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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 1981 = 40 Issues, 759 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1981 = 9 Issues, 168 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    January 14, 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. Britain's Economy Needs "Reflating" by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Your Can't Blame It on the Fed by John Judis, pp. 3-4
                    3. Let 1,000 Oil Wells Bloom, 100 Timber Companies Contend by Timothy Lange, p. 5
                    4. Two U.S. Union Officials Gunned Down by Renato Camarda, p. 6
                    5. Cointelpro Victim Loses Appeal by Greg Goldin, p. 6
                    6. Geneva Rules Do Not Apply to South African Militants by James North, p. 7
                    7. Guerrillas in Guatemala Court the Indian Majority by David Helvarg, p. 8
                    8. But Nobody Wants Them as Neighbors by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                    9. Letters, p. 10
                    10. Inequities Defeat Arizona Prop. 13 by John Farley, p. 11
                    11. Workers Vote against Anti-Corporate Tax by Glen Boatman, p. 11
                    12. Business, Workers Have Mixed Responses to State Tax-Cutting Initiatives by Glen Boatman, p. 11
                    13. [+]
                      The Roots of Protest by Edward Countryman, p. 12 - 1 Review
                      1. Ideology and Popular Protest by George F.E. Rude
                    14. Pacifica Radio Gets Static from New Right by Paul Bundy, p. 13
                    15. It isn't a Pretty Picture by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                    16. Life on the Line, p. 16
                  2. [+]
                    January 21, 1981 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. Jude Wanniski by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Union Takes Deepest Cut of All by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. In Short, p. 4
                    4. Concerned about 'Morale,' Navy Expels Gay Sailor by Sandi Wisenberg, p. 4
                    5. Giese Still in Jail for Skimming by Nancy Faller, p. 4
                    6. Courts Curtail Some Actions of Police Intelligence Units by Allan Adler and Jay Peterzell, p. 5
                    7. What Do You Do with a Dead Nuke? by J.A. Savage, p. 6
                    8. The Peres Difference is Slight by David Mandel, p. 7
                    9. A Violent But Stable Culture by Fred Halliday, p. 8
                    10. Chomsky's Defense of Civil Liberties Stirs Hornets' Nest by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-14
                    11. Letters, p. 15
                    12. Homophobia Keeps Gays in an "Outlaw Class" by Richard Stone, p. 16
                    13. The Present Danger is That the CPD Will Succeed by Jerry Sanders, p. 17
                    14. British Labourite's Aim is to Transform Global Power by David Moberg, p. 18
                    15. [+]
                      A Lifetime of Documentaries by Gordon Quinn, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Joris Ivens by Rosalind Delmar
                    16. Screen Tests by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                    17. Lawrence Textile Strike Set to Don Giovanni Score by Rachel C. Kranz, pp. 21-24
                  3. [+]
                    January 28, 1981 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. Reagan's War on the Impoverished by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 2
                    2. There is Little to Cheer about by Fred Halliday, pp. 3-4
                    3. Reagan's Man Thinks Silence is Best Solution by David Lindorff, p. 5
                    4. Alleged Mob Ties Stall Confirmation by Mark Alan Pinsky, p. 6
                    5. They Gave a Rally and Nobody Came by Bradshaw Hovey, p. 6
                    6. Red Brigades Made Their Point by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                    7. The Communists Debate Themselves by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                    8. Weapons Firm Moves into the Information Business by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                    9. A Special Discrimination Afflicts Indian Community by James North, p. 9
                    10. Letters, p. 10
                    11. Democracy Interferes with Free Enterprise by James Livingston, p. 11
                    12. Hanigan Case Spotlights Arizona's Feudal System by Lourdes Arguelles and Gary MacEoin, p. 12
                    13. [+]
                      Woman Leaves Parlor for Feminist Politics by Margaret George, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. The Convert by Elizabeth Robins
                    14. Shepard Goes against the Code by Lourdes Arguelles and Gary MacEoin, pp. 14-15
                    15. Love&Death by Eric Leif Davin, p. 16
                  4. [+]
                    February 11, 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The New Right vs. Ronald Reagan by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. The Hostages Returned a Profit by Mark Hulbert, p. 3
                    3. New York's Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out by Wayne Barrett, p. 4
                    4. Reagan Open with a Big Tax Increase by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                    5. Socialists Have a Good Chance in '81 by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                    6. A Place Where Most Things Turn Out as Planned, p. 8
                    7. A Village That Runs on Lava Power, p. 8
                    8. And the U.S. Rules the Skies, p. 9
                    9. Letters, p. 10
                    10. Soviet Anti-Semitism Gets Official Sanction by Paul Novick, p. 11
                    11. [+]
                      Is the Nation State Finished? by William Sweet, p. 12 - 1 Review
                      1. The National Interest and the Human Interest by Robert C. Johansen
                    12. Johansen Calculates U.S. Aid to India at 3 Cents Per U.S. Citizen Each Years by William Sweet, p. 12
                    13. [+]
                      El Salvador Film Made Despite Risks to Crew by Dave Lindorff, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. El Salvador: Another Vietnam (1981 Film) by Glenn Silber
                    14. Nicaragua Gets a Hand in PBS Special by John Clements, p. 13
                    15. Rock World Is Catching Up to Beefheart by Don McLeese, pp. 14-15
                    16. The Last American Sewing Machine by Paula Borenstein and Sarah D. Wolfe, p. 16
                  5. [+]
                    February 18, 1981 Issue = 26 Articles
                    1. Facts of Life in a Post-Market Age by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Democrats Plot Their Comeback by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Unions Activists Go on Trial for Sabotage Conspiracy by Margherita Pagni, p. 4
                    5. "White Lists" for Sale at ETS by David Lindorff, p. 4
                    6. A Day in the Life of an Amateur Lobbyist by Georgia Christgau, pp. 5-6
                    7. Follow the Money in Fortune Report of the Nestle Boycott by Geoffrey Stokes, p. 7
                    8. Meanwhile, Progress on the International Front by Allan Pearlman, p. 7
                    9. Tenants' Response to Housing Crisis Spills Over City Limits by Peter Dreier, p. 8
                    10. Brazil Cracks Down on Labor Activism by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                    11. The Insider's CUBA, p. 11
                    12. Out of Joint with the Times by Sidney Lens, pp. 12-17
                    13. A Turning Point to Nowhere, p. 18
                    14. Letters, p. 19
                    15. Now is the Time for the Left to Stop Mucking about and to Master Politics by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 20
                    16. Our Apoplexy Over Iran is a Case of Empire Shock by William Appleman Williams, p. 21
                    17. Jewish Leftists Meet to Set Out a New Agenda by Walter Ruby, p. 21
                    18. [+]
                      A Child within the Poet by Shepherd Bliss, p. 22 - 1 Review
                      1. Deep Song and Other Prose by Federico Garcia Lorca
                    19. [+]
                      Simple Simon Tells a Sorry Tale by Sidney Blumenthal, p. 22 - 1 Review
                      1. A Time for Action by William Simon
                    20. Hopper's Lonely Crowd by Peter Fuller, p. 23
                    21. Cornell's Innocent Daydreams by David Moberg, p. 23
                    22. Right Axes Popular Arts by Josh Martin, p. 24
                    23. Money for High Art by Josh Martin, p. 24
                    24. Nine to Five Slapstick Makes a Point by Anita Alverio, p. 25
                    25. Blues Gets Its Start on Maxwell Street by David Whiteis, pp. 25-27
                    26. The Perils of Hamburger Diplomacy by David Helvarg, p. 28
                  6. [+]
