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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 1982 = 33 Issues, 631 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1983 = 28 Issues, 533 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1983 = 10 Issues, 191 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        April 13, 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
                        1. Arms and L'Eggs by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. U.S. Strategy for El Salvador Is Too Little, Too Late by Marc Cooper, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Divestment Bill to Congress? by Carole Collins, p. 4
                        5. Oakland Vote Tests Left by Marc Beyeler, p. 4
                        6. Israeli Arms Pipeline Bolsters Rightists by Steve Goldfield, Jane Hunter, and Paul Glickman, pp. 5-6
                        7. France, Bad News on Economic Front Sets Off a Socialist Retreat by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                        8. The Celestial Conquistadors by Timothy Lange and S.K. Levin, pp. 8-9
                        9. Letters, p. 10
                        10. Avoid Blanket Condemnation by James Weinstein, p. 11
                        11. Cuba's Made Great Gains by Max Gordon, p. 11
                        12. What Marx Really Foresaw by Branch Walker, p. 11
                        13. Talking Past One Another by John B. Judis, p. 12
                        14. [+]
                          Didion Offers Despair, But Little Insight by Christopher Hitchens, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. Salvador by Joan Didion
                        15. Ronnie Gilbert Weaves Old Issues and New by Michael Kimmel, pp. 14-15
                        16. Women Warriors by Judith Matloff, pp. 16-20
                      2. [+]
                        April 20, 1983 Issue = 19 Articles
                        1. Mondale Voted the Bay State's Favorite by John B. Judis, p. 2
                        2. Can William Ruckelshaus Clear the Air at the EPA? by Jim Jubak, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Exxon Mine Hits Protest by Al Gedicks, p. 4
                        5. Setback in Santa Monica by John Raymond, p. 4
                        6. TMI Cleanup "Dangerous" by Bob Sanders, p. 5
                        7. Briefing by Allan Ebert-Miner, p. 5
                        8. Washington Still Has a Hard Row to Hoe by David Moberg, pp. 6-8
                        9. Unions Split on Immigration by Debi Duke, p. 9
                        10. Rep. Morrison's First 100 Days Has Highs and Lows by Paul Bass, p. 9
                        11. Liberation Theology Converting Church by Judith Matloff, p. 10
                        12. Washington Victory Ushers in a New Era of Coalition Politics, p. 11
                        13. Letters, p. 12
                        14. Market Keeps Hungary Going by Mark H. Lazerson, pp. 13-14
                        15. [+]
                          The World View from the Left by Pat Aufderheide, p. 15 - 1 Review
                          1. World View 1983 by Francois Geze and Pete Ayrton
                        16. Power Politics History by Paul Choitz, p. 15
                        17. [+]
                          Memoirs: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold War by David Corn, p. 16 - 1 Review
                          1. After Long Silence by Michael Straight
                        18. A Night That Makes History by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 17-19
                        19. Art Among the Ruins by Jacqueline Swartz, pp. 20-24
                      3. [+]
                        April 27, 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
                        1. Pork Revival by Sheila Hershow, p. 2
                        2. Is Recovery Just 'Round the Bend? by Daniel Lazare, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Opponent Fears Cruise Missile Can't Be Stopped by John Raymond, p. 4
                        5. Dreier Fights for Tenure by Alfie Kohn, p. 4
                        6. Socialist International by Diana Johnstone, pp. 5-6
                        7. Perle under Fire for Defense Deals by Claudia Wright, p. 7
                        8. Their Voices Will Grow by Rochelle Lefkowitz, p. 8
                        9. Women and Children First, p. 8
                        10. Even Welfare Women Fight the Blues, p. 9
                        11. Letters, p. 10
                        12. Left in Santa Monica Loses a Battle, But Not the War by Derek Shearer, p. 11
                        13. Let Jeane Kirkpatrick Talk, and Then Answer Her by John Judis, p. 12
                        14. [+]
                          Feminism: Why Do Many Women Cling to Conservatism? by Laura Cottingham, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. Right-Wing Women by Andrea Dworkin
                        15. Science by Keith Schneider, pp. 14-15
                        16. Fat Cats, Shoprats and Cool Kitty by Ben Hamper, p. 16
                      4. [+]
                        May 4, 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
                        1. Abba Eban Is Losing Optimism on Israel by Walter Ruby, p. 2
                        2. CIA's Covert Activities Are in the Open by Jack Epstein and J.H. Evans, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Feinstein's Landslide Sets Back SF Left by Michael Kazin, p. 4
                        5. MCI Battles AT&T, Unions by Mark Clifford, p. 4
                        6. Defend Labor, Internationally by Paul Rauber, p. 5
                        7. Briefing by Steve Vetzner, p. 5
                        8. Jury Indicts Nazis and Klan in Killings by Alex Charns, p. 6
                        9. Part-Time Profs Win Contract by Rochelle Lefkowitz, p. 7
                        10. CAT Settles; New Teamsters' Boss by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                        11. Emergency at NPR by Brooke Gladstone, p. 9
                        12. APR: Rivalry or Diversity? by Curtis Wenzel, pp. 9-10
                        13. Weapons Issues Stir Debate by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                        14. Thompson Talks END by Alan Wolfe, p. 12
                        15. [+]
                          The Search for Peace by Barbara Epstein, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                          1. Beyond the Cold War by E.P. Thompson
                        16. Accuracy in Media Aims to Stifle ITT and a Free Press, p. 14
                        17. Letters, p. 15
                        18. No First Use Is Only a First Step by Ann Spanel, p. 16
                        19. Reagan's Search for Damage Reduction by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 17
                        20. [+]
                          Lessons for 1776, 1789, 1983 by Harvey Wasserman, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                          1. In the Spirit of Crazy Horse by Peter Matthiessen
                          2. Forgotten Founders by Bruce E. Johansen
                          3. Blood of the Land by Rex Weyler
                        21. [+]
                          The Making of a Peace Leader by James E. Cronin, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Making of E.P. Thompson by Bryan D. Palmer
                        22. Self Portrait in Celluloid by Kathleen Hulser, p. 19
                        23. Down on the Farm by Dick Dahl, pp. 20-23
                        24. Red Emma by Karen Rosenberg, p. 24
                      5. [+]
                        May 11, 1983 Issue = 15 Articles
                        1. Washington Tangles with Machine Pols by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. IBT Labs' Trial Reveals Faked Date by Keith Schneider, p. 3
                        3. The Rise and Fall of IBT, p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. U.S. Steel Gets Tea, No Sympathy from Union by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        6. Kirkpatrick Refuses Award by Maia Wechsler, p. 4
                        7. Catholic Bishops Are Converted to Disarmament by Robert McClory, pp. 5-6
                        8. Tale of Two Socialist Parties by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                        9. Discontents by Pat Aufderheide, p. 9
                        10. Letters, p. 10
                        11. Is Colby Fit for the Freeze Movement? Amnesia or Whitewash? by Francis Shor, p. 11
                        12. Argentina Looks for a Way Out by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 12
                        13. [+]
                          More than Just School Marms by John Mack Faragher, p. 13 - 3 Reviews
                          1. Pioneer Women by Joanna L. Stratton
                          2. Westering Women and the Frontier Experience, 1800-1915 by Sandra L. Myres
                          3. Cowgirls: Women of the American West by Teresa Jordan
                        14. High-Tech Fair Peeks at Future by Gary Fields, pp. 14-15
                        15. Cairo Is a City of Extremes by Walter Ruby, p. 16
                      6. [+]
                        May 18, 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
                        1. France's Nouvelle Cold War Advocate by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                        2. Markey on the House Freeze Resolution by Susan Jaffe, pp. 3-4
                        3. Union Wins at Columbia by Myles Gordon, p. 5
                        4. Briefing by L.A. Winokur and Alex Charns, p. 5
                        5. Obstacles Do Not Daunt New Union by Daniel Lazare, p. 6
                        6. At Indian Point, Will NRC Enforce Its Own Rules? by Susan Jaffe, p. 7
                        7. Protests Reach Stockholders by Drew Mendelson, p. 8
                        8. Federal Workers' Rights in Jeopardy by Dan La Botz, p. 8
                        9. Counsel's Right to Work Narrowed by Labor Board Coup by Joan Walsh, pp. 9-14
                        10. Letters, p. 15
                        11. China and the Soviets Flirting by Roy Medvedev, pp. 16-17
                        12. [+]
                          Capitalism Happily Ever after by Alfie Kohn, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Fairy Tales and the Art of Subversion by Jack Zipes
                        13. [+]
                          The Life of an Ordinary Joe by David D'Arcy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Joe the Engineer by Chuck Wachtel
                        14. [+]
                          Male Violence and Women's Political Status by Susan Osborn, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Women and Male Violence by Susan Schechter
                        15. Punk Rebellion Lives On by Andy Schwartz, p. 20
                        16. Muddy Waters by Bruce Kaplan, p. 20
                        17. Memories of Oil Development by Robert Schaeffer, pp. 21-23
                        18. Days of Infamy by Chuck Fager, p. 24
                      7. [+]
                        May 24, 1983 Issue = 15 Articles
                        1. Despite Setbacks, Washington Allies Jockey for Power by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Capitalist Powers Agree to Disagree at Annual Summit by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Absentee Vote by Paul Rauber, p. 4
                        5. Church, State Jobs Don't Mix by Joanna Brown, p. 4
                        6. Goode Staves Off Rizzo Return Try by Bob Sanders, p. 5
                        7. AFSCME Takes on U. of California by William Swislow, pp. 5-6
                        8. Long and Winding Road Leading to a Louisiana Court by Dave Behrens, pp. 7-8
                        9. East Germany Unsure How to Deal With Peace Protesters by Eric Pooley, p. 9
                        10. Letters, p. 10
                        11. Real Options in El Salvador by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 11
                        12. Office High Tech Is Not Here for Good by Karen Nussbaum, p. 12
                        13. [+]
                          Politics of the Unconscious by Jon F. Spayde, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. Free Spirits by Paul Buhle, Jayne Cortez, Philip Lamantia, and Nancy Joyce Peters, ...
                        14. Docudrama by Elizabeth Hanly, pp. 14-19
                        15. Jazz Muses by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, p. 20
                      8. [+]
                        June 1, 1983 Issue = 25 Articles
                        1. Local Left Leaders by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Peace Groups Ponder Effect of Possible Setbacks by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Western Solidarity Rustles Up MX Protest by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. FBI's State Bar Informant, p. 4
                        6. Bieber by Jane Slaughter, p. 5
                        7. Briefing by David Moberg, p. 5
                        8. Manville by Paul Glickman, p. 6
                        9. Yale U. Workers Vote for a Union by Paul Bass, p. 6
                        10. Labor Program of Mayor Challenged by Some Unionists by David Field, p. 7
                        11. Fourth Congress Reverses Ideology by Allen Isaacman, p. 8
                        12. Skilled Workers Are Leaving Labour by Tariq Ali, pp. 9-11
                        13. Song of Steeltown by Joel Schechter, p. 12
                        14. The Automated by Myles Gordon, p. 12
                        15. Office Cometh by Marie France, p. 13
                        16. The Man in the Gray Furry Bearskin, p. 14
                        17. Letters, p. 15
                        18. Progress, Too, in Nicaragua by E. Bradford Burns, p. 16
                        19. [+]
                          In a Galaxy Not So Far Away by Roz Spafford, p. 17 - 1 Review
                          1. Shikasta: Canopus in Argos-Archives by Doris May Lessing
                        20. [+]
                          Antiherbicide Movement Is Coming of Age by Phillip Johnson, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. A Bitter Fog by Carol Van Strum
                        21. [+]
                          USSR Strategy Seen without Cold War Bias by Jeff Frieden, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Soviet Policy in the Arc of Crisis by Fred Halliday
                        22. Art: Passionate Views of the '30s by Lucy Lippard, p. 20
                        23. [+]
                          Film: From Trenton with Love, Class by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                          1. Baby, It's You (1983 Film) by John Sayles
                        24. New Songs for Old Struggles by Bob Norman, pp. 21-23
                        25. 60s Blues by David Morse, p. 24
                      9. [+]
                        June 15, 1983 Issue = 21 Articles
                        1. Wheels of Chicago Reform Turn, Slowly, Despite Council Fight by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Did Anyone Win in Lebanon? by Fred Halliday, p. 3
                        3. Another Separate Peace Lays Basis for Syria-Israel War by David Mandel, p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Dems Split in EPA Win by Fred Clarkson, p. 4
                        6. New Firm Isn't Buying Union by John Russo, p. 4
                        7. Soldiers Join Arms Blockade by Joan Lohman, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by Steve Vetzner, p. 5
                        9. Economic Summit by John B. Judis, p. 6
                        10. Teamster Bosses Hit from All Sides by Dan La Botz, pp. 7-8
                        11. Hope for Future, Clash on Past by Paul Glickman, pp. 9-10
                        12. May'83 Shares Little with '68 Uprising by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-15
                        13. Attempt at Direct UAW Election Fails by Paul Schrade, p. 16
                        14. U.S. - Armed Rebels Exact a Heavy Toll by Gil Joseph and Ruth Minter, p. 17
                        15. Church Delegation Visits Nicaragua, p. 17
                        16. [+]
                          Three Decades of the Overlooked Male Revolt by Carolyn Weaver, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Hearts of Men by Barbara Ehrenreich
                        17. Barbara Ehrenreich by C.W., p. 18
                        18. [+]
                          Mideast and Englishmen by Christopher Hitchens, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. The Little Drummer Girl by John le Carre
                        19. [+]
                          Dance Their Lives Away by Lynn Garafola, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Off Balance by Suzanne Gordon
                        20. Third Time Is Less of a Charm by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-25
                        21. Peter Panavision by Morris Dickstein, p. 26
                      10. [+]
                        June 29, 1983 Issue = 22 Articles
                        1. Nuclear Disease Begs for Autogestion Cure by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                        2. Houston by David Moberg, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Media Keeps Peace on MX by William Swislow, p. 4
                        5. Airline Jobs No Bargain by Richard Kazis, p. 4
                        6. Unemployed Plan Strategy by Bruce Shapiro, p. 5
                        7. Briefing by Jan Pilarski, p. 5
                        8. Hatch-Eagleton Could Put the Pro-Choice Movement Back on Defensive. by Chuck Fager, p. 6
                        9. Rival Right-to-Life Bills Face Congress, p. 6
                        10. Even More Distress Signals from NPR by Brooke Gladstone, pp. 7-8
                        11. South Africa Tries to Crush Neighbor by Allen Isaacman, p. 9
                        12. Slow Progress Stirs Dissent by Gay W. Seidman, pp. 9-10
                        13. A Moment of Freedom by David Julian Ost, pp. 11-12
                        14. Berlin Axis by Karen Jaehne, pp. 13-14
                        15. Letters, p. 15
                        16. Intellectuals, Women, and the Future of China by Henry Rosemont, Jr., pp. 16-17
                        17. [+]
                          Pop Literature: Hi-Ho Status Quo by Pat Aufderheide, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Empire's Old Clothes by Ariel Dorfman
                        18. Ariel Dorfman by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 18-19
                        19. A Day in the Cause of Life by Myles Gordon, p. 20
                        20. Union Drama Misses Workers by Dan La Botz, p. 20
                        21. [+]
                          Movies: Games People Play (Kaboom!) by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                          1. WarGames (1983 Film) by John Badham
                        22. Typecasting by Joan Walsh, p. 24
                    2. [+]
                      Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1983 = 8 Issues, 162 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        July 13, 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
                        1. Washington House Seat Up for Grabs by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Fund Drive Fizzle, p. 2
                        3. Geneva Talks Aid Deployment by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                        4. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                        5. Denver Votes for "Vision" by Kathy Ellison, p. 4
                        6. EPA Chief Unveils Rules by Andy Feeney, p. 4
                        7. Lesbian/Gay March in SF by Alan Kay, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by Bob Sanders, p. 5
                        9. NEA, AFT Miles Apart at Meetings by Steve Askin, p. 6
                        10. Democrats Call for Probe by Drew Mendelson, p. 6
                        11. Freeze Leaders Adopt the Long View by David Corn, p. 7
                        12. Rightist "Rigor" Is Rejected by Voters by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                        13. Gloom and Doom by Tariq Ali, pp. 9-10
                        14. Copper Union Leads Movement against Pinochet's Rule by John Dinges, p. 11
                        15. Laughing at the Unlaughable by Alfie Kohn, p. 12
                        16. My Breakfast with Calvin by Jay Walljasper, p. 13
                        17. Letters, p. 14
                        18. Israelis Could Care Less about Arms Sales to Third World, pp. 15-16
                        19. High Court Rulings Spur Black Worry of Presidential Try by Vernon Jarrett, p. 17
                        20. [+]
                          Foreign Policy: Portrait of the Diplomat as a Reckless Man by Stewart Burns, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Price of Power by Seymour M. Hersh
                        21. [+]
                          Reply Side: Thurow on Free Market Economics by David M. Kotz, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Dangerous Currents by Lester C. Thurow
                        22. Heartfield by Miles DeCoster, p. 20
                        23. Beefcake, But with No Cake by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                        24. Like the Mad Hatter by Dan MacLeod, p. 24
                      2. [+]
                        July 27, 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
                        1. Political Tug-of-War Continues in Poland by John J. Kulczycki, p. 2
                        2. Female Rights Spell Trouble for Bosses by Steve Askin, p. 3
                        3. Inside Advice from a Union-Blocking Seminar, p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Dutch Youth Ask Living Wage by Tony Levitas, p. 4
                        6. A New Image for Herbicides by Keith Schneider, p. 4
                        7. Briefing Who Pays for Banks' Foreign Losses? by Josh Martin, p. 5
                        8. AT&T Breakup Worries Unions by Dan La Botz, p. 6
                        9. World Farmers' Summit Sets Strategies by Ken Meter, p. 7
                        10. Union Rights, City Needs Protected by Relocation Bill by Bill Hinchberger, p. 7
                        11. Drought, Famine Fall Heavily on Rural Black Majority by Jan Pager, p. 8
                        12. Area Turmoil Hits Stable Barbados by Fred Halliday, pp. 9-11
                        13. [+]
                          The Marxist Modernists of Partisan Review by Thomas De Pietro, p. 12 - 1 Review
                          1. Writers and Politics by Edith Kurzweil and William Phillips
                        14. [+]
                          Two Generations of Literary Leftists by Karen Rosenberg, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. Rebels in Bohemia by Leslie Fishbein
                        15. Editorial, p. 14
                        16. Letters, p. 15
                        17. Peace Groups Fight Deadly Symbiosis by Joanne Landy, p. 16
                        18. Quality of Education Reports Attack the Wrong Problems by Norm Fruchter, p. 17
                        19. Civil Disobedience by Barbara Epstein, p. 18
                        20. [+]
                          Recession: A Blueprint to Fix Economy by David Moberg, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Beyond the Wasteland by Samuel Bowles, David M. Gordon, and Thomas E. Weisskopf, ...
                        21. [+]
                          The Red and the Black: The CP in Harlem by Maurice Isserman, p. 20 - 1 Review
                          1. Communists in Harlem During the Depression by Mark Naison
                        22. Festival Shows Folk Diversity by Jay Walljasper, p. 21
                        23. Discussions, pp. 21-23
                        24. Fear and Loathing by Danny Popkin, p. 24
                      3. [+]
                        August 10, 1983 Issue = 23 Articles
                        1. Midwest Academy Looks beyond 1984 by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Labor Joins Rights Groups for '63 Replay by Tom Blanton, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Free to Choose in Tacoma by Andy Feeney, p. 4
                        5. Nigeria; Uneasy Ballot by Allison Drew, p. 4
                        6. A Victory for NY Homeless by Carl Goldfarb, p. 5
                        7. Briefing by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                        8. Mixed Signals from New Pact by Brooke Gladstone, p. 6
                        9. Churches Question IRD Connection by Steve Askin, p. 6
                        10. Legal Victory by Richard Guarasci and Gary Peck, p. 7
                        11. Leftists Fight World Bank Blockade by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                        12. New Reagan Policy Provokes Backlash by John B. Judis, pp. 9-11
                        13. A Drive To Crush the Communists in Southeast Asia Is Being Plotted by Vietnamese Immigr... by Cheryl Romo, pp. 12-13
                        14. Letters, p. 14
                        15. Opening Doors at Fudan University by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 15
                        16. Church and Choice by Jeanne Herb, p. 16
                        17. Launch First, Ask Questions Later by John Conyers, Jr. and Frank Collins, p. 16
                        18. Poland by David Ost, p. 17
                        19. [+]
                          Black History: An Underdeveloped Nation inside the U.S. by Joseph P. Reidy, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America by Manning Marable
                        20. [+]
                          Daughter of the Revolution by Valerie Miner, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. The Coffin Tree by Wendy Law-Yone
                        21. Long Goodbye from Bergman by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                        22. Pro Tennis Loses Its Courtliness by David D'Arcy, pp. 21-23
                        23. Those Fabulous Forties by Josh Freeman, p. 24
                      4. [+]
                        August 24, 1983 Issue = 22 Articles
                        1. Pros and Cons of Labor Endorsement by John B. Judis, p. 2
                        2. Army Split May Mean Turmoil by Allan Nairn, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Union Battles Harper & Row by Ruth Milkman, p. 4
                        5. Kucinich Returns to City Hall with Comeback Council Win by Rob Bauman, p. 5
                        6. Briefing by Josh Martin, p. 5
                        7. Peace as a Primary Issue by Alex Kotlowitz, p. 6
                        8. Peace Camp Draws Wrath of Locals by Valerie Ellis and Shelley Anderson, p. 7
                        9. AT&T Strike Poses Tactics Question by Dan La Botz, p. 8
                        10. Freeze Movement Launched in Larzac by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                        11. U.S. Policy Rallies Sandinista Support by Marc Cooper, p. 11
                        12. More Fallout from the Pope's Visit, p. 11
                        13. The Cultural Was Political, pp. 12-13
                        14. Letters, p. 14
                        15. Fractured Court Votes on Labor by Beth Maschinot, p. 15
                        16. Stealing Reagan's Thunder by Bertram Gross, p. 16
                        17. [+]
                          The Nuclear Whiz Kids by Diana Johnstone, p. 17 - 2 Reviews
                          1. The Wizards of Armageddon by Fred M. Kaplan
                          2. Germany Debates Defense by Rudolf Steinke and Michel Vale
                        18. [+]
                          The Long Road to Stonewall by Richard Kaye, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Sexual Politics, Sexual Communities by John D'Emilio
                        19. [+]
                          Exorcising Sexism and Emphasizing Politics by Beth Maschinot, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. A Map of the New Country by Sara Maitland
                        20. New, Radical Measures by Brooke Wentz, p. 20
                        21. The Not-So-Discreet Charm of Luis Bunuel by Morris Dickstein, pp. 21-23
                        22. Livermore Labs Was A "PR Man's Dream," Says Bill Perry-Until He Investigated the Detail... by Charles Varon, p. 24
                      5. [+]
                        September 7, 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
                        1. Reform Grows (Slowly) in Chicago by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Bernardin by Robert McClory, pp. 3-4
                        3. Democrat Group Hunting Business Backers, Dollars by Paul Bass, p. 5
                        4. Briefing by Jeffrey Menzer, p. 5
                        5. 1983 March on Washington by John B. Judis, p. 6
                        6. Politics Favor King Holiday by J.B.J., p. 7
                        7. Counting on a Black Candidate by J.B.J., p. 7
                        8. Behind-the-Scenes Work Sets Off Confrontation in Chad by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-11
                        9. Bringing Up Baby by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, pp. 12-13
                        10. Letters, p. 14
                        11. Boston by Peter Dreier, pp. 15-16
                        12. Nicaragua through Sid's Lens by Sidney Lens, p. 17
                        13. [+]
                          To the Cape Cod Station: A Critic's Retreat by Dan Lazare, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Forties by Edmund Wilson and Leon Edel
                        14. [+]
                          The Knights of Labor: An Early Experiment in Working-Class Politics by David Brundage, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Workingmen's Democracy by Leon Fink
                        15. Triumph of the Willing Conformist by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                        16. How to Succeed in Pittsburgh by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                        17. Is Pac-Man Our National Pastime Now? by Josh Martin, pp. 21-23
                        18. Getting Ripped on the Job by Ben Hamper, p. 24
                      6. [+]
                        September 14, 1983 Issue = 13 Articles
                        1. French, German Left Feud on Peace Issues by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                        2. In Chile, Wide Unrest Mounts by John Dinges, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Solidarity Begins At Home by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Atari Workers Sue Firm, Allege Company Concealed Run-Away by Kathleen Sullivan, p. 4
                        6. Party Wavers on Fielding 1984 Slate by Paul Rauber, p. 5
                        7. Jilted Reagan Suitors Wise Up by Myles Gordon, p. 5
                        8. The Overkill of McCarthyism by John B. Judis, p. 6
                        9. [+]
                          Step Too Far Spies and Victims by James Weinstein, pp. 7-9 - 1 Review
                          1. The Rosenberg File by Ronald Radosh and Joyce Milton
                        10. Daniel in the Author's Den by Morris Dickstein, pp. 10-11
                        11. Letters, pp. 12-13
                        12. Pro Sports by Lester Rodney, pp. 14-15
                        13. A Middle Eastern City Thrives inside an American City. by William O. Beeman, p. 16
                      7. [+]
                        September 21, 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
                        1. Populist Views Boost Liberals in Midwest by Barry Cohen, p. 2
                        2. Thaw in East-West Relations Stopped Cold by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Court Battle No Jubilee by J.H. Evans, p. 4
                        5. Disappearing Democracy by Benno Groeneveld, p. 4
                        6. Good News for Boston's Left by Peter Dreier, p. 5
                        7. Briefing: UAW Roundup by David Moberg, p. 5
                        8. Occupational Health by Harvy Lipman, p. 6
                        9. Settling on Less Safety, p. 6
                        10. What You Don't Know Can Kill You, p. 7
                        11. OSHA Cuts Mean More Brown Lung by Gary Peck and Richard Guarasci, p. 8
                        12. West Germany by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                        13. Corruption Emerges as Big Issue in Provincial Election by Marjorie Miller, p. 11
                        14. Artists Call by Lucy R. Lippard, pp. 12-13
                        15. Reagan Jumps on Downed Flight 007 with Both Feet, p. 14
                        16. Letters, p. 15
                        17. The James Boys Live Again in China by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 16
                        18. Mel King, the Black in Boston's Mayor Race, Is Left Choice by Bob Keough, p. 17
                        19. Just a Tough USA Radical by Shepherd Bliss, p. 18
                        20. Partisan Critics Get Bad Reviews by Valerie Ellis, p. 19
                        21. Old, New Songs in Nicaragua by Gregory Landau, p. 19
                        22. [+]
                          All the Emperor's Men by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                          1. The Emperor: Downfall of an Autocrat by Ryszard Kapuscinski
                        23. [+]
                          Kicking around a Few Thoughts About Soccer by Lester Rodney, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                          1. Soccer Madness by Janet Lever
                        24. Mercouri Rising by Barry Cohen, p. 24
                      8. [+]
                        September 28, 1983 Issue = 14 Articles
                        1. Israel after Begin by Barry Cohen, p. 2
                        2. A Vietnam-Style Quagmire Looms for U.S. in Lebanon by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Bruce Morrison Still Left, But Loyal, Democrat by Paul Bass, p. 4
                        5. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                        6. SAG Says "No" by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                        7. AFSCME's Win Sets Stage for Pay Equity Revolution by Joan Walsh, pp. 5-6
                        8. Peace Movement Adds Third World Groups to Its Cause by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                        9. Reagan's Stalled Crusade at Affirmative Action by Steve Askin, pp. 8-9
                        10. Letters, p. 10
                        11. In and Out of the Democratic Party by John Blank, p. 11
                        12. Life in Yugoslavia after Tito by Magda Paleczny-Zapp and Kenneth Zapp, p. 12
                        13. [+]
                          Coming Home to Old Artigat by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. The Return of Martin Guerre by Natalie Zemon Davis
                        14. David Bowie Sees the World by Carlo Wolff, pp. 14-20
                    3. [+]
                      Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1983 = 10 Issues, 180 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        October 5, 1983 Issue = 21 Articles
                        1. Labor Roundup by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Left, Right Unite to Stop IMF Bailout by Daniel Lazare, pp. 3-4
                        3. Nursing Home Unions Win by Steve Askin, p. 5
                        4. Briefing by Susan Jaffe, p. 5
                        5. Black Leaders Split on Jackson's Bid by John B. Judis, p. 6
                        6. Will He Spark a White Backlash? by J.B.J., p. 6
                        7. Jesse Jackson by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                        8. Contra Groups Active in U.S. by Paul Rauber, p. 9
                        9. Charges of Sandinista Anti-Semitism Unfounded by Paul Glickman and Ilana DeBare, pp. 9-10
                        10. Black Homeland Leader Does Dirty Work for Pretoria by Jan Pager, pp. 11-13
                        11. Letters, p. 14
                        12. New Kind of Black Electoral Politics by James Jennings, pp. 15-16
                        13. Boston Left Splits on Election by Seth Racusen and Jen Silverman, p. 17
                        14. Central Issue by Paul Breines and Wini Breines, p. 17
                        15. Differences Not So Great by Peter Dreier, p. 17
                        16. [+]
                          Nuke Obit Is Premature by Bob Sanders, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Nuclear, Inc. by Mark Hertsgaard
                        17. [+]
                          Powers That Be by Alfie Kohn, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Media Monopoly by Ben H. Bagdikian
                        18. [+]
                          A Scandal in Scotland by Lisa DiCaprio, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Scotch Verdict by Lillian Faderman
                        19. [+]
                          Latin American Film Shows No Fear of Flying by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 1 Review
                          1. Alsino and the Condor (1983 Film) by Miguel Littin
                        20. Stranger in a Strange Land by Katherine Ellison, pp. 21-23
                        21. My in Days and My out Days by Paul Bass, p. 24
                      2. [+]
                        October 12, 1983 Issue = 12 Articles
                        1. Book Biz Censors by John B. Judis, p. 2
                        2. Labor Embarks on New Era of Activism by David Moberg, p. 3
                        3. In Short, p. 4
                        4. Scrapping Some Bombs is NATO 'Goodwill' Ploy by Diana Johnstone, p. 4
                        5. Gender Gap Gives NOW New Power by Joan Walsh, pp. 5-8
                        6. Is There More to the U.S. Presence than Meets the Eye? by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                        7. Letters, p. 10
                        8. The Rosenberg File Is a Cold War Fraud by A.B. Magil, Doug Matthews, John M. Cammett, and Blanche Wiesen Cook, ..., p. 11
                        9. Attacks on Radosh and Milton Are a Smokescreen by James Weinstein, p. 12
                        10. Earthly Problems by Britton Bloom, p. 13
                        11. [+]
                          On the Road to Fame and Ruin by David Corn, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                          1. Memory Babe by Gerald Nicosia
                        12. The Way They Were by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                      3. [+]
                        October 19, 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
                        1. Labour Party Hits the Comeback Trail by Arthur Lipow, p. 2
                        2. Bargaining on Arms Control by Reagan, Congress, Soviets by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. McNamara's Arms Proposal by J.B.J., p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Flynn, King in Mayoral Race by Katy Abel, p. 4
                        6. Germantown's Other Heritage by Bob Sanders, p. 4
                        7. Anti-Nuclear Prescriptions by Sam Delson, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by David Moberg, p. 5
                        9. Turbulence Forces Unions to Demand More Control by David Moberg, p. 6
                        10. Bankruptcy and Union Busting by D.M., p. 6
                        11. Rebellion Signals Zia's Dictatorship Is on the Rocks by Tariq Ali, p. 7
                        12. Labor Signs on with Peace Movement by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                        13. New Leaders, Harsh Problems by Marc Cooper, p. 9
                        14. Right Left in Peronist Party, pp. 9-11
                        15. The AIDS Crisis Is Redefining the Gay Community. by Richard Kaye, pp. 12-13
                        16. A Jackson Bid Could Point Left in the Right Direction, p. 14
                        17. Letters, p. 15
                        18. I Am Not a "Jap"; I Am a Man by Ronald Takaki, p. 16
                        19. The Nobel Prize Is a Help to Solidarity, But a Year Too Late by Lawrence Weschler, p. 17
                        20. [+]
                          Equality: What? Why? And How? by George Scialabba, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. Spheres of Justice by Michael Walzer
                        21. [+]
                          That's Not Just Entertainment by Peter Carroll, p. 19 - 2 Reviews
                          1. The Hollywood Musical Goes to War by Allen L. Woll
                          2. The Hollywood Musical by Jane Feuer
                        22. Still Singin' the Blues in South by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 20
                        23. Teen Scenes on the Wrong Side of the Tracks by Sari Feldman, pp. 21-23
                        24. The Empire's New Clothes by Sheryl Larson, pp. 24-28
                      4. [+]
                        October 26, 1983 Issue = 15 Articles
                        1. New Reagan Policies Increase U.S. Ties with South Africa by Jan Pager, p. 2
                        2. Watt's Two Flaws by Tom Turner, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Internal Static at Pacifica by Eric Mankin, p. 4
                        5. Group Seeks to Free Calderon by Bill Hinchberger, p. 4
                        6. Despite Growth, DSA Is Unsure of Its Political Role by John B. Judis, pp. 5-6
                        7. Working Class Areas Turn Right by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                        8. Women Won't Wait to Be Escorted by Joan Walsh, p. 8
                        9. INF Talks Elucidate Question of French, British Arsenals by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                        10. Letters, p. 10
                        11. Third World Crisis Is Nuclear Trigger by James Petras and Morris Morley, p. 11
                        12. If It's Tuesday, This Is Beijing by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 12
                        13. [+]
                          Non-Violence American-Style by Marty Jezer, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. Abraham Went Out by Jo Ann Robinson
                        14. A Three-Ring Resurrection by Joel Schechter, pp. 14-15
                        15. Don't Call Him---He'll Call You by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                      5. [+]
                        November 2, 1983 Issue = 21 Articles
                        1. Libel: A New Weapon in Anti-Union Arsenal by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Mission Impossible Is the U.S. Policy in Strife-Torn Lebanon by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. Hawks, Doves Split on Grenada by J.B.J., p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Nuclear Ban in Cambridge? by Alfie Kohn, p. 4
                        6. Chicago Strike Ends Uneasily by David Moberg, p. 4
                        7. IBT Research Fraud Found by Keith Schneider, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by Michael Jondreau, Carl Goldfarb, and Anne-Christine d'Adesky, ..., p. 5
                        9. Reagan's Policy Led to Bishop's Fall, p. 6
                        10. Economic Panic Harms Right, But Left Lacks Solutions by David Mandel, p. 7
                        11. Peace Leaders and SPD Join Hands by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                        12. CND Death Rumors Prove Exaggerated by Susan Jaffe, pp. 9-11
                        13. Changing Roles by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 12-13
                        14. Editorial, p. 14
                        15. Letters, pp. 15-16
                        16. Peruvian Maoists Battle Belaunde by Mitch Pacelle, p. 17
                        17. [+]
                          Fate of the Freudian Left Wing by Alfie Kohn, p. 18 - 1 Review
                          1. The Repression of Psychoanalysis by Russell Jacoby
                        18. Two Cheers for Reagan from Old Establishment by Carolyn Eisenberg, pp. 18-19
                        19. Views from England in Black and White by Neal Ullestad, p. 20
                        20. The Cricketing of America by David D'Arcy, pp. 21-23
                        21. The Sartre Talks by Steven Ross, p. 24
                      6. [+]
                        November 9, 1983 Issue = 14 Articles
                        1. IMF Austerity Brews Discontent in Brazil by Mike McCullough, p. 2
                        2. Aiming for Jugular in Nicaragua Raids by Jack Epstein and J.H. Evans, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. For Jamaican Apple Pickers, Pay Hikes Don't Grow on Trees by John Dillon, p. 4
                        5. Nov. 12 Coalition Gears Up by Barbara Schuler, p. 5
                        6. Grenadian Immigrants Oppose U.S. Intervention by Michael Powell, p. 5
                        7. For Allies, Invasion Complicates Matters by Diana Johnstone, pp. 6-8
                        8. Administration Sees Invasion as Triumph of U.S. Military Will by John B. Judis, p. 9
                        9. Letters, pp. 10-12
                        10. [+]
                          Imagining a Day in the Life of El Salvador by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. One Day of Life by Manlio Argueta
                        11. The Way It Really Was by David Helvarg, p. 14
                        12. Sympathies Strain the Objectivity of Nearly All Reporters by J.H. Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 14
                        13. Reagan by Eldon Kenworthy, pp. 14-15
                        14. Dateline: Managua by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                      7. [+]
                        November 16, 1983 Issue = 23 Articles
                        1. Shake-Up in Hospital Union Sparks Fight by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Grenadian Documents Do Not Show What Reagan Claims by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. Democrats' Dissipation by J.B.J., p. 3
                        4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        5. Jesse Makes It Official by John B. Judis, p. 4
                        6. Left Split in Santa Cruz by Bob Johnson, p. 4
                        7. Vote Restricts S. Africa Trade by James Cason and Michael Fleshman, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by Jeanne Herb, p. 5
                        9. Hightower Plants Seed for New Farm Policies by Joe Holley, p. 6
                        10. Left Won't Lose, No Matter Who Wins by Peter Ajemian, p. 7
                        11. Women up the Ante by Joan Walsh, p. 8
                        12. The Gap's Party Lines, pp. 9-10
                        13. French, U.K. Arms Arsenals Growing by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-22
                        14. Letters, p. 23
                        15. If Throwing Money at Poverty Won't Work, Try Radiation by Michael Betzold, p. 24
                        16. Irangeles Not a Typical Refugee Community by Mansour Farhang, p. 24
                        17. Reagan's Seven Big Lies about Grenada by Daniel Lazare, p. 25
                        18. [+]
                          Everything You've Always Wanted to Know by B.Ruby Rich, p. 26 - 1 Review
                          1. Powers of Desire by Ann Snitow, Christine Stansell, and Sharon Thompson, ...
                        19. [+]
                          Laying to Rest Beliefs on Religion and Politics by Christopher Hitchens, p. 27 - 1 Review
                          1. The Politics at God's Funeral by Michael Harrington
                        20. A New Working Class Heroine by Pat Aufderheide, p. 28
                        21. Jonathan Kaplan by Pat Aufderheide, p. 28
                        22. The Day after by Eric Mankin, pp. 29-31
                        23. Americans Have Never Forgotten the Day Kennedy Was Shot. by Eric Leif Davin and Anita Alverio, p. 32
                      8. [+]
                        November 23, 1983 Issue = 13 Articles
                        1. At Greyhound, Management Seeks a Confrontation by Dan La Botz, p. 2
                        2. Behind the Ancient Syrian Game Plan by Fred Halliday, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Strike Ends, Turmoil Doesn't by Chris Kelly, p. 4
                        5. King Coalition Wasn't Enough by Peter Ajemian, p. 4
                        6. Large But Not Broadbased Crowd Protests by John B. Judis, pp. 5-6
                        7. Praise from IMF, But at a High Cost by Marjorie Miller, pp. 7-9
                        8. Letters, p. 10
                        9. Confessions of a Low-Level Victim of McCarthyism by Marty Oppenheimer, p. 11
                        10. Public Opinion Polls Are Often Too Public and Far off Base by David Roediger, p. 12
                        11. [+]
                          Palestinians, Israelis and Us by George Scialabba, p. 13 - 1 Review
                          1. The Fateful Triangle by Noam Chomsky
                        12. Costa-Gavras' Hanna K. Is Missing in U.S. by Lennard J. Davis, pp. 14-15
                        13. Working Woman by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, p. 16
                      9. [+]
                        December 7, 1983 Issue = 22 Articles
                        1. Labor Updates on Greyhound, a Libel Suit, Steel Workers by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Reagan Cements a Deal With Israelis by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. CIA: No Big Soviet Arms Boost in '70s by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        4. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                        5. Willmar Bank Joins UAW by Nicholas W. Pilugin, p. 4
                        6. OSHA Dilutes Eto Standard by Harvy Lipman, p. 4
                        7. EEC Defends Farm Supports by Ken Meter, p. 5
                        8. Briefing by Gary Peck and Richard Guarasci, p. 5
                        9. The Battle Goes on at Pacifica Radio in Los Angeles by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                        10. Canada by Peter Prongos, p. 7
                        11. Deployment - The Fate of the Germans by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-11
                        12. A Union Vote by the Largely Mexican Workforce at A Chicago Factory Led To An Immigrati... by John Conroy, pp. 12-13
                        13. A Positive Vote Will Be Hard to Find in'84, p. 14
                        14. Letters, p. 15
                        15. John F. Kennedy by Chuck Fager, p. 16
                        16. The Two Churches in Nicaragua by Nicholas A. Patricca, p. 17
                        17. [+]
                          Bear Claws: How Sharp? by Louis Menashe, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                          1. The Threat by Andrew Cockburn
                          2. Dangerous Relations by Adam B. Ulam
                        18. [+]
                          Marx and Markets: How You Play the Game by Bruce Kaplan, p. 19 - 1 Review
                          1. Class Struggle Is the Name of the Game by Bertell Ollman
                        19. A Tale of Two Revolutionaries by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                        20. From Nicaragua's Front Lines by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                        21. Russians Are Coming ... But their Style of Play Is Already Here by Marty Jezer, pp. 21-23
                        22. That's the Chorus in Many Manila Barrooms Since the Airport Assassination of Benigno Aq... by A. Lin Neumann, p. 24
                      10. [+]
                        December 14, 1983 Issue = 15 Articles
                        1. Greyhound Strike Proves Labor Must Start New Offensive by David Moberg, p. 2
                        2. Issue of Budget Deficits Brings Up Bigger Questions by John B. Judis, p. 3
                        3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                        4. Freeze Widens Its Focus by Michael Betzold, p. 4
                        5. Labor Coalition Aims at Litton by Steve Askin, p. 4
                        6. Women Pols Meet to Talk Money, Talk Shop, Talk Issues by Jo Freeman, p. 5
                        7. Mitterrand by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                        8. U.S. - Israel Actions Have Molded Syria into Arab Power by Dilip Hiro, p. 7
                        9. Where Israel Fears to Tread by David Mandel, pp. 7-9
                        10. Letters, p. 10
                        11. Despite Her Acquittal, Foat Is Still Seen to Be Guilty by Some by David Behrens, p. 11
                        12. Is "Cultural Contamination" A New Turn against the West? by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 12
                        13. For Big Brother and the Others, p. 13
                        14. [+]
                          Movies: Get Out Your Handkerchiefs by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                          1. Terms of Endearment (1983 Film) by James L. Brooks
                        15. The Soviet Government Isn't Yet Ready for Avantgarde Jazz. But the Soviet People Are. by Derk Richardson, p. 16
                  2. [+]
                    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