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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 1984 = 41 Issues, 687 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1984 = 10 Issues, 158 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          January 11, 1984 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. Conservatives Fear Socialist Manifesto from U.S. Bishops by Robert McClory, p. 2
                          2. Pressure to Pull out of Lebanon Mounts by John B. Judis, pp. 3-4
                          3. Briefing by Bob Johnson, p. 5
                          4. Tom Hayden Covers All His Bases in First Assembly Term by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                          5. Citizen Action and CED, pp. 7-8
                          6. Monopoly's Inevitable Legacy by David Moberg, p. 9
                          7. Amnesty Hinders Contra Recruiting by Beth Stephens and Maggi Popkin, pp. 10-11
                          8. Harvest of Disappointment by John Raymond, pp. 12-13
                          9. Letters, p. 14
                          10. An Alternative to Reaganomics and Corporate Liberals by Richard Flacks, p. 15
                          11. Bishop Murder Left Legacy of Cynicism by David Beers, p. 16
                          12. Bad Times Continue to Be Grenada's Lot by Rita Jensen, p. 17
                          13. [+]
                            The Official Bunk Handbook by Daniel Lazare, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Class by Paul Fussell
                          14. [+]
                            Into the Heart of Darkness by Elizabeth Hanly, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. The Lizard's Tail by Luisa Valenzuela
                          15. The Silkwood Story by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                          16. [+]
                            DePalma Gangster Epic Is Less Than Sum of Parts by James Gilbert, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                            1. Scarface (1983 Film) by Brian De Palma
                          17. Orwell, the Writer, the Socialist, the Prophet and the Legacy by Daniel Lazare, p. 24
                        2. [+]
                          January 18, 1984 Issue = 11 Articles
                          1. The Setting of the Sun-Times? by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Kissinger Comes through for Reagan by John B. Judis, pp. 3-4
                          3. Pornography Law Splits Minneapolis by David Rubenstein, pp. 5-6
                          4. After the Missiles, Allies Face U.S. Designs on the Gulf by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          5. Society's Child by David Behrens, pp. 8-9
                          6. Peace Now Sends a Message to the U.S. by Walter Ruby, pp. 10-11
                          7. Anti-Zionist Letters Little Short of Sick by A. Robert Kaufman, p. 12
                          8. The Stern Gang-Nazi Link by Lenni Brenner, p. 12
                          9. [+]
                            Interviews with History by Dave Roediger, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. Visions of History by Henry Abelove, Betsy Blackmar, Peter Dimock, and Jonathan Schneer, ...
                          10. North Meets South by Sue Heinemann, pp. 14-15
                          11. Carlos Aulet Talks about His Life as a Chicago Cop by Cary Neil Cohen, p. 16
                        3. [+]
                          February 1, 1984 Issue = 11 Articles
                          1. Pro-Lifers by Jo Freeman, p. 2
                          2. Left Grapples with Development of a Political Program by John B. Judis, pp. 3-4
                          3. Factory Clash Dramatizes French Labor Disputes by Diana Johnstone, pp. 5-6
                          4. "Sniffer" Affair Leaves Trails by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          5. McGovern by David Moberg, pp. 8-9
                          6. Letters, p. 10
                          7. Dangers in Cold War Revival by Leon Wofsy, p. 11
                          8. Economic Future of U.S. Explored by Lawrence Kramer, p. 12
                          9. [+]
                            Record-Keeper of Urban Life by Bettina Drew, p. 13 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Devil's Stocking by Nelson Algren
                            2. Chicago: City on the Make by Nelson Algren
                          10. Wajda's Choice Saves Union by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          11. A Black New Orleans Native Says Racism Makes This City Work, "This Is the Third World" by Kalamu Ya Salaam, p. 16
                        4. [+]
                          February 8, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. Reagan's NLRB Turns Back Clock by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                          2. In These Times, pp. 3-4
                          3. U.S. Politicizes Cuba's Debt by Dan Lazare, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by Michael McConnell, p. 5
                          5. Physicians at the Crossroads by David Moberg, p. 6
                          6. Indian Refugees Caught in Limbo by David Beers, pp. 7-8
                          7. Communists Blast Economic Liberalism by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          8. Reagan's Poor Excuse by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 11-13
                          9. Letters, p. 14
                          10. Searching for Clues in Mao Celebration by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 15
                          11. Eyewitness by Beth Stephens and Maggi Popkin, p. 16
                          12. Zionist-Nazi Tie Is a Smear by Harold Karabell, p. 17
                          13. But Historical Links Make Sense of Current Events by James Houseworth-Findlay, p. 17
                          14. [+]
                            Wendell Berry on the Path Less Travelled by by John H. Schaar, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Standing by Words by Wendell Berry
                          15. [+]
                            The Making of the Electrical Workers Union by Michael Kazin, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. The Electrical Workers by Ronald W. Schatz
                          16. Series Makes Few Waves by Lynn Garafola, p. 20
                          17. In Guatemala, Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                          18. A Feminist Pioneer Shulamit Aloni Discusses Israel's Civil Rights Frontier. by Barry Cohen, p. 24
                        5. [+]
                          February 15, 1984 Issue = 12 Articles
                          1. Cockburn Flap Mutes Voice by Richard Ryan, p. 2
                          2. In Iowa, the Issue Is by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Bosses Need Not Comply by David Moberg, p. 4
                          5. Women Pose Peace Plans by Rochelle Lefkowitz, p. 4
                          6. Consumers Rally to Fight Utilities by Barbara Schuler, p. 5
                          7. Waiting for the Opposition to Ripen by Tim Frasca, pp. 6-10
                          8. The Opposition in Iran Is on the Rise and It's Optimistic by Saeed Dorani, pp. 11-12
                          9. [+]
                            Delusions and Destiny by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. The Nation Thief by Robert Houston
                          10. [+]
                            Old Men: Many Motives, One Murder by David D'Arcy, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. A Gathering of Old Men by Ernest J. Gaines
                          11. Cuba's Festival Promotes Ties by Richard Pena, pp. 14-15
                          12. Not Pretending, Real Rock Stars Don't Have Babies. But Don't Tell Chrissie Hynde. by Joyce Millman, p. 16
                        6. [+]
                          February 22, 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. Cleaver Chases Dellums' Seat by Paul Rauber, p. 2
                          2. Israeli Policy in Lebanon Is Coming Apart at the Seams by David Mandel, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. NPR Airs Botched Business in House by Brooke Gladstone, p. 4
                          5. Coloradans Contest MX by S.K. Levin, p. 5
                          6. Briefing by Michael Powell and Mitchell Torton, p. 5
                          7. Mineworkers Plan Contract Strategy by David Moberg, p. 6
                          8. The Trials of Toxics Control by Richard Asinof, pp. 7-10
                          9. French Arms Sales Sow Mideast Strife by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                          10. The Spirit of Tony Benn by John Yates, pp. 12-13
                          11. A Failed Policy Cries for a Basic Change, p. 14
                          12. Letters, p. 15
                          13. Kinnock May Lead a Left Resurgence by Jeffrey Cox, p. 16
                          14. Packing the Civil Rights Commission Ends Consensus by Tom Pugh, p. 17
                          15. [+]
                            A Farewell to Literature: Is There Life after Theory? by Charles Sugnet, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Literary Theory by Terry Eagleton
                          16. [+]
                            The Rich, the Super Rich and Art for Money's Sake by Rachel C. Kranz, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Patrons Despite Themselves by Alan L. Feld, Michael O'Hare, and J. Mark Davidson Schuster, ...
                          17. The Thrill Is Going by Andrew Ross, p. 20
                          18. Mobil and the Masterclass by Eric Mankin, p. 20
                          19. [+]
                            The Good Fight: For Whom the Film Rolls by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                            1. The Good Fight (1984 Film) by Noel Buckner, Mary Dore, and Sam Sills
                          20. Malcolm's Message by Reebee Garofalo, p. 24
                        7. [+]
                          February 29, 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
                          1. African Famine Draws Little U.S. Emergency Aid by James North, p. 2
                          2. German Peace Movement Deliberates Its Next Moves by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Brazilians Hit the Streets for a Direct Voice by Clarke Bruno, p. 4
                          5. Gemayel Trips Over Israeli Withdrawal by Dilip Hiro, p. 5
                          6. Black Muslims Join Jackson's Coalition by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 6-7
                          7. Here Comes Jesse with the Rainbow Sign by David Moberg, pp. 8-9
                          8. Letters, p. 10
                          9. Soviet Stagnation Goes On by Louis Menashe, p. 11
                          10. Rosenbergs' Sons Dispute Findings by Robert Meeropol and Michael Meeropol, p. 12
                          11. [+]
                            Solidarity Day Forever by Michael Harrington, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. Working Class Hero by Stanley Aronowitz
                          12. Nba:Draft Helps Rich Get Richer by Lester Rodney, pp. 14-15
                          13. New Empire's Games by Ariel Dorfman, p. 16
                        8. [+]
                          March 14, 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. Weinberger Takes on E.P. Thompson by Jeremy Harding, p. 2
                          2. Mondale by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Coors Fails to Stop Nationwide Boycott by Frank Clancy, p. 4
                          5. Methodists Fight Union by Steve Askin, p. 4
                          6. Briefing by Jonathan Rabinovitz and Andy Robinson, p. 5
                          7. Jackson's Bid Inspires Blacks in Selma, Alabama by David Moberg, pp. 6-7
                          8. Morrison Learns to Make Dissent Sound Patriotic by Paul Bass, p. 8
                          9. Fragmented Labor Splits Over Craxi's Anti-Inflation Policies by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          10. Khomeini's Offensive Aims at War in Iraq, Dissent at Home by Fred Halliday, p. 11
                          11. Missiles Impossible by John B. Judis, pp. 12-13
                          12. The Buried Issue in Central America, p. 14
                          13. Letters, p. 15
                          14. Free Speech Is Often a Cover for Issue of Property Rights by Saul Landau, p. 16
                          15. Even So, It's a Basic Socialist Principle by John Judis, p. 16
                          16. Reagan's Plan for Central America by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 17
                          17. Zen, Politics and the Art of Playing Cricket by C.L.R. James, pp. 18-19
                          18. Not So Ordinary People by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                          19. A Dialogue of Generations, pp. 20-23
                          20. Testimony by Ellen Cantarow, p. 24
                        9. [+]
                          March 21, 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
                          1. UAW: On the Road Again? by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Illinois by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Neighborhoods Win Loan Aid by Paul Ginger, p. 4
                          5. Goode Beats Philly Cold by Allen Hornblum, p. 4
                          6. Growth Pains Disagreement by Robert Schaeffer, p. 5
                          7. Briefing: Nuclear Waste by S.K. Levin, p. 5
                          8. Neoliberal Hart by John B. Judis, p. 6
                          9. So Far, Freeze Has Been Cool to Hart by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-8
                          10. Conservatism after 1984 and Reagan by John B. Judis, pp. 9-10
                          11. Election by Chris Norton, p. 11
                          12. Holding Reagan Accountable by Steve Askin, pp. 12-13
                          13. Pluses and Minuses in Hart's Victories, p. 14
                          14. Nicaraguan Elections Are a Big Step Forward, p. 14
                          15. Letters, p. 15
                          16. Media Freezes Out Women's Meeting by Patricia H. Strandt, p. 16
                          17. It's Time to Let Go of Central America by Eldon Kenworthy, p. 17
                          18. Maternal Care in Mississippi by Joseph Delaney, p. 18
                          19. What Is This Thing Called Gender Gap?, p. 19
                          20. [+]
                            Piercy: The Romance of American Feminism by Rachel C. Kranz, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. Fly Away Home by Marge Piercy
                          21. Tharp's Mating Games by Lynn Garafola, pp. 21-23
                          22. Critic Dave Marsh Tries to Keep an Industry Honest. by Jay Walljasper, p. 24
                        10. [+]
                          March 28, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. George McGovern by Paul Buhle, p. 2
                          2. Hart, Mondale Attack Each Other from Left and Right by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Steelworkers Vie for Post by David Moberg, p. 4
                          5. A Victory for Field Sanitation by Deborah Bouton, p. 5
                          6. Another Corporate Campaign Success by Steve Askin, pp. 5-6
                          7. Montand's Enterprising Spirit by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          8. First Light of a New Day by Aishah Rahman, pp. 8-9
                          9. Letters, p. 10
                          10. Voters Will Peel Off, Reagan Will Win in a Hartless Election by David Osborne, p. 11
                          11. The Election Is for More Guns by Frank Brodhead and Edward S. Herman, p. 12
                          12. [+]
                            Politics:Ed Koch Gets the Last Word by Rachel B. Gorlin, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. Mayor: An Autobiography by Edward I. Koch and William Rauch
                          13. [+]
                            Film: More Fun in the New World by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                            1. Suburbia (1984 Film) by Penelope Spheeris
                          14. Cotton Picking Yanquis by Bob Sanders, p. 16
                      2. [+]
                        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1984 = 11 Issues, 185 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          April 4, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. CLUW Moves Out on Its Own Agenda by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                          2. Free Spending for the U.S.-Austerity for Everyone Else by Daniel Lazare, pp. 3-4
                          3. Yale Strike on Hold by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by S.K. Levin, pp. 5-6
                          5. The Strike against Phelps Dodge Co. Continues-Barely by Kathy Hannan and Neal Ullestad, p. 7
                          6. Stepped Up Military Activity in Salvador Spurs Opposition by John B. Judis, p. 8
                          7. Africa by Gay W. Seidman, p. 9
                          8. Malta: Conference Shows Lack of Dialogue by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                          9. Cuba Vision by Pat Aufderheide, p. 12
                          10. Cuba Films in the U.S. by P.A., p. 13
                          11. The Private Sector's New Charitable Role, p. 14
                          12. Letters, p. 15
                          13. A Long Time Soul Searching by Warren Leming, p. 15
                          14. Mexico Plays Down Gen. Gorman Slur by A.B. Magil, p. 16
                          15. Change Is under Way in the USSR by Roberta Manning, p. 17
                          16. [+]
                            Communist Caricature by Maurice Isserman, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. The Heyday of American Communism by Harvey Klehr
                          17. [+]
                            Kareem Scores with Candid Autobiography by Lester Rodney, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Giant Steps by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Peter Knobler
                          18. Mime Troupe Turns 25 with Steeltown, A Saga of Industrial Decline by Misha Berson, pp. 20-24
                        2. [+]
                          April 11, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. Dems Debate How to Choose Nominee by John B. Judis, p. 2
                          2. Peace PACs Proliferate as Freeze Changes Tactics by Joan Walsh, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Union Protests Coke Closing by Jim Wilson and Peter Schnall, p. 4
                          5. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          6. Mexican Opposition Comes to the Fore by Dan LaBotz, p. 4
                          7. New Yorkers Go for the 'New' Mondale by Rachel Gorlin, pp. 5-7
                          8. "I Want Live Vets," Says the U.S. District Judge who Will Preside Over the Agent Orange... by Jon Kalish, pp. 8-9
                          9. Letters, p. 10
                          10. Reagan Runs into Religious Left by Ed Griffin, p. 11
                          11. A New Generation of Soviet Leaders? by Roberta Manning, p. 12
                          12. Privacy by Katie Davis, p. 13
                          13. [+]
                            Is It Feminism or Fatalism? by William Leach, pp. 14-15 - 1 Review
                            1. Femininity by Susan Brownmiller
                          14. Family, Affair Sayles Goes To Harlem by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                        3. [+]
                          April 18, 1984 Issue = 16 Articles
                          1. Jackson and the Farrakhan Factor by John B. Judis, p. 2
                          2. Supermart Tries to Break Union by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                          3. Delaware Guards Call "Sick-Out" by Jon Schladen, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by Patty Somlo, p. 5
                          5. Conference Raises German Question by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                          6. Unions Battle for a Shorter Week by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-10
                          7. U.S. Role in Barracks Coup Unclear by Beth Stephens, p. 11
                          8. Telecommuting by Richard Moore and Elizabeth Marsis, pp. 12-13
                          9. Jackson Takes Big Step toward Transformed Political Agenda, p. 14
                          10. Letters, p. 15
                          11. They Want to Be That Way, So They Are by Kate Ellis, p. 16
                          12. The Rat Brings Back Tradition by Henry Rosemont, Jr., pp. 17-18
                          13. [+]
                            The World in the Artist's Seeing Eyes by Deborah E. McDowell, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens by Alice Walker
                          14. Camera Casts Light on War by David Helvarg, p. 20
                          15. [+]
                            Film Fights Fantasy War between the Sexes by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                            1. Born in Flames (1983 Film) by Lizzie Borden
                          16. Mojo Moves into the Vanguard by Bill Brown, p. 24
                        4. [+]
                          April 25, 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
                          1. The Legal Noose Closes on Labor by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Nicaragua Braces for U.S.-Directed Offensive by Beth Stephens, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Congressional Update by Leda Hartman, p. 4
                          5. Democrats Build a Platform over Wide Party Divisions by David Corn, p. 5
                          6. Greens by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                          7. All Power to the Women by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          8. Mondale's Low Protein Economics by John B. Judis, pp. 8-9
                          9. Letters, p. 10
                          10. Alvarez Exit Hinders Reagan by John Dinges, p. 11
                          11. [+]
                            Urban Ethnics and the Swinging Doors by Paul Buhle, pp. 12-13 - 4 Reviews
                            1. The Changing Face of Inequality by Olivier Zunz
                            2. Lives of Their Own by John Bodnar, Roger Simon, and Michael P. Weber
                            3. The Saloon by Perry R. Duis
                            4. German Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1850-1910 by Hartmut Keil and John B. Jentz
                          12. An Old Myth out of Water by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          13. Ilium Lives and Dies Again by Phillip Johnson, p. 16
                        5. [+]
                          May 2, 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. Why Jackson Won't Dump Farrakhan by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                          2. Congress Debates Military Spending by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. "Haitian Program" by Allan Ebert-Miner, p. 4
                          5. Czech Dissident Opposes Arms by Paul Rauber, p. 4
                          6. Hondurans: "U.S. Leave" by Beth Stephens, p. 5
                          7. Briefing by Jack Kutz, p. 5
                          8. Will Neighborhood Jobs Win "War" for Washington? by David Moberg, p. 6
                          9. May 14 Election Is Shot in the Arm for President Marcos by A. Lin Neumann, pp. 7-8
                          10. French Steelworkers Fight Losing Battle by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          11. South Yemen Seeks Economic Alliances, Political Neutrality by Fred Halliday, p. 11
                          12. Indians Fight Assimilation by Mark Perry, pp. 12-13
                          13. Letters, p. 14
                          14. Is It Soviet Ritual or Reform? by Michael Urban, p. 15
                          15. Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Taxed, p. 16
                          16. [+]
                            Franqui on Castro: Tunnel-Vision History by Marc Cooper, p. 17 - 1 Review
                            1. Family Portrait with Fidel by Carlos Franqui
                          17. [+]
                            An Imperfect Consummation by Martha Vicinus, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Education of the Senses by Peter Gay
                          18. Jabbar from End to Start by Lester Rodney, p. 19
                          19. USIA Teeters on Fine Line of Censorship by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-23
                          20. A World That Lives Only in Memory by David Bensman, p. 24
                        6. [+]
                          May 9, 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
                          1. Fate of the MX Is Now on the Edge by David Corn, p. 2
                          2. Unease Rises with the Runoff as an Issue by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Chicago by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          5. Israeli Warns of West Bank Disaster by John B. Judis, pp. 5-6
                          6. President Duarte by Chris Norton, p. 7
                          7. "We Want You to Stay Here Forever" by David Beers, pp. 8-9
                          8. Letters, p. 10
                          9. The Reagan Cuts Kill Infants by Judith Sackoff, p. 11
                          10. Nicaragua Election Divides Opposition by Vladimir Klimenko, p. 12
                          11. [+]
                            Endless Housework by Alice Kessler-Harris, p. 13 - 2 Reviews
                            1. More Work for Mother by Ruth Schwartz Cowan
                            2. Never Done by Susan Strasser
                          12. Mamet Reveals "Crime Latent in Business" by Joel Schechter, pp. 14-15
                          13. Joking Wen Is the Best Revenge by Todd Gitlin, p. 16
                        7. [+]
                          May 16, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Anti-Semitic Current among Blacks by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                          2. To Each According to His Greed by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                          3. Korea: U.S. Readies Nuclear Battlefield? by Maud Easter and David Easter, p. 5
                          4. Briefing, p. 5
                          5. Religious Care Home Invokes Church-State Split to Halt Union by Drew Mendelson, p. 6
                          6. El Al's Labor Woes Spread to the U.S. by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                          7. Austerity Measures Increase Domestic Tension in Mexico by Sylvia Maxfield and Raul Hinojosa Ojeda, p. 8
                          8. Belgians Not Yet Reconciled to Cruise by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          9. The Movement for Elections Continues by Mitchell Torton, p. 11
                          10. Michigan Authorities use old weapons to fight new protests by George Corsetti, pp. 12-13
                          11. What Makes Them Enemies?, p. 14
                          12. Letters, p. 15
                          13. A Dialog for Israeli-Palestinian Peace by Richard Miller, p. 16
                          14. [+]
                            Kundera's New Radiant Creation by Paul Skenazy, p. 17 - 1 Review
                            1. The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
                          15. 35 Years for Granddaddy of Socialist Magazines by Joan Walsh, pp. 18-19
                          16. Broadcasters Examine Central America News by Rachel Kranz, p. 20
                          17. [+]
                            Candide Turns Anti-Communist by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                            1. Moscow on the Hudson (1984 Film) by Paul Mazursky
                          18. Hack Surrealism by Robert A. Hull, p. 24
                        8. [+]
                          May 23, 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
                          1. Hospital Union Battle Partly Settled by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. May 14 Election by A. Lin Neumann, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. What Makes Harlem Burn?...Cutbacks by Brian D'Agostino, p. 4
                          5. Jerry Falwell's North Carolina Jihad Aims to Save Jesse Helms by Alex Charns and Patrick O'Neill, p. 5
                          6. Ceuta: Hot Spot on the Mediterranean? by Diana Johnstone, pp. 6-7
                          7. [+]
                            Soviet Women, from Romance to Reality by Rochelle Ruthschild, pp. 8-9 - 4 Reviews
                            1. Russian Women: Two Stories by I. Grekova
                            2. Moscow Women by Carola Hansson and Karin Liden
                            3. Three Russian Women Poets by Mary Maddock
                            4. Women and Russia by Tatyana Mamonova
                          8. Letters, p. 10
                          9. The Struggle May Be Heroic, Yet the Results Not Perfect by Adam Hochschild, p. 11
                          10. It's Somebody Else's Paradise by Winona La Duke, p. 12
                          11. [+]
                            Appalachia:Histories of the Powers That Be by Peter Gottlieb, p. 13 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Theirs Be the Power by Harry M. Caudill
                            2. Welcome the Traveler Home by Jim Garland and Julia S. Ardery
                          12. Varieties of Propaganda by Linda A. Rabben, pp. 14-15
                          13. Scratch the Olympics by Lester Rodney, p. 16
                        9. [+]
                          May 30, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. Docs Prescribe Themselves by Dan La Botz, p. 2
                          2. Continental by David Moberg, pp. 3-4
                          3. Farmers Meet to Survive by James Schwab, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by David Moberg, p. 5
                          5. Sheboygan Strike Drags on as NLRB Looks the Other Way by David Moberg, p. 6
                          6. Where Have All the Carnations Gone? by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                          7. British Miners Fight Thatcher's Coal Pit Closures by John Field, pp. 9-10
                          8. The Ongoing Reform Problem by Chris Norton, pp. 11-13
                          9. Liberal Voices in Congress Fail to Challenge Reagan Premise, p. 14
                          10. In Chicago a Fine New Conflict, p. 14
                          11. Letters, p. 15
                          12. Black Journalists Rate Farrakhan Factor by Salim Muwakkil, p. 16
                          13. A Left Program for the Economy Must Be a Major Priority by Sam Bowles, David M. Gordon, and Thomas E. Weisskopf, ..., p. 17
                          14. [+]
                            How to Rebuild without Doing a Demolition Job by Herbert Gintis, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Rebuilding America by Gar Alperovitz and Jeff Faux
                          15. [+]
                            A Novel More Like Memory Than History by Rachel B. Gorlin, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Democracy by Joan Didion
                          16. Fair Memories of the Future by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                          17. [+]
                            A Pretty but Barren Mutiny against History by Robert Schaeffer, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                            1. The Bounty (1984 Film) by Roger Donaldson
                          18. Where There's No Doctor by James Evans, p. 24
                        10. [+]
                          June 13, 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. Why the Iraqis Want to Broaden the War and the Iranians Want to Limit It by Fred Halliday, p. 2
                          2. A Disenchanted Spanish Left Must Now Start from Scratch by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Congress Weighs Gas Controls by David Moberg, p. 4
                          5. Simpson-Mazzoli Too Hot to Handle? by Cecilio J. Morales, Jr., p. 5
                          6. Initiative Divides the Left by Paul Glickman, pp. 5-6
                          7. Gender Gap by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-8
                          8. When Will American Feminism Catch Up with Its Potential Constituency? by Barbara Ehrenreich, pp. 9-10
                          9. Backing Mondale Inspired Some, Divided Others by Rachel Gorlin, pp. 11-12
                          10. Women's Common Ground by Frances Fox Piven, pp. 13-14
                          11. A Black Feminist Merges Two Worlds by Joan Walsh, p. 15
                          12. From "Sacrificial Lambs" to Savvy Professional by Barbara Schuler, pp. 16-18
                          13. Johnson by Jo Freeman, pp. 19-20
                          14. "No One Has Run for Vice President" by James Ridgeway, pp. 21-22
                          15. Whose Gender Gap Is It, Anyway? by John B. Judis, pp. 23-24
                          16. Contradictions Inevitable as Women Become Political Force by Zillah Eisenstein, pp. 25-26
                          17. Letters, p. 27
                          18. There Is No Capital Shortage, Only Supply-Side Waste by Sam Bowles, David M. Gordon, and Thomas E. Weisskopf, ..., p. 28
                          19. [+]
                            The Low Tides of Socialism by Deborah Davis-Friedmann, pp. 29-31 - 3 Reviews
                            1. The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, 1949-1980 by Phyllis Andors
                            2. Women, the Family, and Peasant Revolution in China by Kay Ann Johnson
                            3. Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China by Judith Stacey
                          20. "I Have No Trouble with Uncle Sam" Miskitos Tell Why They Don't Like the Sandinistas by Harriet Rohmer, p. 32
                        11. [+]
                          June 27, 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
                          1. Who Will Pay for Cancelled Nukes? by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Peace Not at Hand in El Salvador by Chris Norton, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Coke Workers Victorious in Guatemala by Barbara Yuill, p. 4
                          5. Blacks Charge Voting Fraud by Joseph Delaney, p. 5
                          6. Interview by Graham Clarke, pp. 5-6
                          7. Doggett Victory Marks Power Shift by Geoffrey Rips, pp. 7-8
                          8. Vote Groups Find Barriers on Way to Polls by Joan Walsh, p. 9
                          9. Missile Decision by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                          10. Dutch Red-Green Alliance Wins Seats by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                          11. Walter Mondale by John B. Judis, pp. 12-13
                          12. Democrats Must Change Course in Central America, p. 14
                          13. Letters, p. 15
                          14. Higher Wages Will Help Productivity by Sam Bowles, David M. Gordon, and Thomas E. Weisskopf, ..., p. 16
                          15. Hog Butcher's Lament by Tom Johnson, p. 17
                          16. [+]
                            A Persuasive Program for Latin America by John Coatsworth, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Changing Course by The Institute for Policy Studies
                          17. [+]
                            Working with the Alliance by Fred Halliday, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. The Alliance by Richard J. Barnet
                          18. The Market Comes First by Alice Thorson, p. 20
                          19. Too Late for Taylor Chain by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
                          20. No More Working on the Railroad by David Moberg, p. 21
                          21. No Surrender to Nuclear Despair by Linda A. Rabben, pp. 21-23
                          22. Indiana Jones Non Viewer's Emergency by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                      3. [+]
                        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1984 = 8 Issues, 139 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          July 11, 1984 Issue = 21 Articles
                          1. Eden Pastora's New 'Political Initiative' by John Judis, p. 2
                          2. Jackson Campaign Asks What Lies at the End of the Rainbow by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Elections No Threat to Army by Chris Norton, p. 4
                          5. Helms Gets FCM Boost by Sean Bailey, p. 5
                          6. Briefing by David Moberg, p. 5
                          7. Immigration Bill Battle Not Over Yet by Cecilio J. Morales, Jr., p. 6
                          8. Some Union Leaders Harshly Condemn the IRD by Steve Askin, p. 6
                          9. White Paper II by Joy Hackel, p. 7
                          10. Europarliamentary Election by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                          11. Voters Face Clear Choice at the Polls by David Mandel, pp. 9-11
                          12. Deadly Connections by Diana Johnstone, pp. 12-14
                          13. Letters, p. 15
                          14. The Dismal Legacy of Land Reform by Laurence R. Simon, p. 16
                          15. Productivity and Its Political Uses by Sam Bowles, David M. Gordon, and Thomas E. Weisskopf, ..., p. 17
                          16. [+]
                            Pauline Kael on Film: A Defender of the Real by Pat Aufderheide, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Taking It All In by Pauline Kael
                          17. [+]
                            How the Cold War Works and Who's to Blame by Joanne Landy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. The Making of the Second Cold War by Fred Halliday
                          18. The Working-Class Hero by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 20
                          19. The Sound of Magic Realism by Susan E. Osborn, p. 20
                          20. Subversion by Documentary by Susan Linfield, pp. 21-23
                          21. Slate's Warm Reunion by Karen Matthews, p. 24
                        2. [+]
                          July 25, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. Another Message from the FCC by Pat Aufderheide, p. 2
                          2. Walter Mondale Scrambles for Unity by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. New Nominee Divides IAF by Pat Aufderheide, p. 4
                          5. Contract Bid Rocks Monitor by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          6. OSHA Revises Asbestos Count by Barbara Yuill, p. 5
                          7. Briefing by Alex C., pp. 5-6
                          8. Women's Choice or Standard Bearer? by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-8
                          9. Germans Want to Debate French Left by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-11
                          10. [+]
                            Kennedys At War and Peace by John B. Judis, pp. 12-13 - 1 Review
                            1. The Kennedys by Peter Collier and David Horowitz
                          11. Letters, p. 14
                          12. German SPD Seeks Defense Rapport by Dan Charles, p. 15
                          13. Having Fun Is a Political Act at Masculinity Conference by Jo Freeman, p. 16
                          14. Men's Music by Michael S. Kimmel, p. 17
                          15. [+]
                            About 1776 and All That by Edward Countryman, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. The Origins of Anglo-American Radicalism by Margaret C. Jacob and James Randall Jacob
                          16. [+]
                            Crisis Accelerates to Edge of the Abyss by Daniel Lazare, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Debt Shock by Darrell Delamaide
                          17. [+]
                            Film: Balancing Act in the Dark by Louis Menashe, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. Siberiade (1979 Film) by Andrei Konchalovsky
                          18. [+]
                            Film: Children's Hour in Martinique by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-24 - 1 Review
                            1. Sugar Cane Alley (1983 Film) by Euzhan Palcy
                        3. [+]
                          August 8, 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
                          1. Labor Rebuilds for Grassroots Clout by Harold Meyerson, p. 2
                          2. Unions Seek Job Security, But Bosses Still Want Cutbacks by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. Danly Ripped Up Contract by D.M., p. 3
                          4. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                          5. Sophisticated Union Campaign Counters Merck's Hard Line by David Moberg, p. 4
                          6. White Paper Draft Changes by Joy Hackel, p. 4
                          7. Hospital Strike Breaks Record by Jack Clark, p. 5
                          8. Briefing by Phil Milton, p. 5
                          9. Hispanic "Spoilers" Raise Issues That Will Not Go Away by Cecilio J. Morales, Jr., p. 6
                          10. Mitterrand Replaces the Left in the New French Government by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                          11. Is Cruz' Return Merely for Show? by Chris Norton, pp. 9-10
                          12. Voters' Stalemate Sets Stage for Major Bloc Shifts by David Mandel, p. 11
                          13. Go Directly to Jail by Don Michak, pp. 12-13
                          14. New Party Stirs within the Old, p. 14
                          15. Letters, p. 15
                          16. American Unions Are Thinking about Local Conversion by Phillip Frazer, p. 16
                          17. A Soviet Socialist Exile Sees the Cold War Stifling Dissent by Alexander Amerisov, p. 17
                          18. [+]
                            On Becoming a Writer by Karen Rosenberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Second Words by Margaret Atwood
                          19. [+]
                            Pakistan Today: A Nation and a People Divided by C.M. Naim, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Can Pakistan Survive? by Tariq Ali
                          20. A Sad Tale of Erendira by George Robinson, p. 20
                          21. Positive Punk from the U.K. by Michael S. Kimmel, pp. 21-23
                          22. A Decade in Lake Wobegon Brought to You by Powdermilk Biscuits and Bertha's Kitty Boutique by Martin Keller, p. 24
                        4. [+]
                          August 22, 1984 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. Citizens Party and Its Candidate Face Funding Problem by Helen Cordes, p. 2
                          2. Factions Battle for Clout in the Republican Party by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                          4. TMI Worker Wins Suit by Marge Harrison, p. 4
                          5. Briefing by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 5
                          6. Poverty by David Moberg, pp. 6-8
                          7. Disarmament by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          8. Army Destroys Then Rebuilds by Chris Norton, pp. 11-13
                          9. Can a Small, Poor Socialist Group Find Electoral Success? by Jeremy Karpatkin, p. 14
                          10. Some Questions for High-Pay Advocates about Productivity by Jim O'Connor, p. 15
                          11. Pay Equity Looks Like Issue of the '80s by Jo Freeman, p. 16
                          12. Anti-Sandinista Prejudice Is Long Church Tradition by Nicholas W. Pilugin, p. 17
                          13. Lawyers Confront New Times by Joan Walsh, p. 18
                          14. [+]
                            Poland:Weschler's Passionate Prose Lets Poles Be Poles by Magda Paleczny-Zapp and Kenneth Zapp, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Solidarity: Poland in the Season of Its Passion by Lawrence Weschler
                          15. [+]
                            A Missed Chance for East-West Solidarity by Peter Rossman, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Solidarity: The Polish Revolution by Timothy Garton Ash
                          16. [+]
                            Architects of Capitalism by Gary Fields, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. Modern Architecture and Design by Bill Risebero
                          17. TV Show Hides Main Victims by Stephen Harvey, pp. 21-23
                          18. From Company Doctor to People's Doctor by Tim McCarthy, p. 24
                        5. [+]
                          September 5, 1984 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. Cold War Freeze Is Hitting Moscow by Fred Halliday, p. 2
                          2. Israel's Left and Right Fight for Power by David Twersky, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Filipinos by James Goodno, p. 4
                          5. Vets Denounce Settlement by Jon Kalish, p. 5
                          6. Briefing by S.K. Levin, p. 5
                          7. Conventional Wisdom, pp. 6-8
                          8. District 1199 Gets a New Contract by Jack Clark, pp. 9-10
                          9. Salvador in a State of Anxious Waiting by Chris Norton, p. 11
                          10. [+]
                            A Spectacular Fraud, from Time Immemorial by Norman G. Finkelstein, pp. 12-14 - 1 Review
                            1. From Time Immemorial by Joan Peters
                          11. Letters, p. 15
                          12. Comparable Worth Is Now Officially Opposed by Reagan by Jo Freeman, p. 16
                          13. Another Time, Another Place by Anthony Schmitz, p. 17
                          14. French Philosopher Michel Foucault by Edward W. Said, pp. 18-19
                          15. The Private Life of Privilege by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                          16. The Olympics You Didn't See on ABC-TV, pp. 21-23
                          17. Good Clean Fun by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                        6. [+]
                          September 12, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. Controversy over Plutonium Heats Up by Harvy Lipman, p. 2
                          2. All the Current Tax Proposals Will Make the Poor Pay More by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Senate Stalls Sex Bias Bill by Jeffrey Menzer, p. 4
                          5. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          6. Massacre in El Salvador by Chris Norton, pp. 4-5
                          7. Reagan's Forthcoming Hit by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                          8. Terror on the High Seas by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-9
                          9. Letters, p. 10
                          10. Unions Push Pay Equity Fight by Jo Freeman, p. 11
                          11. [+]
                            Caution Women: Work Is Hazardous to Health by Miriam Frank, p. 12 - 1 Review
                            1. Double Exposure by Wendy Chavkin
                          12. [+]
                            In Defense of Unions for the Free Market by Larry Mishel, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. What Do Unions Do? by Richard B. Freeman and James L. Medoff
                          13. There's No Sanity Clause by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          14. Blacklight by Salim Muwakkil, p. 16
                        7. [+]
                          September 19, 1984 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. Political Spy Trial Opens in Pretoria by David Goodman, p. 2
                          2. Liberal Loss Shakes Up Canada's Politics by Harvey Levenstein, pp. 3-4
                          3. Subminimum Wage Battle by Allen Hornblum, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by Patrick McCaffrey, p. 5
                          5. Priest David Tracy Discusses Liberation Theology Dispute by David Moberg, p. 6
                          6. Popular Theology under Attack by Cecilio J. Morales, Jr., p. 7
                          7. Will Her Issues Make a Difference? by Joan Walsh, pp. 8-9
                          8. Report Promotes Dual Educational System, Says Lasch by John B. Judis, p. 10
                          9. Teaching Is Political in Jersey Schools by Mary Ellen Schoonmaker, pp. 11-13
                          10. Letters, p. 14
                          11. Different Economic Principles Needed by Leonard Rodberg and William K. Tabb, pp. 15-16
                          12. The Fight to Save the London Council by John Yates, p. 17
                          13. [+]
                            Labor History:The Making of the American Working Class by Steven Rosswurm, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Chants Democratic by Sean Wilentz
                          14. [+]
                            The Not-So-Free World of the Freed Slave by Judith Stein, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Nothing But Freedom by Eric Foner
                          15. [+]
                            Go West Young Woman by Ann Douglas, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. Land Before Her by Annette Kolodny
                          16. [+]
                            Southern Black Women Remembering the Past by Nell Irvin Painter, pp. 20-23 - 2 Reviews
                            1. For the Ancestors by Bessie Jones
                            2. Hope and Dignity by Emily Herring Wilson and Susan Mullally
                          17. The Best and the Brightest by George Fish, p. 24
                        8. [+]
                          September 26, 1984 Issue = 12 Articles
                          1. Autoworkers Strike to Save Jobs at GM by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Reagan vs. Thomas Jefferson by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Amtrak Uses Discipline to Discriminate by Phil Milton, pp. 4-5
                          5. NLRB Limits Hospital Unions by Barbara Yuill, p. 6
                          6. Mitterrand's New Curriculum by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          7. The Game by Joan Walsh, pp. 8-10
                          8. Letters, p. 11
                          9. Pope's Instruction Guards Hierarchy by Nicholas A. Patricca, p. 12
                          10. [+]
                            Back to Where We Once Belonged, Selling the 'Sixties by Michael Kazin, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. The Sixties, without Apology by Sohnya Sayres, Fredric Jameson, and Anders Stephanson, ...
                          11. Prime-Time Patriotism by Rob Silberman, pp. 14-15
                          12. Sixtomania by Pat Aufderheide, p. 16
                      4. [+]
                        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1984 = 12 Issues, 205 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          October 3, 1984 Issue = 21 Articles
                          1. New Politics in Silicon Valley Congress Race by David Beers, p. 2
                          2. Unions Fight for Job Security by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. 9 to 5' Goes Prime Time by Paul Bass and Carole Bass, p. 4
                          5. Abortion Cuts in California? by Todd Woody, p. 4
                          6. Death Row Discrimination by Jay Murphy, p. 5
                          7. Briefing by Joan Walsh, p. 5
                          8. Bruce Morrison Braces for Bitter Rematch with '82 Foe by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 6
                          9. Democrats versus Catholic Church by John B. Judis, p. 7
                          10. Honecker Non-Visit Stirs Debate Over German Policy by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                          11. The Creeping Trend to Re-Balkanization by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          12. War Is Deadlocked after Four Years by Dilip Hiro, p. 11
                          13. Israel's Bull Dozer by Steve Askin, pp. 12-13
                          14. Mondale Attack on Reagan Bellicosity Has a Hollow Ring, p. 14
                          15. Letters, p. 15
                          16. Our Republican High Priest by Jim Wallis, pp. 16-17
                          17. [+]
                            Nadine Gordimer: A Thorn in Apartheid's Side by Dan Bellm, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Something Out There by Nadine Gordimer
                          18. New Project Rescues and Translates Forbidden Literature by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                          19. [+]
                            Tanner Shifts Focus to Films 'About People' by George Robinson, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. In the White City (1983 Film) by Alain Tanner
                          20. Poland without Dogma by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23
                          21. Doonesbury, Rides Again! by Jon Kalish, p. 24
                        2. [+]
                          October 10, 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
                          1. Business as Usual Now in Poland by David Ost, p. 2
                          2. Reagan Administration Is Divided on Arms Negotiations by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Down on the Farm by Jim Schwab, p. 4
                          5. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          6. Hunt Bearing Right in Dead-Even Heat by Paul Luebke, p. 4
                          7. Three Different Approaches to the German Question by Diana Johnstone, pp. 5-6
                          8. Campaign Counts on Votes of the Poor by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                          9. Milita by David Moberg, pp. 8-9
                          10. Letters, p. 10
                          11. New Government in Israel Leads to Independent Left by Eric Lee, p. 11
                          12. Labor Should Go on the Offensive by Lance Compa, p. 12
                          13. [+]
                            Science Is Politics by Other Means by Donna J. Haraway, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. The New Politics of Science by David Dickson
                          14. Demystifying El Salvador by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          15. Sanctuary by James North, p. 16
                        3. [+]
                          October 17, 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. In Salvador, Duarte and the Guerrillas Agree to Negotiate by Chris Norton, p. 2
                          2. The New and Improved Fritz Mondale by John B. Judis, pp. 3-4
                          3. Death Strikes Filipino Demos by James Goodno, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by Beth Maschinot, Carole Bass, and Paul Bass, p. 5
                          5. Evans Runs Again on Populist Agenda by David Moberg, p. 6
                          6. Hendriksen Battles Hatfield and Dems by Joan Walsh, pp. 7-8
                          7. Will the Missile System Come to the New York Harbor? by Lee Feinstein, p. 9
                          8. We're the Tobacco Industry Too., p. 10
                          9. Eritrea's Famine Is Politically Sticky by David Kline, p. 11
                          10. Coming of Age in the '80s by Neil Miller, pp. 12-13
                          11. The President's Not-So-Secret War Plan, p. 14
                          12. Letters, p. 15
                          13. New System Forms in Poland by David Ost, p. 16
                          14. Citizens Party Faces Difficult Task by Richard J. Walton, p. 17
                          15. [+]
                            The Greens: From the Real to the Ideal by Diana Johnstone, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Green Politics by Fritjof Capra and Charlene Spretnak
                            2. Fighting for Hope by Petra Kelly
                          16. [+]
                            C. Wright Mills Revisited by John H. Schaar, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. C. Wright Mills by Rick Tilman
                          17. Brazilian Film Revives Memory of Goulart by Mitchell Torton, p. 20
                          18. Racism within the Ranks by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
                          19. Japanese-Americans as Cannon Fodder, pp. 21-23
                          20. Palestinian Theatre by Ilana DeBare and Lisa Blum, p. 24
                        4. [+]
                          October 24, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. Labour Party Takes on 'Lawfulness' Issue by Jeremy Harding, p. 2
                          2. Important Political Opening for El Salvador's Left Forces by Chris Norton, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. TDU Presses for an Honest Contract by David Moberg, p. 4
                          5. Populist Harkin Battles Jepsen by David Moberg, p. 5
                          6. Texas Senate Race by Geoffrey Rips, pp. 6-7
                          7. The New Patriotism by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 8-9
                          8. Europeans All Ask the Same Question by David Corn, p. 10
                          9. Nicaragua, a State of Affairs That Is Worth Fighting for by James North, p. 11
                          10. Reagan's History of Catering to Special Interests in the West by Bob Gottlieb and Peter Wiley, p. 12
                          11. [+]
                            Can a Daddy Be a Mommy? by Bob Gottlieb, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. Good Morning, Merry Sunshine by Bob Greene
                          12. [+]
                            A Catalog of Catastrophe by Paul Choitz, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. Retreat from Safety by Joan Claybrook
                          13. Neh:Bennett vs. the EEOC by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          14. Blackout by Brent Staples, p. 16
                        5. [+]
                          October 31, 1984 Issue = 23 Articles
                          1. Behind Mondale and Ferraro's Fuzzy Stands on the Nuclear Freeze by John B. Judis, p. 2
                          2. Clark in Close Race in Mississippi by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. AIDS and Gay Rights Collide in Closings by Michael Helquist and Rick Osmon, p. 4
                          5. A British View of U.S. Elections by Jeremy Harding, p. 5
                          6. Briefing by Maureen Meehan, p. 5
                          7. Paul Simon Whittles Away at Sen. Charles Percy's Base by David Moberg, p. 6
                          8. Midwest Populist vs. Reagan Stalwart by David Moberg, p. 7
                          9. We're the Tobacco Industry Too., p. 8
                          10. Will Growe Be a First for the Dems? by Joan Walsh, pp. 9-10
                          11. Why Students Favor Reagan by John B. Judis, p. 11
                          12. Guerrilla Leaders Talk about the War, the Dialog and Peace by Mary Jo McConahay, pp. 12-13
                          13. Back on Track with Neo-Colonialism, p. 14
                          14. Letters, p. 15
                          15. IRA 'Provos' Strike Back by Tom Kiely, p. 16
                          16. Noose Tightens on the Family Farm by Jim Hightower, p. 17
                          17. [+]
                            John Lennon by George De Stefano, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Come Together by Jon Wiener
                          18. [+]
                            Rock'n Roll by William Swislow, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. The Sound of the City by Charlie Gillett
                          19. [+]
                            Victor Jara by Jay Walljasper, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. An Unfinished Song by Joan Jara
                          20. [+]
                            Jazzwomen by Susan Anderson, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Stormy Weather by Linda Dahl
                          21. [+]
                            Bluegrass by Bruce Kaplan, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Bluegrass Breakdown by Robert Cantwell
                          22. NEH's Neocon Crusade Risks Agency's Future by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-23
                          23. The Reagan by Edgar Allen Poor, p. 24
                        6. [+]
                          November 7, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. Aide Says Helms No 'Prince of Darkness' by Alex Charns, p. 2
                          2. Referendum on Sandinistas by Chris Norton, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. San Francisco's Restaurant Workers by Matthew Lasar, p. 4
                          5. Court's Worst-Case Scenario by John B. Judis, pp. 5-6
                          6. A Crack in the Catholic Monolith by Beth Maschinot, p. 7
                          7. South Africa-Mozambique Truce Is a FRELIMO Victory by Allen Isaacman, p. 8
                          8. Pentagon Balks at High-Tech Transfer by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                          9. Letters, p. 10
                          10. Diana Johnstone Has END Wrong by E.P. Thompson, p. 11
                          11. Point Slid Past Thompson by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-12
                          12. Steel Industry's Cries of 'Foul Play' Ignore Basic Realities by Andrew Collier, p. 13
                          13. Nixon as 'Everyman' by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 14-15
                          14. No Longer Dancing the Dark by Lynn Garafola, p. 16
                        7. [+]
                          November 14, 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
                          1. Mutual Dependence by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                          2. Republican Wins Lead Party a Step Closer to Realignment by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. "Unholy Alliance" Forms Over Pornography Law by Kate Ellis, p. 4
                          5. Not All the News Was Bad News by David Moberg, pp. 5-6
                          6. Women Fare Badly with Weak Support in Hopeless Races by Joan Walsh, p. 7
                          7. Gandhi's Son Faces Pressing Problems by Dilip Hiro, pp. 8-10
                          8. High Turnout Affirms FSLN Support by Chris Norton, p. 11
                          9. The Revolution as Nicaragua's New Vice President Sees It by Sergio Ramirez, pp. 12-13
                          10. Should One Class Mean One Union? by Stephen F. Diamond, pp. 14-16
                          11. Letters, p. 17
                          12. [+]
                            The Media Is the Message by Joan Walsh, p. 18 - 1 Review
                            1. Packaging the Presidency by Kathleen Hall Jamieson
                          13. [+]
                            Llosa's War and Peace of the Third World by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. The War of the End of the World by Mario Vargas Llosa
                          14. New Report Kills Myths of Affirmative Action by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                          15. Relevance on the Fringe by Michael S. Kimmel, pp. 21-24
                        8. [+]
                          November 21, 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
                          1. Anatomy of a Campaign by Rachel Gorlin, p. 2
                          2. New Inquisition on Liberation Theology by Diana Johnstone, pp. 3-4
                          3. New Rules for Needy Traders by Alexis Gillespie, p. 5
                          4. Briefing by Beth Maschinot, p. 5
                          5. How Reagan Bridged the Gender Gap by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                          6. Unions Are Having Difficulty Fathoming What Went Wrong by David Moberg, pp. 7-8
                          7. Behind U.S. War of Economic Attrition by Chris Norton, p. 9
                          8. Reflections on 1984 by John B. Judis, pp. 10-24
                          9. The Seamless Web Extends to Politics, p. 25
                          10. Letters, p. 26
                          11. An Unorthodox Socialist's Vital Legacy Endures by Harry Fleischman, p. 27
                          12. [+]
                            Writers Share Rich Traditions by Sandra Jackson-Opoku, p. 28 - 1 Review
                            1. Black Women Writers, 1950-1980 by Mari Evans
                          13. [+]
                            "Josie" Herbst: Chronicler of a Century by Marge Frantz, pp. 28-29 - 1 Review
                            1. Josephine Herbst by Elinor Langer
                          14. [+]
                            Film: Sci-Fi Discovers New Enemies by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 30-31 - 4 Reviews
                            1. The Brother From Another Planet (1984 Film) by John Sayles
                            2. Repo Man (1984 Film) by Alex Cox
                            3. Night of the Comet (1984 Film) by Thom Eberhardt
                            4. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai (1984 Film) by W.D. Richter
                          15. Friendship in the Target Zone by Dominic Taranowski, p. 32
                        9. [+]
                          December 5, 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
                          1. After Playskool by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. With Dole Selection, Main Streeters Best Conservatives by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. No Nukes in New York? by Susan Jaffe, p. 4
                          5. Butter Beats Guns in L.A. by Richard Grossman, p. 4
                          6. The Necessity of Protest by Graham Clarke, p. 5
                          7. Briefing by S.K. Levin, p. 5
                          8. Postal Service Squeezes Workers by Katherine Sciacchitano, p. 6
                          9. New Shelter Law Faces Many Hurdles by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                          10. Allergic Reaction to Bishops' Letter by Robert McClory, pp. 7-8
                          11. For Blacks, "New Deal" Means the Same Old Apartheid by David Goodman, pp. 9-10
                          12. Latest Scandal Leads to Reagan Administration by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                          13. Culture Clash on the Columbia River by Robin Cody, pp. 12-13
                          14. World Court Gives Pluralism within Nicaragua a Big Boost, p. 14
                          15. Letters, p. 15
                          16. Deficit Catches Up with Reagan by Daniel Lazare, p. 16
                          17. Wealth Distribution Study Causes Tinge of Discomfort by Richard B. DuBoff, p. 17
                          18. [+]
                            Books of Life-on-the-Job by the People Who Live It by Staughton Lynd, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                            1. A Machinist's Semi-Automated Life by Roger Tulin
                            2. A Year in the Life of a Factory by Maynard Seider
                          19. [+]
                            Tom Robbins: Still Another Flip Distraction by Paul Skenazy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins
                          20. Reality Gets Reel Treatment by Jon Kalish, p. 20
                          21. Politi Film Chronicles Israel's Pioneer Women by K. Kaufmann, pp. 20-23
                          22. Vietnam Vets by George Robinson, p. 24
                        10. [+]
                          December 12, 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
                          1. Machine Tool Crisis by David Moberg, p. 2
                          2. Banking Deregulation Is Key Issue in Economic Debate by John B. Judis, p. 3
                          3. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          4. Regime's Foes Win Friends by Joan Walsh, p. 4
                          5. New Deal' Meets the New Resistance by David Goodman, pp. 5-6
                          6. Germany Enters the Arms Race with Rocket Production by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                          7. Slaying of 'Benjy' Wilson Accents Violence Epidemic by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 8-9
                          8. Letters, p. 10
                          9. Labor Historians Seek Useful Past by Eric Foner, p. 11
                          10. Too Much Wasted Effort Is Going into Inter-Union Fights by Steve Early, p. 12
                          11. [+]
                            Lasch Chance for Survival by Eli Zaretsky, p. 13 - 1 Review
                            1. The Minimal Self by Christopher Lasch
                          12. Folkies Mine Topical Veins by Michael S. Kimmel, pp. 14-15
                          13. Straight-Up by Cindy J. Kirshman, p. 16
                        11. [+]
                          December 19, 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. Marcos Foes Plan to Escalate Actions by James B. Goodno, p. 2
                          2. India Accident Raises Question of Corporate Responsibility by Richard Asinoff, pp. 3-4
                          3. Briefing by Carole Bass and Paul Bass, p. 5
                          4. Campaign Knows It's on Thin Ice by Joan Walsh, p. 6
                          5. British and Irish Summit Talks Fail by Thomas Kiely, pp. 7-8
                          6. A Greek Mystery by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          7. President Duarte's New Balancing Act by Chris Norton, pp. 11-13
                          8. What Does Karl Marx Have to Offer the Democrats?, p. 14
                          9. Letters, p. 15
                          10. Pittsburgh Pastor Rallies Victims of Hi-Tech Visions by Dave Davis and Tim Peek, pp. 16-17
                          11. PLO Seeks Peace, Says Israeli Leader by John P. Egan, p. 18
                          12. Holiday Movie Tidings by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                          13. Best Books 1984, pp. 20-23
                          14. Primitive Inspiration by David Moberg, p. 24
                        12. [+]
                          December 21, 1984 Issue = 19 Articles
                          1. Will NOW Support Help Mondale Attract Women? by Joan Walsh, p. 2
                          2. Air Workers Give and Get Concessions by David Moberg, p. 3
                          3. Mondale, Trumka Gain UMW Support by Eric Leif Davin, p. 3
                          4. In Short by Beth Maschinot, p. 4
                          5. 1199 Jostles with RWDSU by Bob Sanders, p. 4
                          6. Energy News by Harvy Lipman, p. 4
                          7. Briefing by Norman Solomon, p. 5
                          8. Opening Volleys of '84 Race Are Fired by John B. Judis, p. 6
                          9. Jobs or Peace by Ken Fuson, pp. 7-8
                          10. Missile Foes Face Tough Fight by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                          11. Arrival of Cruise Missiles Intensifies Antinuke Campaign by Susan Jaffe, pp. 11-13
                          12. Letters, p. 14
                          13. [+]
                            No Cultural Commissar, But a Sectarian Approach to Film by Lester Rodney, p. 15 - 1 Review
                            1. Under Fire (1983 Film) by Roger Spottiswoode
                          14. Freedom of Speech Was Never Guaranteed, It Had to Be Won by David Kairys, p. 16
                          15. The Life of a Letters Page by Susan Rubinyi-Anderson, p. 17
                          16. The Making of a City Councilman by Joe E. Gutierrez, p. 18
                          17. [+]
                            Banality of Banality-A Backstage View of TV by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 - 1 Review
                            1. Inside Prime Time by Todd Gitlin
                          18. [+]
                            The Soul of Good Old Boys by Kim Lacy Rogers, p. 20 - 1 Review
                            1. Southern Honor by Bertram Wyatt-Brown
                          19. A Cutting Room of One's Own by Kathleen Hulser, pp. 21-24
                    2. [+]
                      Issues of 1985 = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
                      1. [+]
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                            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
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                                Issues of 1990 = 28 Issues, 551 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1991 = 14 Issues, 250 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 235 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1993 = 26 Issues, 543 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1994 = 24 Issues, 504 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1995 = 24 Issues, 489 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1996 = 25 Issues, 469 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1997 = 22 Issues, 347 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1998 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1999 = 23 Issues, 350 Articles
                                                2. [+]
                                                  Issues of the 2000s = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 2000 = 23 Issues, 362 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 2001 = 24 Issues, 378 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 2002 = 24 Issues, 348 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 2003 = 22 Issues, 320 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 2004 = 20 Issues, 379 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 2005 = 16 Issues, 284 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 2006 = 12 Issues, 261 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 2007 = 12 Issues, 270 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 2008 = 12 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2009 = 11 Issues, 245 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of the 2010s = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2010 = 2 Issues, 39 Articles