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    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
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        Issues of 1977 = 48 Issues, 1,406 Articles
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            Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 324 Issues, 6,174 Articles
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              Issues of 1980 = 37 Issues, 684 Articles
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                Issues of 1981 = 40 Issues, 759 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1982 = 33 Issues, 631 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1982 = 9 Issues, 170 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      January 20, 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. Poland Essay Is a Waste of Time by John Judis, p. 2
                      2. Reagan May Take a New tack on Taxes by Ruth Simon, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. The Messages Find the Media by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                      5. Eatery Has to Eat is Words by Lavon Gieselman, p. 4
                      6. Savings and Loans Totter at the Brink by Thomas Brom, p. 5
                      7. Solidarity Stretches its Limits by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                      8. Communist Party Scraps Soviet Model by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                      9. Revenge of the Good Ole Boys by Sheila D. Collins, pp. 8-9
                      10. Letters, p. 10
                      11. U.S. Steel Cons the Congress and Union by James Balanoff, p. 11
                      12. [+]
                        The Myth and Realities of Urban Crisis by Ruth Messinger, p. 12 - 1 Review
                        1. The Abuse of Power by Jack Newfield and Paul DuBrul
                      13. [+]
                        You Call Dis Informed? by Dave Roediger, p. 12 - 1 Review
                        1. Target America by James L. Tyson
                      14. [+]
                        Autobiography: The Heart of Maya Angelou by Barbara Christian, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. The Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou
                      15. [+]
                        Our Strategic Asian Friends by Paul Wolman, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                        1. The United States and the Philippines by Stephen Rosskamm
                      16. Testing the Formula by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, p. 16
                    2. [+]
                      January 27, 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. Mexican Socialists Run on "Democracy" by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Will UAW's Gamble Pay Off? by Michael Hoyt, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Though Austin Rejects Housing Referendum, Gays Are Still Worried about Future Measures by Wade Roberts, p. 4
                      5. In Short by Nina Berman and Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      6. One Star Falls, the Other Rises by Diana Johnstone, pp. 4-5
                      7. Popular Support for Weapons Freeze Grows by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                      8. Party Throws Out Reforms by John Judis, p. 7
                      9. Reaganomics by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 8
                      10. Reagan and Crew Get Tough Abroad by Bogdan Denitch, pp. 9-10
                      11. Ingredients of a Mild Response to the Polish Crisis by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                      12. When the Going Gets Tough the Left Must Get Going, p. 14
                      13. Letters, p. 15
                      14. Reducing Waste Wasn't the Object by Karl Frieden, p. 16
                      15. A Textbook Case of Running in Place by Norm Fruchter, p. 17
                      16. The Racism behind the Rioting by Hazel V. Carby, p. 18
                      17. [+]
                        Fiction: No Longer Innocent Abroad by Paul Skenazy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. A Flag for Sunrise by Robert Stone
                      18. [+]
                        Communications: A Dreamer's Approach to Electronic Nightmare by Tim Haight, p. 20 - 1 Review
                        1. Electronic Nightmare by John Wicklein
                      19. The Other Side of the Alamo by Jim Miller, pp. 21-23
                      20. Clother Make the Myth by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                    3. [+]
                      February 3, 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. To Concede or Not To Concede by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. New Left Rejects New Fed by John Judis, p. 3
                      3. Old GOP+F15040 Takes Charge by John Judis, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      5. It Doesn't Pay to Be Safe at Non-Union Coal Mines by David Moberg, p. 4
                      6. Which Side Is Propac on? by John Judis, p. 4
                      7. Draft: Easy Targets for Indictment by John D. Fisher, pp. 5-6
                      8. Unions Protest Anti-Strike Law by Sanjib Baruah and Manju Parikh, pp. 7-9
                      9. Letters, p. 10
                      10. The Danger of Ideology Over Politics by John Judis, p. 10
                      11. Schooling by Norm Fruchter, p. 11
                      12. Steve Max by Steve Max, p. 12
                      13. [+]
                        The Unwanted American Ally by Jack Colhoun, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. Why Vietnam? by Archimedes L.A. Patti
                      14. Wave Goodbye to Free Viewing of Sports Events by Lee Ballinger, p. 14
                      15. [+]
                        Powers That Be in Basketball by John Judis, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                        1. The Breaks of the Game by David Halberstam
                      16. I Was a Teenage Vandal by W.A. Van Winkle, p. 16
                    4. [+]
                      February 10, 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
                      1. Polish Crackdown Convulses CGT by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                      2. Congress Talks Back on El Salvador by William Buzenberg, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. A Rally at Minnesota's Unemployment Factory by Colleen Aho, p. 4
                      5. Nikel Follows Business' Beat by Matthew Rothschild, p. 4
                      6. Best of Deals Worst of Deals by Jay Walljasper, p. 5
                      7. Study: Reagan Wrongs Rights by Jane Stone, p. 5
                      8. Auto Companies Drive Too Hard a Bargain with UAW by David Moberg, p. 6
                      9. IRAs, the Unfairest Pension Plan of All by Thomas Brom, p. 7
                      10. Can Pension Funds Save the Frostbelt? by Chuck Fager, pp. 8-10
                      11. Poland Policy Splinters PCF by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                      12. New Deal Gives Way to the Raw Deal, p. 14
                      13. Letters, p. 15
                      14. Big Government by Roberta Lynch, p. 16
                      15. Criminal Code Is Up in the Senate Again by Bill Blum, p. 17
                      16. Miscasting the Revolutionaries by Louis Menashe, p. 18
                      17. That Tidy Sacking of the Palace by Pat Aufderheide, p. 18
                      18. A Missing Intelligence by Robert A. Rosenstone, p. 18
                      19. Feminism First in the Village by June Sochen, p. 19
                      20. Another Witness Heard From by Lester Rodney, p. 20
                      21. Louis Bryant-A Sister Carrie of the Bohemians by Alan Cheuse, p. 21
                      22. [+]
                        John Reed, Well Read by McKinleyC. Olson, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                        1. Romantic Revolutionary by Robert A. Rosenstone
                      23. Color on the Court by Jerome Karabel and David Karen, p. 24
                    5. [+]
                      February 17, 1982 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. Why Deficits Now Cause Recessions by John Judis, p. 2
                      2. Reagan's Plan Slights Cities by David Moberg, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Sorry, Ronnie-Europe Wants Shows with Taste by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                      5. A Notable Race to the Finnish by Ron Ridenour, p. 4
                      6. Egypt Is Back to the USSR by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                      7. Gun Control by Jay Walljasper, pp. 5-6
                      8. El Salvador by Renny Golden, p. 7
                      9. Costa Rica by Nelson Santana, pp. 7-9
                      10. Letters, p. 10
                      11. The Easy Way to Ruination by Karl Frieden, p. 11
                      12. Auto Design Changes Doom the Clark Plant by Rube Singer, p. 12
                      13. Left and Right in Belize Independence by Ted Aranda, p. 12
                      14. [+]
                        Seeking Refuge from the Engines of Progress by Morris Dickstein, pp. 13-15 - 1 Review
                        1. No Place of Grace by T.J. Jackson Lears
                      15. A Flag and a Door by Andrzej Tymowski, p. 16
                    6. [+]
                      March 10, 1982 Issue = 28 Articles
                      1. Labor Ponders What Is to Be Done by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Will Real Conservatives Step Forward? by John Judis, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Protesting Is Swell, but They'd Rather Be Ironing by Deborah Van Kleef, p. 4
                      5. Farmers Seek Grain of Parity by Ken Meter and Rob Stultz, p. 5
                      6. Ft. Bragg Gets Cold Shoulder by Mark I. Pinsky, p. 5
                      7. Disarmament - Just Imagine by David C. Morrison, p. 5
                      8. Freeze Is Felt in Connecticut by David Morse, p. 5
                      9. Reagan Backtracks on Stand by Ruth Simon, p. 6
                      10. Spotlight on Politics in Hollywood by Pat Aufderheide, p. 7
                      11. Voices from the Guild's Political Past by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 7-8
                      12. The Left Shuffles Party Lines by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                      13. The Armed Forces Buckle under Strain by Nelson Santana, p. 11
                      14. Who's Afraid of Costa-Gavras? by Leonard Quart and Al Auster, p. 12
                      15. Views of an Eyewitness by Paul Cantor, p. 13
                      16. Letters, p. 14
                      17. The Homosexual Family Member by Ray Olson, p. 15
                      18. Liberation and Justice for Gays by Greg Calvert, p. 15
                      19. The Public Policy Issue Is Gay Rights by John Judis, p. 15
                      20. The Gut Reaction to "Family" by Jim Rinnert, p. 15
                      21. Letters, p. 16
                      22. U.S. at It Again in Nicaragua by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 17
                      23. Anti-Communist Purges on Campuses Recalled by Marvin E. Gettleman, p. 18
                      24. [+]
                        A Modern Woman's Life Seen at Dawn by John Berger, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. Waking by Eva Figes
                      25. [+]
                        Marxists and Indians by Al Gedicks, p. 20 - 1 Review
                        1. Roots of Oppression by Steve Talbot
                      26. [+]
                        Notebook, p. 20 - 5 Reviews
                        1. Benjamin Franklin and the Philadelphia Typographical Strikers of 1786 by Henry P. Rosemont
                        2. The Deepening Crisis of U.S. Capitalism by Harry Magdoff and Paul Sweezy
                        3. The Mossadegh Era by Sepehr Zabih
                        4. A Daughter of Earth by Agnes Smedley
                        5. Solidarity: Poland in the Season of Its Passion by Lawrence Weschler
                      27. Monk - A Fortunate Madman of Jazz by Paul Chevigny, pp. 21-23
                      28. "Sorry, I'm a Vegetarian" by Gene Westervelt, pp. 24-28
                    7. [+]
                      March 17, 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. Socialism Is Greek to Them by Stas Margaronis, p. 2
                      2. Atlantans Still Have Doubts by Patricia Ohmans, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Cutbacks Force Courts to Decide Who Gets Fired by Steve Askin, p. 4
                      5. Greenland to EEC by Ron Ridenour, p. 4
                      6. Police Operate with Insolence by James North, p. 5
                      7. Fraud Charged in National Election by Nelson Santana, pp. 5-6
                      8. Socialists Flirt with Reagan by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                      9. "Is Freedom We Making!" by Thomas Brom, pp. 8-9
                      10. Letters, p. 10
                      11. Reading Tests a Classy Device by Deborah Meier, p. 11
                      12. Belizeans Support the PUP's Policies by David Helvarg, p. 12
                      13. [+]
                        Pete Seeger's Sound of Social Action by Bob Cohen, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. How Can I Keep from Singing: Pete Seeger by David King Dunaway
                      14. [+]
                        As the World Shook by Jonah Raskin, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. The Bohemians by Alan Cheuse
                      15. Of Yellow Roses and Black Bassadeers by Emily Friedman, pp. 14-15
                      16. Personal Best Pushes the Analogy between Sex and Sports, by Barbara Presley Noble, p. 16
                    8. [+]
                      March 24, 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
                      1. A Long Shot Heard Round the World by William Burr, p. 2
                      2. Will Labor Come in from the Cold War? by David Moberg, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Citing FOIA Documents, Peltier Seeks New Trial by Jan Elizabeth Stites, p. 4
                      5. Fun and Guns in Caribbean by Thomas Brom, p. 4
                      6. Man Finds Out He Is Pregnant by Bill Adler, p. 5
                      7. Briefing: Chain Reaction by Susan Jaffe, pp. 5-6
                      8. Salvador by John Dinges, pp. 7-8
                      9. Guatemala Has a New President, Yet Instability Reigns by Nelson Santana, p. 9
                      10. New Premier, New Promises by Jack Kurt Jacobsen, p. 10
                      11. Back on Track by Joel Parker #2 and Dan Biggs, p. 11
                      12. Rough Ride Ahead, pp. 12-13
                      13. God That Know Not What They Do, p. 14
                      14. Letters, p. 15
                      15. Individualism and Liberty by Richard Lichtman, p. 16
                      16. In South Africa, the Right Splinters but Apartheid Stays by James North, p. 17
                      17. [+]
                        Memories of a Lifelong Red by Lester Rodney, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Steve Nelson: American Radical by Steve Nelson, James R. Barrett, and Rob Ruck
                      18. [+]
                        In a River of Resistance by David Roediger, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. There Is a River by Vincent Harding
                      19. [+]
                        A Final Solution for Imaginary Arabs by James Zogby, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. They Must Go by Meir Kahane
                      20. [+]
                        Another Way of Seeing John Berger by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                        1. Seeing Through Berger by Peter Fuller
                      21. Is 'Objective but Not Neutral' Good Enough? by Rick Ridder, p. 21
                      22. Despite the Numbers, a Shaky Future for Women's Athletics by Lee Ballinger, pp. 21-23
                      23. To Have and Have Not by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                    9. [+]
                      March 31, 1982 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. The Media Got the Message by Nelson Santana, p. 2
                      2. Is GM Taking Autoworkers for a Ride? by David Moberg, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Talk of Workers May Be Hazardous to Your Films by Mike Berkowitz, p. 4
                      5. Speaking with Forked Wallets by John Judis, p. 4
                      6. On the Left, a Match Made in Detroit by John Judis, pp. 5-6
                      7. Communists Turn to a "Third Way" by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                      8. Building Up Steam by Joel Parker #2 and Dan Biggs, pp. 8-9
                      9. Letters, p. 10
                      10. Soviet People Support Arms by Matthew Evangelista, pp. 11-12
                      11. Films Debunk Haig's Myths by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13
                      12. [+]
                        Si Kahn Reaches for the Grassroots by Sara Evans, pp. 14-15 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Organizing by Si Kahn
                        2. Doing My Job by Si Kahn
                      13. G.I. Joe Comes Back by Shan Takahashi, p. 16
                  2. [+]
                    Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1982 = 11 Issues, 220 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      April 7, 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
                      1. Social Democrats' Christian Crusade by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. U.S. Wins Pyrrhic Victory in Salvador by John Judis, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. A Salvador Rally in the Winter of Our Discontent by A. Lin Neumann, p. 4
                      5. Like Thatcher, Like Reagan by John Judis, p. 4
                      6. Chicago O.K.s Disarming Law by Jay Walljasper, p. 5
                      7. New Tenants, Old Buildings by Peter Howell, p. 5
                      8. Briefing by James Crawford, p. 5
                      9. High Black Turnout Re-Elects Morial by Monte Piliawsky, p. 6
                      10. Immigration by Thomas Brom, p. 7
                      11. Mass Transit by Jay Walljasper, p. 8
                      12. Public Transit Proponents Look to Congress to Draw the Line by Jay Walljasper, p. 8
                      13. Tribune Co. to Daily News by Michael Hoyt, pp. 9-10
                      14. Politics by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                      15. Running on Empty by Joel Parker #2 and Dan Biggs, pp. 12-13
                      16. The El Salvador Elections Only Give Fuel to Haig, p. 14
                      17. Campaigning for Socialism, p. 14
                      18. Letters, p. 15
                      19. It's Time for a Tax Reform That Won't Aid the Truly Greedy by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 16
                      20. Deterrence Is a Mean Illusion by Michael Parenti, p. 17
                      21. Left Historians Take the Pulse of People's History by Alfred Young, p. 18
                      22. [+]
                        History: Luxemburg's Passion for Political Happiness by Jo-Ann Mort, pp. 19-23 - 1 Review
                        1. Comrade and Lover by Elzbieta Ettinger and Rosa Luxemburg
                      23. Stage Left by Leonard Quart and Al Auster, p. 24
                    2. [+]
                      April 14, 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. Facing Up to the Defense Question by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Was Dellums' News Unfit to Print? by Eric R. Alterman, p. 3
                      3. This Amendment May Actually Pass by Mary Ellen Leary, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      5. Taxpayers Foot the Bill as Hospitals Bust Unions by Steve Askin, p. 4
                      6. So They Didn't Stop the Press by Michael Hoyt, p. 4
                      7. Four Scenes from an Election by Nelson Santana, pp. 5-6
                      8. Behind the West Bank Purges by David Mandel, p. 7
                      9. At the Crossroads by Dan Biggs and Joel Parker #2, pp. 8-9
                      10. Letters, p. 10
                      11. For Media, It's Not Another Vietnam by Dan Hallen, p. 11
                      12. Writing Off Third World Issues by David Spurr, p. 11
                      13. What Do We Mean In Saying Family? by Kate Ellis, p. 12
                      14. Cannibalizing Primitive Art by Daniel Newman, p. 13
                      15. All the Drama of True Stories by Mary Panzer, pp. 13-15
                      16. Pocketbook Pacifists by Marcia Yudkin, p. 16
                    3. [+]
                      April 21, 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
                      1. Who Are ERA's Real Friends? by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Outlaw Economy Thrives under Reagan by Thomas Brom, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Council Won't Fight City Hall by Lance Compa, p. 4
                      5. Data Center Tracks Facts by Thomas Brom, p. 5
                      6. Lakotas' Camp Is Staying Put by Jeanie Wylie, p. 5
                      7. Briefing by Brooks Egerton, p. 5
                      8. Close Vote Means a Turbulent Future by David Moberg, p. 6
                      9. Victory Next Door, Defeat at Home? by Fred Halliday, p. 7
                      10. Unity Is Only a 'Nuance' Away by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                      11. Thatcher Waffles on Falklands... by Mervyn Jones, p. 8
                      12. ...While Inflation, Not Confrontation, May Do in Galtieri by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, pp. 9-10
                      13. Double Jeopardy by Paul Joseph and John Judis, p. 11
                      14. Who's Who in the Nuclear Freeze Campaign by Jay Walljasper, pp. 12-13
                      15. Debate Heats Up in Our Glass House, p. 14
                      16. Letters, p. 15
                      17. Sandra O'Connor Is Off to a Poor Start by Bill Blum, p. 16
                      18. After the Elections the Outlook Is Grim for Land Reform by E. Bradford Burns, p. 17
                      19. Deciding Who's the Best Is a Money Proposition by Ralph Moss, p. 18
                      20. Women Are Overlooked By the Prizegivers by Rob Shaffer and Paul Skenazy, pp. 18-19
                      21. A Farmer Who Wields a Pen by Geoffrey Gardner, p. 20
                      22. East Meets West(ern)) by William B. Logan, pp. 21-23
                      23. Advertisements for Ideology by Angela Zito, p. 24
                    4. [+]
                      April 28, 1982 Issue = 14 Articles
                      1. Enter the "Small" Nuclear Reactor by Joseph R. Egan, p. 2
                      2. U.S.Wages a Secret War in Nicaragua by Craig Nelson, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. You Can't Trust Fidelity, So Who Can You Trust? by Alan Snitow, p. 4
                      5. SI: In Praise of Sandinistas by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                      6. The Agenda Seems the Least of Democratic Agenda's Worries by Gina Lobaco, p. 5
                      7. Thunder on the French Right by Diana Johnstone, pp. 6-7
                      8. Rock Goes on within You by Laurel Taylor, pp. 8-9
                      9. Letters, p. 10
                      10. This Is More Than a Peace Movement by Roberta Lynch, p. 11
                      11. [+]
                        Rethinking "Realism" by Chuck Fager, p. 12 - 3 Reviews
                        1. The Third Option by Theodore Shackley
                        2. The Global Politics of Arms Sales by Andrew J. Pierre
                        3. A Compassionate Peace by The American Friends Service Committee
                      12. Deals, Clocks and Tantrums by Lester Rodney, p. 13
                      13. Good News That Lasts by Thulani Davis, pp. 14-15
                      14. Home, Home on the Curb by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, p. 16
                    5. [+]
                      May 5, 1982 Issue = 25 Articles
                      1. Politics of Growth Won't Work in an Era Of Hard Choices by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Two Power Poles Emerge in Salvador by John Dinges, p. 3
                      3. Roberto d'Aubuisson Plays the Role of Villain by John Dinges, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      5. For Refugees, Home Is Where the Assassins Are by Thomas Brom, p. 4
                      6. Lawsuit Is Par for the Coors by Frank Clancy, p. 5
                      7. A Handshake and an Appeal by Thomas Brom, p. 5
                      8. Briefing: Chain Reaction by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                      9. Falwell and Co. - On the Skids...Or Speeding Up? by Chuck Fager, p. 6
                      10. Why Reagan Likes the Leaks by Craig Nelson, p. 7
                      11. Local Militias Fight "Contras" by David Moberg, p. 8
                      12. The Real Losers Are The Locals by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 9
                      13. A Port That Time Forgot by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, pp. 9-10
                      14. Return of the Sinai May Mean More Support for Begin by David Mandel, p. 11
                      15. Ground Zero at the Grass Roots, pp. 12-13
                      16. Letters, p. 14
                      17. Student Protesters Hit the Hill by Barbara Presley Noble, p. 15
                      18. [+]
                        "To My Country I Ship Poetry" by Magda Bogin, p. 16 - 1 Review
                        1. The Country Between Us by Carolyn Forche
                      19. Futuristic Visions That Tell Us about Right Now by Fredric Jameson, p. 17
                      20. [+]
                        Kosinski - The Survivor as Escape Artist by Daniel Newman, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Pinball by Jerzy N. Kosinski
                      21. [+]
                        Notebook, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                        1. Be It Enacted by the People by Mike A. Males
                        2. Village Culture and the Vietnamese Revolution by David Hunt
                        3. The New Right Papers by Robert W. Whitaker
                      22. Plowshares 8, Take Two by Joel Schechter, p. 19
                      23. Caldicott's Talks Can Freeze the Viewers by Mimi Morton, p. 19
                      24. Hot Lunch at the Atomic Cafe by Eric Breitbart, pp. 20-23
                      25. Department Store Diplomacy by A. Lin Neumann, p. 24
                    6. [+]
                      May 12, 1982 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. Arms Gap Sows by William Burr, p. 2
                      2. Hightower Coasts to Victory by Joe Holley, p. 3
                      3. An Unhealthy Environment by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. Ohio Demonstrators Put the Heat on Oil Company by Deborah Van Kleef, p. 4
                      5. He'd Bury the Nuclear Issue by Thomas Brom, p. 4
                      6. INS' Job-Creating tactic Is Arresting by Paul Glickman, p. 5
                      7. A Gloomy Time for Social Democrats by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                      8. Argentina Is Spoiling Brazil's Big Plans by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 7
                      9. Shafted by W. Charles Spear, p. 8
                      10. Shutdowns Hit Two Mining Towns by Bob McCarthy, p. 9
                      11. Letters, p. 10
                      12. The Battle for Poland's Mind by Andrzej Tymowski, p. 11
                      13. The Greening of Right-Wing Journalism by David Corn, pp. 12-13
                      14. [+]
                        The Script Was Political by Jean Butler, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                        1. The Hollywood Writers' Wars by Nancy Lynn Schwartz and Sheila Schwartz
                      15. Benched by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                    7. [+]
                      May 19, 1982 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. All's Not Quiet on the Labor Front by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Unemployment Hits 41-Year High-And Now the Bad News by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                      3. Blacks Key up for Progress by Janet Groat, p. 5
                      4. Briefing by Peggy Shinner, p. 5
                      5. Boom Time for Designer Genes by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                      6. Did the Wily Tribune Co. Doctor Its News Pitch? by Michael Hoyt, pp. 6-7
                      7. The Revolution Shifts Gears by James North, pp. 8-10
                      8. Opposition Leader Looks to the Future by John Dinges, p. 11
                      9. Brooklyn Blacks Fight City Hall by Jim Sleeper, pp. 12-14
                      10. Letters, pp. 15-17
                      11. [+]
                        Hidden Costs of One Chicano's Education by Paul Skenazy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Hunger of Memory by Richard Rodriguez
                      12. Ethnic Voices Muted in Today's Publishing, p. 18
                      13. A Book Using Barrio Slang May Be as All-American as Huck Finn But Corporate Publishers..., p. 19
                      14. [+]
                        When Dream Worlds Collide by Stephan Schwartzman, p. 20 - 1 Review
                        1. Maps and Dreams by Hugh Brody
                      15. [+]
                        The Durable Myth of the Vanishing Race by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                        1. Vanishing Race and Other Illusions by Christopher M. Lyman and Edward S. Curtis
                      16. Hit Records in an Old Tradition by Kalamu Ya Salaam, pp. 21-23
                      17. A Bike, A Beer and a Union Card by Dan MacLeod, p. 24
                    8. [+]
                      May 26, 1982 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. Why Lou Grant got the Ax by Susan Heeger, p. 2
                      2. Strikers Put the Brakes On Concessions by Eric Leif Davin and Joseph White, p. 3
                      3. Exxon Retreats from the Synfuels Industry by Douglas Vaughan, p. 3
                      4. Nice Idea, Though by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      5. In D. C., 200 Veterans Relive the War at House by Daniel Miles Kehoe, p. 4
                      6. Looking for an Unclean Break by Jane Stone, p. 4
                      7. The Battle for Party's Soul by John Judis, p. 5
                      8. The Union and WABCO Slug It out in Court, p. 6
                      9. Poles Take it to the Streets by David Ost, p. 7
                      10. A Polish Double-Cross, p. 7
                      11. Grains of Wrath by Ken Meter, pp. 8-9
                      12. Letters, p. 10
                      13. Planning to Keep Them in Their Place by Deborah Meier, p. 11
                      14. [+]
                        The Illusion of Ethnic Equality by Ronald Takaki, p. 12 - 1 Review
                        1. Ethnic America by Thomas Sowell
                      15. The Enigma of C.L.R. James by Jeff Beneke, p. 12
                      16. The Sounds of Many Cultures by Kalamu Ya Salaam, pp. 13-15
                      17. Hey, Big Spenders by Anthony Schmitz, p. 16
                    9. [+]
                      June 2, 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. A Big Step Toward Worker Ownership by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Church Groups Preach Peace by Robert McClory, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4
                      4. United Way Is Trigger-Happy by Shelly Kellman, pp. 4-5
                      5. NY Rally Coalition Heals Itself by Dave Lindorff, p. 6
                      6. Voters Face Costly Initiatives by Thomas Brom and Louise Billotte, p. 7
                      7. Jo and Nick Seidita by Gina Lobaco, p. 8
                      8. Randall Forsberg by David Moberg, p. 8
                      9. William Winpisinger by David Moberg, p. 8
                      10. Raymond Hunthausen by Robert McClory, p. 9
                      11. Defense Debate on a Tightrope by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                      12. Gore Vidal is Serious by Joan Walsh, pp. 12-13
                      13. Peacenik in Spite of Himself?, p. 14
                      14. Letters, p. 15
                      15. Disarming Is Out from under the Rug by Dan Hallin, p. 16
                      16. The Business of America Is Arms by David Goodman, p. 17
                      17. [+]
                        Nuclear Death-In-Life by Lawrence Weschler, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. The Fate of the Earth by Jonathan Schell
                      18. [+]
                        Sex and the Military by Brett Harvey, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. Mixed Company by Helen Rogan
                      19. The Missing Community in Middletown by Richard Fox, pp. 20-23
                      20. Shelter by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, pp. 24-28
                    10. [+]
                      June 16, 1982 Issue = 25 Articles
                      1. Chicago Blacks Test Independence by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. "No" to Givebacks in Canada by Collin Gribbons, p. 3
                      3. Conservative Trades Break Away from the Labour Congress, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Nina Berman, p. 4
                      5. Can Fasting and Changes in Rules Rescue the ERA? by David Moberg, p. 4
                      6. Briefing: Election Roundup by John Judis, p. 5
                      7. In the Midst of Plenty by Susan Kellam, p. 5
                      8. A Toddler with Determination by Jim Sleeper, p. 6
                      9. Coalition Politics Are Alive and Well by Thomas Brom, p. 7
                      10. Cost Is High, But Hayden Victory Could Be Worth It by G. Pascal Zachary, p. 7
                      11. No. 2 Trade Union Federation Edges toward First Place by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                      12. Interview with a Dissenting Leader by D.J., pp. 9-10
                      13. Playing the Waiting Game by David Ost, p. 11
                      14. Khomeini Wins a Third Victory in Iraq by Fred Halliday, p. 11
                      15. Playing, For Keeps by John Judis, pp. 12-13
                      16. The Search for a Left Way, p. 14
                      17. Letters, p. 15
                      18. Soviet Dissidents by Louis Menashe, p. 16
                      19. Elections and the Left in the '80s by Hal Baron and John Kretzmann, p. 17
                      20. [+]
                        A Working Model for Socialism by Stephen C. Smith, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. The Political Economy of Socialism by Branko Horvat
                      21. [+]
                        A Left Savior for Capitalism? by Bertram Gross, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Greed Is Not Enough: Reaganomics by Robert Lekachman
                      22. Speer and Sentiment by Hans Koning, p. 19
                      23. The Mystery of the Missing Identity by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                      24. Apple Pie and Anarchism as a Way of Life by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                      25. Dramatic Effects by Stephen Fife, p. 24
                    11. [+]
                      June 30, 1982 Issue = 25 Articles
                      1. American Nuns Battle for Equality by Gregory Bergman, p. 2
                      2. Israel's Blitz May Backfire by David Mandel, p. 3
                      3. An Open Letter to American Jews by Irene L. Gendzier, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Nina Berman and Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                      5. Greens Grow in Hamburg by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                      6. AMA Docs True to Form by Charles-Gene McDaniel, p. 4
                      7. Missiles and the Mafia by Diana Johnstone, p. 5
                      8. Briefing: Labor Roundup by David Moberg, p. 5
                      9. Soviets Score a Diplomatic Coup by Alan Snitow, p. 6
                      10. Playing Politics with the Airwaves, Cold War Style by Pat Aufderheide, p. 7
                      11. Look Left Among Democrats by John Judis, pp. 7-8
                      12. Was the Election Fraudulent? by John Dinges, pp. 9-10
                      13. Reagan Prevails by Default by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                      14. June 12, 1982 by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
                      15. Begin's Dirty War against Camp David, p. 14
                      16. Letters, p. 15
                      17. Giorgio Naqolitano Talks about the PCI by Larry Garner and Bob Leonardi, p. 16
                      18. S-391 Protects Illegal Activities by John Stockwell, p. 17
                      19. [+]
                        Who Will Be Left if We Win the War? by Robert M. Nelson, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Life after Nuclear War by Arthur M. Katz
                        2. The Final Epidemic by Ruth Adams and Susan Culleo
                      20. [+]
                        The Cost of Courting the Unfriendly Atom by McKinley Olson, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Killing Our Own by Harvey Wasserman and Norman Solomon
                      21. "As I Mention in My Book..." by Esther Cohen, p. 19
                      22. The Clash Fight Battle Fatigue by David Corn, p. 20
                      23. Not a Pretty Picture by Patricia Erens, p. 20
                      24. Mr. Machismo and the Boys by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                      25. The Best & the Blackest by Lester Rodney, p. 24
                  3. [+]
                    Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1982 = 8 Issues, 145 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      July 14, 1982 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. Why All Eyes Are on Fed by Thomas Brom, p. 2
                      2. Democrats Point Toward'84 by John Judis, pp. 3-5
                      3. Labor Coalition Challenges Litton by Charles Sugnet, p. 6
                      4. Election Campaign Takes Off by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                      5. Peace Movement Leader Speaks Out Against Begin by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                      6. Fighting in Guerrilla Areas Escalates to Highest Level Yet by John Dinges, pp. 11-13
                      7. Letters, p. 14
                      8. Shattering Myths about the ERA by Roberta Lynch, p. 15
                      9. The Poison from Pineapples by Jeanette Foster, pp. 16-17
                      10. [+]
                        Culture of the Factory World by Sidney Mintz, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Working for Capitalism by Richard M. Pfeffer
                      11. Different Drummers by Jay Walljasper, p. 19
                      12. Testimony of the Camera by Daniel Newman, pp. 20-23
                      13. Fear Eats tge Soul by Paul Thomas, p. 24
                    2. [+]
                      July 28, 1982 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. Dialysis Cutbacks by Helen Cordes, p. 2
                      2. Shultz Treated with Kid Gloves by John Judis, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Nina Berman, pp. 4-5
                      4. Congress Balks at Reagan's Support of Hassan's War by Claudia Wright, p. 6
                      5. New Crackdown on Indians by John Dinges, pp. 7-8
                      6. Populism, Mexican-Style, Wins the Day by Anne Nelson, p. 9
                      7. Workers' Control for Some Factories by James North, pp. 9-10
                      8. Palestinians Seek "Mutual Recognition" by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                      9. Letters, p. 14
                      10. Body-Building on the Left by Ruth Messinger and Paul Du Brul, p. 15
                      11. The Impulse to Protect Fragile Israel by Morris Alexander, p. 15
                      12. Deficit Spending Rides Again by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
                      13. UN Disarmament Opportunity Fizzles by David Corn, p. 17
                      14. [+]
                        Syphilis Study As Social Microcosm by Lawrence W. Levine, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Bad Blood by James H. Jones
                      15. The Housing Project Could Be a Refuge by Peter Dreier and Kathy Huffhines, p. 19
                      16. The Outrage of the Artist by Lucy R. Lippard, pp. 20-23
                      17. No Satisfaction by Beth Tompkins-Bates and Timothy Bates, p. 24
                    3. [+]
                      August 11, 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. Pro-Family Politics by Chuck Fager, p. 2
                      2. Byrne Appointees Spark Black Boycott by Laura Washington, p. 3
                      3. El Salvador Policy By Default by Anne Nelson, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Nina Berman, p. 4
                      5. Connecticut Passes Right-To-Know Law by Steve Singer, p. 4
                      6. Michaux Loses in N. Carolina by Steve Schewel, p. 4
                      7. Teachers Union Toes the Line by Lois Weiner, p. 5
                      8. Briefing: Chain Reaction by Susan Jaffe, pp. 5-6
                      9. New Federalism Sharpens Class Lines by Thomas Brom, pp. 7-8
                      10. Business Applauds Proposal by Charles Piller, p. 9
                      11. The Old, the New and the Outsiders by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                      12. Milking by Ken Meter, pp. 12-13
                      13. Begin Is Achieving a Pyrrhic Victory, p. 14
                      14. Letters, p. 15
                      15. An Interview with Nguyen Co Thach by Kathleen Gough, p. 16
                      16. Rifts Still Plague Israeli Opposition by Dan Rothstein, p. 17
                      17. [+]
                        The Long Career of a Populist Writer by Ralph Moss, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                        1. Rites of Ancient Ripening by Meridel Le Sueur, Mary E. Shaw, and Deborah Lesueur, ...
                      18. Bad Blood Flows at PBS by Kathleen Hulser, p. 20
                      19. Poetry from the Soul of the New Machines by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                      20. Afternoon of the Living Dead by Lawrence Weschler, p. 24
                    4. [+]
                      August 25, 1982 Issue = 21 Articles
                      1. Gay and Cancer-Blaming the Victim? by Gideon Bosker, p. 2
                      2. Trade Sanctions Called Self-Defeating by John B. Judis, p. 3
                      3. The China Cards by John Judis, p. 3
                      4. In Short by Nina Berman, p. 4
                      5. "Bad Citizen Award" Goes to Chicago Bank by Nina Berman, p. 4
                      6. Tinkering with Apartheid by James North, p. 4
                      7. In Detroit, a Steamroller by Ron Williams, p. 5
                      8. Briefing by Nina Berman, p. 5
                      9. Workers Rock Chinatown by Richard Moore, p. 6
                      10. Occupational Health by Steve Schewel, p. 7
                      11. A Walk on the Crooked Line of Labor Opposition by David Mandel, p. 8
                      12. Gunmen's Attack Shocks Jews-And Incites Begin by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                      13. El Salvador by John Dinges, pp. 11-12
                      14. "You Can Speak Your Mind" by Bruce Shapiro, p. 13
                      15. Letters, pp. 14-15
                      16. Realtors Don't Like Marketplace Magic by Wallace Kaufman, p. 16
                      17. Schooling by Norm Fruchter, p. 17
                      18. [+]
                        Chomsky's Challenges by Walter LaFeber, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Towards a New Cold War by Noam Chomsky
                      19. Xica: A Carnal Knowledge of Colonialism by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 19-20
                      20. Black Music by Kalamu Ya Salaam, pp. 21-23
                      21. Town without Fear by John Brentlinger, pp. 24-32
                    5. [+]
                      September 8, 1982 Issue = 21 Articles
                      1. Playing Hardball with Team Owners by Chris Allen, p. 2
                      2. Israeli Attack No Surprise to Pentagon by Claudia Wright, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Nina Berman, p. 4
                      4. A Bailout for Manville? by David Moberg, p. 4
                      5. The Ledeen Connections by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                      6. Briefing: Selective Prosecution by Nina Berman, p. 5
                      7. Wall Street Upsurge Falls Flat by John B. Judis, p. 6
                      8. Pluralism Plagues the Largest Union by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                      9. Behind the Rush to Purchase Dollars by William Orme, pp. 9-10
                      10. Police Crack Down on Union by Richard Kolloneai, p. 11
                      11. Nicaragua Revolution Counter Revoi by Jack Epstein and James Evans, pp. 12-13
                      12. Manville Seeks Welfare Cheater Status, p. 14
                      13. Letters, p. 15
                      14. Idea of Palestine Hounds Zionists by Edward W. Said, p. 16
                      15. Gail Cincotta Is Out to Reclaim America by David Moberg, p. 17
                      16. [+]
                        A Clear, New Vision of the Communist Party by Lester Rodney, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Which Side Were You On? by Maurice Isserman
                      17. [+]
                        Taking the Ecotopian Road to Survival by George Scialabba, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Ecotopia Emerging by Ernest Callenbach
                      18. [+]
                        No Place to Go: A New Breed of Poor Migrants by Gerald T. Burns, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. Horatio Alger, Farewell by Celeste MacLeod
                      19. The Angles of TV Accuracy by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                      20. [+]
                        Hearts, Minds and Holocaust by D.D. Guttenplan, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                        1. Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die (1982 Film) by Laurence Jarvik
                      21. Tmi Tourists by Paul Choitz, pp. 24-28
                    6. [+]
                      September 15, 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. New Archbishop Wins Over Chicago by Robert McClory, p. 2
                      2. Reagan's Mideast Initiative Has Something for Everyone by Claudia Wright, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Steel Talks Break Down by David Bensman and Jack Metzgar, p. 4
                      5. Republican Moderates Make Some Headway by James Ridgeway, p. 4
                      6. Asbestos Victims Face Frustration by Paul Glickman, p. 5
                      7. One Asbestos Worker's Story by Paul Glickman, p. 5
                      8. Can Mario Cuomo Catch Up to Koch? by John B. Judis, p. 6
                      9. More Shock Waves Ripple from South of the Border by Thomas Brom, pp. 7-8
                      10. Manila Braces for Marcos Visit to the United States by A. Lin Neumann, p. 9
                      11. Letters, p. 10
                      12. Nachum Goldmann by Arieh Lebowitz, p. 11
                      13. Segregationists Have Iron Grip in L.A. by Norm Fruchter, p. 12
                      14. Pornography Won't Go Away by Kate Ellis, p. 13
                      15. [+]
                        A Radical on and off Stage by Lynn Garafola, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                        1. Isadora Speaks by Franklin Rosemont and Isadora Duncan
                      16. Safety First by Dan MacLeod, p. 16
                    7. [+]
                      September 22, 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. The Soviet Union Is Waiting for 1984 by Fred Halliday, p. 2
                      2. Soaring Debts Threaten Banking System by Daniel Lazare, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Salvadoran Exiles Lose Bid for Asylum in U.S. by Thomas Brom, p. 4
                      5. "The Jungle" of the 1980s by Kathleen Hughes, p. 4
                      6. Briefing: Citizens Party by Jay Walljasper, p. 5
                      7. Democrats Coast to Victory by John B. Judis, p. 6
                      8. New Federalism by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                      9. Greensboro, N.C. by Alex Charns, pp. 9-10
                      10. The Arab Summit by Claudia Wright, p. 11
                      11. Chicago Housing Project Residents Organize for Jobs. by Harvy Lipman, pp. 12-13
                      12. Letters, p. 14
                      13. "Anti-Terrorist" Bill Threatens Rights by Louise Billotte, p. 15
                      14. ITT's Stress on Running Socialists Makes No Sense by Joseph M. Schwartz, p. 16
                      15. A Private and Public Politics by Joseph M. Schwartz, pp. 16-17
                      16. [+]
                        Diaries Reveal Israel's Secret Strategy by Diana Johnstone, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Israel's Sacred Terrorism by Livia Rokach
                      17. [+]
                        E.T. Grows Up in Kotzwinkle's Novelization by Ariel Dorfman, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                        1. E.T. by William Kotzwinkle
                      18. Paris Takes to the Airwaves by Daniel Cohen, p. 20
                      19. Folk Music by David Moberg, pp. 21-23
                      20. Life in the Slow Lane by Anthony Schmitz, p. 24
                    8. [+]
                      September 29, 1982 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. Auto Content Bill by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Key Illinois Race Tests Reaganomics by David Moberg, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Workers Face Chrysler Pact by David Moberg, p. 4
                      5. Public Radio Means Business by Michael Curtin, p. 4
                      6. PCB Protest Unites County by Alex Charns, p. 5
                      7. Four-Year PCB Journey, pp. 5-6
                      8. Dead End for Right-To-Lifers by Chuck Fager, p. 7
                      9. U.S. Global Cities Shake Labor Market by Thomas Brom, pp. 7-8
                      10. A Left Look at the Bank Seizure by Marc Cooper and Paz Cohen, p. 9
                      11. Dutch Elections May Not Affect the NATO Missiles by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                      12. Letters, p. 10
                      13. After the Tragedy of Sabra and Shatila by Arieh Lebowitz, p. 11
                      14. [+]
                        At Home in the Atomic City by Janice Peck, p. 12 - 1 Review
                        1. Nuclear Culture by Paul Rogat Loeb
                      15. [+]
                        Right-Wing Populism on Rise by John B. Judis, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. Post-Conservative America by Kevin P. Phillips
                      16. Odes to the Outlands by Barbara Garson, pp. 14-15
                      17. Foul Play by Chuck Fager, p. 16
                  4. [+]
                    Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1982 = 5 Issues, 96 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      October 6, 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. McBride Sells out Steelworkers by David Bensman, p. 2
                      2. Pay Equity an Issue of the'80s by John B. Judis, p. 3
                      3. Falwell Doesn't Have a Prayer by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Brazil Will Hold Election by Bernardo Kucinski, p. 4
                      5. Suits Claim A-Tests Deadly by Paul Choitz, p. 4
                      6. Briefing: Chain Reaction by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                      7. Cuomo Trounces Koch in Primary by Paul A. Du Brul, pp. 6-8
                      8. For Farmers, Echoes of the Depression by Ken Meter, p. 9
                      9. How Wartime Boom Led to Peacetime Bust, p. 9
                      10. Rally in Tel Aviv Is a Rare Show of Wartime Dissent by Peretz Kidron, p. 10
                      11. America's Role in the Beirut Massacre by Claudia Wright, p. 11
                      12. Evasion on a Large Scale by C.W., pp. 11-13
                      13. Nothing Fails Like Excess, p. 14
                      14. Letters, p. 15
                      15. An Interview with Tony Mazzocchi by Marge Harrison, pp. 16-18
                      16. [+]
                        Tyler's Epic Recipe Is Food, Love and Family by Paul Skenazy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler
                      17. Spirited Left Forges a Philosophical Base by Phillip Johnson, p. 19
                      18. Today's Video Kids Are Striking Back at 25 Cents a Shot by Jeff Reid, p. 20
                      19. When Does Art Lead to Action? by Nina Berman, pp. 21-23
                      20. The Penny Auction by Sam Delson, p. 24
                    2. [+]
                      October 13, 1982 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. Recession Doesn't Stop Merger Mania by Daniel Lazare, p. 2
                      2. Schmidt Defeat Rouses Fear on All Sides by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                      3. In Short by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Independent Booksellers Fight Back at the Chains by Alan Snitow, p. 4
                      5. SWP Members Sue Lockheed by Janet Groat, p. 4
                      6. Governor's Race Tests Neo-Liberalism by David Moberg, p. 5
                      7. College Receives Eviction Notice During Tribunal by Thomas Brom, p. 6
                      8. Freeze Supporters Find Indifference to the Initiative by Alan Snitow, p. 7
                      9. Holly Wood by Al LaValley, pp. 8-9
                      10. Letters, p. 10
                      11. U.S. Imperial Aims Aided by Massacre by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                      12. Surface Calm Belies Realities in Poland by David Ost, p. 12
                      13. [+]
                        The Hidden Heritage of Early Socialist Women by Alice Kessler-Harris, p. 13 - 1 Review
                        1. Women and American Socialism, 1870-1920 by Mari jo Buhle
                      14. Phillips' Songs Reveal Unsung American Past by Jay Walljasper, pp. 14-15
                      15. Women Wear Menswear by Virginia Holbert, p. 16
                    3. [+]
                      October 20, 1982 Issue = 21 Articles
                      1. Now's Convention by David Behrens, p. 2
                      2. The Double-Digit Jobless Rate Marks Start of a New era by Daniel Lazare, pp. 3-4
                      3. Oil Flushing Pollutes Gulf by Brad Warren, p. 5
                      4. Briefing by John Judis, p. 5
                      5. Why Jerry Brown Is Talking Issues by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 6
                      6. Tom Hayden Courts Voters by Paul Glickman, p. 7
                      7. Philip Burton Is No. 1 on Reagan's Hit List by Louise Billotte, pp. 7-8
                      8. Hard Times May Cause Upset by David Beberg, pp. 9-10
                      9. The Rise of PACs on the Left by Jonathan Greenberg, Michael Moynihan, and Aaron Bernstein, ..., p. 11
                      10. Congressional Races to Watch on Election Day by Jonathan Greenberg, Mic, p. 12
                      11. Congressional Races to Watch on Election Day by Michael Moynihan and Aaron Bernstein, p. 13
                      12. Nuclear Freeze Referenda from Coast to Coast by George Paimer, Michael Kazin, and Steve Burkholder, ..., p. 14
                      13. Letters, p. 15
                      14. Don't Elevate the Parochial by Max Gordon, p. 16
                      15. Left Must Provide a Real Alternative by James Weinstein, p. 16
                      16. ITT's Editors Should Accept the Dilemma That Socialists Always Face by John Cameron, p. 17
                      17. [+]
                        Demagogues Offer Lessons for '80s Leftists, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Voices of Protest by Alan Brinkley
                      18. [+]
                        Morality on a New Scale by Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 19 - 1 Review
                        1. In a Different Voice by Carol Gilligan
                      19. Already a Mountain Tradition by Michael W. Perri, p. 20
                      20. A Deadly Subject Comes to Life by Charles Sugnet, pp. 21-23
                      21. The Junkman Gets It Where He Can by Dick Dahl, p. 24
                    4. [+]
                      October 27, 1982 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. Chicago Remapping Challenged in Court by Curtis Black, p. 2
                      2. Elections Test GOP Strength by John B. Judis, p. 3
                      3. NCPAC's Failures by J.J., p. 3
                      4. In Short by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      5. D.C. Mulls Soviet Links by John B. Judis, p. 4
                      6. Danger Lurks in the Fog by Paul Choitz, p. 4
                      7. Californians Will Vote on Measures by Thomas Brom and Paul Glickman, pp. 5-6
                      8. Labor Steps Up Role in the '82 Elections by David Moberg, p. 7
                      9. Showdown Coming in the Near Future by Jeff Nesbit, pp. 8-12
                      10. Refugees Caught in Cross Fire by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 13
                      11. Letters, p. 14
                      12. George Wallace Rises Again with Help from Blacks by Manning Marable, p. 15
                      13. Gen. Matti Peled Discusses Israel's Recent Policy by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 16
                      14. Reruns and Cheap Shots by Paul Choitz, p. 17
                      15. [+]
                        The Farmer in Revolt: 1920-50 by Carl Ross, pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
                        1. Red Harvest by Lowell K. Dyson
                      16. A Steelworker and the Last Shift by Eric Leif Davin, p. 20
                      17. Old Beeswax and the First Strike by Paul Krause, p. 20
                    5. [+]
                      November 3, 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
                      1. At Chrysler, UAW Faces Tough Choices by David Moberg, p. 2
                      2. Oil Prices Could Plunge to New Low by Daniel Lazare, p. 3
                      3. Bedtime Scary Tales by Jay Walljasper, p. 4
                      4. Westinghouse plant Heads for the South by David Moberg, p. 4
                      5. FEMA Ducks Nuke Protest by Peter Dammann, p. 4
                      6. Briefing by Paul Choitz, p. 5
                      7. A Patient Explosion Threatens to Sink Hospital Program by Dong Birch, p. 6
                      8. VA Head Discusses Future Vet Benefits by Dong Birch, p. 7
                      9. A Vet's Nightmare with the VA System, p. 7
                      10. Miskitos Arm for Move on Nicaragua by James H. Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 8
                      11. Grassroots Left Is Withering by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                      12. The U.S. Is a Friend Indeed by Claudia Wright, p. 11
                      13. Who Funds the Arts? by John S. Friedman, pp. 12-13
                      14. Can Left Go Up as Reagan Goes Down?, p. 14
                      15. Letters, p. 15
                      16. Reagan's Plan by Irving Weinstein, p. 16
                      17. An Open Letter from Solidarity to the Left by Dawid Warszawski, p. 17
                      18. [+]
                        Marx, Christ, Cervantes and Greene Mingle by Charles Sugnet, p. 18 - 1 Review
                        1. Monsignor Quixote by Graham Greene
                      19. Colombia's Chronicler of Resistance by Jean Franco, p. 19
                      20. On Springsteen's Back Roads by David Corn, p. 20
                      21. How You Pay the Game by Chris Allen, p. 21
                      22. What's behind All the Booing? by Lionel S. Lewis and Lee S. Dryden, pp. 21-23
                      23. Bernadette Devlin by Carolyn Forche, pp. 24-36
                2. [+]
                  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
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                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles