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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 5 Issues, 173 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1977 = 48 Issues, 1,406 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1978 = 50 Issues, 1,303 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1979 = 47 Issues, 1,171 Articles
          2. [+]
            Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 324 Issues, 6,174 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1980 = 37 Issues, 684 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1980 = 11 Issues, 224 Articles
                1. [+]
                  January 9, 1980 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. The Right Wins the Seventies by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. An Arms Budget for Cold War II by Robert Degrasse, p. 3
                  3. The Boston Battle for Campus Rights by Connie Paige, p. 4
                  4. New Unity for Miners by David Molpus, p. 4
                  5. Europe in the '70S by Diana Johnstone, p. 5
                  6. Italy: Kickback Scandal Threatens Direct Oil Purchases by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                  7. Carter Joins OPEC/Oil Company Cartel by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 7
                  8. Came by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                  9. Sihanouk Seeks U.S. Support by Joanna Foley, p. 9
                  10. Letters, p. 10
                  11. Has ITT Overlooked the Politics of Abortion? by Kate Ellis, p. 11
                  12. Left Is Active But Feckless at Health Care Convention by Patrick Lacefield, p. 12
                  13. Best of the Decade by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13
                  14. Women - Work May Be Hazardous to Our Health by Mike Berkowitz, p. 14
                  15. Krassner Predicts by Al Auster, p. 15
                  16. Clancy Sigal by Paul Krassner, p. 15
                  17. Zone of the Exterior by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, p. 16
                2. [+]
                  January 16, 1980 Issue = 24 Articles
                  1. Down and Out with '70s Culture by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. The Chicago Bailout Is a Sellout by David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. OCAW Strikes at 100 Oil Refineries by Timothy Lange, p. 4
                  4. Transit Workers under Attack by David Moberg, p. 5
                  5. N.Y.C. Union Threatens Strike by Joe Conason, pp. 5-6
                  6. Russia Takes on Trouble by Fred Halliday, p. 7
                  7. Europe by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                  8. Iran: Years of Brutality Harden Iranians Against US Appeals by Paul C. Sullivan, p. 9
                  9. Elections in Zimbabwe by "Our South African Correspondent", pp. 10-11
                  10. Life on the Big Screen by Pat Aufderheide, p. 12
                  11. The View from Hollywood by Roger L. Simon and Dyanne Asimow Simon, p. 13
                  12. Interview with Espinosa by Dyanne Asimow Simon, Roger L. Simon, and Pat Aufderheide, ..., p. 14
                  13. Letters, p. 15
                  14. New Outlook Supports a Palestinian State by David Shaham, p. 16
                  15. [+]
                    A Doctor Defrocks Our Secular Priests, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Getting Doctored by Martin Frederick Shapiro
                  16. [+]
                    Heilbroner Provides Insights, Not Explanation by Lynn Turgeon, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Beyond Boom and Crash by Robert L. Heilbroner
                  17. Rudi Dutschke Killed by the Bullets That Kindled German Terrorism by Diana Johnstone, p. 18
                  18. In the Beginning There Was Science by Phillip Johnson, p. 19
                  19. [+]
                    Their Signatures Were Painted Over by Jane Marcus, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. The Obstacle Race by Germaine Greer
                  20. [+]
                    Many Never Signed Their Craft Work by Karen Petersen, p. 21 - 1 Review
                    1. Women Artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1870-1914 by Anthea Callen
                  21. Worker's-Eye View of Shoe City's Past by Rachel C. Kranz, p. 22
                  22. Why Athletes Can't Read by Mark Naison, p. 23
                  23. Krassner Predicts by Paul Krassner, p. 23
                  24. Rius by Gene Bell-Villada, p. 24
                3. [+]
                  January 23, 1980 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. A Starting Place for the Politics of the '80s by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Carter Rekindles Cold War by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Decisive U.N. Vote on Afghan Crisis by Michael Shuster, p. 3
                  4. Labor: Carter Cuts Jobless Benefits by Richard Kazis, p. 4
                  5. Chrysler Pact Sets a Bad Precedent by David Moberg, p. 5
                  6. Campus Politics by Patrick Lacefield, p. 6
                  7. India: Gandhi's Landslide Victory Reflects Voters' Frustration by Mervyn Jones, pp. 7-9
                  8. Letters, p. 10
                  9. Roberta Lynch by Roberta Lynch, p. 11
                  10. The Soviets' Invasion Follows Double Failures by Louis Menashe, p. 12
                  11. The Big Bobsled to Bankruptcy by Rick Ridder, p. 13
                  12. Being the First Woman on the Assembly Line by Al Auster, p. 14
                  13. Marley Sings for Black Unity with Renewed Faith, Energy by Bruce Dancis, p. 14
                  14. [+]
                    Zora Neale Hurston Sought and Found by Barbara Wilson, p. 15 - 1 Review
                    1. I Love Myself When I Am Laughing ... and Then Again When I Am Looking Mean and Impressive by Zora Neale Hurston, Alice Walker, and Mary H. Washington, ...
                  15. Kramer Vs Kramer by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                4. [+]
                  January 30, 1980 Issue = 27 Articles
                  1. Labor's Strategies for the Future by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Carter, Bush Clean Up in the Iowa Caucuses by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Detroit Cancels Rape Lie Tests by Ron Williams, p. 4
                  4. Citizens Party Kicks off Campaign by Ron Williams, p. 5
                  5. National Union Drive Targets DuPont by Dave Lindorff, p. 6
                  6. Prisons by Sydne Silverstein, p. 6
                  7. US Moves Won't Sway Soviets by Fred Halliday, p. 7
                  8. Northern Ireland by Dennis O'Hearn, p. 8
                  9. France by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                  10. An Interview with Admiral Sanguinetti A Veteran of the French High Command Speaks Out o... by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                  11. Woody by Ron Radosh, pp. 12-13
                  12. Letters, p. 14
                  13. [+]
                    Guess What? The Courts Are Political! by Bill Blum, p. 15 - 1 Review
                    1. The Brethren by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong
                  14. [+]
                    Sophie's Choice: Southern Fried Poland by Lawrence Levine, p. 15 - 1 Review
                    1. Sophie's Choice by William Styron
                  15. [+]
                    Socialism for Capital, Competition for Labor by David Moberg, p. 16 - 1 Review
                    1. The Last Entrepreneurs by Robert Goodman
                  16. The Rhodesia Settlement Is Good New for Whites by Chris Mullin, pp. 17-18
                  17. [+]
                    Review In Plain Russian, by Vladimir Voinovich by Kenneth Harper, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. In Plain Russian by Vladimir Voinovich
                  18. [+]
                    Review Secret Rendezvous, by Kobo Abe by Kenneth Harper, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. Secret Rendezvous by Kobo Abe
                  19. [+]
                    Review McCarthy's List, by Mary Mackey by Valerie Miner, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. McCarthy's List by Mary Mackey
                  20. [+]
                    Review Strange Things Happen Here, by Luisa Valenzuela by Kenneth Harper, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Strange Things Happen Here by Luisa Valenzuela
                  21. [+]
                    Review Burger's Daughter, by Nadine Gordimer by Martha Rosen, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Burger's Daughter by Nadine Gordimer
                  22. Concert by Theo Blornguist, p. 21
                  23. End of an Era by Harold Meyerson, p. 22
                  24. Goodbye to the Good Guy by Mari Jo Buhle and Paul Buhle, p. 22
                  25. [+]
                    To the Heart of Hype by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 1 Review
                    1. The Electric Horseman (1979 Film) by Sydney Pollack
                  26. Into the Brain with Ads by Rose K. Goldsen, p. 23
                  27. Bookends, p. 24
                5. [+]
                  February 6, 1980 Issue = 18 Articles
                  1. Carter Moves to Revive the Draft by Jack Colhoun, p. 2
                  2. Youth Response Is Confused, Wary by Judy MacLean, p. 2
                  3. Carter Fudges on Budget Figures by John Judis, p. 3
                  4. Unions by Timothy Lange, p. 4
                  5. Elections by Robert Schaeffer, p. 4
                  6. Shutdowns by Eric Leif Davin, p. 5
                  7. Nuclear Power by Mark Alan Pinsky, p. 6
                  8. Steel Strike Has Political Support by Claris Jones, p. 7
                  9. Israel Hopes to Strengthen U.S. Military Ties by David Mandel, p. 8
                  10. With Tito Failing the Future Is Murky by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                  11. Leonard Boudin by Leonard Boudin, p. 10
                  12. Cavanagh & Kelly by John Cavanagh, p. 11
                  13. [+]
                    Is There a Distinctly Socialist Pedagogy? by Steven Rosswurm, p. 12 - 1 Review
                    1. Studies in Socialist Pedagogy by Theodore Mills Norton and Bertell Ollman
                  14. [+]
                    The Religious Bias of American Socialism by James Livingston, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                    1. Social and Sexual Revolution by Bertell Ollman
                  15. Independent Focus Breaks Tradition in Public Programming by Pat Aufderheide, p. 14
                  16. [+]
                    Comics: Finally, the Freud of Your Dreams by James Livingston, p. 15 - 1 Review
                    1. Freud for Beginners by Richard Appignanesi and Oscar Zarate
                  17. Skag: Pittsburgh Workers Test the Strength of TV's Steel Opera, p. 16
                  18. Skag: An Interview with the Producer, Abby Mann by Anita Alverio, p. 16
                6. [+]
                  February 13, 1980 Issue = 21 Articles
                  1. John Anderson, Last Hope in '80 by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Anti-Klan Coalition Draws Good Crowd to Greensboro by Calvin G. Zon, p. 3
                  3. Committee Probes Government Role in Steel Mergers, Youngstown Closings by Paul Fortney, Jr., p. 3
                  4. In Short, p. 4
                  5. Teachers Strike Over Cutbacks by David Moberg, p. 5
                  6. Armstrong Ends 10-Year Jail Term for Bombing by Stuart Levitan, p. 5
                  7. Health and Safety by Charles Piller, p. 6
                  8. Legislation by Matt Witt, p. 6
                  9. President-Elect Bani Sadr Has a Clear Mandate by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                  10. The Euromissile Debate Continues by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                  11. NDP Gains May Cut into Liberal Party Election Victory by Eric Lee, pp. 9-14
                  12. Socialist Realism Meets Pious Hypocrisy, p. 15
                  13. Letters, p. 16
                  14. Roberta Lynch, p. 17
                  15. Plant Closings Are Good Business, But Bad News by Peter Dreier, p. 18
                  16. It's a Long, Cold War on the Playing Fields by Clayton Riley, p. 19
                  17. Bill Walton's New Image Has Shaky Success by Bob Edelman, pp. 19-20
                  18. Pop Sounds Drum Out Polyphony by Don Reid and Holly Russell, p. 21
                  19. [+]
                    A TV Horror Story by Pat Aufderheide, p. 22 - 1 Review
                    1. Bleeding between the Lines by Eliot Asinof
                  20. Folk Music by Emily Friedman, p. 23
                  21. From Marx to Moon by Bruce Dancis, p. 24
                7. [+]
                  February 20, 1980 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Ronald Reagan Can't Solve the Goldwater Problem by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Tough Talk in Steel Industry by David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. The Draft by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                  4. Maine Caucuses by Russ Christensen and Burt Hatlen, p. 4
                  5. Congress by Beth Bogart, p. 5
                  6. New Strain Put on Fragile East-West Ties by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                  7. Black Workers Win Strike against Ford by "Our South African Correspondent", p. 7
                  8. Argentina's Sales to Russia Defy U.S. Embargo by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                  9. Economic Issues May Be Decisive in Israeli Elections Next Year by David Mandel, p. 9
                  10. Letters, p. 10
                  11. David Ost by David Ost, p. 11
                  12. Working Americans Pay for the Dollar's Rescue by James Livingston and Lawrence Lynn, p. 12
                  13. Rollin and Tumblin by Jay Walljasper, p. 13
                  14. [+]
                    Movies: Winning Through Misunderstanding by Pat Aufderheide, p. 14 - 1 Review
                    1. Being There (1979 Film) by Hal Ashby
                  15. [+]
                    Art and Science of Basketball by Mark Naison, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                    1. Second Wind by Bill Russell and Taylor Branch
                  16. Sonia & the Elders by Eric Leif Davin, p. 16
                8. [+]
                  February 27, 1980 Issue = 23 Articles
                  1. Gas Rationing and Price Controls Are Gaining Support by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Do Many Wrongs Make a Right? by James Warton, p. 3
                  3. Carter's Cautious Policy on Nuclear Waste Won't Let States Veto Storage Sites by Richard P. Pollock, p. 3
                  4. In Short, p. 4
                  5. Miller Again under Scrutiny for Role in Textron Pay-Offs by Robert Howard, p. 5
                  6. Prisons by Arturo Sandoval, p. 6
                  7. Regulation by Judy Sarasohn, p. 6
                  8. Liberal Party Wins and Easy Victory by Doug Smith, pp. 7-8
                  9. Vietnam Revises Economic Plans to Hasten Recovery by John Spragens, Jr., p. 9
                  10. Revolution from Above by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                  11. Old School Ties by John Judis, pp. 12-13
                  12. Letters, p. 14
                  13. A Fundamental Duality in the Black Experience by Manning Marable, p. 15
                  14. A Realistic Alternative to Carter's Policies Is Needed by Neil Kotler, p. 16
                  15. Cambodian Relief Is Being Used to Bolster Pol Pot by Susan George, pp. 17-18
                  16. Roxbury Women Play Champion Basketball by Anita Diamant, p. 19
                  17. Bookends Readers' Favorite Books from the '70s, p. 20
                  18. Music: The Left Wing of New Wave Rock Grows by Bruce Dancis, p. 21
                  19. [+]
                    Movies: Gay Life Is All Leather for Cruising by Jay Merit, p. 21 - 1 Review
                    1. Cruising (1980 Film) by William Friedkin
                  20. Steelworkers Slam Skag by Russell W. Gibbons, p. 22
                  21. [+]
                    The Business of Organized Charity Is Big Business by Joseph Barbato, p. 22 - 1 Review
                    1. Charity U.S.A. by Carl Bakal
                  22. Television by Albert Auster, p. 23
                  23. The Army Is Looking for a Few White Men by Joseph Kelley, p. 24
                9. [+]
                  March 5, 1980 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Byrne Battles Union to Preserve Clout by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Primary Truths by John Judis, pp. 3-4
                  3. Court Reinstates Abortion Funding by Joanna Foley, p. 5
                  4. New Coalitions Formed to Fight Utility Shutoffs by John Cameron and George Wood, p. 5
                  5. The University Is Not a Factory by David Sprintzen, p. 6
                  6. Breton Village Resists Nuclear Plant by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                  7. New Currency Takes Israel by Surprise by David Mandel, p. 7
                  8. Tito Leaves a Strong Legacy by Bogdan Denitch, p. 8
                  9. Central America by Christine Dugas, p. 9
                  10. Opposition Groups Declare Joint Action by Jose-Manuel Navarro, p. 9
                  11. Letters, p. 10
                  12. Lessons from the History of Women at Work by Louise Tilly, p. 11
                  13. Letters, p. 12
                  14. "This Program Was Not Made Possible..." by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13
                  15. Back Talk by Lester Rodney, pp. 14-15
                  16. Crystal Lee by Eric Leif Davin, p. 16
                10. [+]
                  March 12, 1980 Issue = 26 Articles
                  1. Does Labor Need the Teamsters? by Steve Early, p. 2
                  2. Anderson's Independents by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Gut Issues Spur Kennedy Comeback, p. 3
                  4. In Short by Timothy Lange, p. 4
                  5. The Black Agenda Slights Strategy by Ron Walters, p. 5
                  6. The Mayor Stonewalls Chicago Firefighters by David Moberg, p. 5
                  7. Equal Time for Union-Busting Firms by Richard Kazis, p. 6
                  8. Reactor Licensing Resumes Despite New String of Mishaps by Lili Francklyn, p. 7
                  9. Supreme Court Upholds Workers' Right to Refuse Work They Believe Is Unsafe by Robert Howard, p. 7
                  10. Whites in South Are "Twitchy" by Charlotte Dennett, p. 8
                  11. Mozambique Has Paid a Price by Allen Isaacman and Barbara Isaacman, p. 9
                  12. Italian Anti-Communists Exploit Russian Actions by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                  13. The Late Train Robbery by Mark Schapiro, p. 11
                  14. Amtrak Sues Southern Pacific by Danny Biggs and Joel Parker #2, p. 12
                  15. Feeding the Highway Habit by Glenn Yago, pp. 13-14
                  16. Letters, p. 15
                  17. 42nd St. Porn Shop Tour Belies Simplistic Views by Kate Ellis, p. 16
                  18. [+]
                    Admiring but Revealing Story of the CIA's Airline by Jack Colhoun, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
                    1. Air America by Christopher Robbins
                  19. The Three Mile Island Fallout by Ernest Sternglass, p. 19
                  20. [+]
                    Lots of Trees, but No Forest by Laura Shapiro, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Vida by Marge Piercy
                  21. The 60s in Song Is Dead, Except for Paxton by Emily Friedman, p. 20
                  22. Short Notice, p. 21
                  23. Obstacle Race Is a Hard Book to Swallow by Maureen Mullarkey, p. 22
                  24. [+]
                    Their Signatures Were Painted over by Jane Marcus, p. 22 - 1 Review
                    1. The Obstacle Race by Germaine Greer
                  25. Columbo Can Tell the Difference by Rose K. Goldsen, pp. 22-23
                  26. Theatre of Public Life by Joel Schechter, p. 24
                11. [+]
                  March 26, 1980 Issue = 21 Articles
                  1. Chappaquiddick Is Crucial to Kennedy Losses by Debbie Goldman and John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Liberals Fail to Offer Alternative by David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. In Short by David Moberg, p. 4
                  4. Compromise Windfall Profits Bill Avoids Spending Issue by Robert Howard, p. 5
                  5. Lettuce Strike Continues by Sam Kushner, p. 6
                  6. Jurors Who Acquitted Ford Wouldn't Drive a Pinto by James Warren, p. 6
                  7. Proposed 'Venting' of TMI Reactor Raises New Fears by Greg Moyer, p. 7
                  8. Court to Rule on Youngstown Closings by Eric Leif Davin, p. 8
                  9. Carter Moves to "Unleash" the CIA by Robert A. Manning, p. 8
                  10. Khomeini Works to Build a Unified Political Authority by Fred Halliday, pp. 9-10
                  11. Marchais' Past Is Once Again an Issue by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                  12. A Try to Boost Confidence by Inducing a New Recession, p. 14
                  13. Letters, p. 15
                  14. Beware the Wrath of the Formerly Docile by Blase Bonpane, p. 16
                  15. Mass Transit Money Is Still Going to Highways by Joe Kolman, p. 17
                  16. French Citizens' Actions Win Major Transit Improvements by Chester Hartman, pp. 17-18
                  17. Women's Rocky Second Year by Vicky O'Hara, p. 19
                  18. Beyond the Virgin, the Sexpot and Sufferer by Bruce Dancis, p. 20
                  19. [+]
                    Breaking the Silence about Unemployment by Rachel Kranz, p. 21 - 1 Review
                    1. Not Working by Harry Maurer
                  20. Jews and Palestinians, All Women by Peggy Dennis, pp. 22-23
                  21. Courage of a Poet by Muriel Rukeyser, p. 24
              2. [+]
                Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1980 = 8 Issues, 130 Articles
                1. [+]
                  April 2, 1980 Issue = 13 Articles
                  1. Ohio Steelworkers Lose Court Fight by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Budget Fever Grips Congress by Richard Kazis, p. 3
                  3. Anti-Draft March Sends a Message by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                  4. Bay Area Plans Two-Day Teach-In by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 4
                  5. New York to Carter by John Judis, p. 5
                  6. Hebron Settlement Issue May Topple Begin Government by David Mandel, p. 6
                  7. Gulf States Must Plan for the Time When the Oil Runs Dry by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-10
                  8. Letters, p. 11
                  9. Carter Is Using Starving People to Aid Pol Pot by Paul E. Shannon, p. 12
                  10. Carter-Reagan Race Can Give Citizens Party Space by John Judis, p. 13
                  11. Raiders' Move Challenges NFL Monopoly by Alan Ramo, p. 14
                  12. [+]
                    New Left Meets Mark Twain in This New Novel by Gene Bell-Villada, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                    1. Don't Mind Dying by Steven Chapple
                  13. Dying Testimony by Jon Kalish, p. 16
                2. [+]
                  April 23, 1980 Issue = 22 Articles
                  1. An Interview with Barry Commoner by John Judis and David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Citizens Launch "Second Party" by John Judis and David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. In Short, p. 4
                  4. Radiation Victims Come Together in a Public Forum by Mike Jendrzejczyk and Pam Solo, p. 5
                  5. Union Wins Modest Gains in Steel Talks by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                  6. Let Exxon and Westinghouse Plan Your Energy Future by David Mazie, p. 7
                  7. Permanent State of Siege in Colombia by Arthur Allen, p. 8
                  8. New Pressures on Iraqi Government by Fred Halliday, p. 9
                  9. Metalworkers' Strike Tests Brazil's New Liberal Pose by Bonnie Potter, pp. 10-11
                  10. Women Battle the Banks by Anita Alverio and Eric Leif Davin, p. 12
                  11. Future Shock in the Office by Diana Johnstone, p. 13
                  12. Space Age Sweat Shops by Pat Aufderheide, p. 14
                  13. Our Tow Parties Are Sick and Tired, p. 15
                  14. Letters, p. 16
                  15. Five Years Later the Myth of Indochina Is Revived by Susan Cowell, p. 17
                  16. A Real Revolution Needs No Foreign Military Help by Giuseppe Boffa, p. 17
                  17. California's Whiz Kid Pol Runs Head on into Reality by John Judis, p. 18
                  18. "Hippy Agent" Found FBI More Dangerous Than Suspects by Jeff Cohen, pp. 19-20
                  19. These Movies Give Us the Drama of Real Life by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
                  20. [+]
                    Definitive History of Hollywood Politics by Alvah Bessie, p. 22 - 1 Review
                    1. The Inquisition in Hollywood by Larry Ceplair and Steven Englund
                  21. [+]
                    Brecht's Collected Poems 'Sing' about the Dark Times by Joel Schechter, p. 23 - 1 Review
                    1. Bertolt Brecht: Poems 1913-1956 by John Willett, Ralph Manheim, and Bertolt Brecht
                  22. Bread & Roses by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                3. [+]
                  April 30, 1980 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Shutdowns Inflict Massive Social Cost by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Carter Takes a Stand for Votes by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Connecticut Passes a Tax on Big Oil's Profits by Dan Marschall and Tom Corrigan, p. 4
                  4. Harvester Workers Stop Erosion by David Moberg, p. 4
                  5. Labor Gives Kennedy a Small Edge by David Moberg, p. 5
                  6. After 30 Years of War and Five of Peace, Vietnam Still Suffers by Chris Mullin, p. 6
                  7. Qathafi Decrees Direct Self-Rule by Chester Hartman, p. 7
                  8. Union Want to Produce Less Oil by Chester Hartman, p. 7
                  9. Otelo de Carvalho Is Fighting to Save Democracy by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                  10. Letters, p. 10
                  11. Community Organizing and Political Engagement by Bob Ross, pp. 11-12
                  12. Is Soviet Military Strength Greater than American? by Steven Johnson, pp. 13-14
                  13. Trials of Alger Hiss Recaptures Hysteria of the McCarthy Era by Adam Nussenbaum, p. 15
                  14. The Optimism of Jean-Paul Sartre by Diana Johnstone, p. 16
                4. [+]
                  May 14, 1980 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. Mystery Surrounds 'Fifth Column' in Iran by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 2
                  2. Anderson Camp Has Two Views on the Economy by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. The Pentagon Plays Hide and Seek by Robert Howard, p. 4
                  4. Populist Takes on the Oil and Gas Elite by Matthew Lyon, p. 5
                  5. Nation's Poor Face "Foodless June" by Richard Kazis, p. 6
                  6. U.S. Promoted Civil War in Lebanon by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                  7. South Africa by "Our South Africa Correspondent", pp. 8-9
                  8. Runaway Factories Are Also a Civil Rights Issue by Gregory D. Squires, p. 10
                  9. [+]
                    U.S. Dominican Policy: "Out of Touch with Reality" by Henry Berger, p. 11 - 1 Review
                    1. The Dominican Crisis by Piero Gleijeses
                  10. [+]
                    Visions of the Future in Freud's Vienna by Ulf Zimmermann, p. 12 - 1 Review
                    1. Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: Politics and Culture by Carl E. Schorske
                  11. On Company Business Lets CIA Indict Itself by Michael Gallantz, p. 12
                  12. Saints Meet Sinners at New Orleans Jazzfest by Don McLeese, pp. 13-16
                5. [+]
                  May 21, 1980 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. John Anderson's Lincoln Strategy by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Spirited March but No Vote in Illinois by Lee Aitken, p. 3
                  3. Desert Residents Don't Want the MX for a Neighbor by Robert Howard, p. 3
                  4. In Short, p. 4
                  5. Long-Delayed Toxic Waste Regulations Are Full of Holes by Marchant Wentworth, pp. 5-6
                  6. T.A. Strike Ends at Wisconsin Campus by Keenan Peck, p. 7
                  7. Labor: California's Union Carpenters Face New Open-Shop Offensive by Hugh DeLacy, p. 8
                  8. Rightwing Clerics Escalate Attacks on the Iranian Left by Fred Halliday, p. 9
                  9. Few Surprised by West Bank Attack by David Mandel, p. 10
                  10. Famine Stalks Kampuchean Recovery by Chris Mullin, p. 11
                  11. The Vision of John Berger by Richard Appignanesi, Leonard Quart, and Pat Aufderheide, ..., pp. 12-13
                  12. [+]
                    The Printed Word by Pat Aufderheide, p. 14 - 2 Reviews
                    1. About Looking by John Berger
                    2. The Success and Failure of Picasso by John Berger
                  13. It's Time for Political Realignment, p. 15
                  14. Letters, p. 16
                  15. Can the Desertion of Public Schools Be Stepped? by Norm Fruchter, p. 17
                  16. Behind the Lines, p. 18
                  17. [+]
                    Are U.S. Policy Makers Cutting Europe Loose? by William Burr, p. 18 - 1 Review
                    1. NATO's Unremarked Demise by Earl C. Ravenal
                  18. Union Organizing for Ballet's Rank and File by Eric Leif Davin, p. 19
                  19. Lawrence 1912-1980 by Peter Perl, pp. 20-22
                6. [+]
                  May 28, 1980 Issue = 11 Articles
                  1. Will California Stick It to Jarvis, Landlords, Big Oil? by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Miami and the Fire This Time by Manning Marable, p. 3
                  3. Labor and Blacks Back Laurel Strike by Steve Askin, p. 4
                  4. Economic Fears Sway Quebec Voters by Larry Black, p. 5
                  5. Europe's Socialists Target Arms Race by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                  6. The Car Crash by David Moberg, pp. 7-10
                  7. Cuba's Refugees Are Both Economic and Political by Michael Rivas, p. 11
                  8. Women Writers Are Taking Today's Rare Creative Risks by Roberta Lynch, p. 12
                  9. Folk Festivals Flower in North by Emily Friedman, pp. 13-14
                  10. [+]
                    Spooks, Thugs, the CIA and a Joyride in Jamaica by Gene Bell-Villada, p. 15 - 1 Review
                    1. The Breadfruit Lotteries by Richard M. Elman
                  11. The Vision of John Berger by Richard Appignanesi, Leonard Quart, and Pat Aufderheide, ..., pp. 16-20
                7. [+]
                  June 4, 1980 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. New Therapy Treats Workplace Stress by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Unions Tackle 'Bankers' Budget' by David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. In Short by Fred Clarkson, Susan Jaffe, Pat Aufderheide, and Jim Weinstein, ..., p. 4
                  4. Florida Justice Had Failed for Years by Manning Marable, pp. 5-6
                  5. Riots Challenge Martial Law in Korea by David Fleishman and Lee Aitken, pp. 7-8
                  6. Israel by David Mandel, p. 9
                  7. South Africa by James North, p. 10
                  8. France by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                  9. War Games by David Helvarg, pp. 12-13
                  10. Miami Is Not a Return to the '60s, p. 14
                  11. Letters, p. 15
                  12. [+]
                    A Plan for Pulling Together in the '80s by G. William Domhoff, pp. 16-17 - 1 Review
                    1. Economic Democracy by Martin Carnoy and Derek Shearer
                  13. The Selling of the Airwaves by Paul D'Ari, p. 18
                  14. The Selling of the Audience by Pat Aufderheide, p. 18
                  15. The Buying of the Sponsor by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                  16. Artistic Control and Records Too by Bruce Dancis, pp. 20-23
                  17. Memoirs of Underdevelopment by Jean Franco, p. 24
                8. [+]
                  June 18, 1980 Issue = 22 Articles
                  1. UAW Sees New Faces but Few New Ideas by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. The Big Fight over Chicken Feed by Robert Howard, p. 3
                  3. N.Y. Unions Silence Safety Complaints by Susan Jaffe, p. 4
                  4. Are Pro-Nuke Unions Willing to Strike a Deal with the Devil? by Maureen Weaver, p. 5
                  5. Feeble Smiles at the State Dep't. by Lee Aitken and Pat Aufderheide, p. 6
                  6. The Anti-Castro Welcome Wagon by Lee Aitken and Pat Aufderheide, p. 6
                  7. Arriving Like a Refugee by Nick Welsh, pp. 7-8
                  8. Exiled West Bank Mayors Make Their Case to Americans by Ellen Cantarow, pp. 9-10
                  9. France Cold-Shoulders Polish Pope by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                  10. Death of the Party by John Judis, pp. 12-13
                  11. Great Budget-Balancing Act Presented by Public Enemies, p. 14
                  12. Letters, p. 15
                  13. [+]
                    The New Church in Latin America by Blase Bonpane, p. 16 - 1 Review
                    1. Cry of the People by Penny Lernoux
                  14. [+]
                    An Ounce of Prevention... by Samuel Epstein, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. The Cancer Syndrome by Ralph W. Moss
                  15. [+]
                    Business vs. Health and Safety by Patrick Lacefield, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Business War on the Law by Mark Green and Norman Waitzman
                  16. An Enemy of the People by Robert K. Musil, pp. 18-19
                  17. [+]
                    Insiders' Documentary of a Strike by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Taylor Chain (1980 Film) by Taylor Chain
                  18. Meet a Leftist in Office by David Moberg, p. 20
                  19. Nostalgia of Jewish Anarchism by Victor Treschan, p. 21
                  20. Dramatic Heritage of a Pro-Labor Priest by Russell W. Gibbons, pp. 21-22
                  21. Satire Throws Terror into U.S. Officials by Joel Schechter, p. 23
                  22. Nobody Makes Good Time Music for Hard Times Like the Selecter by Don McLeese, p. 24
              3. [+]
                Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1980 = 7 Issues, 141 Articles
                1. [+]
                  July 2, 1980 Issue = 23 Articles
                  1. Gov. Reagan Joins the Establishment by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. In Search of Peace with Iran by Margherita Pagni, p. 3
                  3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth and David Moberg, p. 4
                  4. ERA Suffers Another Setback in Long-Running Illinois Farce by Lee Aitken, p. 4
                  5. Safety First in New York by David Moberg, p. 4
                  6. Nader Troops Raid Hollywood by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                  7. U.S. Okays Release of Radioactive Gas by Greg Moyer, p. 5
                  8. Civil Rights by Manning Marable, p. 6
                  9. Citizens Party Seeks 5 Percent Solution by John Judis, pp. 7-8
                  10. Sabotage, Protests and Strikes Challenge the Botha Regime by James North, p. 9
                  11. ANC Takes Militant Lead by James North, pp. 9-10
                  12. Europe by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                  13. Letters, p. 14
                  14. Corporate Power Brings Disastrous 'Lean Years' by Peter Kornbluh, p. 15
                  15. Chase Helped, U.S. Hurt by Iranian Fund Freeze by Mark Hulbert, p. 16
                  16. [+]
                    Poetry and Quilts Show Women's Art as Work by Jane Marcus, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. In Her Own Image by Elaine Hedges and Ingrid Wendt
                  17. [+]
                    Message of '60s Was Trivialized by the Media-Movement Dance by Gaye Tuchman, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. The Whole World is Watching by Todd Gitlin
                  18. [+]
                    Strong Watched, World Changed by Peggy Dennis, p. 18 - 1 Review
                    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
                  19. A Seven-Hour Attack on Hitler and Hollywood by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                  20. Graham Parker's Honesty Revives Rock by Bruce Dancis, p. 20
                  21. Disco: Not All Subcultures Are Created Equal by Tom Smucker, pp. 20-23
                  22. Prime Time Lockout by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                  23. How to Avoid the Issues by Naomi Glauberman, p. 24
                2. [+]
                  July 16, 1980 Issue = 28 Articles
                  1. The Shortcomings of "Zero-Sum" Logic by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. New Policies for Hard Times by David Moberg, p. 3
                  3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  4. And Now, Free Water for the Richest Families by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  5. Steelworkers Rally for Jobs by Dan La Botz, p. 4
                  6. PBS' Private Enterprise by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                  7. Equal Rights May Scuttle Registration by Josh Kornbluth, p. 5
                  8. Marchers for Gay Pride by Scott Tucker, p. 5
                  9. Women's Rights by Joanna Foley, p. 6
                  10. Health Hazards by Debbie Goldman and Jerome Rubin, p. 7
                  11. New Yorkers Say the Trucks Won't Roll by David Singer, pp. 7-8
                  12. Exiles Scheme against Imam by Fred Halliday, p. 9
                  13. Apocalypse by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                  14. Mitterrand May Sit This One Out by D.J., p. 10
                  15. "Once More War Is Thinkable" by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                  16. Moving Mountains by Thomas F.K. Howard, pp. 12-13
                  17. Recession Imperils Small Press, p. 14
                  18. Letters, p. 15
                  19. Energy Transition Will Change the Coal Industry by Rand Smith, p. 16
                  20. [+]
                    In Cold Blood, or Why CIA Must Be Destroyed by Jeff Stein, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Assassination on Embassy Row by John Dinges and Saul Landau
                  21. [+]
                    Herculine - Was She or Wasn't He? by Pat Aufderheide, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Herculine Barbin by Michel Foucault
                  22. [+]
                    Big Picture on the Energy War by Eden Clorfene, pp. 17-18 - 1 Review
                    1. Energy War by Harvey Wasserman
                  23. Microwave Victims Organize by Patrick May, p. 19
                  24. Sexuality by Kate Ellis, p. 20
                  25. Are Movies No Good - or Is It the Recession? by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
                  26. [+]
                    Music: Reviving the Real Country Song by Ron Radosh, pp. 21-22 - 1 Review
                    1. Folk and Country Songs of the FDR Years by Roy Berkeley and Tim Woodbridge
                  27. Music: Emmylou Recreates Spirit of Country by Rick Ridder, p. 23
                  28. American, p. 24
                3. [+]
                  July 30, 1980 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Can We Save America... or Only $36 a Year? by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Unconventional Republicans by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  4. Non-Registrants May Face Jail Term and Fine by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  5. New Yorkers Protest Sign-Up by Susan Jaffe, p. 4
                  6. Feminists Avoid a Direct Showdown by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                  7. Reagan Seeks to Win Black Support by Manning Marable, p. 5
                  8. Delegates Satirize Themselves by John Judis, p. 6
                  9. Can Alcohol Pose an Alternative to Liquid Fossil Fuels? by Rich Carlson, p. 7
                  10. No, It Would Cost Too Much by Charles Washburn, p. 7
                  11. The '70 OSHA Act Offers Little Safety by John T. O'Connor, p. 8
                  12. U.S. Backs a New Oppressive Regime in South Korea by David Fleishman, p. 9
                  13. Sri-Lanka by Susan George, pp. 10-11
                  14. French Unions Promote Mxity by Diana Johnstone, pp. 12-24
                4. [+]
                  August 13, 1980 Issue = 23 Articles
                  1. Carter's Problem by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Tax Cuts Supply Higher Profits by Robert Howard, p. 3
                  3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth and Mike Berkowitz, p. 4
                  4. Church & State Vs. Gay Rights by Cliff Welch, p. 4
                  5. Hollywood Actors Demand Cut of Home Box Office Take by Pat Aufderheide, p. 5
                  6. 1980 Black Hills Survival Gathering by William K. Tabb, p. 6
                  7. The Indians Beat Custer, But His Legacy Is Threatening the Black Hills' Chances of Surv... by Laurie Kirby, p. 7
                  8. Socialists Vote to Pursue a Merger by James Weinstein, p. 8
                  9. Assassination by Peter Kornbluh, p. 8
                  10. Kurds' Long, Difficult Way by Gerard Chaliand, p. 9
                  11. Iran's Shah by Gerard Chaliand, p. 9
                  12. There Will Be No Return to 'Normal' by James North, p. 10
                  13. The Illegal Polish Mimeo Machine Free Speech Victory by Eric Ilee, pp. 11-13
                  14. Letters, p. 14
                  15. Behind the Lines, p. 15
                  16. Vietnam Invades to Halt Infiltration by Jayne Werner, p. 16
                  17. Convention Will Pose Issue of Black Survival by Manning Marable, p. 17
                  18. The Cuban Pitcher and the Lifelong Fan by Gerald Peary, p. 18
                  19. Life Is a Carnival-Not a Mechanical Bull by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                  20. Music: They Can't Get No Satisfaction by Don McLeese, p. 20
                  21. Movies: High Noon for "Cowboys of the Skies" by Janet Coffman, p. 20
                  22. Public TV by Beth Bogart, pp. 21-23
                  23. Exiled in the Fatherland by Diana Johnstone, p. 24
                5. [+]
                  August 27, 1980 Issue = 21 Articles
                  1. Feminist Coalition Faces Down the Carter Campaign by Jo Freeman, p. 2
                  2. Democrats Endorse Recession by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Left Democrats Need Strategy by David Moberg, pp. 4-5
                  4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 6
                  5. Get Out of El Salvador,' Ex-Junta Members Tell U.S. by Carole Collins, p. 6
                  6. Citizens Party Gets on Ballots by Josh Kornbluth, pp. 6-7
                  7. Justice by Patricia MacKay, p. 8
                  8. Leader of Korean Opposition Goes on Trial for His Life by David Fleishman, p. 9
                  9. "Modified Capitalism" by David Fleishman, p. 9
                  10. Labor History by Eric Foner, pp. 10-12
                  11. Cuba's Stance on Gays by Ann Ferguson, p. 13
                  12. As Healthy as the Rest of Us by Max Gordon, p. 14
                  13. You Can Go Home Again by Pat Aufderheide, p. 14
                  14. Left Must Go to the Districts, p. 15
                  15. Letters, p. 16
                  16. Feminism Makes Its Mark at the Convention, p. 17
                  17. [+]
                    The Many Faces of Eva by Geoffrey Fox, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                    1. Evita by Mary Main
                    2. The Return of Eva Peron by V.S. Naipaul
                    3. Eva Peron by Julie M. Taylor
                  18. [+]
                    Finally, GI Victims of Radiation Can Know the Truth by Harvey Wasserman, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. Atomic Soldiers by Howard L. Rosenberg
                  19. Lessons of Life in a Mountain Village. by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                  20. Progress Threatens Culture of Survival. by John Berger, pp. 20-23
                  21. A Deep Vein of Hostility by J.W. Williamson, p. 24
                6. [+]
                  September 17, 1980 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. Another Setback for Boston Schools by Connie Paige, p. 2
                  2. A Maverick Beats a Millionaire by Joe Conason, p. 3
                  3. The Debate at Home on Palestine Rights by Peter Kornbluh, p. 4
                  4. Machinists Talk Socialism by David Moberg, p. 5
                  5. Banks Bleed British Economy by Chris Mullin, p. 6
                  6. Hardliners Have the Upper Hand in Iran's New Cabinet by Fred Halliday, p. 7
                  7. A Suitable Job for a Woman by Georgia Christgau, pp. 8-13
                  8. Letters, p. 14
                  9. Is the USSR Nosing Ahead in Arms Race? by David T. Johnson, p. 15
                  10. [+]
                    Agenda for the '80s by David Moberg, p. 16 - 1 Review
                    1. Decade of Decision by Michael Harrington
                  11. Steps to an Ecology of Gregory Bateson by Terence Turner, p. 17
                  12. The Return of the Mural by Jennifer Benepe, p. 18
                7. [+]
                  September 24, 1980 Issue = 20 Articles
                  1. State and Local Races Key to Republican Plan by Phillip Johnson, p. 2
                  2. Looking for Space in the Center by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Fired Organizer Sues Seattle Electric Utility by Kay Lee and Sandy Nelson, p. 4
                  4. Schools Admit Non-Citizens by Gray McBride, p. 4
                  5. Voters Unswayed by Church Appeal by Connie Paige, p. 5
                  6. Klan Rally Disrupts New England Town by David Morse, p. 6
                  7. Other Workers Follow Gdansk Lead by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                  8. Violence Mars Reform Programs by David Helvarg, pp. 9-10
                  9. Cracking Campus Cynicism by David Moberg, pp. 11-14
                  10. Who Benefits from Big Government?, p. 15
                  11. DSOC Program Goes Well Beyond Left Liberals by James B. Chapin, p. 16
                  12. Peoples Convention Was Treated Unfairly by Ted Gllck, p. 16
                  13. Labor Confronts Monopoly in the Post-Civil War Days by Alan Dawley, p. 17
                  14. [+]
                    How to Play the Game by Jim Chapin, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                    1. The Permanent Campaign by Sidney Blumenthal
                    2. Playing to Win by Jeff Greenfield
                  15. [+]
                    I Was a Spy for the Dulles Gang by Edward Gold, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. Ropes of Sand by Wilbur Crane Eveland
                  16. Drugs and the Hero by Rick Ridder, p. 20
                  17. Unions Find all Ad Dollars are Not Equal by Robert Spaulding, p. 20
                  18. Frustration of Youth in '70s Italy by Diana Johnstone, p. 20
                  19. The Pretty Good Santini by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                  20. Disorienting by Jon Spayde, p. 24
              4. [+]
                Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1980 = 11 Issues, 189 Articles
                1. [+]
                  October 1, 1980 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. Reagan's Advisers Juggle "Facts" by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Congress O.K.s New Nerve Gas Plant by Robert Howard, p. 3
                  3. Pontiac Inmates Face Mass Trial by Judy Levine, p. 4
                  4. Grassroots Coalition Pays Off by Peter Dreier, p. 5
                  5. Court Reverses Letelier Convictions by John Dinges, p. 6
                  6. Unrest Spreads in the Philippines by A. Lin Neumann, p. 7
                  7. Ballot Fight Educates Voters by Dennis Bailey, p. 8
                  8. Cost Overruns Are Business as Usual by George DuVall, p. 9
                  9. Letters, p. 10
                  10. Roberta Lynch, p. 11
                  11. Socialist Party Candidacy Is Not a 'Fool's Errand" by David McReynolds, p. 11
                  12. The Rise and Fall of Socialist Electoral Politics in the 1900s by Paul Buhle, p. 12
                  13. [+]
                    Scarcity and the Angry Citizen by William K. Tabb, p. 13 - 1 Review
                    1. The Lean Years by Richard J. Barnet
                  14. [+]
                    Nice Guys Finish Film by Don McLeese, p. 14 - 1 Review
                    1. No Nukes (1980 Film) by Daniel Goldberg, Anthony Potenza, and Julian Schlossberg, ...
                  15. [+]
                    Class Wars at Finishing School by Rachel Kranz, p. 14 - 1 Review
                    1. The Getting of Wisdom (1977 Film) by Bruce Beresford
                  16. [+]
                    Schoolhouse on the Prairie, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                    1. Don't Shoot the Teacher (1980 Film) by Silvio Narizzano
                  17. [+]
                    The Empire of Information by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16 - 1 Review
                    1. The Geopolitics of Information by Anthony Smith
                2. [+]
                  October 8, 1980 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. Do Independent Reagan Committees Violate the Law? by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. A War of Nationalist Ambitions by Fred Halliday, p. 3
                  3. Chicago Schools Tiptoe Toward Desegregation by David Moberg, p. 4
                  4. OSHA Fines California Docs by George Thurlow, p. 4
                  5. Residents Battle Planned Pipeline by David Mathiason, p. 4
                  6. Libertarians Mix Left, Right by John Judis, p. 5
                  7. Angola Ban May Be Lifted by Jim Khatami, p. 6
                  8. Actors Winding up 'The Longest Strike' by Nicole Szule, p. 7
                  9. Harlem Fights to Save a Hospital by Joanna Foley, p. 8
                  10. Chun Tightens Noose on Kim by David Fleishman, p. 9
                  11. Britain Locks into a Nuclear Future by Naa Koltnow, p. 10
                  12. Coal Is Key to China's Future by Curtis Seltzer, pp. 11-13
                  13. Does George Bush Sanction Terrorism?, p. 14
                  14. Letters, p. 15
                  15. The Iraqi-Iranian War Will Test Khomeini's Rule by Leonard Helfgott, p. 16
                  16. The Polish Strikes Will Not Set off Hungary by Jim Cohen, p. 17
                  17. The Farmer-Labor Party's Legacy to the Socialist Left, pp. 18-19
                  18. [+]
                    Inside Iran with the CIA by Edward Gold, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Countercoup: The Struggle for Control of Iran by Kermit Roosevelt
                  19. Soap Opera of Slavery Stirs Public Protest by Clyde Taylor, pp. 21-24
                3. [+]
                  October 15, 1980 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. All Recessions are Not the Same by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. New Right Blitz May Backfire by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. George McGovern Sticks to His Guns by John Judis, p. 3
                  4. Now Takes Aim at the Reagan Ticket by Linda Rocawich, p. 4
                  5. The Biggest Fear Was Strauss by Diana Johnstone, p. 5
                  6. Democratic Reforms Pressed at Labour Party Conference by Arthur Lipow, p. 6
                  7. Benn Disputes the Media Image of Left "Outsiders" by Karen Rosenberg, p. 7
                  8. Rd the Riveter Retie by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 8-10
                  9. Letters, pp. 11-12
                  10. Krishnas Disrupted by Police Gun Raid by George Thurlow, p. 13
                  11. Playing for Time, or the Measures Not Taken by Lee Baxandall, pp. 14-15
                  12. Women Talking Union by Laura Batt, p. 16
                4. [+]
                  October 22, 1980 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. Miller Speaks for Herself on Labor's Highest Board by Jo Freeman, pp. 1-2
                  2. Liberals Lag in House and Senate Races by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Machinists Make a Point by David Moberg, p. 4
                  4. Leftist Parties Get Some Respect by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  5. Gay Arrests Haunt Two Reps by John Judis, p. 4
                  6. Klan Defendants Take the Stand by Patricia MacKay, p. 5
                  7. Commoner Dares to Call It 'Bullshit' by David Moberg, pp. 6-8
                  8. 800 Unionists Give the Lie to Labor's Rigid Pro-Nuke Image by Harvey Wasserman, p. 9
                  9. Rebels Put Down Rural Roots by A. Lin Neumann, pp. 10-13
                  10. Playing with Fire in the Middle East, p. 14
                  11. Letters, p. 15
                  12. The Co-Op Movement is Still Small, But Growing Rapidly by John Magney, p. 16
                  13. The Greek Left Marches to New, Different Tunes by Fred Halliday, p. 17
                  14. Iraq-Iran War is Taking the Heat Off the Israelis by David Mandel, p. 17
                  15. On the Beat in His Own Words, p. 18
                  16. [+]
                    A Voice of Their Own by Kate Ellis, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. The Madwoman in the Attic by Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar
                  17. Slumber Party Reunion for the Anti-War Kids by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                  18. The Composer as Superstar by Gene Bell-Villada, pp. 21-23
                  19. Scorched Earth Recycled by J.A. Savage, p. 24
                5. [+]
                  October 29, 1980 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. How Big a Menace? by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Victory at Stevens after 17 Years by Gretchen Donart, p. 3
                  3. Showdown in the Silk Stocking District by Gretchen Donart, p. 4
                  4. Blue-Collar Voters See Little Choice by David Moberg, p. 5
                  5. Local Races Key to Power in the'80s by John Judis and David Moberg, p. 6
                  6. Mexico Mismanages Oil Boom by Arthur Allen, p. 7
                  7. France Confronts, p. 8
                  8. Fascist Terror by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                  9. Letters, p. 10
                  10. IMF Policy Led to Bolivian Coup, p. 11
                  11. [+]
                    The Road to Socialism by Susan Cowell, p. 12 - 1 Review
                    1. The Transition from Capitalism to Socialism by John D. Stephens
                  12. Local Boys Pump Iron by Eric Leif Davin, p. 13
                  13. Funny Songs about Sex Roles by Emily Friedman, pp. 13-14
                  14. Get out Your Hankies for Suburban Suicide by Pat Aufderheide, p. 15
                  15. Two of Three Things We Know About Him, p. 16
                6. [+]
                  November 5, 1980 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. Election '80 Right, Left or Center? by John Judis, p. 2
                  2. Iran and U.S. Are Both Ready to Bend by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. U.S. Activists Try to Break Silence on East Timor by Joanna Foley, p. 4
                  4. Leftists Recall McCarthy Days by Thomas F.K. Howard, p. 4
                  5. A Cruel New Tax on the Poor by Ronni Scheier, p. 5
                  6. Crazy Logic Dictates Pullman Closing by David Moberg, pp. 6-8
                  7. Tense Anniversary for Junta by David Helvarg, p. 9
                  8. Old Squabbles Resurfaced in New Ecology Party by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                  9. "Unity" Fits Uneasily over Jerusalem by David Mandel, p. 10
                  10. Pocketbook Politics in the City's Neighborhoods by David Mandel, pp. 11-21
                  11. Thoughts on Entering Our Second Term, p. 22
                  12. Letters, p. 23
                  13. New Wave Co-Ops Prosper by John Magney, p. 24
                  14. Investment on the Verge of Apocalypse by Bruce Merrill, p. 25
                  15. Taking Our Moral Temperature by William A. Williams, p. 26
                  16. Shame of Hollywood Recalled by Larry Ceplair, p. 27
                  17. Women's War in Nicaragua by Pat Aufderheide, p. 28
                  18. Musicians, Actors Cut Their Subsidy of Culture by Susan Cowell, pp. 29-31
                  19. Mystic Dissident by Karen Rosenberg, p. 32
                7. [+]
                  November 12, 1980 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Reagan May Not Be the Worst of It by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. It's 'No' to Liberalism by a Landslide by John Judis, p. 3
                  3. Courts Rap Mothers' Lifestyles by Kendra Reinshagen, p. 4
                  4. Bay Area Doctors Win Staffing Fight by Mike Pincus, p. 4
                  5. Union Reform Movement Gets Together by Kim Moody, p. 5
                  6. Time Runs out for Michael Manley by Michael Moffitt, p. 6
                  7. FIAT Workers Break Ranks by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                  8. Prom & Prone Poll, pp. 8-12
                  9. Promise and Progress in Poland by Adam Przeworski, p. 13
                  10. Letters, p. 14
                  11. World Socialists Discuss Worker Self-Management by Sarah Kafatou, pp. 15-16
                  12. [+]
                    Investment in Misery by David R. Roediger, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Outposts of Monopoly Capitalism by Ann Seidman and Neva Seidman Makgetla
                  13. [+]
                    Black Intellectuals and Liberian Scandal by Phyllis Boanes, p. 17 - 1 Review
                    1. Black Scandal by I.K. Sundiata
                  14. The Public Is a Tough Audience to Please by Laura Holland, p. 18
                  15. Community TV Hope Flickers by Dia L. Michels, pp. 18-19
                  16. The Tellers' Rebellion, p. 20
                8. [+]
                  November 19, 1980 Issue = 20 Articles
                  1. "Solidarity" Will Never Be the Same by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                  2. Labour's Leadership Veers Left by Chris Mullin, p. 3
                  3. Bay Area Voters Swim against Conservative Tide by Mike Berkowitz, p. 4
                  4. D.C. Voters Back Statehood by Brian Doherty, p. 4
                  5. Missouri Voters Go Pro-Nuclear by Bruce Allar, p. 4
                  6. Chile Liable for D.C. Murders by Peter Kornbluh, p. 5
                  7. All the World Is a Laboratory for Nuclear Technology by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                  8. To Beseiged OSHA Regulators, Nothing Is Ever Self-Evident by Robert Howard, pp. 6-7
                  9. Uranium Rush Threatens New Jersey by Ann Spanel, p. 8
                  10. Socialists Shunt Aside Soares by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                  11. The Idea of Democracy Is Contagious by Adam Przeworski, pp. 11-13
                  12. The Left Now Has Nowhere to Go but up, p. 14
                  13. Letters, p. 15
                  14. Co-Op Bank May Spur Growth by John Magney, p. 16
                  15. [+]
                    Rumblings of Change from Our Backyards by Heather Booth, pp. 17-19 - 1 Review
                    1. The Backyard Revolution by Harry C. Boyte
                  16. [+]
                    A Utopia in Our Time by Paul Johnson, p. 20 - 1 Review
                    1. Daily Lives in Nghsi-Altai by Robert Nichols
                  17. Bruce Finds Binding Ties by Steve Rosswurm, p. 21
                  18. Easy Street Dreams, but at High Interest by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-22
                  19. [+]
                    Film Clips by Pat Aufderheide, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
                    1. It's My Turn (1980 Film) by Claudia Weill
                    2. Private Benjamin (1980 Film) by Howard Zieff
                  20. Going Home by Sylvia Collier, p. 24
                9. [+]
                  November 26, 1980 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Youngstown Leaders O.K. Compromise by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Feds Say No Favors for Big Three by Michael Curtin, p. 3
                  3. Will Hard Times for Labor Spur on a New Left Politics? by David Moberg, p. 4
                  4. Battered Killer Won't Be Tried by Bruce Kauffman, p. 4
                  5. They Did Right, Voted for Left by John de Graaf, p. 4
                  6. Prop. 13 Was Never Like This by Robert Goodman, pp. 5-6
                  7. Greensboro Jury Acquits Klan by Patricia MacKay, p. 7
                  8. Self Help and Simple Dogma Combat Colonialism's Legacy by James North, p. 8
                  9. The Re-Education Camps by Allen Isaacman and Barbara Isaacman, pp. 9-11
                  10. Letters, p. 12
                  11. Violence against Women and Man's Basic Purpose by Kate Ellis, pp. 13-15
                  12. [+]
                    The Big Lie about Foreign Aid by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16 - 1 Review
                    1. Aid As Obstacle by Frances Moore Lappe, Joseph Collins, and David Kinley, ...
                  13. Been So Long, Been Good to Know You by Ron Radosh, pp. 17-18
                  14. Lesbian Love Story Is Well Received by Mary Panzer, p. 19
                  15. Rock & Roll by Bruce Dancis, p. 20
                10. [+]
                  December 10, 1980 Issue = 13 Articles
                  1. Activists Regroup for Reagan Years by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Death Squads Up Ante in El Salvador by John Clements, p. 3
                  3. Weizman Stakes a Claim on the Center by David Mandel, p. 3
                  4. "Greetings" from the State Red Squad by George L. Corsetti, p. 4
                  5. New Orleans Cops Kill Four Suspects by Gary Modenbach, p. 4
                  6. Politics by Barbara Brotman, pp. 5-6
                  7. It Seems Karmal Is Here to Stay by Fred Halliday, pp. 7-9
                  8. Letters, p. 10
                  9. Grenada Retreats from Its Promise of Elections by Jay R. Mandle, p. 11
                  10. Althusser's Tragedy Is Both Public and Private by Diana Johnstone, p. 12
                  11. Poetry of Nicaragua by David Roediger, p. 13
                  12. [+]
                    Education That Draws on Everyday Experience by Steven Rosswurm, pp. 13-15 - 1 Review
                    1. Critical Teaching and Everyday Life by Ira Shor
                  13. Artist on the Edge by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                11. [+]
                  December 17, 1980 Issue = 24 Articles
                  1. Beyond the Image of Nuts and Dilettantes by David Moberg, p. 2
                  2. Lame Ducks Salvage Superfund by Gene Karpinski, p. 3
                  3. New Interest in a Labor Party by Mike Berkowitz, p. 3
                  4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                  5. Activists Call for Debate on Plutonium Increase by Mike Jendrzejczyk and Pam Solo, p. 4
                  6. Weatherpersons Resurface by Laurel Van Driest, p. 4
                  7. The New Business of PBS Is Business by Pat Aufderheide, p. 5
                  8. Reconstituting Power in America by John Judis, pp. 6-8
                  9. Separatist Fervor Moves West by Jon Stewart, p. 9
                  10. Politics of Drought in Brazil by Ivo Patarra, p. 10
                  11. Socialist Parties Champion Interests of the Third World by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                  12. Dallas by John Fullinwider, pp. 12-13
                  13. Letters, p. 14
                  14. Roberta Lynch, p. 15
                  15. Volunteers Stayed Away from the 1980 Campaign by Rick Ridder, p. 16
                  16. Shopfloor Spy Confesses by Kenny Thomas, p. 17
                  17. [+]
                    The Drift and Mastery of a Political Columnist by James B. Gilbert, p. 18 - 1 Review
                    1. Walter Lippmann and the American Century by Ronald Steel
                  18. Mural Reflects on the Jewish Immigrant Experience, p. 18
                  19. [+]
                    History: Giving Up Empire Isn't Easy by Phillip Johnson, p. 19 - 1 Review
                    1. Empire as a Way of Life by William Appleman Williams
                  20. Japanese Pop Hits U.S. by Bruce Dancis, p. 20
                  21. Japan's English Sales Pitch by Jon Spayde, p. 20
                  22. Theater by Joel Schechter, pp. 21-22
                  23. Music: Record Rack Picks by Rick Ridder, p. 23
                  24. Gang of Four Chinese Docudrama by J.C. Rose, p. 24
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                                                Issues of 1998 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
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