                    February 25, 1981 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Mixed Feelings Make for Strange Policies by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Labor Leaders Gently Disagree by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. Citizens Party Looks to State and Local Races by Richard J. Walton, p. 4
                    4. "Unity" Eludes Anti-Draft Conference in Detroit by Patrick Lacefield, p. 4
                    5. Punishment for No Crime Stalks Co-Ops by Boyd Lewis, p. 5
                    6. Germany Catches Arms Fever by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                    7. Labour's Splinter is Not a Split by Mervyn Jones, p. 7
                    8. The Many-Faceted Stone by Sarah Cardin, pp. 8-9
                    9. Letters, p. 10
                    10. The Struggle against International Terrorism Begins at Home by Saul Landau, p. 11
                    11. Unemployment in Bad for Your Health, and the Less You Earned the Worse It Is by Richard Lichtman, p. 12
                    12. [+]
                      Public Served By New Dealer by Martin Popper, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. The Undiminished Man by Janet Stevenson
                    13. The Environment by Elisa Adler, pp. 14-15
                    14. The New Family Robinson by Bruce Dancis, p. 16
                  7. [+]
                    March 4, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. Does Labor Mean What It Says? by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. To the Wealthy Go the Spoils by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. Some Other Ways to Cut the Budget by John Judis and David Moberg, p. 3
                    4. A Bit of Justice by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. New Coalition Will Defend OSHA and Clear Air Act by Calvin Zon, p. 4
                    6. Left Economists Meet the Press by Dave Lindorff, p. 4
                    7. A Small Circle of 200 Friends by David Moberg, p. 4
                    8. Hard Sell Passes Cleveland Tax Hike by Dan Marschall, p. 5
                    9. A Misguided Housing Program Is Better than Nothing by Thomas Brom, pp. 5-6
                    10. Strange Bedfellows Oppose Synfuels by Jim Lewis and Robert Rosner, p. 7
                    11. Opposition Has Its Own Resources by David Helvarg, p. 8
                    12. Militants Have the Edge in a Three-Sided Strategy Debate by James North, pp. 9-10
                    13. Will the Arms Race Forge a "Euroleft"? by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    14. Haig Line Has Special Meaning for Italy by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    15. Do-It-Yourself Safety by Robert Howard, pp. 12-13
                    16. Anti-Semitism and the Left, p. 14
                    17. Letters, p. 15
                    18. Black Labor by Nell Painter, pp. 16-17
                    19. The National Economy, p. 18
                    20. [+]
                      Women Killers Don't Get Away with Murder by Carolyn Projansky, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Women Who Kill by Ann Jones
                    21. [+]
                      Notebook, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Making a Show of It by Ginny Berson
                    22. War of Words Heats up by Herbert I. Schiller, p. 20
                    23. A Bronx Cheer for Cops by Robert Schaeffer, pp. 21-23
                    24. Any Number Can Play by Yan Michalski, p. 24
                  8. [+]
                    March 11, 1981 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. More Is Less in Military Spending by Alexander Cockburn, James Ridgeway, and Andrew Cockburn, ..., p. 2
                    2. The Red Scare Takes an Encore by John Judis, pp. 3-4
                    3. More Sweatshops Are Not the Answer by Richard LeGates and David Wilinoth, p. 5
                    4. Monarch Strikes a Blow for Democracy by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                    5. All Empires Are Created Equal by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                    6. Bringing It All Back Home by Hardy Green and Elizabeth Weiner, pp. 8-9
                    7. Letters, p. 10
                    8. Steelworkers' PR Man Has Pecking Disorder by H.W. Benson, p. 11
                    9. Choice Advocates Vouch for Tuition Vouchers by Alan Bonsteel, p. 11
                    10. New York's Ed Koch Should Be a Sitting Duck, but He's Still Flying High by Richard J. Walton, p. 12
                    11. [+]
                      Techno/Future Moves in Fast by Dia Michels, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. The Techno-Peasant Survival Manual by Ann Marie Cunningham
                    12. Troubles Visit Harlem by Cindy Colter, p. 14
                    13. Torture of Mothers Probes Roots of Harlem Riot by Clyde Taylor, pp. 14-15
                    14. Cheap Thrills by Evelyn Reilly, p. 16
                  9. [+]
                    March 18, 1981 Issue = 26 Articles
                    1. The U.S. Chooses to Ignore the Facts by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Mineworkers Are Ready to Draw the Line by Paul J. Nyden, p. 3
                    3. Block Grants Will Let States Off the Hook by Andrew Reschovsky, p. 3
                    4. Coming Actions by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Palestinian Still in Federal Prison by Linda Wagner, p. 4
                    6. State Terror in Guatemala by Dave Lindorff, p. 4
                    7. Our Bodies, Our Deductions by Alex Kotlowitz, p. 4
                    8. Immigration Study Has No Solutions by Bill Blum and Gina Lobaco, p. 5
                    9. Judge Stifles Plowshares' "Greater Evil" Defense by Liane Ellison Norman, p. 5
                    10. Vermont's Largest Town Elects a Leftist by Alan D. Abbey, p. 6
                    11. Your Tax Dollars Bust Unions by Gretchen Donart, p. 6
                    12. One Man Scoops the Experts by Robert Howard, p. 7
                    13. EI Salvador's "Reform" Is a Shell Game by David Moberg and John Echeverri-Gent, p. 8
                    14. The Selling of a Crisis, 1981 by William Buzenberg, pp. 9-10
                    15. Bullying the Boy Next Door by Peter McFarlane, p. 11
                    16. Spain's Democracy Is Still Not Secure by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    17. Only the Dying Need by Ellen Cantarow, pp. 12-13
                    18. Vietnam Was a Watershed, p. 14
                    19. Letters, p. 15
                    20. Christians Choose Sides on EI Salvador by Renny Golden, p. 16
                    21. Reagan Campaign Themes Are Now Going South by Roberta Lynch, pp. 17-18
                    22. [+]
                      Reform Marches East by David Ost, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. The Road to Gdansk by Daniel Singer
                    23. Last Metro Occupied with War by Robert Schaeffer, p. 20
                    24. [+]
                      Tess Is a Hardy Movie by Robert Schaeffer, p. 21 - 1 Review
                      1. Tess (1979 Film) by Roman Polanski
                    25. Space Is Scarce for Hoards of Wealthy by Josh Martin, pp. 21-23
                    26. Carnaval Changes Its Tune by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                2. [+]
                  Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1981 = 10 Issues, 175 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    April 1, 1981 Issue = 11 Articles
                    1. Beware the Long Arm of Oil Money by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. The Conservatives Close Ranks by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Sullivan Rejects His Own "Plan" by Dave Lindorff and George Lowrey, p. 4
                    5. Leftist Wins Seat in Tallahassee by Jim Fendrich, p. 4
                    6. Blacks Grope for a Unified Response by David Morse, p. 5
                    7. Miners May Accept Last-Minute Offer by Paul Fortney, Jr., p. 6
                    8. Farmers Catch the Union Bug by David Ost, p. 7
                    9. Laos Inches Slowly Toward Recovery by Chris Mullin, p. 8
                    10. Documents Tell Different Tale by John Dinges, p. 9
                    11. The Lady Is a Felon by Ann Jones, pp. 10-24
                  2. [+]
                    April 8, 1981 Issue = 19 Articles
                    1. Texas Suffers the Cancer of Prosperity by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Miner's Rights Are Not for Sale by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                    3. Unions Lead the Harrisburg March by Harvey Wasserman, p. 5
                    4. Budget Boys Cripple OSHA by Robert Howard, pp. 6-7
                    5. Mexico Is an Uncertain Ally by Harvey Levenstein, p. 8
                    6. Italians Debate the Lessons of Poland by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                    7. The Showdown Is Postponed, for Now by David Ost, p. 9
                    8. Miners Set Tone of Union Resistance by Linda Larkin, pp. 10-11
                    9. Reagan Would Spend Us into the Grave, p. 12
                    10. Europe by Diana Johnstone, p. 13
                    11. Strapped Down, Plugged in and Drug by Ellen Cantarow, p. 14
                    12. Letters, p. 15
                    13. If Debt Causes Inflation, Then Federal Deficits Have Little to Do with It by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
                    14. The Ill Logic of the Cold War by Steven Rosswurm, p. 17
                    15. [+]
                      Evaluating Eurocommunism by Jeff Frieden, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Promise of Eurocommunism by Carl Marzani
                      2. The Politics of Eurocommunism by Carl Boggs and David Plotke
                    16. [+]
                      Notebook, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                      1. Decolonizing Theology by Noel Leo Erskine
                    17. [+]
                      The Women's Dream of Perfect Harmony by Linda Gordon, p. 20 - 1 Review
                      1. True Love and Perfect Union by William Leach
                    18. Troubled Conscience of the Atomic Scientist by Steven Kovacs, pp. 21-23
                    19. In the Realm of the Senseless by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                  3. [+]
                    April 15, 1981 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. Left Democrats Need New Mindset by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Reason Eases a Tense Poland by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    3. Now It's Time for Hard, Boring Work by D.J., p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. New York City to Doctors by Eric Nadler, p. 4
                    6. GM to Warn of Shutdowns by Dave Lindorff, p. 4
                    7. Sunbelt First in San Antonio by Laurence Jolidon, p. 5
                    8. Aid Cut Recalls Battle of Chile by Peter Shiras, p. 6
                    9. Polish Democracy in Embryo, p. 7
                    10. The Mischief Sy by Joseph R. Egan, pp. 8-9
                    11. Letters, p. 10
                    12. Do American Jews Have to Be Concerned about a New Holocaust? by Karen Lindsey, Edward S. Goldstein, and Harvey Feldman, ..., p. 11
                    13. [+]
                      Political Theory Made Simple by Alan Wald, p. 12 - 1 Review
                      1. Trotsky for Beginners by Tarik Ali and Phil Evans
                    14. [+]
                      A Gladiator Awakens by Peter H. Wood, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. The Struggle That Must Be by Harry Edwards
                    15. The Jewish Cultures of Pre-War Poland by Victor Treschan, p. 14
                    16. [+]
                      Memories of a Martyr by Daniel Soyer, p. 15 - 1 Review
                      1. Faithful Unto Death by Aviva Ravel
                    17. Dry Run for Dr. Strangelove by Michael T. Klare, p. 16
                  4. [+]
                    April 22, 1981 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. The Condo Wars Reach Congress by Daniel Lauber, p. 2
                    2. Jane Byrne Plays to the Crowd by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                    3. Blacks in Congress Refuse to Cave in by John Judis, pp. 5-7
                    4. Reagan's Legal Aid Vendetta by Bill Blum and Gina Lobaco, p. 8
                    5. Left May Fail to Defeat Itself by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                    6. Once More with Feeling in Quebec by Larry Black, p. 11
                    7. Trudeau Takes on Provinces by Fred Halliday, pp. 11-13
                    8. Freeing Up Capital for New Disasters, p. 14
                    9. The Invisible Hand Has Reappeared by Steve Max, p. 15
                    10. The United Soviet Fruit Company by Louis Menashe, p. 15
                    11. With More Women Working Unions Are Taking a New Look by Barbara Mayer Wertheimer, pp. 16-17
                    12. Modern Bandits and Neo-Primitive Rebels by Eric J. Hobsbawm, pp. 18-19
                    13. A Working Stiff Reflects on Life's Tribulations by Jonathan Stern, p. 20
                    14. Holly Near Sings about Love and Social Change by Torie Osborn, pp. 21-23
                    15. At the Rockwell Shareholders Meeting by Liane Ellison Norman, p. 24
                  5. [+]
                    April 29, 1981 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. Tony Mazzochi Has a Different Idea by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Dunkirk Near for Mass Transit by Glen Yago, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Southern Left Will Rise Again by Laura Batt, p. 4
                    5. SHAD Protests Nuke Too Much by Eric Nadler, p. 4
                    6. Santa Monica Tenants Get Revenge in Sweep of City Seats by Neal Goldberg, pp. 5-6
                    7. It Can Happen Here. by James North, pp. 7-9
                    8. Reagan Attacks on Regulation Help Truly Needy Corporations by David Dickson, Gene Frankel, David Johns, and Carol MacLennan, ..., p. 10
                    9. Leftist Trade Unionists Face Reagan Challenge by David Moberg, p. 11
                    10. And Fellow Workers, Now a Crown of Thorne by Roberta Lynch, p. 12
                    11. The Sounds of Silence by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13
                    12. [+]
                      Exile as a Way of Life by Gene Bell-Villada, pp. 14-15 - 2 Reviews
                      1. Chilean Literature Today by Antonio Skarmeta and Jo Anne Engelbert
                      2. Chileno! by Antonio Skarmeta and Hortense Carpentier
                    13. [+]
                      Images of Labor by Rachel Cowan, pp. 16-20 - 1 Review
                      1. Images of Labor by Moe Foner and Pamela Vassil
                  6. [+]
                    May 6, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. Detroit, He Does Mind Running by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Spying Trial Turns on Political Views by Elizabeth Weiner, p. 3
                    3. Congress Hears New Conspiracy Theory by Jay Peterzell, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Oregon Closure Debate Opens by Bill Thomas, p. 4
                    6. Will Feds Nuke State's Rights? by Nancy Faller, p. 4
                    7. Entrapment Case Goes to Trial by David Moberg, p. 5
                    8. A One-Sided Hearing on "Human Life" by Georgia Christgau, p. 5
                    9. Soldiers of Misfortune by David Morse, pp. 6-7
                    10. Textile Firms Want to Spread the Blame by Mark I. Pinsky, p. 8
                    11. The Conservatives Take Back Berkeley City Government by Thomas Brom, pp. 9-10
                    12. Voters Take Left Unity into Own Hands by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    13. The Lightbulb at the End of the Tunnel by David Talbot, pp. 12-13
                    14. Reviving the Cold War May Not Work, p. 14
                    15. Letters, p. 15
                    16. The Secret Oriental Art Is with Us on TV by Eliot Wald, p. 16
                    17. OMB Takes the Axe to the Coop Bank by Curt Ullman, p. 16
                    18. Unions and Riders, Groping Together by Glen Yago, p. 17
                    19. Knowledge as Subversion by Thomas DePietro, p. 18
                    20. [+]
                      The Journalist as Modern Hero by Curtis D. MacDougall, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Wayward Reporter by Raymond Sokolov
                    21. [+]
                      Paying Joyful Homage to the Polymath Poet by Ray Olson, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. For Rexroth:: The Ark 14 by Geoffrey Gardner
                    22. Playing the Dozens for Keeps by Tom Baglien, p. 20
                    23. Goodbye, Uncle Walter by Charles Sugnet, pp. 21-23
                    24. Joe Louis in Black & White by Lester Rodney, p. 24
                  7. [+]
                    May 13, 1981 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Fear Breeds Action in New Jersey by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Unity Prevails in Streets of DC by A. Lin Neumann, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Nuclear Power Costs too Much by David Moberg, p. 4
                    5. Nixon Crony Goes Public by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    6. Steelworkers Battle for District Post by David Moberg, p. 5
                    7. Deregulation by Pat Aufderheide, p. 6
                    8. South Africa by James North, p. 7
                    9. Always Too Little, Sometimes Too Late by Ellen Cantarow, pp. 8-9
                    10. Letters, p. 10
                    11. New Transit Vision Needed to Save Cities by Glen Yago, p. 11
                    12. Humane Care for Retarded People by Michael Berres, p. 12
                    13. The Cost-Benefit Swindle Puts Dollar Signs on Human Health by David Dickson, Gene Frankel, David Johns, and Carol MacLennan, ..., pp. 13-15
                    14. Blood Harvest by Robert L. Cohen, p. 16
                  8. [+]
                    May 27, 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. Is Williams Hoffa Without the Record? by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. The Discomfort of Being Ernest by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. Irish Rally to Cause They Left behind by James Cusick, p. 4
                    4. Watt Treads on Coastal Toes by Thomas Brom, p. 5
                    5. In Spring, Some People's Thoughts Turn to Pesticides by Deborah Bouton, p. 6
                    6. Opponents of Spaying Try New Tactics by J.A. Savage, p. 6
                    7. Jobs Issue Scuttles Tories as Labour Sweeps Local Races by Sylvia Collier, pp. 7-8
                    8. Looking Beyond Dancing in the Streets by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                    9. Letters, p. 10
                    10. Only a British Exit Can Stop the IRA by Thomas J. Rice, p. 11
                    11. How to Make Billions for Arms Look Smaller, p. 12
                    12. [+]
                      The Moscow Detective Finds Truth in Murder by Laurie Stone, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith
                    13. [+]
                      Beyond the Death Instinct, with Pleasure by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 - 1 Review
                      1. The White Hotel by D.M. Thomas
                    14. Yes, the Artist Was a Woman by Alison Hilton, p. 14
                    15. Bob Marley's Survival by Bruce Dancis, p. 15
                    16. The Price of a Day's Pay by Mitch Menzer and Mike Williams, p. 16
                  9. [+]
                    June 3, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. NATO Allies Have Their Own Opinions by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Growing up Is Often Hard to do by James Weinstein, p. 3
                    3. More Bad News by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Infant Formula Critics Hit U.S. Stance against Code by Fred Clarkson, p. 4
                    5. Is Homework Coming Back? by Hardy Green and Elizabeth Weiner, p. 4
                    6. Boston's Schools Take the Rap by Richard Stutman, p. 5
                    7. Not Everyone Seeking Refuge is a Refugee by David Helvarg, p. 5
                    8. New Home Mortgage Heist by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                    9. Not All Hospitals Are Created Equal by Ellen Cantarow, p. 7
                    10. Goal of Turkish Terror Is Confusion by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                    11. Left Can Take Heart from Abortion Vote by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                    12. A Real Crisis, at a Very Convenient Time by David Mandel, pp. 9-10
                    13. Unexploded U.S. Bombs Sabotage recovery in Laos by Chris Mullin, p. 11
                    14. Austerity with a Human Face by Maxine Molyneux and Fred Halliday, pp. 12-13
                    15. Only Commies Deserve Human Rights, p. 14
                    16. Letters, p. 15
                    17. Let's Try for Crime What Worked with the Indians by James Livingston, p. 16
                    18. The Press Takes Up the Old Hatchet by Steven Rosswurm, p. 16
                    19. [+]
                      All Theory, No Practice Makes Dull Marxism by Bryan Palmer, p. 17 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Poverty of Theory, and Other Essays by E.P. Thompson
                      2. Arguments within English Marxism by Perry Anderson
                    20. [+]
                      Harsh Words for the Sticklers by Phillip Johnson, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. American Tongue and Cheek by Jim Quinn and Benjamin DeMott
                    21. Making an Art of Work by Carol Duncna, p. 19
                    22. The Camera Travels across Political Epochs by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                    23. American Interiors by Meg Gerken, pp. 21-23
                    24. Grassroots Censorship by Anthony Schmitz, p. 24
                  10. [+]
                    June 17, 1981 Issue = 22 Articles
                    1. The Great CIA Soviet Oil Blunder by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 2
                    2. The Biggest Does the Best It Can by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. Unfit to Print, Eh? by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Some Steel Insurgents Blame Selves for Losses by David Moberg, p. 4
                    5. Equal Pay Hits San Jose by James F. Bond, p. 4
                    6. Koch Opponent Enters Race by Elizabeth Weiner, pp. 5-6
                    7. The Party Is Cutting Popular Input by John Judis, p. 7
                    8. Cuban Exiles Are Acquitted in Retrial for Letelier Murder by Peter Kornbluh and Eliana Loveluck, p. 8
                    9. CED Looks Ahead with Confidence by Thomas Brom, p. 9
                    10. Mitterrand Begins to Melt the Cynicism by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                    11. A New Breed Promises Change by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                    12. Overtures to the Underdogs by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    13. Melvyn and Tillie by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                    14. Local Control Starts with Rent Control, p. 14
                    15. Letters, p. 15
                    16. The Communists and Negro Rights by Max Gordon, pp. 16-17
                    17. [+]
                      Shrapnel in the Veteran's Mind by Ken Harper, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Everything We Had by Al Santoli
                    18. [+]
                      The Personal and the Political by Ellen Cantarow, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Beginning to See the Light by Ellen Willis
                    19. [+]
                      A Sometimes Silent Prophet by Sheldon Frank, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number by Jacobo Timerman
                    20. A Revolution by Martha Rosler, p. 20
                    21. In Living Color, pp. 21-23
                    22. A Good Man Is Hard to Find in Russia by Louis Menashe, p. 24
                3. [+]
                  Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1981 = 10 Issues, 226 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    July 1, 1981 Issue = 27 Articles
                    1. Small Sighs of Relief at the Endowments by Pat Aufderheide, p. 2
                    2. Chicago Transit by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. Business Was Going Well, So They Split the Workforce by David Lieberman, p. 4
                    4. Mobile Missile-Makers by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Court Bestows Mixed Rulings by David Moberg, p. 4
                    6. Witnesses Anger Judge in SWP Case by Elizabeth Weiner, p. 5
                    7. Mary Codd Joins the Race by Eric Nadler, p. 5
                    8. Reagan's Nuclear War Plans Cause Growing Popular Fallout by John Judis, p. 6
                    9. How We Learned to Love the Bomb by James Gilbert, pp. 7-8
                    10. Polish Democracy From The Bottom Up by A.B. Magil, p. 9
                    11. Begin's Raid Stymies Labor by David Mandel, p. 10
                    12. Iraqi Reactor Was French Controlled by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    13. Communists in the Cabinet by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    14. Bobbies & Blacks by David H. Rosenthal, pp. 12-13
                    15. Who Needs In These Times? by James Weinstein and Bob Nicklas, pp. 14-15
                    16. The Bombing Will not Bring Security, p. 16
                    17. Letters, p. 17
                    18. A Time for Regroupment, but not for Despair by Roberta Lynch, p. 18
                    19. The Court May Be Worse without Potter Stewart by Joshua Dressler, p. 18
                    20. Women Cheated by Social Security by Gregory Bergman, pp. 19-20
                    21. [+]
                      "Unclubbable Orwell" by Tamar Jacoby, p. 21 - 1 Review
                      1. George Orwell by Bernard Crick
                    22. [+]
                      Colonial Life Leaves the Antique Shops by Edward Countryman, p. 22 - 2 Reviews
                      1. "Myne Owne Ground" by T.H. Breen and Stephen Innes
                      2. Puritans and Adventurers by T.H. Breen
                    23. "Free Speech" When Looking Is Consuming by Kate Ellis, p. 23
                    24. The Clash Say It with the Beat by Carlo Wolff, p. 24
                    25. Hitting the Road with Tragicomedies of Work by Debbie Zucker, p. 25
                    26. American Writers Put Up an Umbrella by Josh Martin, pp. 25-27
                    27. Oh My! by Pat Aufderheide, p. 28
                  2. [+]
                    July 15, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. It's All Over Except for the Suffering by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Postal Unions May Defy Reagan by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. The New Technology Will Only Ring Once by Paul D. Roose, p. 3
                    4. U.S. Is True to Formula by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Out, Out, Damn Corporate Spot by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    6. Suit Challenges Anti-Alien Policy by Bill Kenkelen, p. 4
                    7. Court Saves Health Standard-For Now by James Crawford, p. 5
                    8. Prop 21/2 Sparks Occupations by Jerome Rubin, p. 6
                    9. The Policy on Africa leaks out by Kevin Danaher, pp. 7-8
                    10. The Mullahs Have the Reins of Power by Fred Halliday, p. 9
                    11. Left Voters Fell for "Lesser Evil" Logic by David Mandel, p. 9
                    12. Federalist Issues Split NDP by Doug Smith, p. 10
                    13. Economy Undoes Irish Incumbents by Jack Kurt Jacobsen, pp. 11-12
                    14. Migration, p. 13
                    15. Court Pick Is the Best We Can Hope for under Reagan, p. 14
                    16. Letters, p. 15
                    17. Socialism, p. 16
                    18. The Media Distort the Value of Labor Unions by Roberta Lynch, p. 17
                    19. [+]
                      The Sports Fan Is on the Endangered Species List by Lee Ballinger, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. In Your Face! Sports for Love and Money by Lee Ballinger
                    20. The Tactic of Intimidating Advertisers by Nicholas Johnson and Peggy Charren, p. 19
                    21. Tributes for Bela Bartok by Bradley Parker-Sparrow, p. 20
                    22. Hitting the Road after Jonah by Kay Trimberger, p. 20
                    23. Depression Was Boom for Some Artists by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                    24. Private Spy by Frank Browning, pp. 24-28
                  3. [+]
                    July 29, 1981 Issue = 25 Articles
                    1. It's Not Watt the Voters Had in Mind by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Whose Side Are Tax Cutters on? by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. DC Insider Is Local "Zero" by John Judis, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Broadcasting Deregulators Try to Pull a Fast One on Foes by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    6. Minorities Rally for Building Jobs by Josh Martin, p. 4
                    7. A Church Falls in Poletown by Jeanie Wylie, p. 4
                    8. Pesticides by Thomas Brom, p. 5
                    9. Not All Jobs Are Created Equal by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                    10. Hold the Jobs, Pass the Ammo by Sylvia Collier, p. 7
                    11. Cape Town Loses Its Stately Veneer by James North, pp. 8-10
                    12. Germans Question New Missile "Logic" by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    13. Party Youth Urge Opposition by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    14. Settling All Old Score by Lester Rodney, pp. 12-13
                    15. Editorial, p. 14
                    16. Lenders Look the Other Way, p. 14
                    17. Letters, p. 15
                    18. Patriarchy Is Not the Answer by Kate Ellis, p. 16
                    19. Going the Way of the Dinosaur by Steve Max, p. 17
                    20. [+]
                      Temperance, a Feminist Issue by Mari Jo Buhle, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. The Politics of Domesticity by Barbara Leslie Epstein
                    21. [+]
                      Politics: From "Me Too" to "Civism" by Richard Krouse, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Radical Principles by Michael Walzer
                    22. [+]
                      Testing the Strength of the Black Cultural Bond by Barbara Christian, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Tar Baby by Toni Morrison
                    23. Socking It to the Cartoon Movie Matinee by Charles Sugnet, p. 20
                    24. Off-Broadway Leftism by Michael Gallantz and Hal Gelb, pp. 21-23
                    25. Ghost Town by Simon Frith, p. 24
                  4. [+]
                    August 12, 1981 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. Communications Are the Weak Link by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. A Punitive Immigration Plan by Bill Blum, pp. 3-4
                    3. Reagan Gets Tough in PATCO Strike by David Moberg, p. 5
                    4. AFL-CIO Rallies against Cuts by David Moberg, p. 5
                    5. Tender Chickens, Hard Times in the Age of Designer Poultry by Michael Hoyt and Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, pp. 6-7
                    6. Strategies Begin to Converge as Left Groups Take Stock by David Moberg, p. 8
                    7. P2 Revelations Are Startling Even by Italian Standards by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                    8. Japan's Different Ideas about Defense by David Fleishman, p. 11
                    9. Dissectin The victim by Ellen Cantarow, pp. 12-13
                    10. Next Time Business Will Be to Blame, p. 14
                    11. Letters, p. 15
                    12. It Costs Us All More Not to Regulate by Samuel Epstein, p. 16
                    13. A Good First Step in a Along March by Bob Nicklas, p. 17
                    14. [+]
                      Explanations of Nazism Became Cold War Tools by D.G. Green, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. The Nazi Question by Pierre Aycoberry
                    15. [+]
                      The Panda's Thumb Takes Aim at Darwin by Kubet Luchterhand, pp. 18-20 - 1 Review
                      1. The Panda's Thumb by Stephen Jay Gould
                    16. Official Culture Defiled by Richard Beacham, pp. 21-23
                    17. Vaiting for Goofy by Hank De Zutter, p. 24
                  5. [+]
                    August 26, 1981 Issue = 26 Articles
                    1. Working-Class Heroes at Home and Abroad by Alexander Cockburn, p. 2
                    2. As PATCO Goes, So Go the Unions by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. Mixed Signals from French by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Striking Nurses Boost Business by Melanie Scaduto and Dave Lindorff, p. 4
                    6. South African Fights Expulsion by D.R. Roediger, p. 4
                    7. Man vs. Machine, Round Two by David Moberg, p. 5
                    8. Full Speed Ahead and Damn the Allies by William M. Arkin, p. 6
                    9. State Labor Leader Goes on Trial in an Anti-Union Climate by Mark I. Pinsky, pp. 7-8
                    10. Spanish Party Debates "Renovation" by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                    11. Thatcher Discovers No One Loves a Loser by Mervyn Jones, p. 10
                    12. Vietnam Still Fights for Independence by Chris Mullin, p. 11
                    13. Fifth Generation, First Wave by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                    14. 50 Years of Labor Gains at Risk in PATCO Strike, p. 14
                    15. Reagan's Supply-Side Program for Crime, p. 14
                    16. Letters, p. 15
                    17. Blacks Have Been the Catalysts in Promoting Racial Solidarity by Richard Thomas, pp. 16-17
                    18. The Time Is at Hand to Fight Back by John Conyers, p. 18
                    19. I Hear an Awful Lot Of Fear by Harry Britt, p. 18
                    20. [+]
                      A. J. Leibling's Freedom with the Press by Michael Miner, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. The Press by A.J. Liebling
                    21. [+]
                      Original Sins in '60s South by Jane Marcus, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Original Sins by Lisa Alther
                    22. Reunion Gives Us Strength by Ron Radosh, p. 20
                    23. Work Songs for Hard Times by Richard Udell, p. 20
                    24. Voices by Bob Higgins, p. 21
                    25. Fear Is an Instinct for Survival by Liane Ellison Norman, pp. 21-23
                    26. Undermining the American Farm, p. 24
                  6. [+]
                    September 2, 1981 Issue = 18 Articles
                    1. French Labor Has a Friend in the Palace by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                    2. Stirrings of Support for PATCO Strike by Paul Gottlieb and Tom Brom, p. 3
                    3. U.S. Subs May Not Get the Message by John Judis, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Black Party Draws 1,000 to Convention in Chicago by Laura S. Washington, p. 4
                    6. How to Write Off Major Disasters by Brooks Egerton, p. 4
                    7. Barbaro May Be a Contender after All by Paul A. Du Brul, p. 5
                    8. Engineers Take the Knowledge and Run by Robert Howard, p. 6
                    9. Poor Casting Mars Shoot-Out in the Gulf of Sidra Corral by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                    10. The Private Sector in El Salvador Is Getting Restless by David Helvarg, p. 9
                    11. Support for PATCO Must Come from the Bottom by Suzanne Gordon, p. 10
                    12. The One-Party State Is Breaking down in Poland by Herbert Semmel, p. 10
                    13. See Dick and Jane Read, See If They Understand by Norm Fruchter, p. 11
                    14. The Joys of an Imperfect Film by Pat Aufderheide, p. 12
                    15. [+]
                      Two Kooks on the Big Bench by Pat Aufderheide, p. 12 - 1 Review
                      1. First Monday in October (1981 Film) by Ronald Neame
                    16. [+]
                      Notebook, p. 13 - 3 Reviews
                      1. Office Hazards by Joel Makower
                      2. Architects of an Unfinishes American Dream by Ernest Calloway
                      3. The Fair Women by Jeanne Madeline Weimann
                    17. Recording the Culture of Hospital Workers by Susan Cowell, pp. 14-15
                    18. DEATH on the Installment Plan by Gideon Bosker, p. 16
                  7. [+]
                    September 9, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. Tory Refugees May Bolster New Party by Mervyn Jones, p. 2
                    2. U.S. Business Isn't Buying It by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. UAW Wants a Piece of the New Communications Pie by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    5. This Little Piggie Went to Market by Margot E. Beutler, p. 4
                    6. Contractors Make It Tough for Women by Walter Ruby, p. 5
                    7. Together They Can Get Some Results by Walter Ruby, p. 5
                    8. Police Brutality Divides Milwaukee by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                    9. Few Changes at New Mexico Prison by Peter Katel, p. 6
                    10. The Lines Are Drawn in Mountain Areas by David Helvarg, pp. 7-8
                    11. Poland's Reprieve Will Not Last Forever by Paul Bernstein, pp. 9-10
                    12. New Unions Set a Fast Pace by James North, p. 11
                    13. The Big Hook-Up by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                    14. Insane Dynamic in the Gulf of Sidra, p. 14
                    15. Compassion for Apartheid, p. 14
                    16. Letters, p. 15
                    17. To Be Alive in El Salvador Today Is to Be Half Dead by Renny Golden, p. 16
                    18. More Prisons Will Not Deter Crime by Peter Pollak, p. 17
                    19. [+]
                      Uncovering a Little-Known Ike by William Burr, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. The Declassified Eisenhower by Blanche Wiesen Cook
                    20. Japan's Dark Modernity by Jon Spayde, p. 19
                    21. The Cop Series So Good It Pays to Pay Attention by Susan Figliulo, p. 20
                    22. An Angry Fan's Seasonal Notes by Lee Ballinger, p. 20
                    23. Political Satire Thrives in U.K. by Joel Schechter, p. 21
                    24. The Killing Ground, pp. 21-28
                  8. [+]
                    September 16, 1981 Issue = 18 Articles
                    1. London Bridge Is Leaning Left by Mervyn Jones, p. 2
                    2. Eventually Labor Must Confront the PATCO Issues by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Will Nixon Return to Scene of His Very First Break-In? by Mark I. Pinsky, p. 4
                    5. The West Bank Sees No Change by David Mandel, p. 4
                    6. There Is Life after Auchter-At Least in Philadelphia by Robert Howard, p. 5
                    7. Wisconsin's CUB Takes on the Utilities by Abby Feely, p. 6
                    8. Bani Sadr Mourns Derailed Revolution by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                    9. It's Not Just Any Rugby Tour by Louis Freedberg, pp. 9-11
                    10. The AFL-CIO Takes a Big First Step, p. 12
                    11. Labor's Problems Are the Nation's Problems by Nicholas von Hoffman, p. 13
                    12. Black Democrats Turn to the Republicans for Help by Vernon Jarrett, p. 13
                    13. So That's What the Rich Do with Their Tax Rebates by Thomas Brom, p. 14
                    14. [+]
                      Aztecs' Decline and Fall by Pat Aufderheide, p. 15 - 1 Review
                      1. The Luck of Huemac by Daniel Peters
                    15. [+]
                      Rediscovering Voodoo Culture by Barbara Christian, p. 15 - 1 Review
                      1. Tell My Horse by Zora Neale Hurston
                    16. Rocky Mountain Lows by John Judis, p. 16
                    17. The Days of Our Real Lives by Phyllis Orrick, pp. 17-19
                    18. Respect by Barbara Garson, p. 20
                  9. [+]
                    September 23, 1981 Issue = 26 Articles
                    1. Ventilating Mine Safety in Colorado by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. No More New Deal on Homes by Thomas Brom, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. The Numbers War Heats up While the Body Count Rises by David Helvarg, p. 4
                    5. The Black Hills Are Not for Sale by Timothy Lange, p. 4
                    6. Politics Are a Factor in Tenure Battles by John Judis, p. 5
                    7. Will Black Colleges Survive? by Manning Marable, pp. 5-6
                    8. California Activists Reassess Strategy by Gina Lobaco, p. 7
                    9. One If by Land, Two If by Sea by G. Pascal Zachary, p. 7
                    10. Larzac-The Stuff of Leftists' Dreams by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-10
                    11. The U.S. Army's Fantasy Island by A. Lin Neumann, p. 11
                    12. Have Mosquitoes Been Drafted in a Secret War? by Ellen Bulf, p. 11
                    13. The Selling of the Army by Tony Schmitz, pp. 12-13
                    14. Letters, p. 14
                    15. Two-Wage Households Feed New Right Backlash in Traditional Families by Steve Max, p. 15
                    16. Britain's Left Socialists Knock Heads Together in Effort to Influence Labour by Karen Rosenberg, p. 16
                    17. Jim Hightower on Building the Left by Steve Rosswurm, p. 17
                    18. The Chinese Don't Know What to Call a Fifth Aunt by Angela Zito, p. 17
                    19. Anti-Soviet Rhetoric Stubs Toe in the Press by Steve Kovacs, p. 17
                    20. [+]
                      Shadowing Hammett by Paul Skenazy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Shadow Man by Richard Layman
                    21. [+]
                      The Case of the Colorful Editor by Seth Kupferberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. Minnesota Rag by Fred W. Friendly
                    22. [+]
                      Notebook, p. 19 - 4 Reviews
                      1. Kochemusha by Josh Brown and Howard Saunders
                      2. Poverty and Power by Rachel Heatley
                      3. Incredible Shrinking American Dream by Estelle Carol, Rhoda Grossman, and Bob Simpson
                      4. A Trumpet to Arms by David Armstrong
                    23. The Revolution in One Barrio by Paul Health Hoeffel, p. 20
                    24. Guernica Is Still Hot to Handle by Gary Michael Tartakov, p. 21
                    25. Stern's Message to China Is Universal by Liane Ellison Norman, pp. 21-23
                    26. Vert Action by Chuck Fager, pp. 24-28
                  10. [+]
                    September 30, 1981 Issue = 21 Articles
                    1. Malathion Is Only Half the Medfly Story by Thomas Brom, p. 2
                    2. Their First March May Not Be Their Last by David Moberg and John Judis, p. 3
                    3. The View from One Local by D.M. and J.J., p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. New FCC Chair Has Small Ideas by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    6. Day Eight at the Diablo Blockade by G. Pascal Zachary, p. 4
                    7. Letelier Death Is Commemorated by John Judis, p. 4
                    8. Minorities, at Least, Got the Message by Paul Du Brul, p. 5
                    9. Nader Looks forward in Anger by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 6
                    10. Is John Paul II a Socialist? by Paul G. Schervish, pp. 7-8
                    11. The Honeymoon Is Over for France's Socialist Leaders by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                    12. Letter from Mozambique by James North, p. 11
                    13. Letters, p. 12
                    14. Why Are Leftists Leaping to the Family's Defense? by Greg Calvert, p. 13
                    15. A New Pro-Family Group Really Belongs on the Left by Michael P. Lerner, pp. 13-14
                    16. [+]
                      Social Criticism: New Oriental Wisdom by Jon Spayde, p. 15 - 1 Review
                      1. Theory Z by William G. Ouchi
                    17. [+]
                      Myths of Inequality Debunked by David R. Roediger, p. 15 - 1 Review
                      1. The Pursuit of Inequality by Philip Green
                    18. [+]
                      Making Culture Is as Real as Making Steel by Joel Franks, p. 16 - 1 Review
                      1. Problems in Materialism and Culture by Raymond Williams
                    19. [+]
                      "Except for Poland" Is Refrain by Eric Lee, p. 16 - 1 Review
                      1. Worker's Rights, East and West by Adrian Karatnycky, Alexander J. Motyl, and Adolf Sturmthal, ...
                    20. Task Force's Real Work Is Now Done by Arlene Goldbard and Don Adams, pp. 17-19
                    21. The Gospel of Freedom by John Lewis, Jim Sessions, and Sue Thrasher, pp. 20-24
                4. [+]
                  Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1981 = 11 Issues, 190 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    October 7, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. Reagan May Have to Back Off on Gas Price Decontrol by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Can We Bring Back the Golden Age? by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Lunch Didn't Go Down Well by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 4
                    5. A New Tactic-Decapitation by David Helvarg, p. 4
                    6. A County May Be Dumped on by Melanie Scaduto, p. 5
                    7. Public Citizen Faces the '80s by Richard Kazis, p. 5
                    8. Briefing by Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., p. 5
                    9. Squatters Protest Housing Programs in Three U.S. Cities by Jeanie Wylie, p. 6
                    10. The Divided City by Tom Sutton, pp. 7-8
                    11. Never Mind, They Don't Work by Alexander Cockburn, p. 9
                    12. Belize, New Player in a Troubled Region by David Helvarg, p. 10
                    13. The Mideast by David Mandel, p. 10
                    14. England by Mervyn Jones, p. 11
                    15. Take This Mop and Shove It by Ronni Scheier, pp. 12-13
                    16. Social Security, p. 14
                    17. Letters, p. 15
                    18. Solidarity Speaks by Andrzej Tymowski, p. 16
                    19. Can the Court Simply Enforce Law? by John Denvir, p. 17
                    20. Lessons of the Bomb by Robert M. Nelson, p. 18
                    21. The Kids Show Us the View from the Projects by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                    22. [+]
                      Film Clips by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. Pesticides and Pills: For Export Only by Robert Richter
                    23. The Germans Invest in Cultural Controversy by Michael Gallantz, pp. 20-23
                    24. Sugar, Everywhere and Lots and Lots to Drink by Greg Moyer and Mark Mayell, p. 24
                  2. [+]
                    October 14, 1981 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. Confessions of an Unrepentant Liberal by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. Sadat Stirred up Religious Antagonisms by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    3. In Short by John Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Chemical War Starts up in the Halls of Congress by Viveca Ekers, p. 4
                    5. Christian Left Hits the Barrio by Bill Kenkelen, p. 4
                    6. Clean Air Assault Uses Smokescreen by David Moberg, p. 5
                    7. Beleaguered Tenants Flex Their Ballots by Peter Dreier, p. 6
                    8. Young Must Keep Running in Race for Mayor of Atlanta by Patricia Ohmans, pp. 7-8
                    9. Now Only Clerics Need Apply by Fred Halliday, pp. 9-11
                    10. Letters, p. 12
                    11. Can the Link between Class and Achievement Be Cut? by Norman Fruchter, p. 13
                    12. Labor's Dependency on the Democrats Began in the '30s by James R. Green, pp. 14-15
                    13. Provos' Support Not Bases on Program by Jack Kurt Jacobsen, p. 16
                    14. Managers Are the Main Reason for Poor Productivity by Josh Martin, pp. 17-19
                    15. "But I Don't Feel Guilty." by John S. Friedman, p. 20
                  3. [+]
                    October 21, 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. Feed the World, Deplete the Nation by Thomas Brom, p. 2
                    2. Reagan to the Nuclear Rescue by Mark Hertsgaard, p. 3
                    3. Will TMI Startup Reassure Investors? by David Spurr, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. Made in the U.S.A., But Sold to Women in Africa by Matthew Rothschild, p. 4
                    6. When No News Was Bad News by Saul Rigberg and Glenn Alcalay, p. 4
                    7. United-At Least for One Busy Weekend by David Moberg and James Cusick, pp. 5-6
                    8. Danes Try to Kick the Oil-Import Habit by Ron Ridenour, pp. 7-8
                    9. The "Miracle" of a Well-Housed Nation by Richard Appelbaum, p. 9
                    10. Cancun by John Judis, pp. 10-12
                    11. Letters, p. 13
                    12. Police Aided Klan by Ernest Evans, p. 14
                    13. The Unions Need Structural Change by Roberta Lynch, p. 15
                    14. An Ethical Twilight Zone in Film by Saul Landau, p. 16
                    15. The Poles Have an Answer to Robert Altman by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 17-19
                    16. Graffiti by Marilyn Mizrahi, p. 20
                  4. [+]
                    October 28, 1981 Issue = 20 Articles
                    1. Machinists Have Some Better Ideas by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. You Have a Right to Know Less and Less by Chuck Fager, pp. 3-4
                    3. News Roundup from Left Field by Jim Steiker, p. 5
                    4. Briefing: Chain Reaction by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                    5. NARAL's Shift to the Local Arena Provokes a Palace Coup by Rochelle Lefkowitz, p. 6
                    6. The States Get Rights, But Not Much Else by Thomas Brom, p. 7
                    7. On Government Business in France by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-10
                    8. Again the U.S. Backs a Loser by Jack Mitchell and Indy Badhwar, p. 11
                    9. Wet Dreams by Lenny Goldberg, p. 12
                    10. The Slow Death of Mono Lake by I.T. Semit, p. 13
                    11. A Defense Program That Endangers All, p. 14
                    12. Letters, p. 15
                    13. Writers Congress by Florence H. Levinsohn, p. 16
                    14. [+]
                      The Nobility Revised by Margaret George, p. 17 - 1 Review
                      1. The Persistence of the Old Regime by Arno J. Mayer
                    15. [+]
                      How to Read as a Political Act by Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. The Political Unconscious by Fredric Jameson
                    16. [+]
                      Notebook, p. 19 - 4 Reviews
                      1. Women in Cuba by Margaret Randall
                      2. Displacement by Chester Hartman
                      3. The Afro-Argentines of Buenos Aires, 1800-1900 by George Reid Andrews
                      4. Eight Short, Short Stories and Sketches by James T. Farrell
                    17. Behind the Bluster of the Ku Klux Klan by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                    18. Sex, Death and the Street Kid by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                    19. Picasso Comes into Focus as a Master of the Unfinished by John Berger, pp. 21-23
                    20. In the Land of the Latter Day Saints by Julie Dunfey, pp. 24-28
                  5. [+]
                    November 4, 1981 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. Cleveland Is Alive, But No Too Well by John Judis, p. 2
                    2. This Movement Won't Go Away by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Grenada's Head Attacks Interference from U.S. by Mark Fitzgerald and James Rosenberg, pp. 4-5
                    5. Hard Times Hit the Pilot's Union-And Its Lofty Self-Image by Michael Hoyt, p. 6
                    6. The General Strike That Wasn't by David Moberg, p. 7
                    7. New Jersey Has a Radioactive Road by Ann Spanel, p. 8
                    8. Strike Wave Divides Union by David Ost, pp. 9-10
                    9. What Do the Russians Really Want? by Fred Halliday, p. 11
                    10. Women In These Times by Vivian Gornick, pp. 12-16
                    11. [+]
                      False Prophet of Anti-Islam by Edward W. Said, p. 17 - 1 Review
                      1. Among the Believers by V.S. Naipaul
                    12. [+]
                      Why the FBI Spied on King by Chuck Fager, pp. 18-23 - 1 Review
                      1. The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr by David J. Garrow
                    13. Solidarity: The Movie by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 24-36
                  6. [+]
                    November 11, 1981 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. Unions Are of Three Minds on Clean Air by David Moberg, p. 2
                    2. Cleveland's Voters Want a Rest by John Judis, pp. 3-4
                    3. Lethal Work, If You Can Get It by James Crawford, p. 5
                    4. Jersey Race Stymies the Trend Watchers by Barbara Presley-Noble, p. 6
                    5. The Regime Gets the Message by James North, pp. 7-8
                    6. The Camp David "Process" Is Still the Only Game in Town by David Mandel, p. 9
                    7. Letters, p. 10
                    8. School Vouchers on California Ballot by Larry Stedman, p. 11
                    9. [+]
                      The War in Indochina: How We Got in and Out by David Mermelstein, p. 12 - 1 Review
                      1. Cracks in the Empire by Paul Joseph
                    10. "Novels Should Be Prohibited by the State" by Gregory C. Staple, p. 13
                    11. Degenerating Punk by Bruce Dancis, pp. 14-15
                    12. Oh Palestine by Miriam Wolf, p. 16
                  7. [+]
                    November 18, 1981 Issue = 21 Articles
                    1. The Public Works, But Not for Long by Thomas Brom, p. 2
                    2. Nickel and Diming the Poor by Mark Kelman, pp. 3-4
                    3. Durham Picks Biracial Slate by Steve Schewel and paul Luebke, p. 5
                    4. Austin Kicks Nuclear Habit by Margot E. Beutler, p. 5
                    5. Houstonians Tire of Growth by Wade Roberts, p. 5
                    6. Nukes Reined in Washington by Nancy Faller, p. 5
                    7. The Mask Is Off the "Peaceful Atom" by Joseph R. Egan, p. 6
                    8. Recession a Third Party to Contract Talks in Trucking by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                    9. Solidarity Rethinks Tactics by David Ost, p. 9
                    10. Papandreou by Alan Lupo, p. 10
                    11. France Has Its Own Agenda by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                    12. Dead End, Kids by Paul Berman, pp. 12-13
                    13. Welfare for a Truly Needy Industry, p. 14
                    14. Letters, p. 15
                    15. From Public Utility to the Free Market by Dia Michels, p. 16
                    16. Wrecking Ball to Hit Civil Rights in 1982 by Gregory D. Bquires, pp. 17-18
                    17. [+]
                      Basic Guide to Our New Horror by John Echeverri-Gent, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. El Salvador by Marvin E. Gettleman, Patrick Lacefield, and Louis Menashe, ...
                    18. The Case for Antiwar Protest, In Living Color by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                    19. View from the Guerrilla Camp by Anne Ireland, p. 20
                    20. Hispanic Self-Discovery Goes on Stage by Stephen Most, pp. 21-23
                    21. Two Preachers by Charles Fager, p. 24
                  8. [+]
                    November 25, 1981 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. The Education of an Air Controller by Suzanne Gordon, p. 2
                    2. AFL-CIO Leaders Inch Toward a More Aggressive Stance by David Moberg, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. U.S. Won't Try to Clear the Air by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    5. He Came from Central Casting by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                    6. Stage Is Set for a Replay of Tonkin Gulf by Frank Viviano, p. 5
                    7. Does the State Dept. Dare? by Jim Morrell, p. 5
                    8. Greece Can't Please Everyone by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                    9. Mines Display Goldplated Paternalism by James North, pp. 7-8
                    10. From a Small Leaf a Huge Debate Grows by John Judis, p. 9
                    11. Letters, p. 10
                    12. Is the Left Guilty of Criminal Neglect? by Bertram Gross, p. 11
                    13. [+]
                      The Western Press Is in Purdah by Gary Michael Tartakov, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                      1. Covering Islam by Edward W. Said
                    14. Sacred Mood Music by Joel Schechter, pp. 14-15
                    15. Big Cry Girls Don't by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                  9. [+]
                    December 9, 1981 Issue = 24 Articles
                    1. Sun May Set on a two-Party Britain by Mervyn Jones, p. 2
                    2. Dissent Tones Down the Call to Arms by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    3. But the Movement Has Grander Goals by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                    4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    5. The pentagon Was All Tied Up by Susan Jaffe, p. 4
                    6. Whitmire Wins Houston Race by David Mandel, p. 4
                    7. Briefing by Betty Holcomb, p. 5
                    8. Good Fences Make Unrealistic Policy by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                    9. Mayors Turn the Other Cheek by John Judis, pp. 7-8
                    10. World Bank Lends Itself to Criticism by Vincent P. Wilber, pp. 9-10
                    11. Workers, Not Wives by Ellen Cantarow, p. 11
                    12. Can Reagan Turn Back the Clock? by Diana Roose, p. 12
                    13. One, Two Many Nine-to-Fives by John Judis, p. 13
                    14. Road to Cutbacks Is Lined with People, p. 14
                    15. Letters, p. 15
                    16. Soviets Should Say Yes Despite Reagan by Diana Johnstone, p. 16
                    17. Can the Left Defend a Fantasized Family? by Kate Ellis, p. 17
                    18. [+]
                      A Long, Long Way from Nirvana by Paul Skenazy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                      1. The Nirvana Blues by John Nichols
                    19. The Magic Journeys of John Nichols, p. 18
                    20. [+]
                      The Menace of the Moderns by Chuck Lauster, p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe
                    21. [+]
                      Review The Struggle for Black Equality, 1954-1980, by... by J.S., p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. The Struggle for Black Equality, 1954-1980 by Howard Sitkoff Hill
                    22. [+]
                      Review The State of the World Atlas, by Michael Kidro... by P.A., p. 19 - 1 Review
                      1. The State of the World Atlas by Michael Kidron and Ronald Segal
                    23. The Shock of the Old by Karen Rosenberg, pp. 20-23
                    24. Rooms at the Top by Richard B. Marks, p. 24
                  10. [+]
                    December 16, 1981 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. Time is Running Out for the Movement and Solidarity by David Ost, p. 2
                    2. Battle in Senate Looms Over Voting Rights Extension by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                    4. Mozambique by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                    5. Wisconsin Bill Aids Gay Rights by Brooks Egerton, p. 4
                    6. The Steelworkers Take on a Tough One by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                    7. Sloppy Design and Poor NRC Review Plague Diablo by Pascal Zachary, p. 7
                    8. Birzeit's Closure Sparks Opposition by David Mandel, p. 8
                    9. A New Policy of Forcible Relocation by James North, p. 9
                    10. Surrogates in El Salvador? by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                    11. Letters, p. 10
                    12. Where Have They All Gone? by Robert McGarrah and David Kusnet, p. 11
                    13. The Money's in, and the Truth's Out by Michael Parenti, p. 12
                    14. [+]
                      The Tantrum Syndrome by Tamar Jacoby, p. 13 - 6 Reviews
                      1. Growing Up Underground by Jane Alpert
                      2. No Substitute for Madness by Ron Jones
                      3. George Orwell by Raymond Williams
                      4. Huey Long by T. Harry Williams
                      5. Who Knows by Herbert I. Schiller
                      6. Not a Through Street by Ernest Larsen
                    15. Unions Deliver a Message to the Tube by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                    16. All That Glitters is Not Sold by Michael Schudson, p. 16
                  11. [+]
                    December 24, 1981 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Harry Britt is More Than the Token Gay by Judy MacLean, p. 2
                    2. Haig is the Biggest Hawk of All by John Judis, p. 3
                    3. Score One for the 'Wild Men' by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 4
                    4. New Technology Gets Politics by Claire Greensfelder, p. 5
                    5. Montana Dumping Ban Squeaks By by McCarthy Coyle, p. 5
                    6. Disaster Relief Does Not Run on Time in Disinherited South by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                    7. Problems of Re-Supply Set Limits on Mideast Conflict by Fred Halliday, p. 7
                    8. For the Love of Lennon by Bruce Dancis, pp. 8-9
                    9. Letters, p. 10
                    10. What's Good for the Republicans..., p. 10
                    11. Nuclear-Free Europe is Aim of Disarmament Movement by Christopher Garlock, p. 11
                    12. Soviets Keep Firm Hand on Poles' "Long Leash" by Louis Menashe, p. 12
                    13. Feudal Epic Tells of Ruin by Jon Spayde, pp. 13-15
                    14. I Was a Macy's Contract Claus by K. Kringle, p. 16
              2. [+]
                Issues of 1982 = 33 Issues, 631 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1983 = 28 Issues, 533 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1984 = 41 Issues, 687 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1985 = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1986 = 11 Issues, 205 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1987 = 28 Issues, 590 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1988 = 29 Issues, 612 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1989 = 38 Issues, 828 Articles
                            2. [+]
                              Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 222 Issues, 4,094 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1990 = 28 Issues, 551 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1991 = 14 Issues, 250 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 235 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1993 = 26 Issues, 543 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1994 = 24 Issues, 504 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1995 = 24 Issues, 489 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1996 = 25 Issues, 469 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1997 = 22 Issues, 347 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1998 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 1999 = 23 Issues, 350 Articles
                                                2. [+]
                                                  Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 2001 = 24 Issues, 378 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        Issues of 2002 = 24 Issues, 348 Articles
                                                        1. [+]
                                                          Issues of 2003 = 22 Issues, 320 Articles
                                                          1. [+]
                                                            Issues of 2004 = 20 Issues, 379 Articles
                                                            1. [+]
                                                              Issues of 2005 = 16 Issues, 284 Articles
                                                              1. [+]
                                                                Issues of 2006 = 12 Issues, 261 Articles
                                                                1. [+]
                                                                  Issues of 2007 = 12 Issues, 270 Articles
                                                                  1. [+]
                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
                                                                    1. [+]
                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
                                                                    2. [+]
                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
                                                                      1. [+]
                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles