Chris Paine, p. 4
              5. Senate Finally Kills B-1 by John Markoff and Chris Paine, p. 4
              6. Nuclear Disaster Barely Avoided by Ernest Sternglass, p. 5
              7. Anti-satellite Programs in Full Swing by John Markoff and Chris Paine, p. 5
              8. Minnesota Farmers Fight Power Line Construction by Dave Woods, p. 6
              9. Bank Abuses under Scrutiny by Georg Zola, p. 7
              10. Solar Prospects Brighten by David Moberg, p. 8
              11. SolarCal by David Moberg, p. 8
              12. Jordan's Hussein Skeptical about Sadat Initiative by Geoffrey Aronson, p. 9
              13. Sadat Jails Noted Egyptian Poet by Bert Johanson, p. 9
              14. Spanish Women Suffer Setbacks by Amy Schwartz, p. 10
              15. A Tired Women's Organization Gets New Life by Jane Hilowitz, p. 10
              16. U.S. May Speed Historic Compromise by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
              17. Welcome to Ohio City by Dan Marschall, pp. 12-13
              18. Ten Years after, p. 14
              19. Letters, p. 15
              20. Permissiveness for Rich and Powerful in America by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
              21. Better Ways to Make Jobs Than by War Spending by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
              22. A Left Strategy against Inflation by Gar Alperovitz and Jeff Faux, pp. 17-18
              23. [+]
                Lessons From the Populists by Harry Boyte, p. 19 - 1 Review
                1. Democratic Promise by Lawrence Goodwyn
              24. The Richards Issue Settled on Its Merits by Janet Stevenson, p. 20
              25. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
              26. Love Transfusion by Carlo Wolff, p. 21
              27. Live/Encore by Joe Heumann, p. 21
              28. [+]
                The New Deal Dealt Them in by Michael Ebner, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the City Bosses by Lyle W. Dorsett
              29. [+]
                A Major Studio Film on the War That Still Isn't, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Boys in Company C (1978 Film) by Sidney J. Furie
              30. A People's-Eye-View of the Revolution by Doug Honig, p. 23
              31. Born Again Media by Chuck Fager, p. 24
            8. [+]
              February 22, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. The $64 Billion Question by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Nader's Ups and Downs by Chuck Fager, p. 3
              3. Oil Companies Lose Tax Credit but Not for Another Year by Georg Zola, p. 4
              4. Coal Negotiations Still at Impasse by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. New Sweatshops in California by Lisa Schlein, p. 5
              6. Teamster Leaders Sued by Dan Marschall, p. 6
              7. Arizona Indians Fight for Water by Tom Barry, p. 6
              8. Crisis Brewing over Water by Rasa Gustaitis, pp. 7-8
              9. Italian Fascists Bomb Their Way to Legality by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              10. Barcelona's Ex-Mayor Assassinated by Amy Schwartz, p. 9
              11. In Chile, No One Talks to Strangers by Anne Maria Mergier, p. 10
              12. Nicaraguan Priest Joins the Guerillas by Gasper Garcia Laviana, p. 10
              13. The New Indian Regime Must Deliver by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
              14. Jimmy the Baptist by Richard Shaull, pp. 12-13
              15. Coal Miners, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. You Are What You Don't Eat by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 16
              18. SALT Talks Don't End Armaments They Maintain a Balance of Terror by Ethal Taylor, p. 16
              19. Democracy's Defense Means Capitalism's End by Herman Rosenstein and Arthur H. Landis, pp. 17-18
              20. [+]
                Voices of Vietnam Veterans by Donald Venes, p. 19 - 1 Review
                1. Demilitarized Zones by Jan Barry and W.D. Ehrhart
              21. Tom McGrath, a Political Poet by W.D. Ehrhart, pp. 20-21
              22. [+]
                Blue Collar Powerful Stuff by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Blue Collar (1978 Film) by Paul Schrader
              23. [+]
                Kurosawa's Epic of the Arctic by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Dersu Uzala by Akira Kurosawa, Maxim Munzik, Yuri Solomon, and Yuri Nagibin, ...
              24. Records: I'm Ready by Cary Baker, p. 23
              25. Records: Back Roads by Ed Schoenfeld, p. 23
              26. Manure Power! by Joan Nice, p. 24
            9. [+]
              March 1, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. Presidents Are the Problem by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Search for a California Coalition by Chuck Sherman, p. 3
              3. Labor Must Decide Priorities on Energy Says Commoner, p. 4
              4. Regional Energy Plan Stirs Controversy in Northwest by David Mathiason, p. 4
              5. Prisons by Marc Levinson, p. 5
              6. Thatcher Casts Racist Shadow Over Coming Vote by Mervyn Jones, p. 6
              7. Europe by Thomas Conrad, p. 7
              8. Portugal Gets New Government by Kathleen Schwartzman, p. 7
              9. Japan by Phil Hill, p. 8
              10. Coal Winter by Dan Marschall, p. 9
              11. The Talks by Dan Marschall, p. 10
              12. UMW Still Subject to Lewis Legacy by Edgar James, p. 11
              13. The Rise and Fall of The Cation's Best Health Plan by Curtis Seltzer, pp. 12-13
              14. Danger Is a Way of Life in Low Coal by Matt Witt, p. 14
              15. Should Coal Production Be Upped? by David Moberg, p. 15
              16. Striking for Democracy, p. 16
              17. Letters, p. 17
              18. Newark by Patrick Morrissy, p. 17
              19. Is Economic Democracy a California Dandelion? by Sidney Lens, p. 18
              20. Naison by Mark Naison, p. 19
              21. Ali, the Greatest, Goes Down to Challenger Spinks by Joe Heumann, pp. 19-20
              22. [+]
                Another Old-Fashioned Sit-Com by Don Venes, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Goodbye Girl (1977 Film) by Herbert Ross
              23. Documentary on Gay Liberation by Rhoda Beck, p. 21
              24. Music: Musician-In-Exile Expresses His People's Aspirations in Jazz by John Kordalewski, p. 22
              25. [+]
                Review 25 Years of Recorded Comedy~~Twenty-Five Years... by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. 25 Years of Recorded Comedy~~Twenty-Five Years of Recorded Comedy (1978 Film) by Warner Brothers
              26.  ---  by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 23
              27. Gonna Getcha Every Time' by Barry Codell, p. 24
            10. [+]
              March 8, 1978 Issue = 30 Articles
              1. From Washington with Gloom and Confusion by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Mining Women Stand Firm by Deborah M. Baker, p. 3
              3. Uncertain Fate for Settlement of Longest Mine Strike by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              4. New Regulations Attack Improper Sterilizations by Lauren Crawford, Jenny Knauss, and Kathy Mallin, p. 4
              5. Teaching Hospitals Violate Guidelines, p. 4
              6. Women Defend Their Communities by Stephanie Twin, p. 5
              7. Focus on Women, p. 6
              8. Field Folds News by David Moberg, p. 7
              9. Israel Seeks a Special Deal from U.S. by Gidion Eshet, p. 8
              10. PLO Holds Out for Arab Realignment by Geoffrey Aronson, p. 8
              11. Italy: PCI Union Chief Will Trade Layoffs for Union Power by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              12. France by Carl Weiner, p. 10
              13. The Big Three Plus the Glant Two by Carol Becker and Janet Stevenson, p. 11
              14. Cosmo-Politan - Soft-Core Porn in Two Languages by Lynn Garafola, p. 12
              15. Vogue Moves the Clothes from Hangers to Bodies by P. Hertel, p. 12
              16. Confessions Turn to Assertive-Ness Training by Kate Ellis, p. 13
              17. A Selected List of Women's Movement Publications by Torie Osborn, p. 14
              18. Women Take the Lead, p. 15
              19. Letters, p. 16
              20. I Know a Woman by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
              21. When a King Is Not King by Manning Marable, p. 17
              22. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 18
              23. Can There Be a New Deal for the Old? by Dave Wood, p. 19
              24. Body the Politic by Anita Diamant, p. 20
              25. Protests Mount Over Nashville Davis Matches by Craig T. Canan, pp. 20-21
              26. [+]
                The New East German Women by Edith Anderson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Guten Morgen, Du Schoene by Maxie Wander
              27. [+]
                Women in Filmmaking by Joe Heumann, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Women and the Cinema by Karyn Kay and Gerald Peary
              28. [+]
                Sixties Women Short-Changed by John Judis, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Loose Change (1978 Film) by Jules Irving
              29. Records by Karen Morrill, p. 23
              30. Lesbian Mother by Jane Melnick, p. 24
            11. [+]
              March 15, 1978 Issue = 29 Articles
              1. Carter against the Miners by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Big Changes in Big Coal by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. Carter Takes tough Line to End Strike by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              4. Support Grows for Miners by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. A Gay Rights Bill for New York City by Josh Martin, p. 5
              6. No Wisconsin Nuke for Minnesota Company by Thomas Galazen, p. 5
              7. Public Money for House Races? by Georg Zola, p. 6
              8. Rights Violated in Charlotte Case by Bob McMahon, p. 7
              9. Smith's Settlement Gives Whites Veto by Robert A. Manning, p. 8
              10. France by Jim Cohen, p. 9
              11. Communists Winning Factory Vote by Barbara Mann Franck, p. 9
              12. Japan by Phil Hill, p. 10
              13. CIA Mk-Ultra by Sidney Blumenthal, pp. 11-12
              14. Massacre by Karen Wynn, p. 13
              15. The Informer by Ken Cummins, p. 14
              16. Carter Joins Offensive against UMW, p. 15
              17. Letters, p. 16
              18. Doing Something about It by Alvah Bessie, p. 17
              19. You Can't Kill a Culture Like You Can Kill a Union by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 17
              20. Neither Cop-Out Nor Cuckoo by Derek Shearer, p. 18
              21. Another WSP View of SALT by Edith Villastrigo, p. 18
              22. (Off the Record) by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, pp. 19-20
              23. [+]
                Review Weekend in L.A., by George Benson by Joe Heumann, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Weekend in L.A. by George Benson
              24. Review by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
              25. [+]
                Funny, Sad, Exciting Film for the Family by Jessica Reichert, Leigh Moran, and Janet Stevenson, ..., p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Casey's Shadow (1978 Film) by Martin Ritt
              26. [+]
                One More Helpless Heroine by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Lacemaker by Claude Goretta and Pascal Laine
              27. [+]
                War Through the Eyes of the Media Men by Carol Lopate, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Dispatches by Michael Herr
              28. [+]
                What Lit Up the Lives of the Old American Left by Maurice Isserman, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Romance of American Communism by Vivian Gornick
              29. Fair Is Fair and Foul Is Foul by Lester Rodney, p. 24
            12. [+]
              March 22, 1978 Issue = 28 Articles
              1. Zimbabwe by Helen Hopps, p. 2
              2. Miners Get Third Contract by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. America's Most Dangerous Job by Steven Schneider, p. 3
              4. Environmentalists Back Labor by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. University of Chicago Agrees to Affirmative Action by John Fleming, p. 4
              6. Fishermen Take On the Navy by Ronnie Lovler, p. 5
              7. J. P. Stevens' Day Will Come by Emma Lee, p. 6
              8. Stevens Shifts Stockholder Meeting But Workers Won't Be Shut Out by Steve Hoffius, p. 7
              9. Communists Score Pyrrhic Victory in French Vote by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
              10. The Brazilian Model Becomes Unglued by Bruce Vandervort, p. 9
              11. Tories Put Racism on Political Agenda by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
              12. Does Low-Level Radiation Kill? by Doyle Niemann, p. 11
              13. Uncovering Nuclear Cancer by Richard Pollock, pp. 12-13
              14. Officials Try to Silence Researcher by James A. Millstone, p. 14
              15. Just How Much Is Too Much by James A. Millstone, p. 15
              16. Human Guinea Pigs by Tod Ensign and Michael Uhl, p. 15
              17. Socialism in Their TIME, p. 16
              18. The Miners' Challenge to Business as Usual, p. 16
              19. Letters, p. 17
              20. Sectional Rivalries Affect a Wide Range of Issues by Paul Booth, p. 18
              21. Dialog by Woody Widrow, p. 18
              22. Let's Cross That 't' When We Come to It by Martin Chancey, pp. 19-20
              23. Records by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 21
              24. [+]
                Search for Something Special by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. A Special Day by Ruggero Maccari, Ettore Scola, and Maurizio Costanzo, ...
              25. [+]
                Soggy Saga of the Sea Bottom by Donald Venes, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Gray Lady Down (1978 Film) by David Greene
              26. [+]
                Eco-Babble Amidst the Eco-Technology by E.P. Stevenson, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
                1. Living with Energy by Ronald Alves and Charles Milligan
                2. Home Energy How-To by A.J. Hand
              27. [+]
                Poor People's Foreign Cooking Can Get Be Very Expensive by Hannah Solomon, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Peoples' Cookbook by Huguette Couffignal and James Kardon
              28. It's an Old Saw But Music to the Ears by David Helvarg, p. 24
            13. [+]
              March 29, 1978 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. New Right's Lyon Roars in Rockford by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Tired, But Still on the Line by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. A Step for Humphrey-Hawkins by Bonnie Potter, p. 4
              4. Alabama Activist Fights for His Life by Bonnie Potter, p. 4
              5. Protests Greet Davis Cup Games by Craig T. Canan, p. 5
              6. NYC Still Teeters on the Edge by Josh Martin, p. 6
              7. Transit Workers Threaten Strike by Philip Mattera, p. 6
              8. Brown Lung Victims Want Action by Bob McMahon, p. 7
              9. Arson Destroys Brown Lung Clinic by Bob McMahon, p. 7
              10. Carter Lies about Arms Sales by Christopher Paine and John Markoff, p. 8
              11. Back to the Ghetto and into the Soup for French Left by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              12. U.S. vs. Europe Dominates Trade Talks by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              13. Begin May Finally Have Gone Too Far by David Mandel, p. 11
              14. The 50's and the 60's by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
              15. PLO & Israel Are on No-Win Treadmill, p. 14
              16. Red Brigade Helps Italian Ruling Class, p. 14
              17. Soviets Defile Selves by Denying Rights, p. 14
              18. Letters, p. 15
              19. A Step or Two towards a Proper Urban Policy by Paul Booth, p. 16
              20. Capitalism, Not Just the Military, Is Depleting Our Economy and Society by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
              21. A Reckless Gamble Disrupts French Left by Bogdan Denitch, p. 17
              22. [+]
                Politics: A Searchingly Self-Critical Account of the American Communist Experience by James Weinstein, p. 18 - 1 Review
                1. The Autobiography of an American Communist by Peggy Dennis
              23. [+]
                How the U.S. Wrought World Monetary Chaos, p. 18 - 1 Review
                1. The Origins of International Economic Disorder by Fred L. Block
              24. [+]
                Books: Fascinating and Repulsive Details of Predatory Power's Rape of NYC by David Mermelstein, p. 19 - 1 Review
                1. The Abuse of Power by Jack Newfield and Paul DuBrul
              25. Fiction by David Mermelstein, p. 20
              26. [+]
                Books: Rachel and Her Creator Are Just as Bourgeois as the Neighbors After All by Pamela Feinsilber, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Rachel, the Rabbi's Wife by Silvia Tennenbaum
              27. [+]
                Books: The Women's Liberation Movement Is the Central Source of Suspense by Barbara Garson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Burning Questions by Alix Kates Shulman
              28. Books by Barbara Garson, p. 23
              29. [+]
                Non-Fiction: A Brave New Venture in the Tradition of Haldeman Julius's Little Blue Books by J.S., p. 23 - 3 Reviews
                1. Longshoring on the San Francisco Water Front by Reg Theriault
                2. Steelmill Blues by Steve Packard
                3. Labor Law for the Rank and Filer by Staughton Lynd
              30. [+]
                Most Ambitious Upfront Political Comic in Years by Paul Buhle, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Cover-Up Lowdown by Jay Kinney and Paul Mavrides
              31. Books: Great Soviet Goalie on Hockey as It Is Played There and Here by Gary Kulik, p. 24
          2. [+]
            Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1978 = 13 Issues, 352 Articles
            1. [+]
              April 5, 1978 Issue = 30 Articles
              1. House Balks at IMF Bank Bailout by Howard M. Wachtel and Michael Moffitt, p. 2
              2. Cities by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Toss-Up for ERA in Illinois by Jane Melnick, p. 4
              4. Chicago Machine Remains Strong after Daley by Steve Askin, p. 4
              5. Labor: Contract Vote Ends Mine Strike by Dan Marschall, p. 5
              6. Energy by David Moberg, p. 6
              7. Cities by Dan Marschall, p. 6
              8. Labor: Corporate Ties to Stevens under Fire by Bob McMahon, p. 7
              9. White House Interfered with Grant by Barry M. Hager, p. 7
              10. Nuclear Power by John Harris, p. 8
              11. Court Hears Challenge to Nuclear Liability Act by Bob McMahon, p. 8
              12. Israel Was Looking to Invade Lebanon by A.J. Kfoury and Paul Saba, p. 9
              13. Afterthoughts on the French Election by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
              14. Honduran Troops Aiding Somoza by Blase Bonpane, p. 10
              15. Court Imperils a Danish Free City by John Lamperti, p. 11
              16. A Reporter in Havana by Stephen Kinzer, pp. 12-13
              17. On the One Hand Give Them All Jobs..., p. 14
              18. Rank and File Miners Need Leaders Too, p. 14
              19. Letters, p. 15
              20. Labor and Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              21. From the Grassroots by Manning Marable, p. 16
              22. Political Solution Needed for Labor Pensions, Health by Frank Emspak, pp. 17-18
              23. Rebels All by Victor N. Paananen, p. 19
              24. Sports by Rich Klimmer, p. 20
              25. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
              26. Records by Joseph Stevenson, p. 21
              27. Television by Pamela Feinsilber, p. 22
              28. [+]
                Movies: A Fine New Film about Love and Loneliness by Donald Venes, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. An Unmarried Woman (1978 Film) by Paul Mazursky
              29. [+]
                Bergman's Achievement: Hermetically Sealed Despair by Barry Brennan, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Serpent's Egg (1978 Film) by Ingmar Bergman
              30. Paul Krassner on the Very Zen Art of Hustling a Porn King by Leslie Goldberg and Michael Goldberg, p. 24
            2. [+]
              April 12, 1978 Issue = 29 Articles
              1. Turning Left, with Caution by John Judis, p. 2
              2. County' Patients Fight for Hospital against Cutbacks by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Experiments Tie Jobs to Military by Randall Risener, p. 4
              4. Portland Activist Appeals Conviction by Lee Penn, p. 4
              5. Labor: Labor Center Stirs N.C. Fight by Frank Adams, p. 5
              6. Civil Liberties by Liz Price, p. 5
              7. Legislation by Evan Hendricks, p. 6
              8. Cities by Jack Metzgar, p. 7
              9. School Children Learn to Sell Pepsi, p. 8
              10. Labor: Seattle Auto Trades on Strike by Henry Gordon, p. 8
              11. N.C. Labor Center by Frank Adams, p. 8
              12. The Making of a Superpower by David Milton, p. 9
              13. Presidential Choice Splits Government by Gidion Eshet, p. 10
              14. A Palestinian Boy Beaten for Slogans by Livia Rokach, p. 10
              15. Special Report from Northern Ireland by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
              16. One Night Stand, pp. 12-13
              17. He's Gone about as Far as He Can Go, p. 14
              18. When the Prices Go Up Up Up, p. 14
              19. Letters, p. 15
              20. Whatever Happened to Sisterhood? by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              21. To Hell in a Hand Basket by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
              22. Socialist Strategy Needs Unromantic Realism by Harry C. Boyte, p. 17
              23. Cloning by Ted Howard and Jeremy Rifkin, p. 18
              24. Rorvik Defends Book by David Rorvik, pp. 19-20
              25. [+]
                House Calls Fails to Leave Him Laughing by Donald Venes, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. House Calls (1978 Film) by Howard Zieff
              26. [+]
                Censored African Film Shown by Mac Margolis, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Ceddo by Ousmane Sembene
              27. Who Establishes the Establishment in American Art? by Richard K., p. 22
              28. Malvina Reynolds 1901-1978 " Some Sort of Miracle" by Al Richmond, p. 23
              29. [+]
                God Makes a Home Movie by Louis Menashe, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Renaldo and Clara (1976 Film) by Bob Dylan
            3. [+]
              April 19, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. New Right Wins Battle of Ideas by John Judis, p. 2
              2. U.S./Chile by Saul Landau, p. 3
              3. Middle Managers Are Unhappy by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              4. McDonald's Workers Consider Unionizing by Tom Young and Paul Engleman, p. 4
              5. Labor: Setbacks for Farah Workers Union by Laurie Coyle, Emily Honig, and Gail Hershatter, p. 5
              6. Labor: Transit Workers May Reject NY Pact by George Carrano and Jonathan Fisher, p. 6
              7. Arms Sales by Bob McMahon, p. 6
              8. Cities by John Grady, p. 7
              9. Labor: Unionists Launch Campaign for Shorter Work Week by David Moberg, p. 8
              10. Carter Looking for a Way of Breaking Mideast Stalemate, p. 9
              11. The Red Brigades Are Ransoming Off Italy's Hopes for a Socialist Future by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
              12. Warsaw an Interview with a Survivor by Norman Finkelstein, pp. 12-13
              13. Orange Light for Neutron Bomb, p. 14
              14. Dems Are Nixon on Press Freedom, p. 14
              15. A Philadelphia Organization Is Leading the Movement for Jobs by Jack Clark, p. 15
              16. Attack on Mandatory Retirement Part of Quest for New Efficiency by William Graebner, p. 16
              17. Ah, Spring Is Here Again... When Young Minds Turn to Marx by Nancy Lieber, p. 16
              18. A Moralistic Left Makes Enemies of the People by Bill Smoot, pp. 17-18
              19. Mother Jones Pushes the Outer Limits by David Moberg, p. 19
              20. Look to Philly for Next NBA Champs by Mark Naison, p. 20
              21. Cultural Center Faces Eviction by Tim Reagan, p. 21
              22. Farm Workers Issue an Album by Bob Datz, p. 21
              23. [+]
                Opposing Testimony in the Case That Never Seems to Die by Elizabeth Faragoh, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Boston by Upton Sinclair
              24. [+]
                Maysles Film Preserves Running Fence by Josh Martin, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Running Fence (1978 Film) by Albert Maysles, David Maysles, and Charlotte Zwerin, ...
              25. [+]
                Hoffman Goes Straight But Film Wanders by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The People of the Abyss by Jack London
              26. Rites of Winter by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 24
            4. [+]
              April 26, 1978 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Musical Chairs by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Once Racist, Now Populist, Tom Turnipseed Takes on S. Carolina by John Norton, p. 3
              3. The Arms Budget Is Challenged by Brad Karkkainen, p. 4
              4. N.Y. Ban on Nuclear Shipments Upheld by Susan Lynne Berger, p. 4
              5. Civil Wrongs by Ken Cummins, p. 5
              6. There's Gonna Be a Showdown, p. 6
              7. In Rocky Flats, Colorado by Timothy Lange, p. 6
              8. In Barnwell, S. Carolina by Bob McMahon, pp. 6-7
              9. U.S./Chile by Jeffrey Stein, p. 8
              10. Net Closing on Letelier Killers by John T. Alves and Saul Landau, p. 8
              11. Pounds Outweigh Plutonium Danger by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
              12. New Budget Reflects Dim View of World Economy by Mervyn Jones, pp. 9-10
              13. The Press Czar Defends Bloody History by Connie Paige, p. 11
              14. U.S. Officials Deny Deception on Aid by Lenny Siegel, p. 11
              15. When the (Bleep) Hits the Fans by Jim Ford, pp. 12-13
              16. The Old Politics Can't Beat Inflation, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. Corporate Sabotage in the Battle against Industrial Cancer by Samuel Epstein, pp. 16-18
              19. Watch Boston and Montreal in NHL Playoffs by Gary Kulik, p. 19
              20. Chicago's Voice of Labor Is No More by Paul Gregor and Jack Burden, p. 19
              21. Music Punk Folk Rock & All That Jazz by Michael S. Kimmel, pp. 20-23
              22. [+]
                Rock & Roll Is Here to Pay-To the Tune of $4 Billion by David Helvarg, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Rock 'N' Roll Is Here to Pay by Steve Chapple and Robert Garofalo
            5. [+]
              May 3, 1978 Issue = 24 Articles
              1. The Hidden Stakes in Indochina by Lowell Finley, p. 2
              2. Citizen/Labor Coalition Takes on 'Big Energy' Coalition by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Congress Examines Utility Spying by Seth Derish, p. 4
              4. Vietnam Spy Case Will Raise Serious Constitutional Issue by Jeffrey Stein, p. 5
              5. Israelis Press for New Peace Move by Gidion Eshet, p. 6
              6. [+]
                "Third World" Myths: Populist Nationalism Submerges Socialism by Richard L. Sklar, p. 6 - 1 Review
                1. Revolution in the Third World by Gerard Chaliand
              7. Swedish Social Democracy Heads beyond Welfare State by John D. Stephens, p. 7
              8. New Law Aborts Women's Rights by Tom Appleton, p. 8
              9. Who'll Own the Sun? by David Moberg, pp. 9-10
              10. A Solar Energy Package by Marla B. Korchmar, p. 11
              11. Solar Technology by Jim Kendell, David Kriebel, and Robert Scott, p. 12
              12. Our Choice Will Determine the Future by Jim Kendell, p. 13
              13. The Amazing Potential of Biomass Energy by Stephen Schneider, p. 14
              14. California's Solarcal Program Takes Shape by Chuck Sherman, p. 15
              15. Solar Energy and Socialist Power, p. 16
              16. Letters, p. 17
              17. For a Socialism That Works by Leland Stauber, p. 18
              18. A Contest of Hopes and Dreams by Donald Venes and W.D. Ehrhart, p. 19
              19. Accentuate the Negative Eliminate the Positive by Hal Aigner, p. 20
              20. [+]
                David vs. Agribusiness Goliath by Peter Bohan, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Unsettling of American by Wendell Berry
              21. Holocaust by David Mandel, p. 22
              22. High Marks for Holocaust by Stan Brody, p. 22
              23. The New Lou Reed and a New British Rocker by P. Hertel, p. 23
              24. [+]
                Highly Polished, But Still Very Obscure by Donald Venes, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. That Obscure Object of Desire (1977 Film) by Luis Bunuel
            6. [+]
              May 10, 1978 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. Yasir Arafat Blames the U.S. by John Judis, p. 2
              2. David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Southerners March on Barnwell Plant by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              4. Thousands Protest at Rocky Flats by Timothy Lange, p. 4
              5. Tower Tragedy Highlights Daily Danger by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              6. American Indicted in Letelier Killing by John T. Alves, p. 5
              7. Consortium Successfully Mines Seabed by Chuck Fager, p. 5
              8. Gay Rights Voted Down in St. Paul by Dave Wood, p. 5
              9. It's Time for a Public Health Service by Joyce Goldstein, p. 6
              10. Socialized Medicine Comes to One Illinois Community by Jolene Babyak, p. 7
              11. 1199: For Dignity and Justice by Dan Marschall, p. 8
              12. Legalized Unions Launch Strike Wave by Barbara Mann Franck, p. 9
              13. Weizman Stirs Hope in West Bank by Gidion Eshet, p. 9
              14. Grey Wolves Stalk Turkey's Streets by Christopher Paine, p. 10
              15. Racist National Front Defeated by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
              16. Manley Regime Moves Right under Economic Pressures by Richard Hayes, p. 11
              17. Weeding Workers by Douglas Zoloth Foster, p. 12
              18. Farmworkers Tackle Mechanization by Sam Kushner, p. 13
              19. Keeping Them Down on the Farm, p. 14
              20. Letters, p. 15
              21. [+]
                Communists' CIO Organizing Role by Ronald Radosh, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. Labor and Communism by Bert Cochran
              22. For a Socialism That Works, pp. 17-18
              23. Action Needed to Control Colleges by Mark Naison, p. 19
              24. Making History More Accessible by Staughton Lynd, p. 19
              25. [+]
                Unknown Works by Well-Known Women by J.S., p. 20 - 2 Reviews
                1. Work by Louisa May Alcott
                2. Woman and Labour by Olive Schreiner
              26. [+]
                Lost Novels about Real American Heroines by Linda Greene, p. 20 - 2 Reviews
                1. Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska
                2. Daughter of the Hills by Myra Page, Deborah Silverton Rosenfelt, and Paul Lauter, ...
              27. [+]
                Mary Beard's Flawed Legacy to Feminists by Frances W. Herring, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Mary Ritter Beard: A Sourcebook by Ann J. Lane and Mary Ritter Beard
              28. [+]
                Woman Since She Got up on Her Own Two Feet by Carol Becker, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Underside of History by Elise Boulding
              29. [+]
                Documentary History of Women in the U.S. by Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Female Experience by Gerda Lerner
              30. [+]
                A Model for the Other States to Match by J.S., p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Nyclu Guide to Women's Rights in New York State by Eve Cary
              31. [+]
                Farce Premises Farce Promises by Janet Stevenson, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                1. Rabbit Test (1978 Film) by Joan Rivers and Jay Redack
                2. I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978 Film) by Robert Zemeckis
            7. [+]
              May 17, 1978 Issue = 28 Articles
              1. The Trials of Sophie by Nicholas Carbone, p. 2
              2. Carter Pushes Gas Bonanza by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Culinary Workers Oust Union Boss by Jeff Johnson, p. 4
              4. Power Struggle in Teamster Union by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. Farmworkers Move into Citrus by Sam Kushner, p. 5
              6. Alternative Technology Center Director Fired by Jim Robbins, p. 5
              7. President's Plan Full of Holes, p. 6
              8. Congress Examines Use of Drugs in Childbirth by Chuck Fager, p. 6
              9. Breeder Battle Brews in Capitol by Chuck Fager, p. 7
              10. Hospital Workers Union Expands Its Influence by Dan Marschall, p. 8
              11. Post-Vote Debate Stirs Communist, Socialist Parties by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              12. Spirited Debate Stirs Communists Socialists, p. 10
              13. A Mini World War, p. 11
              14. Lebanon, p. 12
              15. A Liberal or A Fascist Party?, pp. 12-13
              16. Defending Israel and Palestine, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. After the Roast Chicken, p. 16
              19. Ehrenreich's Corner by Barbara Ehrenreich, p. 17
              20. St. Paul Gay Rights Repeal a Danger Signal by Joshua Dressler, p. 17
              21. For a Socialism That Works by Leland Stauber, p. 18
              22. Everyone's a Hero in the Big Race by Anita Diamant, pp. 19-20
              23. The New Arbiters of Public Art by Terry Trucco, p. 21
              24. [+]
                A Beautiful, Disturbing Film by Mark H. Lazerson, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Coming Home (1978 Film) by Hal Ashby
              25. [+]
                The Literature of a New Revolutionary Unity by Ronald D. Cohen, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Victim As Criminal and Artist by H. Bruce Franklin
              26. [+]
                An Introduction to the America We Don't Know by David Szonyi, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Latin Americans by Carlos Rangel
              27. [+]
                Rostow's Recipe for Capitalist Preserves by Edward Greer, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Getting from Here to There by W.W. Rostow
              28. Oakland's White Elephants by Barry Codell, p. 24
            8. [+]
              May 24, 1978 Issue = 33 Articles
              1. We Don't Have Any Rights ...' by John Judis, p. 2
              2. UN Takes Up Disarmament at Special Session by Patrick Lacefield, p. 3
              3. Demonstrations Planned for Session by Patrick Lacefield, p. 3
              4. Investigations Uncover Spy Firm by Jeffrey Stein, p. 4
              5. Downed Supersonic Transport May Fly Once Again, p. 4
              6. Protests Target Campus Investments, p. 5
              7. Kodak Decides to Stay in South Africa, p. 5
              8. Defenders of the Hopi Way Make a Stand at Oraibi by Tom Barry, p. 6
              9. Native Sovereignty under Attack in Congress by Tom Barry, p. 7
              10. Navajos Win Concessions from Oil Companies by Tom Barry, p. 7
              11. Rush to Judgment in Oklahoma by E.N. Earley, p. 8
              12. The Red Brigade's Macabre Parody by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              13. Conservatives Make Harsh Changes by Doug Smith, p. 10
              14. Soccer Cup Games Used to Expose Regime by Juan Rodriguez, p. 10
              15. Hit Development Bank by John Bowman, p. 10
              16. South Africa's War against SWAPO by Robert Manning, p. 11
              17. Is F.I.S.T. for Real?, pp. 12-13
              18. The Red Brigades, p. 14
              19. Meany's Rejection of Wage Restraint, p. 14
              20. Letters, p. 15
              21. From the Grassroots by Manning Marable, p. 16
              22. [+]
                Can Multinationals Be Beneficial? by Scott R. Bowman, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. Storm over the Multinationals by Raymond Vernon
              23. Will the Clamshell Open or Close? by Marty Jezer, p. 17
              24. Petrol & Palestine, p. 18
              25. [+]
                Cheating Scandals Destroyed Illusions by Leonard Quart, p. 19 - 1 Review
                1. The Game They Played by Stanley Cohen
              26. [+]
                Law Is an Instrument of Change as Well as Order by Bill Blum, p. 19 - 1 Review
                1. Law and the Rise of Capitalism by Michael E. Tigar and Madeleine R. Levy
              27. Theodorakis, 'The Voice of Conscience' by Janet Stevenson, p. 20
              28. [+]
                Records by Paul Gregor, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town by Emmylou Harris
              29. [+]
                Pretty Baby Is Nice But Pretty Short on Substance by P. Hertel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Pretty Baby (1978 Film) by Louis Malle
              30. [+]
                The Filthy Rich Are Also Filthy by Max Powell, Jr., p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Greek Tycoon (1978 Film) by J. Lee Thompson
              31. [+]
                Arguments for a Palestinian State by Joseph Gerson, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. War or Peace in the Middle East by Peggy Duff
              32. [+]
                How It All Comes Together in the Times by Pamela Feinsilber, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Thinking Big by Robert Gottlieb and Irene Wolt
              33. Acid Rain by Barry Sulpor, p. 24
            9. [+]
              May 31, 1978 Issue = 29 Articles
              1. Zolton Ferency by John Judis, p. 2
              2. California Tax Initiative May Be a Public Disaster by Michael Berkowitz, p. 3
              3. Baby Eagle Ensnarled in Red Tape by Chuck Fager, p. 4
              4. Right-to-Lifers Gaining in Abortion Fight by Art Goldberg, p. 4
              5. Jury Hands Down Guilty Verdict in Vietnam Spy Case by Jack Colhoun, p. 5
              6. Labor Law Battle Intensifies by Dan Marschall, p. 6
              7. Victims Lobby for Labor Law Reforms by Dan Marschall, p. 7
              8. Black Mayor Heralds Change for New Orleans by Bill Rushton, p. 8
              9. Dominican Military Seizes Ballot Boxes by Alan Howard, p. 9
              10. U.S. Buys Friends with Jet Plane Sales by A.J. Kfoury and Paul Saba, p. 10
              11. More Skeletons in Pinochet's Closet by Saul Landau, p. 11
              12. Two Largest Socialist Parties Merge, May Soon Become Governing Party by Kenrick G. Kissell, p. 11
              13. Another Frontier Another Tyranny by William Appleman Williams, pp. 12-13
              14. Jarvis-Gann Smashes the State, p. 14
              15. Ferency Takes Dilemma by the Horns, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. SNF: Boon for Disco Music But Bad News for Women by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              18. Child Rearing Biases Dressed Up as Truth by Herbert A. Schreier, M.D., p. 16
              19. Does Socialism Fit in the Market? by John H. Brown, p. 17
              20. A High Level Apostate from Pluralist Consensus by Richard L. Sklar, pp. 17-18
              21. Bessie Sayet Remains a Survivor by Larry Bush, p. 19
              22. [+]
                Babe Was Only Human by Ronald Alden, p. 20 - 1 Review
                1. Babe Ruth and the American Dream by Ken Sobol
              23. It's Not Like It Used to Be by Louis Kampf, p. 20
              24. [+]
                A Melodrama of Substance by Janet Stevenson, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Mr. Klein by Franco Solinas
              25. A Band Like Geronimo's by Dede Feldman, p. 22
              26. Two Folk Musicians with a Lot to Say by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 22
              27. [+]
                Crime Does Pay-Better Than Most Jobs Open to Ghetto Kids by Elliott Currie, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Assault with a Deadly Weapon by John Allen, Diane Hall Kelly, and Philip Heymann, ...
              28. [+]
                Surely Goodness and Mercy ... by Jeffrey Gillenkirk, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. On Moral Fiction by John C. Gardner
              29. Donut War! by David Helvarg, p. 24
            10. [+]
              June 7, 1978 Issue = 29 Articles
              1. Quebec's Path to Independence by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Who'll Pay in Inflation Fight? by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. Anti-Gay Tide Not Turned in Eugene by Stefan Ostrach, p. 4
              4. AIM Activist Freed After Year-Long Trial by Michael Curtin, p. 4
              5. Second Try Brings Arrests at Trident by Dean Patton, p. 4
              6. OSHA Is a Life and Death Matter at Olin Plant by Chip Hughes and Len Stanley, p. 5
              7. Supreme Court Makes OSHA's Job More Difficult by Tom Young, p. 5
              8. Challenge to New Right in N.C. by Bob McMahon, p. 6
              9. Transportation by Josh Martin, p. 7
              10. Whistleblowing Is Still Risky by Christy Macy, p. 8
              11. Mobutu Regime Crumbles by Galen Hull, p. 9
              12. Western Press Peddles Stereotypes by Galen Hull, p. 9
              13. Tunisia by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              14. Britain by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
              15. Izzy Stone from Outcast to Institution by Derek Shearer, pp. 12-13
              16. High Court's Unwarranted Warrants, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. To Prevent Nuclear Holocaust We Need to Think the Unthinkable by Carol S. Wolman, p. 16
              19. Ain't Misbehavin' - Exercise in White Nostalgia by Hans Koning, p. 16
              20. Urban Conflicts Transforming the Class Conflict by Peter Marcuse, pp. 17-18
              21. Good as Gold by Sidney Blumenthal and Danny Schechter, p. 19
              22. There Is No Escape from Racial Awareness in the Playing of the Game by Mark Naison, p. 20
              23.  ---  by Joe Heumann, p. 21
              24.  ---  by Ron Sakolsky, p. 21
              25. [+]
                Surrealism: Is It Now or Has It Ever Been Revolutionary? by Paul Buhle, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. What Is Surrealism? by Andre Breton and Franklin Rosemont
              26. How to Save What's Left of Your Health by J.S., p. 22
              27. [+]
                Madame Rosa, Perfect Vehicle for a Great French Actress by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Madame Rosa (1977 Film) by Moshe Mizrahi
              28. [+]
                Still Waiting for the Victory of the People by Harry C. Boyte, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. A Common Man's Courage by John de Graaf and Jim Mulligan
              29. Shoelaces by Tom Johnson, p. 24
            11. [+]
              June 14, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. General Peled on Israel and the PLO by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Change Comes to Mississippi by John Judis, p. 3
              3. UN Demos Demand Disarmament Now by Patrick Lacefield, p. 4
              4. Tax Protest Brongs Victory for Right in Primary Elections by John Judis, p. 4
              5. The City of Madison Takes a Stand against Apartheid by Nancy Stedman, p. 4
              6. Epidemic Cancer May Be the Political Issue of the '80s by Al Goodman, p. 5
              7. The Longest Walk by Nolan Hester, p. 6
              8. The Attack on Native Rights Has Begun by Nolan Hester, p. 7
              9. Mayor's Disinterest Spells Trouble for Rights Commission by Nora Lapin, p. 8
              10. Rape Case Reveals Contempt of Women by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              11. U.S./South Africa by George Wright, p. 10
              12. Spain: Socialist Party Victorious in Two Regional Elections by Kenrick G. Kissell, p. 10
              13. Great Britain by Mervyn Jones, pp. 11-13
              14. Dr. Castro I Presume...!', p. 14
              15. In the Wake of Jarvis-Gann, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. Forty Years After Spanish War by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
              18. Redgrave's Film Misses Human Touch by Diane Winston, p. 16
              19. Retiring Myths about Retirement by William Graebner, pp. 17-18
              20. Hobart McKean Kept the Spirit Alive in Montana by Henry Gordon, p. 19
              21. Montreal Wins Third NHL Title by Gary Kulik, p. 20
              22.  ---  by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
              23.  ---  by Myrna Greenfield, p. 21
              24. [+]
                On the Workings of Soviet Justice by Peggy Dennis, p. 22 - 3 Reviews
                1. A Captive of Time by Olga Ivinskaya
                2. To Be Preserved Forever by Lev Z. Kopelev
                3. The Samizdat Register by Roy A. Medvedev
              25. [+]
                Muckraking for a Buck Makes a Fast-Paced Film by Max Powell, Jr., p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Capricorn One by Ron Goulart and Peter Hyams
              26. [+]
                Why Is Human Sacrifice More Horrendous Than the Slaughter of Soldiers in War? by Janet Stevenson, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Iphigenia by Michael Cacoyannis
              27. Disney's Fiefdom by Becky O'Malley, p. 24
            12. [+]
              June 21, 1978 Issue = 28 Articles
              1. Split in the Nation of Islam May Mean Return to Malcolm Legacy by Albert Aido, p. 2
              2. Center Stage for Illinois in ERA Melodrama by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. California in Chaos in Wake of Passage of Jarvis-Gann by Eve Pell, p. 4
              4. Support Grows for Overall Tax Limit by Mary Ellen Leary, p. 5
              5. But Howard You Promised!, p. 5
              6. Yvonne Burke Goes for State Office by Emily Gibson, p. 6
              7. Hyde Amendment Challenged in Court, p. 6
              8. Labor: Engineers Moving to Unionize by John Markoff, p. 7
              9. Prisons by Bob McMahon, p. 7
              10. Auto Unions Face Protectionis Pressure by Charles Rooney, p. 8
              11. Brazilian Autoworkers Win Strike by Charles Rooney, p. 8
              12. Argentina by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              13. Japan: Narita Airport May Never Be Finished by Charles Douglas Lummis, p. 10
              14. We've Heard the Voices and Seen the Blood by John Judis, pp. 11-13
              15. The Poor Get Poorer the Rich Go to School, p. 14
              16. Sadat's "Democracy", p. 14
              17. Fighting th Nazis by Practicing Democracy, p. 14
              18. Letters, p. 15
              19. Blacking Out the Mind by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              20. CIA Sabotages Democracy to Fight Russians by Richard L. Sklar, p. 16
              21. [+]
                Making Consumers on Assembly Lines by Stanley Aronowitz, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
                1. Captains of Consciousness by Stuart Ewen
              22. Pacifica Volunteers Win Peabody by Sam Silver, p. 19
              23. Good Coaching and Teamwork Make the Difference by Mark Naison, p. 19
              24. Robeson Play Provokes Sharp Conflict by Richard Goldensohn, p. 20
              25. Black by Birth, Red by Choice by Lawrence S. Wittner, pp. 20-21
              26. Sunbelt Garners Increasing Share of Art Money by Terry Trucco, p. 22
              27. Records by Bruce Dancis, Joe Heumann, P. Hertel, and Carlo Wolff, ..., p. 23
              28. Will the Real 1968 Please Stand Up? by Marc Gunther, p. 24
            13. [+]
              June 28, 1978 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. A Report from Vietnam by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Business Counterattack Sets Back Rent Control Prospects by Peter Dreier, p. 3
              3. Labor: NYC Construction Unions in Trouble by Ruth Shereff, pp. 4-5
              4. Communists, King Embrace Democracy by Wilfred G. Burchett, p. 6
              5. Zaire: Cuban Threat' Masks Western Designs by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
              6. Progress and Poverty by David Moberg, pp. 9-13
              7. Ranks of the Permanent Poor Are Growing by Steve Askin, pp. 14-15
              8. Administrative Changes Threaten Black Colleges by Frank Adams, p. 16
              9. Impasse in Black and White, p. 17
              10. Letters, p. 18
              11. Do Colleges Breed Revolutionaries? by Alvin W. Gouldner, p. 19
              12. Body Politic by Anita Diamant, p. 20
              13. [+]
                The Ordeal of Frances Farmer by Alvah Bessie, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Shad Lowland by William Arnold
              14. Records by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 22
              15. [+]
                Our Last Frontier: Scrambling for Alaska by Peter T. Bohan, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Coming into the Country by John McPhee
              16. Madison Avenue Goes to the Movies by Amy Rennert, p. 24
          3. [+]
            Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1978 = 11 Issues, 269 Articles
            1. [+]
              July 12, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. The High Price of Inflation by John Judis, p. 2
              2. At Latin Conference by Mark Shwartz, p. 3
              3. Cotton Dust Divides Administration by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              4. Can Officials Disagree with Their Union? by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. Prop 13 Ends New Deal Approach by Larry Remer, p. 5
              6. The Bakke Decision by Laurence R. Sperber, p. 6
              7. Better Than Expected But Still Not Good by David Moberg, p. 7
              8. Bakke's Real Competitors Were White by Joel Dreyfuss, p. 7
              9. Class Is Still the Key to Admissions by Martin Brown, p. 7
              10. Alleged SAVAK Agents Face Charges by Seth Derish, p. 8
              11. Killing of Black Leader Arouses N.Y. by Josh Martin, p. 8
              12. Rightist Massacre May Spark New War, p. 9
              13. Cuba: Childhood Exile Becomes Castro Fan by Max Gordon, p. 10
              14. Middle East by T.D. Allman, p. 10
              15. Black Leader Warms of Vorster Plan to Keep White Rule by David Moberg, p. 11
              16. A True Homegrown Radical by Derek Shearer, pp. 12-14
              17. A Twentieth Century Dred Scott Case, p. 15
              18. Letters, p. 16
              19. The Black Power Movement by Manning Marable, p. 17
              20. Study Shows Law Students Liberal But Confused on Gay Righs by Joshua Dressler, pp. 17-18
              21. Rising Rookies of World Tennis by Jack Monet, p. 19
              22. Expanded Role for Tennis Coaches by Jack Monet, pp. 19-20
              23. [+]
                The Many Faces of Saul Steinberg by David Moberg, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Saul Steinberg by Harold Rosenberg
              24. [+]
                Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Go Back to the Movies... by P. Hertel and Kurt Luchs, p. 22 - 3 Reviews
                1. Grease (1978 Film) by Randal Kleiser
                2. Jaws II (1978 Film) by Jeannot Szwarc
                3. Jaws (1975 Film) by Steven Spielberg
              25. In the Pits with Punks by Keith Bernstein, p. 23
              26. [+]
                Records by Bob Cranshaw, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Kill Me I'm Rotten by Luchs Brothers
              27. Okies: Still the Forgotten Minority by David Lyon, p. 24
            2. [+]
              July 19, 1978 Issue = 32 Articles
              1. A Handy Guide to Misunderstanding Inflation by John Judis, p. 2
              2. March on Capital Pressures Congress to Extend ERA by Carolyn Projansky and Fern Schumer, p. 3
              3. Rally Commemorates 1913 Suffrage March, p. 3
              4. Teamster Dissidents Go for Top Offices by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. Unions Take on Southern Furniture by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              6. Mass.' Answer to Proposition 13 by Peter Dreier, p. 5
              7. Illinois Tax Reform Threatened by David Moberg, p. 5
              8. The Nazis Rally in Marquette Park by David Moberg, p. 6
              9. Black Community Fights Crime in K.C. by Ellen Deirdre Murphy, p. 7
              10. Change May Be Coming to Kansas City Police, p. 7
              11. Israel Ignores Sadat's Concessions by Gidion Eshet, p. 8
              12. Stalled Peace Drive and Corruption Undermine Sadat's Support at Home by T.D. Allman, pp. 8-9
              13. France by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
              14. Research by Becky O'Malley and Norman B. Wirt, p. 11
              15. Farmers by Chris Jenkins, p. 12
              16. Yield by Frances Moore Lappe and Joseph Collins, pp. 12-13
              17. Pests by Paul Shinoff, p. 14
              18. Dissent by Stephen P. Cook, p. 14
              19. Agent Orange by Leonard Rubin and Ann Davison, p. 15
              20. Dioxin by Tod Ensign and Michael Uhl, p. 16
              21. The Majority Speaks for the ERA, p. 17
              22. Is There a Bakke in the House?, p. 17
              23. Letters, p. 18
              24. Whatever Happened to Black Power? Part II by Manning Marable, p. 19
              25. Can the California Left Build a Proposition 13 Counterattack? by Stanley Aronowitz, pp. 19-20
              26. [+]
                No Rats in This Crossword Puzzle by Janet Stevenson, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Cat and Mouse (1978 Film) by Claude Lelouch
              27. [+]
                Homage to Band's Memory by Joe Heumann, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Last Waltz (1978 Film) by Martin Scorsese
              28.  ---  by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 22
              29. [+]
                Review Life Dance of Is, by Oliver Lake by Paul Loeb, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Life Dance of Is by Oliver Lake
              30. T. Robinson's Straight Talk on Being Gay by Michael Goldberg, p. 23
              31. Fears, Passions and Calls to Arms by Kent Worcester, p. 23
              32. You're Only Old as You Feel by Andrew Irvis, p. 24
            3. [+]
              August 2, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. Historic Dilemma for the U.S. Left by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Renters Want Their Share by Larry Remer, p. 3
              3. Coalition Asks Business to Return Windfall by Michael Curtin, p. 3
              4. Labor: Postal Settlement Is in Serious Trouble by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. Progressives Confront Tax Revolt by David Moberg, p. 5
              6. American Press Fashions New Era from Whole Cloth by Gerard Colby and Charlotte Dennett, p. 6
              7. U.S.S.R. by Louis Menashe, p. 7
              8. Labour and Tories Running Dead Even by Mervyn Jones, p. 8
              9. Dissidents Stand Trial in Moscow by Louis Menashe, p. 8
              10. True Religion Is Always Dangerous & Subversive by Charles S. Slap, p. 9
              11. The Church Escapes the Middle-Class Captivity by Lee Cormie, pp. 10-11
              12. Claude Williams Merging Religion & Activism by Bill Troy, p. 12
              13. Ernesto Cardena by Dow Kirkpatrick, p. 13
              14. How Compatible Are Marx & Christ by Jim Gorman, pp. 13-14
              15. Born-Agains Make No Concessions to Authority by Jim Wallis, p. 15
              16. Catholic Women Confront the Process of Renewal by Juli Loesch, p. 16
              17. Dissent Raises Issues for Soviets, p. 17
              18. Fraser Walks Out on Consensus Politics, p. 17
              19. Letters, p. 18
              20. Leftwing Human Rights Protestors Threaten Myth of Soviet Socialism by John Clark, pp. 19-20
              21. [+]
                Irreverent, Impossibly Snobbish, But Delicious by Josh Martin, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Metropolitan Life by Fran Lebowitz
              22. [+]
                A Detective Novel That's Out of the Normal Mold by Pamela Feinsilber, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Dreaming of Babylon by Richard Brautigan
              23. [+]
                Who Really Killed the French General by W.D. Ehrhart, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Birds of Prey by John Ralston Saul
              24. [+]
                War as It Really Is Leaves 'Everyman' Numb by Jeffrey Gillenkirk, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Middle Parts of Fortune by Frederic Manning
              25. [+]
                Finding a Good Place in the World by Linda Greene, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The High Cost of Living by Marge Piercy
              26. [+]
                From Outside the Social Norm by Janis Butler Holm, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. Rootless Generation of Peace Empire by W.D. Ehrhart
            4. [+]
              August 9, 1978 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Coming Soon by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Labor: Coalition Tries to Reopen Steel Plant by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Labor: UAW's Fraser Attacks Business War against Labor by Evan Hendricks, pp. 4-5
              4. Conservatives Map Tax-Cut Strategy by Dan Marschall, p. 6
              5. NAM Debates Labor Issues by Dan Marschall, p. 7
              6. Carter Abandons Cold War Rhetoric for 'Positive Policy' by Robert Manning, p. 8
              7. This Is Not a Normal Boarding School by Hilda Bernstein, p. 9
              8. Doctors, Church Block Legal Abortion by Ellen Cantarow, pp. 10-13
              9. Tax Relief for the Wealthy, p. 14
              10. Letters, p. 15
              11. Robert Eatherly's Tortured Soul by Alvah Bessie, p. 16
              12. Choosing between a More Perfect Union and Domestic Tranquility by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              13. Socialism Means Democracy and Respect for Nature by John Hardesty, p. 17
              14. Remaining Public Control of Airwaves Threatened by Burt Wilson, p. 18
              15. Class Struggle Is Good Clean Fun, pp. 19-20
              16. Records by John Kordalewski, p. 21
              17. [+]
                Ray's Elegy for India by Mac Margolis, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Chess Players, and Other Screenplays by Satyajit Ray
              18. Mid East Filmfest Ready to Tour, p. 22
              19. [+]
                An Honest and a Dishonest Film about Gays by P. Hertel, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
                1. Different Story-Canada by Henry Olek
                2. Word Is Out (1977 Film) by Nancy Adair, Andrew Brown, and Rob Epstein
              20. [+]
                Don't Let the Swarm Settle on You by Joe Heumann, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Swarm (1978 Film) by Irwin Allen
              21. Mid East Films by Diane Winston, p. 23
              22. Good News Messinger to NY City Council by Barbara Bedway, p. 24
            5. [+]
              August 16, 1978 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Socialist Politics in Michigan by John Judis, p. 2
              2. George Meany Grits Teeth, Talks Tough by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Press Freedom Is the Victim of New York Times Case by James Aronson, p. 4
              4. Abalone Breaches Nuclear Defences by Larry Remer, p. 5
              5. Oregon's Nuclear Trojan Horse by Rick Mitchell, p. 5
              6. Congress Forces Carter Backdown on Trade Embargo by Ken Cummins, p. 6
              7. Britain's Bengalis by Mervyn Jones, p. 7
              8. Government Wins the Right to Rewrite Constitution by Jay R. Mandle and Joan D. Mandle, p. 7
              9. UN Investigators Sour on Nestle Milk by Bruce Vandervort, p. 8
              10. Rhodesia's Real Plan by Brigitte Kirch and Bill Hansen, p. 8
              11. Cuban Life Cuban Film by Janet Stevenson, pp. 9-16
              12. The Clamor against "Big Government", p. 17
              13. Letters, p. 18
              14. Reflections of Prop. 13 in France by Nancy Lieber, p. 19
              15. Ollman's Maryland Struggle Is No Game by Edward Gold, p. 19
              16. Safeway Computers Run Workers Ragged by David Talbot, p. 20
              17. Kennedy Chokes on Carter's Little Health Plan Pills by Alan Wolfe, pp. 21-22
              18. [+]
                Ravages of Racism in Southern Africa, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Biko by Donald Woods
              19. Walton Hits the Road. by Mark Naison, p. 24
            6. [+]
              August 23, 1978 Issue = 21 Articles
              1. Corporate Answer to Jarvis-Gann by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Kucinich Beats Back Business Alliance by Dan Marschall, p. 3
              3. Film about Blacks Banned in Boston by Connie Paige, p. 4
              4. James Ray Reiterates His Innocence by Ron Williams, p. 4
              5. Labor: Pressmen Pound Pavements, News Hounds Leashed by David Pitt, p. 5
              6. Solar Proponents Divide Pie in Sky by Christy Macy, p. 6
              7. EEOC Sues Remiss Corporations by Ellen Deirdre Murphy, p. 6
              8. Noble Plunges Head-First into Brooke Contest by Chuck Fager, p. 7
              9. Government Tries to Buy-Off SWP Suit by Richard Goldensohn, p. 8
              10. The Twelve's Return Threatens Somoza by Blase Bonpane, p. 9
              11. U.S. Opposition May Sink Law of the Sea Conference by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              12. Stalin's Ghost Hovers Over Constitution by Albert Resis, pp. 11-13
              13. Myth and Reality Play in Youngstown, p. 14
              14. Ferency and Socialist Electoral Politics, p. 14
              15. Letters, p. 15
              16. Toward a United Black Strategy by Manning Marable, p. 16
              17. Labor and the Law by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              18. Socialism Confronts Cult of Individualism, pp. 17-18
              19. People in Small New York Town Down in the Dumps by Franklin Douglas, pp. 19-20
              20. [+]
                B. Traven Almost Meets A. Hoffman, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                1. The Mystery of B. Traven by Judy Stone
              21. Rushmore Pales Before Crazy Horse Memorial by Tyna Thrall Orren, p. 24
            7. [+]
              August 30, 1978 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. A Political Program for the Last Quarter by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Ray Looks Guilty as Alibis Dissolve. But Was He Alone? by Jefferson Cohen, p. 3
              3. Former Agent Links Oswald to CIA by Herb Borock and John Markoff, p. 4
              4. Labor: Grocery Clerks Break the Chains by Larry Remer, p. 5
              5. Incumbent Re-Elected, Union Split by Tom Young, p. 5
              6. New Communications Act Draws Fire by Ron Williams, p. 6
              7. Prices Not Wages Key to Inflation, p. 6
              8. Cops Play Chicken with Cleveland's Mayor and Blacks by Robert H. Holden, p. 7
              9. Navajos Levy Taxes on Energy Giants by Peter Melnick, p. 8
              10. Black Guerillas Battle Government in Unreported War, p. 9
              11. Brezhnev Tries to Lift Worker Morale by Albert Resis, p. 10
              12. USSR and Iraq May Be Winners in Coming Summit by Edward Gold, pp. 11-14
              13. Letters, p. 15
              14. The Family Disintegrates under the Impact of Corporate Expansion by Ian Harris, p. 16
              15. A Strategy for the Left in the 1980 Election by Alan Snitow, p. 16
              16. Sanctify the Family Since New Forms Proved Useless by Michael Lerner, pp. 17-18
              17. Private Spies Keep Tabs on Radicals by Seth Derish, p. 19
              18. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
              19. [+]
                Stuntman's Stuntman's Stuntman by Joe Heumann, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Hooper (1978 Film) by Hal Needham
              20. [+]
                Ryan O'Neal Drives Off into Wild, Blue Abyss by Donald Venes, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Driver (1978 Film) by Walter Hill
              21. [+]
                Warren Beatty Resurrects a Populist Hero by Barry Mike, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Heaven Can Wait (1978 Film) by Warren Beatty and Buck Henry
              22. Photography by Libby Brydolf, p. 23
              23. Chicago '68 Painting the Town Red by David Moberg, p. 24
            8. [+]
              September 6, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. East Germany Jails a Critic by Thomas Conrad, p. 2
              2. Neither Rain, Nor Sleet, Nor Summer... by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Tenants Hound Landlords for Rent Rebates by W. Dennis Keating, p. 4
              4. New Right Crosses Ed Brooke by Sid Blumenthal, p. 5
              5. Founding Fathers Forgot the Unborn by Laura B. Weiss, p. 6
              6. Unions are Fighting Deportation of Mexican Workers by Gina Lobaco, p. 7
              7. Safety Measures for Gas Vanish Into Thin Air by Kathryn Waters Gest, p. 8
              8. Right Has Falling Out with Business by Alan Eheruhalt, p. 8
              9. New Pope Tempers Conservatism with Moral Compassion by Paul Schervish, p. 9
              10. Church Regains Ground in Pope Paul's Last Years by Jane Hilowitz, p. 9
              11. New Constitution Strengthens State Rule by Albert Resis, p. 10
              12. Sandinistas Seek Somoza's Overthrow by Blase Bonpane, p. 11
              13. Pope Paul Recognized Communists by Jane Hilowitz, p. 11
              14. [+]
                Time for an American Left by G. William Domhoff, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                1. An Interview with G. William Domhoff by Derek Shearer
              15. Public Workers, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. Brzezinski Pushes Cold War in the Name of Human Fights by William A. Williams, p. 16
              18. UAW Editor Takes Second Look At Poland by Franklin Wallick, p. 16
              19. An Open Letter to the New Pope by Blase A. Bonpane, pp. 17-18
              20. Abbie Hoffman Won't You Please Come Home by Gwenda Blair, p. 19
              21. Keeping the Lid On Anti-Nuclear Films by Eleanor Smith#2, p. 20
              22. Women Writers' Plight by Barbara Bedway, p. 21
              23. A Feminist View of Global Catastrophe by Bob McMahon, p. 21
              24. [+]
                Sgt. Pepper Submarines to New Lows by Kurt Luchs, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978 Film) by Michael Schultz
              25. Records by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
              26. Flirs of the Heir Apparent by Jeffrey Gillenkirk, p. 24
            9. [+]
              September 13, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. New Pope Won't Break With Rigid Past by Gary MacEoin and Nivita Riley, p. 2
              2. Carter Wagering Peace, Popularity On Summit Success by Joseph Gerson, p. 3
              3. Begin Probably Won't Budge by Gidion Eshet, p. 3
              4. Slipping Prayer Back Into School by Josh Martin, p. 4
              5. Law Center Lends Fledging Unions a Hand by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              6. UFW Moves to Increase Political Clout by Douglas Z. Foster, p. 5
              7. Public Election Financing Is Far From Adoption by Rhodes Cook, p. 5
              8. Steven's Threats Fail To Sway NLRB by Bob McMahon, p. 6
              9. American Farmers Worry About Growing Foreign Ownership by Elizabeth Wehr, p. 6
              10. Buy American Campaign Sells Short by John Markoff and Lenny Siegel, p. 7
              11. Portugal Replaces Socialist Rulers with Technocrats by Kathleen Swartzman, p. 8
              12. Danes Protest Nuclear Construction by Robert Steinbrook, p. 8
              13. Pinochet Stalked by Domestic Foes, U.S. Investigators by Nena Terrell, p. 9
              14. Living All the Dirt That's Done to Women by Julia Preston, p. 10
              15. Summit by Joseph Gerson, pp. 10-13
              16. Agnew's Ghost Haunts Farber and us, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. Nixon On the Comeback Trail, p. 16
              19. [+]
                The Real Story of "McCarthyism" by Norman Markowitz, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. The Great Fear by David Caute
              20. What's Wrong with Taxes? by Diane Fuchs, pp. 17-18
              21. Prisons Begin Bursting at the Seams by Mark Shwartz, p. 19
              22. Wit'a Brooklyn Accent by Mark Naison, p. 20
              23. White-Collar Crime Pays, Pretty Well by Joseph Pissarevsky, p. 20
              24. Foreign Filmmakers Tell Unpleasant Truths to U.S. and the UN by Katherine Singer Kovacs, p. 21
              25. Records by Katherine Singer Kovacs, p. 22
              26. Mime Goes American-Style by David Ahrens and Viki Dello Joio, p. 23
              27. Guns by David Helvarg, p. 24
            10. [+]
              September 20, 1978 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. China Aims for Superpower Status by 2000 by David Milton and Nancy Dall Milton, p. 2
              2. Senate Race Comes Up Short in Upset by Anthony Schmitz, p. 3
              3. New York Papers Down, Striking Pressmen Still Out by David Pitt, p. 4
              4. Assassination Probe Is Full of Holes by Harvey Yazijian, p. 5
              5. Striking Teachers Chalk Up Few Gains by David Moberg, p. 6
              6. Landlords Leave, Tenants Take Over by Josh Martin, p. 7
              7. Reopened Youngstown Steel Plant Could Work by David Moberg, p. 8
              8. Burning Theater Sparks National Revolt by Linda Heiden, p. 9
              9. Right-Wing Cardinal Picked New Pope by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
              10. Fettered and Feted On Red Square by Patrick Lacefield, p. 11
              11. Art in China after Mao by Leora Tanenbaum, pp. 12-13
              12. It's a Bourgeois Congress- Surprise!, p. 14
              13. Conversations with Blumenthal by Manning Marable, p. 15
              14. The Great Self-Centered Utopia by Roberta Lynch, p. 15
              15. Letters, pp. 16-17
              16. Diablo On the Beach by Susan Stern, pp. 18-19
              17. Disabled Get a Lift from New Buses by Irwin B. Arieff, p. 20
              18. Records by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
              19. A Return To the Scene of the Crime by Carol Brightman, pp. 22-23
              20. American players Win Big in Open's New Digs by Mark Naison, p. 24
            11. [+]
              September 27, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. I'm Proud to Call Myself a Socialist' by Burt Hatlen, p. 2
              2. Sadat Scores Summit Victory by Yoav Peled, p. 3
              3. Israelis Applaud Summit Agreement by Gidion Eshet, p. 3
              4. County Coroner Works for the Living by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. Wisconsin Declares Nuclear Moratorium by Thomas Galazen, p. 4
              6. Congress Gas Battle Peaks by David Moberg, p. 5
              7. Pistol-Packing Cop Kills Unarmed Man by Ed Newbold, p. 6
              8. Congress Forecloses On Student Loans by Harrison H. Donnelly, p. 6
              9. Arbitrator Writes Mail Pact by David Moberg, p. 7
              10. GM Abandons Its Southern Strategy by Evan Hendricks, p. 7
              11. Nicaraguan War Rages by Blase Bonpane, p. 8
              12. Sandinista Leader Tells Front's Story by Michele Labrut, p. 8
              13. [+]
                Life in Somoza's Prisons by Janet Stevenson, p. 9 - 1 Review
                1. Inside the Nicaraguan Revolution by Doris Tijerino
              14. U.S. and Iran Oil Keep South Africa from Grinding Halt by Robert Manning, p. 10
              15. A Fist with a Rose in It. by Lucy Komisar, pp. 11-13
              16. Editorial, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. The Right to Know If You Job Causes Cancer by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              19. Family and Fertility by Reid T. Reynolds, p. 16
              20. Participatory Socialism or Welfare Statism? by Monte Bute, pp. 17-18
              21. Wilmar Women Don't Bank On Fairness by Anthony Schmitz, p. 19
              22. Boston Red Sox Eat Yankee Dust by Dan Rosen, p. 20
              23. China Sends U.S. Static Sentimentality by Judith Stein, p. 21
              24. The Butcher, the Baker, the Candle Stick Maker by Barbara Garson, p. 22
              25. Novels and Poems for, by and about Blue-Collar Workers by Tamin Ansary, p. 23
              26. The Greatest (Again) by Joe Heumann, p. 24
          4. [+]
            Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1978 = 13 Issues, 313 Articles
            1. [+]
              October 4, 1978 Issue = 25 Articles
              1. Syria Holds Key to Camp David by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Dukakis Dumped in Massachusetts Gubernatorial Vote by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 3
              3. Oil and Atlantic Waters Don't Mix by Karl Grossman, p. 4
              4. Briggs Brings Bryant to California by Larry Remer, p. 5
              5. Award Brings Home Human Rights by Christy Macy, p. 6
              6. Soweto Students Face Sedition Rap by Barbara Bedway, p. 6
              7. McBride Steels Union Against Dissent by Michael Gillespie, p. 7
              8. Labor, Black Leaders Confront Carter by David Moberg, p. 8
              9. Weber Case to Test Private Affirmative Action by Ron Williams, p. 8
              10. Socialists Threaten to Open Old Wounds On the Italian Left by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              11. Peru: Case History of a Revolution That's Gone Awry by Gerard Colby, p. 10
              12. Rightist Christians Sabotage Reform of the Lebanese Army, p. 11
              13. "There's a Man with a Gun Over There..." by David Helvarg and Larry Remer, pp. 12-13
              14. Trade-Off Politics a Losing Game, p. 14
              15. Letters, p. 15
              16. As Recession Looms by Red Cent Collective, p. 16
              17. [+]
                Now You Can Disagree With Who Governs by Marc Weiss, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. Who Really Rules? by G. William. Domhoff
              18. To Be and Not to Be by Lester Rodney, p. 17
              19. Sugar Daddy Welch by Barry Stavro, p. 18
              20. Steel Companies Haven't Ironed Out Workplace Wrinkles by Ike Henry Gittlen, p. 19
              21. Jimmy Carter Labors with the Press by Pat Strandt, p. 20
              22. Peru Heads Right by Gerard Colby, p. 21
              23. Wedding Breaches Promise by Pat Aufderheide, p. 22
              24. NBC'S W.E.B. Weaves Deceit by Eliot Wald, p. 23
              25. Sugar Daddy Welch Still Sweet On America Sour On Communists by Barry Stavro, p. 24
            2. [+]
              October 11, 1978 Issue = 24 Articles
              1. The Inside Story, p. 2
              2. Thompson Pockets Demos, Sure of Win by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Bakalis Can't Get Machine in Gear, p. 4
              4. Old Guard Whistles Dixie, New Demos Change Their Tune by Thomas Noland, p. 5
              5. Workfare Scheme to Replace Welfare by Saul Rigberg, p. 6
              6. Midwife Arraigned On Murder Charge by Natasha Woolley, p. 6
              7. Solar Project in New York City Is a Ray of Sunshine by Karen Polk, p. 7
              8. Jailings Transform the Black Movement, p. 8
              9. Prime Minister Another Hardliner, p. 8
              10. Socialists Compel Communist Leader to Define Leninism by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
              11. Nicaraguan Left Rejects Talks by Blase Bonpane, p. 9
              12. Syria's President Walks a Tightrope between Two Wars by Douglas Bradley, p. 10
              13. Silkwood Probe Picks Up Where She Left Off by Jeff Stein, pp. 11-13
              14. Letters, p. 14
              15. Marching Forward into the 19th Century with Laissez-Faire by Red Cent Collective, p. 15
              16. [+]
                Science, Technology Follow Corporate Design by Scott R. Bowman, p. 15 - 1 Review
                1. America by Design by David F. Noble
              17. Blacks and the GOP by M. Ron Karenga, p. 16
              18. Briggs Digs in, Milk Pours It On by Stephen Bloom, pp. 17-18
              19. Bill Lee Raises the Red Sox' Dust, Comes Out Clean by Anita Diamant, p. 19
              20. Lee Interview by Anita Diamant, p. 20
              21. [+]
                Documentary Retells Women's Strike Story by B. Ruby Rich, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. With Babies and Banners by Lorraine Gray, Anne Bohlcn, and Lyn Goldfarb
              22. Once-Popular Art Plays to Few, Costs Much by Lynn Garafola, p. 22
              23. [+]
                Girlfriends' Success Chows 'New Women's Film' Is Growing Up by Gina Blumenfeld, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Girlfriends (1978 Film) by Claudia Weill
              24. Americans Throw Mao a Party in His Memory by Thomas Brom, p. 24
            3. [+]
              October 18, 1978 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. What if We Held a Tea Party and No One Came? by John Judis, p. 2
              2. ERA Wins On Hill States To Test Bill in Clash of Wills by Anne B. Zill, p. 3
              3. Future Bleak for Skilled Workers by Al Goodman, p. 4
              4. Election Funds Steel Union's Sore Spot by Alan Barnes, p. 5
              5. Women Wrest Settlement from by Barbara Garson, p. 5
              6. Clamshell Broaches New by Duncan Harp, p. 6
              7. Anti-Nuclear Groups Escalate Actions Nationally by Ron Williams, p. 7
              8. Craxi Seeks New European Role for Italian Socialists by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
              9. Labour Risks It All with Vote Delay by Mervyn Jones, p. 9
              10. Southern African Economic Scheme Fueled 'Oilgate' by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              11. Carter Tries to Win Nicaraguan Center to Stop Civil War by Cynthia Arnson, p. 11
              12. Provisional Gov't Formed by Blase Bonpane, p. 11
              13. Blood of the Condo by David Moberg, pp. 12-14
              14. Letters, p. 15
              15. Simple Simon by David Vogel, p. 16
              16. Long Neglected, Eastman's Time Has Come by Mari Jo Buhle, p. 16
              17. American Socialism by Seymour S. Bellin and S.M. Miller, pp. 17-18
              18. Two Players Come Back from Sore Arm, Alcohol by Barry Codell, p. 19
              19. Clamshell Action by Duncan Harp, p. 20
              20. [+]
                Anguished Interiors No Joke by Michael Sorkin, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Interiors (1978 Film) by Woody Allen
              21. [+]
                Muckraking Novel, Still Current, Mixes Romance and Rage by Jonas Weisel, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Boston by Upton Sinclair
              22. Days of Heaven Makes Despair Look Gorgeous by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
              23. Where There's Smoke There's Five by Larry Remer, p. 24
            4. [+]
              October 25, 1978 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. UAW Conference Seeks New Course for American Left by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Jerry Brown Appeases the Voters with Shell Game by Larry Remer, p. 3
              3. Protest Salty Solution for Nuclear Waste by Dede Feldman, p. 4
              4. Slow Progress On Safety and Health by Dan Marschall, p. 4
              5. Unauthorized Strike Stuns, VW, UAW by Eric Leif Davin and Joe White, p. 5
              6. Reds Stay Away, Angry Strikers Say by Eric Leif Davin, p. 5
              7. Florida Governor OKs an Execution by Art Goldberg and Nan Blitman, p. 6
              8. Brown's Next Step by Larry Remer, p. 6
              9. Social Democrats Break Away from Logic of Capitalism by Nancy Lieber, p. 7
              10. American Press Forced to Slight Popular Rebellion by Richard Elman, p. 8
              11. New Pope May Aid Left by Gary MacEoin and Nivita Riley, p. 8
              12. The Best and Worst of Imperialism by William Appleman Williams, pp. 9-10
              13. The Texas Murders by Carlos Morton, pp. 11-13
              14. A Pure And Simple Road to Socialism, p. 14
              15. Gillespie Responds to "Sectarian" Charge On Steel Union Story by Michael Gillespie, p. 15
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. Populist Democracy Takes a Beating from Alabama Blacks by Manning Marable, p. 16
              18. Abortion, Now Legal, Is Still in a Back Alley of Our Consciousness by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              19. Fundamental Conflict Between Nuclear Power and Civil Liberties by David Dinsmore Comey, p. 17
              20. Can Do? by Jay Shepherd, pp. 17-18
              21. Army Justice Takes Six Years and a Suit by Randall Risener, p. 19
              22. [+]
                Paying Mom to Stay Home Won't Work by Meg Gerken, p. 20 - 1 Review
                1. All Our Children by Kenneth Keniston
              23. [+]
                Lasch's Beseiged Family: Haven is in His Eyes by Zillah Eisenstein, p. 20 - 1 Review
                1. Haven in a Heartless World by Christopher Lasch
              24. James Baldwin by Bonnie Greer, pp. 21-22
              25. Reggae Today by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
              26. World Sefies by Mark Naison, p. 24
            5. [+]
              November 1, 1978 Issue = 25 Articles
              1. Business Can Afford Full Employment - That's Not the Problem by Harry Brill, p. 2
              2. California GOP's Law-and-Order Wing Guns for Rose Bird by Larry Remer, p. 3
              3. The Bad & The Ugly by Jim Quinn, p. 4
              4. Jesse Helms Tries to Buy a Victory against N.C. Populist in Senate Race by Bob McMahon, p. 4
              5. Bradley's Fast Break Is Fading as Bell Comes from behind by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 5
              6. Union-Busting Returns to Wilkes-Barre by Sandra Dorr, p. 6
              7. Teamster Davids Plan to Bury Goliath by Dan La Botz, p. 7
              8. Round One for Civil Service Reform by Tom Young, p. 7
              9. John Paul II Will Challenge Italian and U.S. Catholics by Gary MacEoin and Nivita Riley, p. 8
              10. Montreal Socialist Electoral Coalition Boasts New Unity by Henry Milner, p. 9
              11. New Democrats Jolt Conservatives by Doug Smith, p. 9
              12. Melbourne's Wine, Women, and Whites by William Appleman Williams, p. 10
              13. Is the Party Over or Just Beginning? by John Judis, pp. 11-13
              14. Liberal Decay and Party Realignment, p. 14
              15. Zimbabwe Politics Turns on Control of Transition to New Order by Richard L. Sklar, p. 15
              16. Another Third World by Hans Koning, p. 16
              17. The Exhaustion of American Politics and How to Revive It by Neil Kotler, p. 16
              18. Liberals Must Choose by Monte Bute, p. 17
              19. Montreal Socialists by Henry Milner, p. 18
              20. Rizzo's Racist Try by Jim Quinn, p. 18
              21. Women Run to Compete, for Fun by Anita Diamant, pp. 19-20
              22. [+]
                Karl Marx Meets the Novel by Martin Green, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Marxism and Literature by Raymond Williams
              23. [+]
                Short Notice, p. 22 - 3 Reviews
                1. Comes a Horseman (1978 Film) by Alan J. Pakula
                2. The Wiz (1978 Film) by Sidney Lumet
                3. Midnight Express (1978 Film) by Alan Parker
              24. [+]
                New Detective Movie Sees '60s through Rose-Colored Lens by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Big Fix (1978 Film) by Jeremy Paul Kagan
              25. Will New York Succumb to RATS? by Jane Rockman, p. 24
            6. [+]
              November 8, 1978 Issue = 27 Articles
              1. Vietnamese Leader on Differences with China by Jane Hilowitz, p. 2
              2. Carter's Inflation Rx Is Bad Medicine for Most Americans by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Senate, Again, Is Millionaires Club by Charles W. Hucker, p. 4
              4. Energy Plan Favors Corporations by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. 95th Congress Taxes the Imagination by John Judis, p. 5
              6. Banned Chemical Moves to Mexico by Larry Remer, p. 6
              7. Law & Order by Alan M. MacRobert, p. 6
              8. New Law Aims at Spying on Employees by George Corsetti, p. 7
              9. Union Sues Asbestos Companies by Larry Remer, p. 7
              10. Frustration by Al Di Franco, p. 8
              11. Women's Prison May Close, p. 8
              12. Talks Open Amidst Continued Fighting by Ron Ridenour, p. 9
              13. Some Sandinistas Condemn the Talks, p. 9
              14. Labour and Tories Are Both Divided on Wage Controls by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
              15. Debate on Nuclear Reactors Creates Political Fall-Out by John Stephens, p. 11
              16. At McDonald's They Do It All to You by John Conroy, pp. 12-13
              17. Carter Declares War on Labor, p. 14
              18. Kick the Mind-Chiselers off the Government Dole, p. 14
              19. Letters, p. 15
              20. Humphrey-Hawkins by John Conyers, p. 16
              21. [+]
                Milton's Revolution: Bourgeois for All That ... by C.H. George, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. Milton and the English Revolution by Christopher Hill
              22. Carter's "New Policy" in Nicaragua Is Neither Moral Nor New by Piero Gleijeses, pp. 17-18
              23. A Consumers' Guide for Sports Activists by Jim Ford and Mark Naison, pp. 19-20
              24. Native Son Haunts Theater by Bonnie Greer, p. 21
              25. [+]
                Short Notice, p. 22 - 5 Reviews
                1. Goin' South (1978 Film) by Jack Nicholson
                2. Death on the Nile (1978 Film) by John Guillermin
                3. Autumn Sonata (1978 Film) by Ingmar Bergman
                4. Magic (1978 Film) by Richard Attenborough
                5. Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (1978 Film) by Ted Kotcheff
              26. Documentaries Tell True Stories of Spy, Execs, Poor Women by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23
              27. Border Wars in the Forest by Lance Tapley, p. 24
            7. [+]
              November 15, 1978 Issue = 29 Articles
              1. Right-Wing Revolt Gets Stalled in Michigan Vote by John Judis, p. 2
              2. Big Union Turnout Stops Right-to-Work by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Propositions, Decent & Not by Al Di Franco, p. 4
              4. Interesting States by Ron Williams, p. 4
              5. Republican Sweep Leaves DFL Groggy by Anthony Schmitz, p. 5
              6. Senator No Buys Himself an Election by Bob McMahon, p. 5
              7. Machine Politics by Beth Botts and John Fleming, p. 6
              8. Seattle Breaks the Anti-Gay Voting Pattern by Stopping 13 by Margaret Carter, p. 6
              9. Socialist Loses in Maine by 39 Votes in House Race by Ron Williams, p. 6
              10. Briggs, Blacks Lose, Brown, Bird Win by Larry Remer, p. 7
              11. Berkeley Goes Left Again, But Across the Bay... by Randall Risener, p. 7
              12. Rates for Seabrook Defeat Thomason by Cathy Wolff, p. 8
              13. Conflict Abounds in One-Party Rule by Sid Blumenthal, pp. 8-9
              14. Shah's Opponents Cite Dire Poverty and Tyrannical Rule by Ervand Abrahamian, p. 10
              15. World Economy by Bruce Vandervort, p. 11
              16. Judge Rules Brazil Guilty of Torture by Dick Goldensohn, p. 11
              17. Egypt's Left Attacks Separate Peace, But Majority Applauds by David Mandel, p. 12
              18. When You Coming Back, Red Writer? by David Talbot, p. 13
              19. An Interview with Jane Fonda by Peter Melnick, pp. 14-15
              20. The Less Things Change the Less They Stay the Same, p. 16
              21. Letters, p. 17
              22. Roosevelt's "Second Bill of Rights" Still Far from Fulfillment by Manning Marable, p. 18
              23. Giant Corporations Breed Bureaucracy and Big Government by William W. Goldsmith, p. 18
              24. Professional Unions by David A. Sprintzen, pp. 19-23
              25. Wm Morris' Socialism of Beauty by Martin Green, p. 24
              26. Poet, Painter and Designer, William Morris Came to Socialism through Hatred of Modern C... by Martin Green, p. 25
              27. Short Notice, p. 26
              28. Into the 1980s with Synthesizer and Spud-Rock by Bruce Dancis, p. 27
              29. I Am Sorry, But as Your Eligibility Technician by Rachel C. Kranz, p. 28
            8. [+]
              November 22, 1978 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. G.O.P. Revives, Liberals Expire by John Judis, p. 2
              2. A Crisis for American Policy by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 3
              3. Cold Warriors Get a Big Boost from the Elections by Alan Wolfe, p. 4
              4. New Rightwinger Loses Big in Seattle by Michelle Celarier and Walter Hatch, p. 5
              5. Third-Party Vote In California Shows Widespread Dissatisfaction by Larry Remer, p. 5
              6. Anti-Growth Mayor Wins in San Jose by Rasa Gustaitis, p. 6
              7. California Death Penalty Toughens by Seth Rosenfeld, p. 6
              8. Chicago Clinics by Ron Williams, p. 7
              9. Cannery Workers Upset Teamsters by Martin Brown, p. 8
              10. Steelhaulers Mean Business in Gary Strike by David Moberg, p. 8
              11. Arabs Can't Agree on Anti-Sadat Acts by David Mandel, p. 9
              12. Europe's Resistance to U.S. Agripower Threatens Trade War by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              13. Austerity Policies Spark Socialist Gains by Nancy Lieber, p. 11
              14. You Can Get It If You Really Want, But You Must Try, Try and Try, Try and Try, Try and ... by Lucy Komisar, pp. 12-14
              15. Editorial, p. 15
              16. Letters, p. 16
              17. Do Workers Have the Right to Refuse to Do Unsafe Work? by Staughton Lynd, p. 17
              18. To Talk or Not to Talk by Richard L. Sklar, p. 17
              19. Official and Real Unemployment Rates by Harry Brill, pp. 18-20
              20. [+]
                25 Macho Years after Salt of the Earth by John de Graaf, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. Salt of the Earth by Deborah Rosenfelt
              21. Short Notice, p. 22
              22. [+]
                Vietnam Novels: Waist Deep in the Big Muddy by Richard Greenfield, p. 23 - 5 Reviews
                1. A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo
                2. Better Times Than These by Winston Groom
                3. Dispatches by Michael Herr
                4. A Few Good Men by Tom Suddick
                5. Fields of Fire by James H. Webb
              23. Reading the Courts by Mark Naison, p. 24
            9. [+]
              November 29, 1978 Issue = 28 Articles
              1. Nuclear Power Industry Emits a Bellow of Rage by Mark Douglas, p. 2
              2. More Guns, Less Butter, Carter Promises by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Asbestos Companies Flee Controls by Beth Bogart, p. 4
              4. Asbestos Closes N.Y. Schools by Ellen S. Freilich, p. 4
              5. From 'Left' Politics to Mass Suicide by Larry Remer, p. 5
              6. Wilmington 10 Trial Called Unfair by Bob McMahon, p. 6
              7. Carleton College Students Win South Africa Divestiture by Paul Wellstone, p. 6
              8. Teamsters Renege on Brewer's Pact by Alan Barnes, p. 7
              9. Protests Continue at Seabrook by Duncan Harp, p. 8
              10. Local 189, a Union of Teaching Unionists by Pat Strandt, p. 8
              11. Young Guerillas Remember Screams by Ron Ridenour, p. 9
              12. National Guard Guns Down Civilians by Ron Ridenour, p. 9
              13. Japan Won't Meet U.S. Trade Demands by Bruce Vandervort, p. 10
              14. Opposition Outpolls Government's Party by Judith Patarra, p. 11
              15. Remote Control Death by John Markoff and Jon Stewart, pp. 12-13
              16. Day of Reckoning Near for Pinochet, p. 14
              17. Letters, p. 15
              18. They Wanted a Socialist in the Legislature... by Burt Hatlen, p. 15
              19. Our National Secret by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              20. Demands for Equality Breaking Up Those Old Party Lines by Manning Marable, p. 16
              21. Official Jobless Rates Flunk Reality Test by Harry Brill, p. 17
              22. George Seldes, Grand by Derek Shearer, p. 18
              23. Old Muckraker by Derek Shearer, p. 19
              24. Two Great Gift Ideas at Even Greater Holiday Savings., p. 20
              25. Love and Politics in 1915 by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
              26. Sluggish Dancing and a Big Silly by Lynn Garafola, p. 22
              27. Angry Czech Rockers Go To Prison by Theo Blomquist, p. 23
              28. Fire for Hire by Kenneth A. Gosting and Al DiFranco, p. 24
            10. [+]
              December 6, 1978 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Wanted by John Judis, p. 2
              2. "Revolutionary Suicide," 1978 by David Moberg, p. 3
              3. Denver Cabbies Vote to Buy Company by Steve Gascoyne, p. 4
              4. Milk, Moscone Murders Stun City by Rendall Reisener, p. 5
              5. "Human Life" Amendment Loses by Ron Williams, p. 5
              6. Tupelo March Supports United League by Bill Drew and Jan Thal, p. 6
              7. Marion Barry, New Left Mayor, Breaks Tradition by Ronald Walters, pp. 6-7
              8. Independence for Black Bantustans a Curse Not Cure, p. 8
              9. Dudley Do-Right Done Did Wrong by Doug Smith, p. 9
              10. Labour Government Plays Fool in Secrets Trial by Steve Weissman, pp. 10-13
              11. Churning Butter into Military Hardware, p. 14
              12. Letters, p. 15
              13. [+]
                Historical Roots of Black Poverty Today by Eric Foner, p. 16 - 2 Reviews
                1. The Roots of Black Poverty by Jay R. Mandle
                2. Social Origins of the New South by Jonathan M. Wiener
              14. [+]
                Spook Homeward, Agent by Douglas Bradley, p. 16 - 1 Review
                1. Spooks: The Haunting of America by Jim Hougan
              15. Old Labels Are No Guide to Charles Evers' Insurgent Politics in Mississippi by Jason Berry, p. 17
              16. Chilly 'No' to New Minnesota Stadium by Jim Ford, pp. 18-19
              17. Some Women Like to Play Rock 'N' Roll by Georgia Christgau, pp. 20-22
              18. Films Show How Jobs Make You Sick by Spencer Rumsey, pp. 23-24
            11. [+]
              December 13, 1978 Issue = 21 Articles
              1. A Report on Iran's Democratic Opposition by Jim Cockcroft and Eva Cockcroft, p. 2
              2. TDU Sweeps Flint, Mich., Election by Tom Young, p. 3
              3. "Let's Do It," Insurgent Unionists Cry by Tom Johnson, p. 3
              4. Power Line Protesters Persevere by Vicki Lofquist, p. 4
              5. A Defendant in the Delano Trespass Case Had This to Say to the Jury before It Acquitted... by Geoffrey Gardner, p. 4
              6. The Squeeze Is on Tenants and Owners by Larry Remer, p. 5
              7. FBI Wants Freedom to Spy on Citizens by Al DiFranco, p. 6
              8. The Hearst Strike 40 Years Later by Pat Strandt, pp. 6-7
              9. Unified Socialists' Leader Cautions against Stronger EEC by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
              10. European Socialists Divide on Aims by Nancy Lieber, p. 9
              11. Left Bank Control Issue Is Dividing Peace Forces by David Mandel, p. 10
              12. Prison Camp of the Mind, pp. 11-14
              13. The Perversion of Our Virtues, p. 15
              14. Letters, p. 16
              15. Boston Tea Party of 1773 and the Great American Taxpayer's Revolt of 1978 by John Rossen, p. 17
              16. Hoffman's Flawed Vision of a New World Order without Yankee Primacy by William A. Williams, pp. 17-18
              17. Newspaper Profits Fuel Gannett's Media Empire by Michael Massing, pp. 19-20
              18. New Group Makes Honest Stand by Bruce Dancis, pp. 21-22
              19. TV's Schlock Master Tries New Schemes to Rescue NBC by Al Auster, p. 23
              20. Bicentennial Opera Premieres at Last by Karen Monson, p. 23
              21. Racism-Is It Killing Basket-Ball? by Mark Naison, p. 24
            12. [+]
              December 20, 1978 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Southern African Blacks Welcomed in Rome by Jane Hilowitz, p. 2
              2. Discontented Democrats Give Carter the Memphis Blues by John Judis, p. 3
              3. Regular Folks' Stage a Counter-Convention by John Judis, p. 4
              4. S.F. Left Protected Jones from Public Exposure of Terror by David Moberg, p. 5
              5. Anti-war Stalwarts Take on Arms Race by Dick Goldensohn, p. 6
              6. Four States O.K. Pot for Medical Use by Stephen Newman, p. 6
              7. Reform Marks Teamster Elections by Alan Barnes, p. 7
              8. Gallo Farm Workers Win Victory by Larry Remer, pp. 7-8
              9. Shah's Dreams of Economic Growth Become Nightmares by Fred Halliday, p. 9
              10. Peaceful Protest, Bloody Riot by Linda Heiden, p. 9
              11. Camp David Peace Could Calm Stormy Lebanon-for Now by David Mandel, p. 10
              12. Sanctions, Strikes, Scandal Shake State by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
              13. Dolphin by David Helvarg, p. 12
              14. Death Plot?, p. 13
              15. U.S. Looks for Bang From China Boom, p. 14
              16. Letters, p. 15
              17. Dear Santa by Staughton Lynd, p. 16
              18. Lesson of Guyana Horror by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
              19. Anti-Semitism, Still Strong and Officially Sanctioned, Blights Soviet Society by Peggy Dennis, pp. 17-18
              20. Confession Letters to 'Dad' Jones Tell of Guilt and Fear by David Moberg, pp. 19-20
              21. A Story of Three Medeas by Carol Becker, pp. 21-22
              22. Once upon a Time, the Wizard of Oz Was a Populist Fable by Peter Dreier, pp. 23-24
            13. [+]
              December 27, 1978 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Spanish Scenarist Castigates His Former Comrades by Theo Blomquist, p. 2
              2. Has China Bought Out to the West? by David Milton, p. 3
              3. Catching Up Can't Be Done in Isolation by William L. Parish, p. 3
              4. Harrington for President? by David Moberg, p. 4
              5. Coor's Strike Ends in Bitter Defeat by Timothy Lange, p. 4
              6. Kucinich Doesn't Trust Cleveland Banks by Al Di Franco, p. 5
              7. Mexicans Sat on Oil Secret to Keep U.S. Out by Larry Remer, p. 6
              8. Industry Bungling Leads to Gas Shortage by Robert Scott, pp. 7-8
              9. Mexicans in U.S by Larry Remer, p. 9
              10. Europe Shields Itself From Falling Dollar by Josh Martin, p. 10
              11. Fascist Violence, Basque No-Shows by Casey Blake, pp. 11-14
              12. Better Late Than Never on Human Rights, p. 15
              13. Letters, p. 16
              14. Differing Black Views of Jonestown Tragedy by Manning Marable, p. 17
              15. Marion Barry's Election by Jeff Henig, p. 17
              16. [+]
                Capitalism and the Work Ethic by James B. Gilbert, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                1. Industrialization and the American Labor Movement, 1850-1900 by Irwin Yellowitz
                2. The Work Ethic in Industrial America, 1850-1920 by Daniel T. Rodgers
              17. Duke Basketball by Barry Jacobs, p. 19
              18. Superman Is a Book, Game, Uh, Shirt, Uh... by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
              19. Look Up, It's Superdemocrat! by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
              20. A Bird? A Plane? No, a Nice Boy From Cleveland by Al Di Franco, pp. 21-22
              21. 10 Best 1978 Book N'Reggae by Bruce Dancis, p. 23
              22. Santa Claus Goes South with His Visa Card by Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte, p. 24
        2. [+]
          Issues of 1979 = 47 Issues, 1,171 Articles
        3. [+]
          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
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                      Issues of 1985 = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
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                        Issues of 1986 = 11 Issues, 205 Articles
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                          Issues of 1987 = 28 Issues, 590 Articles
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                            Issues of 1988 = 29 Issues, 612 Articles
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                              Issues of 1989 = 38 Issues, 828 Articles
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                              Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 222 Issues, 4,094 Articles
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                                Issues of 1990 = 28 Issues, 551 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1991 = 14 Issues, 250 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 235 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1993 = 26 Issues, 543 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1994 = 24 Issues, 504 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1995 = 24 Issues, 489 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1996 = 25 Issues, 469 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1997 = 22 Issues, 347 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1998 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1999 = 23 Issues, 350 Articles
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                                                  Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 2001 = 24 Issues, 378 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 2002 = 24 Issues, 348 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 2003 = 22 Issues, 320 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 2004 = 20 Issues, 379 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 2005 = 16 Issues, 284 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 2006 = 12 Issues, 261 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 2007 = 12 Issues, 270 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles