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    Issues of the 1970s = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
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                                Issues of 1989 = 38 Issues, 828 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1989 = 10 Issues, 223 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    January 11, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Should the Government Give Itself a Raise? by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. The Ghost of Harold Washington Meets the Ghost of Richard Daley by David Moberg, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Chico Mendes by Glen Switkes and Linda Rabben, p. 4
                                    5. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    6. Reilly Given Environmental Portfolio by John Green, p. 4
                                    7. Brazil Puts Ecologically Minded Indian Chiefs and U.S. Anthroplogist on Trial by Jon Christensen, p. 5
                                    8. New Names for the Same Old Death Squads by Chris Norton, p. 6
                                    9. Libya: First Little Hot War to Follow the Cold War by Diana Johnstone, pp. 7-8
                                    10. Washington's Latest Target by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                                    11. The Endless Simmer by Dick Russell, pp. 10-12
                                    12. Sunny California by D.R., p. 13
                                    13. Poison Gas Plants Libya and Poisonous Policies, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, pp. 15-16
                                    15. Anti-Communism as a Product of Communism by Dick Flacks, p. 17
                                    16. [+]
                                      Chicana Cannery Workers: Invisible Women Materialize by Dana Frank, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. Cannery Women, Cannery Lives by Vicki L. Ruiz
                                      2. Women's Work and Chicano Families by Patricia Zavella
                                    17. [+]
                                      Women Struggle to Make the Grade by William E. Cain, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Women of Academe by Nadya Aisenberg and Mona Harrington
                                    18. Two Documentaries Probe Why Home is Where the Heart Breaks by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    19. [+]
                                      Popular Girl Needs Some Work by Miles Harvey, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. Working Girl (1988 Film) by Mike Nichols
                                    20. Greenhouse by Dick Russell, pp. 22-23
                                    21. Transitioning Thing by Tom Engelhardt, p. 24
                                  2. [+]
                                    January 18, 1989 Issue = 18 Articles
                                    1. Jack Kemp, This HUD's for You by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. U.S. Arms Formulas Brew Chemical Imbalance by Diana Johnstone, pp. 3-4
                                    3. Old Red Dogs Won't Learn New Soviet Tricks by Marcus Kabel, p. 5
                                    4. D.C.'s Marion Barry, His Dishonor the Mayor by John B. Judis, p. 6
                                    5. Insurers Collide with California Voters by Paul Rauber, pp. 7-8
                                    6. Black America by Salim Muwakkil, p. 9
                                    7. Should U.S. Give Back Land it Stole from Sioux? by Paul Little, p. 10
                                    8. Quebec's Guerre Des Mots Heats up by Lawrence Kootnikoff, pp. 11-13
                                    9. Time to Change Course in the War on Drugs, p. 14
                                    10. Letters, p. 15
                                    11. Hirohito by Yukinori Ishikawa, p. 16
                                    12. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    13. Civil Servant Reagan Faces the Pekar Performance Review by Harvey Pekar, p. 18
                                    14. The Economic Big Picture in Graphic Detail by Kim Lacy Rogers, p. 19
                                    15. Tikkun by Mark Feinberg, p. 20
                                    16. [+]
                                      Theorists Tripping Through the Rubble of the Reagan Legacy by Daniel Lazare, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Reagan Legacy by Sidney Blumenthal and Thomas Byrne Edsall
                                    17. [+]
                                      Crash Landing Across Cultural Boundaries: War of the World-Views by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Sykaos Papers by E.P. Thompson
                                    18. [+]
                                      An American by Margaret Spillane, p. 24 - 1 Review
                                      1. National Anthems by Dennis McIntyre
                                  3. [+]
                                    January 25, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. African-American by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. New Skeletons Stored in the Iran-Contra Closed by Richard Ryan, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Western Problems by Peter F. Sisler, p. 4
                                    5. Elliott Abrams is Gone but His Stain Remains by Kevin O'Donnell, p. 5
                                    6. The Bush Brigade Fills Out Its Ranks by John B. Judis, p. 6
                                    7. The U.S. Smoke Screen on Chemical Weapons by Diana Johnstone, p. 7
                                    8. Labor Inches Out of the Long Repression by David Moberg, p. 8
                                    9. Slamming the Door Shut on a "Democratic Opening" by Kevin Robinson, p. 9
                                    10. Reagan's Legacy of Hot Air by Dick Russell, pp. 10-12
                                    11. Greenhouse Neglect by D.R., p. 13
                                    12. Reagan Fails to Revive the Imperial Presidency, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. Despite Terror, Guatemalan Students Protest Openly by Jon Reed, p. 16
                                    15. Through the Looking Glass of Soviet Democratization by Michael E. Urban, p. 17
                                    16. [+]
                                      Chomsky and Herman Show How Things Work in the Consent Factory by John O'Kane, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Manufacturing Consent by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky
                                    17. [+]
                                      Dissent: Censorship and Sensibility by Nan Levinson, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Liberty Denied by Donna A. Demac, Arthur Miller, and Larry McMurtry, ...
                                    18. Soviet TV Tries Some New Channels by Stephen J. Simurda, p. 20
                                    19. [+]
                                      Avant-Garde Returns in the Age of Glasnost by Karen Rosenberg, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Ashik Kerib by Sergei Paradzhanov
                                    20. Neoclassical Jazz Anarchy by David Parker, p. 21
                                    21. Greenhouse by Dick Russell, pp. 22-23
                                    22. [+]
                                      A New Television Production of a Raisin in the Sun Showcases a Dussic Drama. by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24 - 1 Review
                                      1. A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry
                                  4. [+]
                                    February 1, 1989 Issue = 25 Articles
                                    1. Don't Cry for Ron, Nicaragua by William Gasperini, p. 2
                                    2. The Fast Food of Drugs' Poisons the Inner-City by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                                    3. Controversial Black Leader Battles against Crack, p. 3
                                    4. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    5. Mexican-American War Still Simmers in New Mexico by Kira Jones, p. 4
                                    6. Crowd-Control Technology by Michael Emery, p. 5
                                    7. Prague Spring Fever Continues in Czechoslovakia by Robert Worth, p. 5
                                    8. Could Anyone Be Worse Than Koch? Try Giuliani by Daniel Lazare, p. 6
                                    9. The Black and White of Trade Deficit's Red Ink by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    10. The Final Rite of Reaganomics by J.B.J., p. 7
                                    11. Ohioans Are Learning to Hate the Bomb by David Beach, p. 8
                                    12. Detention, Death and Denial in Israel by Joe Lockard, p. 9
                                    13. Jerusalem Observes Tory Law by Mitchell Kaidy, pp. 9-10
                                    14. New Economics Letting a Thousand Bosses Bloom by Larry Jagan, p. 11
                                    15. Reform-Minded Vietnam Looks to China by Larry Jagan, p. 11
                                    16. The Deal Buster by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
                                    17. Supreme Court Takes a Big Step Backward, p. 14
                                    18. Letters, p. 15
                                    19. Does "Everyday" Mean Simplification of Issues? by Diana Johnstone, p. 16
                                    20. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    21. Watching 'Democracy' by Mark Crispin Miller, p. 18
                                    22. Twisting the Night Away with Atwater's Blues Life by David Nicholson, p. 19
                                    23. [+]
                                      Industry Goes for the Steal by Staughton Lynd, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. And the Wolf Finally Came by John P. Hoerr
                                    24. [+]
                                      Pravda: Sensationalism and Sensibility by Michael Phillips, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. Pravda by Howard Brenton and David Hare
                                    25. Acting Lessens by Tom Engelhardt, p. 24
                                  5. [+]
                                    February 8, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. Is the UFCW Slaughtering Itself? by David Moberg, p. 2
                                    2. Affirming Inaction by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Trade War Baloney Masks the Meat of the Problem by Ray Walsh, p. 4
                                    5. The Peace Army Wants You! by George Jarrett, p. 5
                                    6. Yankee Oil, Go Home by Peter Prongos, p. 5
                                    7. Socialist Learn Money Cannot Buy Happiness by Diana Johnstone, p. 6
                                    8. Earth Needs You by Dick Russell, pp. 7-9
                                    9. Nukes Won't Cool the Greenhouse by D.R., pp. 10-11
                                    10. Colombia by Merrill Collett, pp. 12-13
                                    11. On Global Warming the Bush Team Talks Out of Both Sides of Its Mouth, p. 14
                                    12. It's a Kinda Gentiler Administration, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. Czechoslovakia's Sad Joke by Carmen Mayer, p. 16
                                    15. Even Doctors Are Prescribing a Real National Health Scheme by Marjorie Hope and James Young, p. 17
                                    16. Outsider Art Seeks Shelter by Mark Feinberg, p. 18
                                    17. U.S. Foreign Policy Still Speaking in Tongues by Tom Engelhardt, p. 18
                                    18. Home Rules and the Video Alternatives by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                                    19. [+]
                                      The Hatfields and McCoys: Some Feud for Thought by Rick Wilson, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Feud by Altina L. Waller
                                    20. [+]
                                      Glowing Denunciations from the Free-Fire Zone by Andrew Galarneau, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. A Bright Shining Lie by Neil Sheehan
                                    21. [+]
                                      Passionate Potentate and His Young Subjects by Karen Field, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. The King of Children by Betty Jean Lifton
                                    22. The Slaves Remember by Robert Burns, p. 24
                                  6. [+]
                                    February 15, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. Ask Again What You Can Do for Your County by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. Able to Raise Huge Deficits with a Single Missile System by Alan Gilchrist and Louise Halper, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. "Oh, You Stupid Imbecile! You've Shot My Father!" by Kevin O'Donnell, p. 4
                                    5. Evil Olympians Lock up Good Titan by William K. Burke, p. 5
                                    6. After 20 Years, It's Time to Go by Jay Giebus, p. 5
                                    7. KKK Boss Joins GOP-and May Join Legislature by Zack Nauth, p. 6
                                    8. Futures, Past and Present by David Moberg, p. 7
                                    9. Hothouse Politics of Greenhouse Effect by Dick Russell, p. 8
                                    10. Khadafy Regime Being Set up for a Contra-Style Bushwhacking by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    11. The Left is Drifting Rightward by Stefano Petrucci, p. 11
                                    12. Talkin' Texans by Dave Denison, pp. 12-13
                                    13. The Great Congressional Pay-Raise Caper and Why it Failed, p. 14
                                    14. AIDS Marriage Test Yields Inevitable Results, p. 14
                                    15. Letters, p. 15
                                    16. George Bush and Latin America's Debt Rebellion by Marlene Nadle, p. 16
                                    17. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    18. Love Bytes by Tom Engelhardt, p. 18
                                    19. Kennedy Mystique and Mistakes by Mike Tidwell, p. 19
                                    20. [+]
                                      Some Explosive Tales of the Freedom Blighters by Jim Naureckas, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Brought to Light by Joyce Brabner, Alan Moore, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Tom Yeates, ...
                                    21. [+]
                                      Mozambican Women Balance between Future and Past by James North, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. And Still They Dance by Stephanie Urdang
                                    22. Italy is it by Peter Karman, p. 24
                                  7. [+]
                                    February 22, 1989 Issue = 25 Articles
                                    1. The Tower Inferno, or How to Burn up U.S. Allies in Bonn by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                                    2. Abortion Foes Give Birth to a'Syndrome' by Maggie Garb, p. 3
                                    3. Lost of Studies but on Substantiation, p. 3
                                    4. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    5. Hawaiian Burial Grounds Make Way for Ritz-Carlton by Joan Conrow, p. 4
                                    6. Affordable Housing for the Union by Mark Feinberg, p. 5
                                    7. Mayoral Candidate David Dinkins-I Lull New York by Daniel Lazare, p. 6
                                    8. It Took 2000 Years for This Job to Open up by Danny Duncan Collum, p. 7
                                    9. The Rainbow's Shades of Gray by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    10. Jerry Brown Makes a Comeback as Head of State's Democrats by Jim Heaphy, p. 8
                                    11. Brown Inherits a Deeply Divided Democratic Party by John B. Judis, pp. 9-10
                                    12. The Good News Is That Reagan's Gone, the Bad News Is That Noriega Remains by David R. Dye, p. 11
                                    13. U.S. Salvador Policy by Chris Norton, pp. 12-13
                                    14. When It Comes to Ethics Bush's Are a Class Act, p. 14
                                    15. George Bush, p. 14
                                    16. Letters, p. 15
                                    17. When International Labor Solidarity Isn't International Labor Solidarity by Stephen Coats, p. 16
                                    18. Everybody's Business by David Kotz, p. 17
                                    19. [+]
                                      Zen and the Art of Zip-Code Marketing by Jim Naureckas, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. The Clustering of America by Michael J. Weiss
                                      2. The People, the Press, and Politics by Norman Ornstein, Andrew Kohut, and Larry McCarthy, ...
                                    20. [+]
                                      Wright and Robeson Walk the Long and Winding Road to Justice by Charles T. Banner-Haley, p. 19 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. Richard Wright by Margaret Walker
                                      2. Paul Robeson: A Biography by Martin Bauml Duberman
                                    21. Lou's Thinking about New York Surreal Estate by Jeff Salamon, p. 20
                                    22. [+]
                                      The Iron Triangle, the Leaden Film Angle by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Iron Triangle by Eric Weston
                                    23. Reagan Aftermath by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21
                                    24. El Salvador by Chris Norton, pp. 22-23
                                    25. Dark Michelle Shocked by Paul Tough, p. 24
                                  8. [+]
                                    March 1, 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
                                    1. Hunger in America Has Gone Corporate by Mark Feinberg, p. 2
                                    2. Taxpayers Likely to Drown in Savings and Loan Bailout by Kevin Kelly, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Warehouse Tribes by Julia Gilden, p. 4
                                    5. From Grand Wizard to State Representative by Zack Nauth, p. 5
                                    6. Another Difficult Test for Collegiate Athletics by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    7. U.S. Electronics Industry Wires Uncle Sam for Help by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    8. Bush Is Off the Ranch on the Beef Dispute by David Moberg, p. 8
                                    9. Cuomo and Liberalism by Daniel Lazare, p. 9
                                    10. Opening the Door Wide for the Contras' Welcome Exit by Chris Norton, p. 10
                                    11. Bad Air Around a Report on Chemical Weapons by Diana Johnstone, pp. 11-13
                                    12. Lee Atwater Grapples with His Frankenstein, p. 14
                                    13. Homeless Wait for House That Jack Might Build, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 16
                                    16. Approach to Rent Control Is Key to Kemp's Intentions by John Atlas and Peter Dreier, pp. 17-18
                                    17. The Satanic Versus the Divine by Tariq Ali, p. 19
                                    18. Playing Editorial Roulette in Atlanta by Roger Kerson, p. 20
                                    19. [+]
                                      High Fidelity and the Wild Cuban Mix by David Pedersen, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Uncompromising Revolution by Saul Landau
                                    20. The Elie Wiesel Difference by Osha Davidson, p. 24
                                  9. [+]
                                    March 15, 1989 Issue = 26 Articles
                                    1. Debt Bomb Explodes in 'Rich' Venezuela by Merrill Collett, p. 2
                                    2. Eastern Strike Could Help Labor Movement Take Off by David Moberg, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Art for the International Proletarian Revolution's Sake by Denise Rinaldo, p. 4
                                    5. Egypt Confronts the Rising Crescent of Islamic Fundamentalism by Reto Pieth, p. 5
                                    6. Courtroom Drama Turns to Soap by Audrey Poe, p. 5
                                    7. The Windy City's Fate Flies into April Primary by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    8. Black Talk Radio Sends Powerful, Dear Signals by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    9. Bush's Tower of Trouble and Democratic Dilemma by John B. Judis, p. 8
                                    10. Bush Doesn't Catch the Asian Flow by Marc J. Cohen, p. 9
                                    11. Lesson of the Rushdie Flap by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                                    12. The Iran-U.S. and Game by Larry Everest, p. 10
                                    13. How the New Democrats Missed Their Finest Hour by Doug Smith, p. 11
                                    14. Being Fair to the Media by Daniel Lazare, pp. 12-13
                                    15. Tower's Fall Symbolizes Crumbling of Reaganism, p. 14
                                    16. George Bush-John Tower Mystery Unravelled, p. 14
                                    17. The Machinists Union Is Fighting for Our Lives, p. 14
                                    18. Letters, p. 15
                                    19. California's Proposition 103 Went against Pundit Tide by Bill Zimmerman, p. 16
                                    20. To Win, the Left Needs More Than Pragmatism by S.M. Miller, p. 17
                                    21. [+]
                                      State of Terrorism Address by Martin A. Lee, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                                      1. Revolutionaries and Functionaries by Richard Falk
                                      2. The Culture of Terrorism by Noam Chomsky
                                      3. The Other Face of Terror by Ray Hill and Andrew Bell
                                    22. [+]
                                      Picked by Thatcher's Thorns by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. High Hopes (1988 Film) by Mike Leigh
                                    23. Mike Leigh Talks of His High Hopes by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19
                                    24. Wrestling with Ideas Becomes a Philosophical Grudge Match by Richard Ryan, p. 20
                                    25. Tax Alternatives by Tom Engelhardt, pp. 21-23
                                    26. The Malign Comedy by Chris Rohmann, p. 24
                                  10. [+]
                                    March 22, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. A Three-Sided Scale of Justice for North by Jim Naureckas, p. 2
                                    2. In Their Dogfight with Lorenzo, Strikers Set Sights on Continental by David Moberg, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Out of the Closet and into the Brig, and That's an Order by Michele Mozelsio, p. 4
                                    5. David Duke by Russell Bellant, p. 5
                                    6. Howard Students Set Precedent for African-American Diaspora by Eric Gravley, p. 5
                                    7. GOP Courting Black Votes for the White Reasons by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    8. Democrats Go to Class, But Miss All the Lessons by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    9. The New Political Landscape Is Vivid with Red and Green by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                                    10. Solidarity's New Textbook Is State and Devolution by Franek Michalski, p. 10
                                    11. Starving for Freedom by Pippa Green, p. 11
                                    12. Reach Out and TAP Someone by Gregory Flannery, pp. 12-13
                                    13. False Issue Divides Democratic Leadership, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. Like Puffed Rice, Reagan Boom Was Shot from Guns by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 16
                                    16. The West Bank by Adam Jones, p. 17
                                    17. Rich Get Richmond, Blacks Set Aside by Karl Bermann, p. 18
                                    18. Kassav' by J. Poet, p. 19
                                    19. [+]
                                      Scientists Try to Neutralize Volatile Forces of Reaction by Benjamin Harris, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Beyond the Laboratory by Peter J. Kuznick
                                    20. [+]
                                      Alma Matters: Examing Politics of the Old School by William E. Cain, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Politics of Letters by Richard M. Ohmann and Janice Radway
                                    21. Rushdie and the War of the Words by Joel Bleifuss, pp. 21-23
                                    22. Luisa's Tale by David Volpendesta, p. 24
                                2. [+]
                                  Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1989 = 9 Issues, 191 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    April 12, 1989 Issue = 23 Articles
                                    1. Brady's Debt Plan Is Short on Principle by Merrill Collett, p. 2
                                    2. Xenophobia Is Latest Item in the Trade in Enemies by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Just Say 'War' by Jo Ann Kawell, p. 4
                                    5. Add Crocodiles by Kevin O'Donnell, p. 5
                                    6. Quayle's House Seat Captured by Female Democrat by George Fish, p. 5
                                    7. The Rich Get Richie, the Poor Get Poorer by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    8. His Candidates Lost, But Jackson Won in Chicago by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    9. An Effluent Community Worries about Cleaning Its River and/or Saving Jobs by William K. Burke, pp. 8-9
                                    10. It's Coup Du Jour as Haiti's Military Regime Devours Itself by Kathie Klarreich, p. 10
                                    11. Will '92 Be Supernational or Just Multinational? by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                                    12. Chilean Writer Isabel Allende Works Her Magic from the Inside Out. by David Volpendesta, pp. 12-13
                                    13. Today's Robber Barons Despoil the Environment, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. Chile's Fruit Workers Also Suffer from Tainted Produce by James Petras, p. 16
                                    16. D.C.: Death and Cocaine by Mike Tidwell, p. 16
                                    17. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    18. [+]
                                      Arguments with History: The Sharp Political Line of the Surrealists by Claire Sprague, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Dada Turns Red by Helena Lewis
                                    19. [+]
                                      Minority Retorts and Other Stories by James North, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Prepared for the Worst by Christopher Hitchens
                                    20. [+]
                                      Morrison's Poetic License Revoked by Richard Ryan, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Wilderness by Jim Morrison
                                    21. [+]
                                      Fantasy Beyond the Baron Wasteland by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown
                                      2. Paperhouse (1989 Film) by Bernard Rose
                                    22. Hospital Musical Is More Than the Same Old Song and Dance by Eric Lindbom, pp. 21-23
                                    23. Merging the Art of War and the War of Art by Tom Engelhardt, p. 24
                                  2. [+]
                                    April 19, 1989 Issue = 26 Articles
                                    1. An In-Depth Look at a 'Visionless' Bush by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. The Choice Is All Ours, Marchers Tell the Court by Maggie Garb and Joan McGrath, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Deposing the Chairman of the Navajo Nation by Peter F. Sisler, p. 4
                                    5. St. Louis Clinic Mobilizes for Choice by Maggie Garb, p. 4
                                    6. The Last Temptation of Pinochet by Marcelo Montecino, p. 5
                                    7. National People's Action by Jim Naureckas, p. 6
                                    8. The Deal That Might Have Flown Grounded by Lorenzo's Baggage by David Moberg, p. 7
                                    9. Workers' Share in Corporations by D.M., p. 7
                                    10. Young Blacks Discovering a New Sense of Community by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    11. The Colors of Africa, p. 8
                                    12. From Socialist Enterprises to Entrepreneurial Entities by Stephen J. Simurda, p. 9
                                    13. If Cold War Becomes Trade War Soviets Will Side with the European Community, pp. 9-10
                                    14. A United Europe's Choice by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                                    15. Nablus by Joe Lockard, pp. 12-13
                                    16. Once Reagan's Top Dog North Is Now a 'Fall Guy' Biting His Master's Hand, p. 14
                                    17. Bush's S&L Cleanup Plan Would Make Us Pay Twice, p. 14
                                    18. Letters, p. 15
                                    19. Israelis and Palestinians Start to Talk It Out in Historic N.Y. Meeting by Hillel Schenker, p. 16
                                    20. Change Has Been the Rule in the Soviet Union's History by Moshe Lewin, p. 17
                                    21. [+]
                                      Studying History on a Fulbright by Marshall Windmiller, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Price of Empire by J. William Fulbright and Seth P. Tillman
                                    22. [+]
                                      Telling Shards in the West Tradition by William E. Cain, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Prophetic Fragments by Cornel West
                                    23. [+]
                                      Notebook by James North, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Cuba Reader by Philip Brenner, William M. LeoGrande, and Donna Rich, ...
                                    24. Organized Labor Struggles to Focus Its Clouded Media Vision by Fred Glass, p. 20
                                    25. The Arts Play a Zero-Sum Game by Nan Levinson, pp. 21-23
                                    26. Little Brother Is Watching Too by Peter Karman, p. 24
                                  3. [+]
                                    April 26, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Wright's Wrongs and Real Issues by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. One City's Hispanics Win All-Important Right to Win by Paul Rauber, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Rebels on a Roll by Julia Gilden, p. 4
                                    5. Drugs and the Contras by Jim Naureckas, p. 5
                                    6. Workers Challenged by the Global Marketplace by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    7. Black America's Apathy about Social Movements by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    8. Bonn Ponders Treatment of Hunger-Striking Prisoners by Gordon Lewis, p. 8
                                    9. In New York AIDS Soars While Politicians Hide Out by Daniel Lazare, p. 9
                                    10. Help Is Hard to Come by for Prisoners with AIDS by Paul Rykoff Coleman, p. 10
                                    11. The Formula That HIV Equals AIDS Equals Death Kills Hope and May Not Be True by Daniel J. NeNoon, pp. 11-13
                                    12. American Public Leads the Way to New Politics, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. Adam Michnik Sees Solidarity as Key to Poland's Democratic Evolution by Alicja Mann, p. 16
                                    15. The 'E-Word' and the 'D-Word' by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    16. [+]
                                      Paper of Record, Paper of Recipes by Peter Karman, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Fit to Print by Joseph C. Goulden
                                    17. [+]
                                      Stolid Right Jabs from the 'Con' Cartel by Dennis Perrin, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Column Right by David Burner and Thomas R. West
                                    18. [+]
                                      Big Questions and Some Small Answers by Robbie Lieberman, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Lonesome Traveler by Doris Willens and Pete Seeger
                                    19. Public Interest, Private Principal by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    20. Heritage Fest Feeds Regional Traditions by Jim Dulzo, pp. 21-23
                                    21. [+]
                                      Theater of the Unheard by David Graver and Loren Kruger, p. 24 - 1 Review
                                      1. Etiquette of the Undercaste
                                  4. [+]
                                    May 3, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. North Docudrama and Paper Chase by Jim Naureckas, p. 2
                                    2. Bush's Austerity Wage Stirs Minimum Rage by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Bedeviled in Matamoros by Nelson Valdes, p. 4
                                    5. Some Reporters Have Conflicts, Others Have Interests by Jim Naureckas and Miles Harvey, p. 4
                                    6. Hitler Birthday, Left Debacle by Gordon Lewis, p. 5
                                    7. Knowing Is Not Enough;Labor Wants Power to Act by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    8. The Black Summit Tackles Some of the Big Uneasies by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    9. It's Heads up in Bolivia for Politics of Cocaine by James Evans and Jack Epstein, p. 8
                                    10. The Economic Dilemma by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    11. Thatcherism by Katie Richards, p. 11
                                    12. Alaska Aftermath by Terry Carr, pp. 12-13
                                    13. As the Cold War Winds down It's Time to Stop Arming the Insurgents, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. How Strong Labor Unions Can Lead to a Clean Environment by J. Quam-Wickham and N. Quam-Wickham, p. 16
                                    16. Press Sees Social Disaster as Investment Opportunity by Roger Bybee, p. 17
                                    17. [+]
                                      Art of Technology: The Mythic American Trains of Thought by Karen Rosenberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Railroad in American Art by Susan Danly and Leo Marx
                                    18. [+]
                                      Team Reagan Lets Democracy Slide by Bud Kenworthy, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Landslide by Jane Mayer and Doyle McManus
                                    19. Video Alternatives All Over the Map by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    20. Elvis Costello's Original Spin by Jeff Salamon, pp. 21-23
                                    21. The Brazil by J. Poet, p. 24
                                  5. [+]
                                    May 10, 1989 Issue = 17 Articles
                                    1. An Inside View of China's Unrest by Alisa Joyce, p. 2
                                    2. FSX Deal by John B. Judis, pp. 3-4
                                    3. Dear Abbie by Jonathan Silvers, p. 5
                                    4. A Community Digs in with Striking Miners by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    5. Central Park by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    6. Hungary Hopes to Go from Mixed-Up Economy to One That's Better Mixed by Diana Johnstone, pp. 8-9
                                    7. What the U.S. Media Failed to Mention about Namibia by Jim Wurst, p. 10
                                    8. Pain Forest by Steve Turner, pp. 11-13
                                    9. German Peace Initiative Stirs Fear and Loathing in Bush Administration, p. 14
                                    10. Letters, p. 15
                                    11. U.N. Helps South Africa Keep Control of Namibia by Joseph Diescho, p. 16
                                    12. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    13. From Russia with Lit by Harvey Pekar, p. 18
                                    14. [+]
                                      Naipaul Swerves into the South by Mab Segrest, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. A Turn in the South by V.S. Naipaul
                                    15. Glasnost Satire Bubbles up from Underground by Joel Schechter, p. 20
                                    16. Documentary Chic by Karen Rosenberg, pp. 21-23
                                    17. Little Joe by Ralph Brauer, p. 24
                                  6. [+]
                                    May 17, 1989 Issue = 19 Articles
                                    1. Service Economy Not Serving U.S. by David Moberg, p. 2
                                    2. A "Cornered Animal" Bites the Hand That Once Fed Him by William Gasperini, pp. 3-4
                                    3. El Salvador's Grave Situation by David E. Bates, p. 5
                                    4. Local Efforts Growing to Save the Children by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    5. The Age of Plastics Begins to Waste Away by David Morris, p. 7
                                    6. Do Biodegradable Really Degrade?, p. 7
                                    7. U.S.-Soviet Trade Is a Hard Sell by John B. Judis, p. 8
                                    8. No Nukes Is Good Nukes in NATO, If Not Washington by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    9. Perestroika - Nyet; "Rectification" - Si by William Gasperini, p. 11
                                    10. Pakistan by Arthur R. Kroeber, p. 12
                                    11. Daughter of Destiny' Benazir Bhutto-Her Start Belongs to Daddy, pp. 13-14
                                    12. Letter, p. 15
                                    13. Mideast by Joe Lockard, p. 16
                                    14. Proposed School Reforms Crib on Democratic Control by Lois Weiner, p. 17
                                    15. To Boldly Go Where No Ad Has Before by Tom Engelhardt, p. 18
                                    16. [+]
                                      Credibility a Casualty in the War on Drugs by George Winslow, p. 19 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. Kings of Cocaine: Inside the Medellin Cartel by Guy Gugliotta and Jeff Leen
                                      2. Warlords of Crime by Gerald L. Posner
                                    17. Fable Maker Charlie MoPic on Partol by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    18. [+]
                                      Philippine Saga Sanitized for Your Protection by John Stevenson, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. In Our Image by Stanley Karnow
                                    19. Hot August's Night by Anne Kalosh, p. 24
                                  7. [+]
                                    May 24, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Marketing the New U.S. Army Lite - Wastes Great, Less Killing by Eric Nelson, p. 2
                                    2. Proposing a New Politics for a Post-Cold War U.S. by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Poor Mexico ... So Close to Negroponte by Jessica Jiji, p. 5
                                    5. Fruits and Nuts - Rain Forest Saviors? by Mark Feinberg, p. 5
                                    6. The Death Penalty and the Illusion of Justice by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    7. Populist Jim Hightower Is Riling the Right Folks by Kevin Kelly, p. 7
                                    8. Former Bush Security Adviser Accused of Freud at the Pols by Jim Naureckas, p. 8
                                    9. Phone Workers Get Cut Off after Ma Bell Disconnects by David Moberg, p. 9
                                    10. New Caledonia Killings Upset Self-Rule Accord by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                                    11. Students and Workers Unbow to Authority by Alisa Joyce, p. 11
                                    12. Let Democrats Be Democrats;Vic Fingerhut's Cure for the Party's Identity Crisis by Miles Harvey, pp. 12-13
                                    13. Imperial Mindset Lives Despite New Moderation, p. 14
                                    14. Letter, p. 15
                                    15. How to Cure the Economy of Pentagon-Induced Gout by Rep. Ted Weiss, p. 16
                                    16. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    17. The Beauty Part by Nelson Smith, p. 18
                                    18. Director Stanley Kwan Choreographs the Always Tricky Three-China Shuffle by Patricia Thomson, p. 19
                                    19. [+]
                                      Constituting a Threat: Nixon's the One by Jay Rosen, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Observing the Nixon Years by Jonathan Schell
                                    20. Could War Be Going the Way of Slavery? by Peter Karman, pp. 21-23
                                    21. Suriname by Rosa Jordan, p. 24
                                  8. [+]
                                    June 7, 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
                                    1. Corporations Enlist in the Trade War by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. How Congress Let Spill a Different Oil Disaster by Jim McNeill, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Dead Indians Haunt American Museums by Rusty Middleton, p. 4
                                    5. The Mercenary Messiah Strikes Again by Mark Feinberg, p. 5
                                    6. Automakers' 'Teamwork' Sets Workers to Fuming by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    7. Ruth Messinger Rides Out of the West Side by Daniel Lazare, p. 7
                                    8. China's Fleeting Life as a Real People's Republic by Alisa Joyce, pp. 8-9
                                    9. Old and in the Way, the Honecker Regime Hangs on by Gordon Lewis, p. 10
                                    10. Bush Administration on Arms Control by Jim Wurst, p. 11
                                    11. NATO Allies Zero in on the Zero Option by Diana Johnstone, pp. 12-13
                                    12. Bush Becomes a Peace Advocate Despite Himself, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. It's Time to Settle the Debt by James K. Galbraith, p. 16
                                    15. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    16. Rural America by Wilbur Wood, pp. 18-19
                                    17. [+]
                                      Seriously Funny: Going the Terrible Twos One Better by Fred Little, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Terrible Threes by Ishmael Reed
                                    18. [+]
                                      Helping Keep the Spirit of Change Alive by Will Fudeman, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. A Shallow Pool of Time by Fran Peavey
                                    19. Speak Easy at the Live Poets Society by Eric Lindbom, pp. 21-23
                                    20. Mer Repeats by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                                  9. [+]
                                    June 21, 1989 Issue = 23 Articles
                                    1. Capitalism Redux, or Does It Really? by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. Sino-American Romance Drowns in Blood by Alisa Joyce, p. 3
                                    3. In Short, p. 4
                                    4. Good Time, Create Waste at McDonald's by Jim McNeill, p. 4
                                    5. Red and Green Solution to Auto Pollution by Marcus Kabel, p. 4
                                    6. Seabrook Reactions by Andrew Galarneau, p. 5
                                    7. Making the Pentagon End Its War on the Economy by Maggie Garb, p. 6
                                    8. Mayoral Candidate Giuliani Forgets to Doff Panama Hat by Daniel Lazare, p. 6
                                    9. Black Caucus Wins Influence, Visibility by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    10. Poland-Is Peronism in the Offing? by Alexander Amerisov, p. 8
                                    11. The Companies That Communists Keep by Alexander Amerisov, p. 9
                                    12. For Germans, the Soviet Question Finds Answers by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-11
                                    13. Not Wimping Out by David Moberg, pp. 12-13
                                    14. China Rulers Desperately Cling to Their Power, p. 14
                                    15. Falwell from Grace, p. 14
                                    16. Letters, p. 15
                                    17. Remembering the Ayatollah and Iran's Way of Death by Cynthia Brown Dwyer, p. 16
                                    18. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    19. [+]
                                      Bend, But Don't Break the Story: Scribes Prone to Please Prez by Susan J. Douglas, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. On Bended Knee by Mark Hertsgaard
                                    20. [+]
                                      The Fancy Footwork of Fitting Women into the Shoe Industry by Dana Frank, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Men, Women, and Work by Mary H. Blewett
                                    21. Consumers Exercise Their Options by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    22. America's Most Wanted Spurs a Rise in Television Crime by Barbara Osborn, pp. 21-23
                                    23. A Bumper Crop of Wisdom by Woody Igou, p. 24
                                3. [+]
                                  Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1989 = 8 Issues, 188 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    July 5, 1989 Issue = 23 Articles
                                    1. HUD's Crooked Little House Crashes Down by Jim Naureckas, p. 2
                                    2. An Ideological Guide to the 'Decline" Debate by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Our Man in Recife by Rich McKerrow, p. 4
                                    5. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    6. Fascism in Bedford, New York by Billy Tashman, p. 4
                                    7. Funding Alternatives by Mary Nick-Bisgaard, p. 5
                                    8. Worried Autoworkers Shy Away from New Directions by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    9. It's the Pittston for UMW Strikers by Jonathan Gill and Lisa Easterling, p. 7
                                    10. The 'Just us' System is an Offense to a Defender by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    11. Bennett's Lore on Drugs by Mike Tidwell, p. 9
                                    12. Bennett by Mike Tidwell, p. 10
                                    13. Red and White Fade to Green in EC Elections by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                                    14. Chicago's Gays and Lesbians Make Their IMPACT Political, p. 12
                                    15. The Democrats by James Weinstein, p. 13
                                    16. Court Honors the Flag Ignites a Burning Bush, p. 14
                                    17. Letters, p. 15
                                    18. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 16
                                    19. Say It Ain't So Ted!, pp. 17-18
                                    20. [+]
                                      Face Lifts on the Face of History by Jeremiah Creedon, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Mao Prints Kept, Over Objections by Vince Leo
                                    21. Comicbook Confidential, the Movie by Eric Lindbom, p. 20
                                    22. [+]
                                      Summer's Sign the Times by Jeff Reid, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. Batman (1989 Film) by Tim Burton
                                    23. Doing the Shike by Salim Muwakkil, p. 24
                                  2. [+]
                                    July 19, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. Unease Reigns in Rural China by Alisa Joyce, p. 2
                                    2. HUD Was a Cookie Jar for New York Senator Al D'Amato by Jim Naureckas, pp. 3-4
                                    3. Arizona Chainsaw Massacre by Todd Steiner, p. 5
                                    4. New York Chainsaw Massacre by Gerry Khermouch, p. 5
                                    5. Pro-Choice Advocates Girding for the Big One by Maggie Garb, p. 6
                                    6. The Abortion Battle and Political Choices by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    7. The French Greet Gorbachov with a Frappe on the Back by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                                    8. Familiarity with Arena Should Breed Contempt by Chris Norton, p. 9
                                    9. Saving the Environment from War, Waste and Want by Dick Russell, pp. 10-11
                                    10. Growing Pains by William Gasperini and David Dye, pp. 12-13
                                    11. Supreme Count Abortion Decision Opens Door to Politics, p. 14
                                    12. Likud Slams Israeli Peace Initiative into Reverse, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. The Seething Debate Beneath China's Recent Deadly Debacle by Henry Rosemont, Jr., p. 16
                                    15. China's Totalitarianism at the Service of Multinationals by Huang Mei Yuen, p. 17
                                    16. Illegal Abortion by Stephanie Brown, p. 18
                                    17. [+]
                                      Homeless Women Wander the Back Alleys of Abuse by Laura Fraser, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Songs From the Alley by Kathleen Hirsch
                                    18. [+]
                                      What's Good for Local 645 is Good for America, Too by Clancy Sigal, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Taking on General Motors by Eric Mann
                                    19. P.O.V. Documentaries are Just a Point of Departure by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    20. Giant Step for a Minimalist by Paul Gerard, p. 21
                                    21. 10 Years by William Gasperini and David Dye, pp. 22-23
                                    22. Standardized Pests by Larry Doyle, p. 24
                                  3. [+]
                                    August 2, 1989 Issue = 32 Articles
                                    1. Countering Catholic Blackout in D.C. by Vicki Kemper, p. 2
                                    2. The French Revolution's Not What It Used to Be by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Ochoa and North by Nan Elsasser and Nelson Valdes, p. 4
                                    5. Closing the Door on Death by Andrew Lam, p. 5
                                    6. This Sears Sale Item Is Not in the Catalogue by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    7. The Exclusive Democracy Dub by Doug Turetsky, p. 7
                                    8. Another State Department Disinformation Campaign? by Chris Norton, pp. 7-8
                                    9. After 28 Years of War, Ethiopians Discuss Peace by Eric Onstad, p. 9
                                    10. Poles Try to Steer the Roller Coaster by Franek Michalski, p. 10
                                    11. Poland's 'Oranges' Tend to the Sour and the Pithy by Lawrence O'Connor, p. 11
                                    12. Learning to Use Fewer Chemicals on the Farm by Rod Benson, p. 12
                                    13. Learning to Deal With Chemical Sensitivity by David Beach, p. 13
                                    14. Washington's Free Ride for Corporate Polluters at Superfund Cleanups by William K. Burke, pp. 14-15
                                    15. EPA Scandal Leaks Out in 'Dioxinville,' Ark. by Dick Russell, pp. 16-17
                                    16. The State of the Workers in the Workers' State, p. 18
                                    17. The Summer Spook Season Is Here Again, p. 18
                                    18. Letters, p. 19
                                    19. S&L Hell by David M. Kotz, p. 20
                                    20. Everybody's Business by David Kotz, pp. 20-21
                                    21. The New Homeless by Milton Moskowitz, p. 22
                                    22. Rich Law Poor Law, p. 23
                                    23. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 23
                                    24. Stone and Simons Are Gone, But It's Investigative Reporting That Is Dead by John R. MacArthur, p. 24
                                    25. Taken for a Ride by '60s Nostalgia by Felicia Kornbluh, p. 25
                                    26. [+]
                                      A Buried Body of Work Gets New Life by Marlene Nadle, p. 26 - 1 Review
                                      1. Mary Shelley: Romance and Reality by Emily W. Sunstein
                                    27. [+]
                                      Notebook by Maggie Garb, p. 26 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Temple of My Familiar by Alice Walker
                                    28. [+]
                                      De Palma's Grenade Guignol by Pat Aufderheide, p. 27 - 1 Review
                                      1. Casualties of War (1989 Film) by Brian De Palma
                                    29. Re-Regulating Sleazy Kid Stuff by Pat Aufderheide, p. 28
                                    30. The Last Temptation of the Swamp Thing by Jim Naureckas, p. 29
                                    31. High-Tech "Spin-One" by Tom Engelhardt, pp. 29-31
                                    32. See You in Court by Peter Wilson and Mary Nick-Bisgaard, p. 32
                                  4. [+]
                                    August 30, 1989 Issue = 18 Articles
                                    1. HUD versus the Huddled Masses by Jim Naureckas, p. 2
                                    2. Bush Is Failing to Rise to the New Era of Decline by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Miles Harvey, p. 4
                                    4. Association for Union Democracy Turns 20 by David Moberg, p. 4
                                    5. Mexico's New Politics by Craig Charney, p. 5
                                    6. Envisioning a New Day for the Labor Movement by David Moberg, pp. 6-7
                                    7. Zaire's Ills Call for Croesus Management by Steve Askin, p. 8
                                    8. Angola's Mixed-Ideology Regime Is Attracting Investors Disillusioned by Pervasive Corru..., pp. 9-10
                                    9. But Just How Big Is the Market for Plowshares? by Diana Johnstone, p. 11
                                    10. New York's Moral Morass by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 12-13
                                    11. Communism's Crisis Socialism's Opportunity, p. 14
                                    12. Letters, p. 15
                                    13. Michael Harrington, an American Socialist by Harold Meyerson, p. 16
                                    14. Cow Milk Not Dow Milk, p. 17
                                    15. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    16. Eternal Invasion of Privacy by Tom Engelhardt, p. 18
                                    17. [+]
                                      Colonial Currents: The Philippine Tide by James B. Goodno, pp. 19-23 - 3 Reviews
                                      1. In Our Image by Stanley Karnow
                                      2. Impossible Dream by Sandra Burton
                                      3. The Philippines by Joseph Collins
                                    18. Shootout at the Reality Factory by Doug Smith, p. 24
                                  5. [+]
                                    September 6, 1989 Issue = 23 Articles
                                    1. The Wrong Thing in Oakland and Brooklyn by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. The Drug Trade Obeys the Laws of Commerce by Daniel Lazare, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. On the Road with Richard Secord by Terry Allen, p. 4
                                    5. Evicted from Due Process by Jeffrey Hoff, p. 5
                                    6. PACing the House and Senate by Josh Weiss, p. 5
                                    7. The Monroe Art Doctrine by Katharine Greider, p. 5
                                    8. U.S. Cities Starting to Act on the International Stage by Paul Rauber, p. 6
                                    9. Hot on the Press by Gregory Flannery, p. 7
                                    10. The Democrats Keep on Drifting-Not Right, Not Left, Just Away by John B. Judis, p. 8
                                    11. U.S. Nuclear Policy Hides an Old French Connection by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    12. U.S. Demolishes a Country, Not a Cartel by Merrill Collett, p. 11
                                    13. U.S. Drug Policy in region Eradicates Itself by Diane K. Bartz, p. 12
                                    14. A Sinking Regime, a Sick Economy and the Shining Path by Gregory N. Heires, p. 13
                                    15. The Drug war is a Battle Against Symptoms, p. 14
                                    16. Letters, p. 15
                                    17. "People's" Capitalism is Here and Horrible by James Petras, p. 16
                                    18. Everybody's Business by David M. Kotz, p. 17
                                    19. [+]
                                      Growing Interest in the Earth by Charles Isenhart, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Family Farming by Marty Strange
                                    20. [+]
                                      Of Shifting Loyalties and the Family Ties That Bind by Nelson Lichtenstein, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Loyalties: A Son's Memoir by Carl Bernstein
                                    21. Public Enemies and Public Relations by Dan Booth, p. 20
                                    22. [+]
                                      What's Left Out of History? by Karen Rosenberg, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. Children of the Left by Eric Stange
                                    23. Where the Truth Lies by Patrick Z. McGavin, p. 24
                                  6. [+]
                                    September 13, 1989 Issue = 24 Articles
                                    1. Democracy is Wavering in Venezuela by Merrill Collett, p. 2
                                    2. Manic Rush of LBO Debt Threatens World Depression by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Summer in Guatemala by Rich McKerrow, p. 4
                                    5. Workplace Democracy by Mark Feinberg, p. 4
                                    6. Heaven and Helms by Fred Clarkson, p. 5
                                    7. Navajos Inherit a Legacy of Radiation by Ramona Gault, p. 6
                                    8. A Five-Year Government Study May Spill Some Answers, p. 6
                                    9. Is Jesse Running? No, He's Just Walking the Tightrope by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    10. Pilots' Project Gives Conservationists Wings by Katharine Greider, p. 8
                                    11. Defiance Alliance Provokes Police, Pressures Pretoria by Pippa Green, p. 9
                                    12. Government, Guerrillas Locked in Duet of Death by John Colmey, p. 10
                                    13. Before the Troubles a Thriving Island Nation, p. 11
                                    14. The Northwest's Chainsaw Massacre by Robert Schaeffer, p. 12
                                    15. Vast Pacific Woodlands Are Being Clear Cut, and No One Can See the Forest for the Fees. by Robert Schaeffer, p. 13
                                    16. Prisons Jails and Prosecutors Won't Solve Drug Crisis, p. 14
                                    17. Letters, p. 15
                                    18. Campus Serfs Fight for Recognition as Workers by Paul Selvin, p. 16
                                    19. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    20. [+]
                                      Revolution: Lost and Found by Steven Hahn, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Reconstruction by Eric Foner
                                    21. [+]
                                      Tuning in Truth Amid Pragmatic Static by William E. Cain, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. The American Evasion of Philosophy by Cornel West
                                    22. Tubular Hells by Susan J. Douglas, p. 20
                                    23. Television Violence, Con and Con by Adam Starchild, pp. 21-23
                                    24. From Rustville to Tinseltown by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24
                                  7. [+]
                                    September 20, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. Workers, Students Teach Duke a Lesson by Tim Tyson, p. 2
                                    2. U.S.-Funded Research Becomes Foreign Affair by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Drug War Victims by Todd Steiner, p. 4
                                    5. City of Brotherly Love? by Brian A. Kane, p. 5
                                    6. A Red-Green Coalition Aims at Ithaca's City Hall by David Lindorff, p. 6
                                    7. Is Good-Guy Dinkins Ready to Koch Hell? by Daniel Lazare, p. 7
                                    8. Young and Restless is Motor City's Message by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    9. Cabinet's Painful Task by Franek Michalski, p. 9
                                    10. Will U.S. Stinginess Force Poles into Grim Romanian-'Belt-Tightening"?, p. 9
                                    11. Attempt to Escape the Tourist Trap Finds More Than the Western Mode! by Diana Johnstone, pp. 10-13
                                    12. Let's End the Media and Politicians' Cruel Crusade against Drugs, p. 14
                                    13. Even the Military Now Concedes the Myth of of the Soviet Menace, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. Soviet 'Give' Is Being Met By American 'Take' by James Petras, p. 16
                                    16. Case for Fetal Personhood a Dubious Conception by Michael Bettencourt, p. 17
                                    17. [+]
                                      Between Promotion and Emotion by Peter Friederici, p. 18 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. Documenting America, 1935-1943 by Carl Fleischhauer, Beverly W. Brannan, and Lawrence W. Levine, ...
                                      2. Chicago and Downstate by Robert L. Reid and Larry A. Viskochil
                                    18. [+]
                                      C.L.R. James: A One-Man Gang by Eric Lott, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. C.L.R. James: The Artist as Revolutionary by Paul Buhle
                                    19. Notebook by David Moberg, p. 20
                                    20. Game Effort in Chimerical Coups by Jim Naureckas, p. 21
                                    21. Painter Pindell Discovers That More Than the Gallery Walls Are All-White by Mark Feinberg, pp. 21-23
                                    22. World run down by Jeff Salamon, p. 24
                                  8. [+]
                                    September 27, 1989 Issue = 24 Articles
                                    1. The Fire Last Time at Yellowstone Heats the 'Nature' Debate by David Moberg, p. 2
                                    2. Guatemalans Face Up to Terror's Rising Tide by Kevin Robinson, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. The Way It WOz and Iz by Peter Dreier, p. 4
                                    5. Chile: On the Road to Death-Squad Democracy by James Petras, p. 4
                                    6. Machine Broken in New Haven by Paul Bass, p. 5
                                    7. If You Can't Beat'Em, Buy'Em, Say UAL Pilots by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    8. Drugs as a Life (Style) and Death Issue by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    9. Young East Germans Vote with Their Reeboks by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                                    10. Signs of Hope Glimmer Amid Lethal Repression by Pippa Green, pp. 9-10
                                    11. Quebec's Anglophones Ringing Mad by Lawrence Kootnikoff, p. 11
                                    12. Hard Times Help 'Fascist" Escape from the Fringe by Lawrence O'Connor, p. 11
                                    13. Rock in a Hard Place by Boris Grebenshchikov, pp. 12-13
                                    14. Capital Gains Tax is a Democratic Party Test, p. 14
                                    15. If You Think Crack is Bad Try a Puff of Ice, p. 14
                                    16. Letters, p. 15
                                    17. The Market for Socialism Stays Strong in the New Poland by John Feffer, p. 16
                                    18. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    19. [+]
                                      Reagan Rubble: Debt Valley Days by Thomas Karier, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Debt and the Deficit by Robert Heilbroner and Peter Bernstein
                                    20. [+]
                                      Hours Not to Reason Why Hours Just to Work and Die, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Our Own Time by David R. Roediger and Philip S. Foner
                                    21. Gil's Government Groove by J. Poet, p. 20
                                    22. Single Going Steady by Jeff Pike, p. 20
                                    23. Filmmaker Euzhan Palcy Compromises without Losing Her Soul by P.A., pp. 21-23
                                    24. [+]
                                      The Eroding Middle Ground by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. A Dry White Season (1989 Film) by Euzhan Palcy
                                      2. Romero (1989 Film) by John Duigan
                                4. [+]
                                  Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1989 = 11 Issues, 226 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    October 4, 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
                                    1. Brutality against Blacks by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. Nicaragua Vote Aims at Reconciliation, Economic Aid by David R. Dye, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. White Flight to Vegemite by Peter Monaghan, p. 4
                                    5. Security Leaks and Loyalist Killings by Laura Flanders, p. 5
                                    6. Wisconsin's Walleye War by David Collins, p. 6
                                    7. From Warriors to Warhorses-AIM Looks Back on Two Decades by Monika Bauerlein, p. 6
                                    8. High-Chem Farming Is Getting Back to Earth by David Moberg, p. 7
                                    9. Instability Still Reigns a Year after Haitian Coup by Kathie Klarreich, p. 8
                                    10. French and Italian Communists Shed Ideology But Not Illusions by Diana Johnstone, p. 9
                                    11. Nixon: Up from Knavery by John B. Judis, pp. 10-13
                                    12. As Vietnam Withdraws from Cambodia the U.S. Should Follow Suit, p. 14
                                    13. Letter, p. 15
                                    14. U.S. Austerity Demand Imperils East Europe's Democratization by Joanne Landy, p. 16
                                    15. The Supreme Court Is Wrong for Being So Right by Harry Brill, p. 17
                                    16. Brooklyn Carnival Bridges a World of Cultural Chasms by Tim Wall, p. 18
                                    17. James Talley Walks A Country Mile to Strum up a Little Success by J. Poet, p. 19
                                    18. [+]
                                      The Risks of Battling Fascism on Two Fronts by Victor Margolin, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Antifascism in American Art by Cecile Whiting
                                    19. [+]
                                      German Cinema: Between State of the Art and Art of the State by Karen Rosenberg, pp. 21-23 - 3 Reviews
                                      1. New German Cinema by Thomas Elsaesser
                                      2. Case Histories by Alexander Kluge and Leila Vennewitz
                                      3. West German Filmmakers on Film by Eric Rentschler
                                    20. [+]
                                      Weak in Review by Ed Rifferey, Jr., p. 24 - 1 Review
                                      1. Nessitivity by Arthur Kunst
                                  2. [+]
                                    October 11, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Fukuyama by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. U.S., Soviets Push for Chemical Arms Curbs by Jim Wurst, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Bad-Mouthing Mother Russia's Tongue by Hubert Devonish and Nan Elsasser, p. 4
                                    5. Colombia Takes Hit as Coffee Prices Plunge by Diane K. Bartz, p. 5
                                    6. Blacks Call for Reparations to Break Shackles of the Past by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    7. Chicago Pushes Reform to Grass Roots by David Moberg, p. 7
                                    8. Protective Instincts at the EPA by Jim McNeill, p. 8
                                    9. William Ruckelshaus a.k.a. Cool Hand Lucre, p. 8
                                    10. Quid Pro Quotidian, pp. 9-10
                                    11. Mexico's 'Modernization' Ignites Old-Fashioned Rage by David Brooks, p. 11
                                    12. An Imperfect Unit Three Views of the Intifada by Dion Nissenbaum, p. 12
                                    13. Will the Nicaraguan Elections Be a Rerun of Contragate?, p. 13
                                    14. Now That It's Out in Open the Underlying Principles Should Be Debated, pp. 13-14
                                    15. Letters, p. 15
                                    16. Israelis, U.S. Threaten to Squander a Promising Plan by Hillel Schenker, p. 16
                                    17. Hurricanes of Change by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    18. [+]
                                      Flinty Michael Moore Hits It Big on the Festival Circuit by Patrick Z. McGavin, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Roger and Me (1989 Film) by Michael Moore
                                    19. Toronto Festival's Whirlwind World Tour by Patrick Z. McGavin, p. 19
                                    20. New Releases by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    21. [+]
                                      Adjusting the Fun House Mirror by Martha Buskirk, pp. 21-24 - 1 Review
                                      1. Recasting America by Lary May
                                  3. [+]
                                    October 18, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Nobel Bares China's Tibetan Repression by William Gasperini, p. 2
                                    2. Slurs Fly in Right's Uncivil War by John B. Judis, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Return of the Repressed Traditionalists by Josh Weiss, p. 4
                                    5. Robert Mugabe by Steve Askin, p. 5
                                    6. Canada's NDP, of Two Minds on Two Tongues by Lawrence Kootnikoff, p. 5
                                    7. Marchers Demonstrate Depth of Housing Crisis by Doug Turetsky, p. 6
                                    8. New York's Massive Outlay Just a Drop in Bucket, p. 7
                                    9. Black Politicians Seek Broader Base By Dropping Confrontational Style by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    10. Nuisance Case Grows into Constitutional Fight by Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, p. 9
                                    11. Legislators Wrestle with Liability for Big Oil Spills by James M. Haddad, pp. 9-10
                                    12. Can Democrat Win Race without Vow to Veto Tax? by Paul Bass, pp. 11-13
                                    13. Cautious Coup Makers Create Dead Giveaway in Panama, p. 14
                                    14. It isn't Class Warfare-It's the Wimp Factor, p. 14
                                    15. Letters, p. 15
                                    16. Conservative Think Tank Clouds Stanford Reputation by John F. Manley, p. 16
                                    17. Pandering to Popular Fear Won't Stop Crime by Tony Bouza, p. 17
                                    18. Japanese Currents by Fred Little, p. 18
                                    19. [+]
                                      Organizing with Intensive Care by David Moberg, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Upheaval in the Quiet Zone by Leon Fink and Brian Greenberg
                                    20. [+]
                                      That Cannes Can of Worms: Sex, Lies and the Right Thing by Jeremiah Creedon, pp. 20-23 - 2 Reviews
                                      1. Do the Right Thing (1989 Film) by Spike Lee
                                      2. Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989 Film) by Steven Soderbergh
                                    21. Moving Tales by Beth Spence, p. 24
                                  4. [+]
                                    October 25, 1989 Issue = 21 Articles
                                    1. Capital Gains Tax Break by David Moberg, p. 2
                                    2. Market Plunge a Blue-Chip Indicator of Economy's Debt-Driven Decline by Kevin Kelly, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Union Maids Work Brazil's Bordellos by Ken Silverstein, p. 4
                                    5. Between a Rock and India-the Nepalese Squeeze by Dan Pruzin, p. 5
                                    6. Black, Animals and Homosexuals Discussed at Orange County Conference by Timothy Stirton, p. 5
                                    7. Ecoguerrillas Hurl Monkeywrench into Deforesters' Clear-Cut Plans by Don Lipmanson, pp. 6-7
                                    8. Racist Rebound in Daley's Chicago Spurs Blacks to Heal Political Split by Salim Muwakkil, p. 8
                                    9. Virginia Gets Change to Exhibit True Colors by John B. Judis, p. 9
                                    10. Coup Threat Forces Menem to Clean Slate on 'Dirty War' by Donald N. Unger, p. 10
                                    11. Sending in Army Could Drag U.S. into Morass by Jo Ann Kawell, pp. 11-13
                                    12. Bush Proposes Poisoning International Atmosphere, p. 14
                                    13. Letters, p. 15
                                    14. Free-Market Vampires Deserve Stake from Society by Steve Brouwer, p. 16
                                    15. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    16. [+]
                                      Traveling Light in the U.S. Heartland by Mab Segrest, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. In Search of Gay America by Neil Miller
                                    17. [+]
                                      To Canterbury in the Trenches by James North, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. To Asmara by Thomas Keneally
                                    18. [+]
                                      This Underground Nocturnal Civilization Has Developed Extensive by Fred Little, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Mingus/Mingus by Janet Coleman, Al Young, and Mingus
                                    19. Mancotal's Agit-Pop Nica-Folk Fusion by J. Poet, p. 20
                                    20. Deck of All Knaves by Jeff Reid, pp. 21-23
                                    21. What's up, Docudrama? Middle-Blow Entertainment Collides with Instant History by Richard Mahler, p. 24
                                  5. [+]
                                    November 1, 1989 Issue = 15 Articles
                                    1. E. German Leaders Caught between Reform and Reaction by Gordon Lewis, p. 2
                                    2. World Upsets Soviets and U.S. in Big Tussle by Peter Karman, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Diabolic Dominion by Rich McKerrow, p. 4
                                    5. Coming of Age in the '80s by Andrew Galarneau, p. 5
                                    6. Increased Polarization by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    7. K Street's Rise to Power of Special Interest to U.S. by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    8. Short-Term View Yields Grave Social Deficits by David Moberg, p. 8
                                    9. Market-Driven and User-Friendly by Kevin Kelly, pp. 9-10
                                    10. Kid Stuff by Tom Engelhardt, pp. 11-13
                                    11. A New Historical Age for Hungary and the World, p. 14
                                    12. Letter, p. 15
                                    13. Backing into the Future by Jeff Reid, pp. 16-17
                                    14. Annual Reports by Jeremiah Creedon, pp. 18-19
                                    15. Cultural Death by Consumption by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-36
                                  6. [+]
                                    November 8, 1989 Issue = 19 Articles
                                    1. Gangs Harvest Education's Failures by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. Nicaraguan Contra War Never Really Stopped by William Gasperini, pp. 3-5
                                    3. Great Lakes Prognosis Critical But Guarded by David Beach, p. 6
                                    4. U.S. Firms Go for Global Profits by John B. Judis, p. 7
                                    5. Refugees Reviled in West after Ostracism by East by Gordon Lewis, p. 8
                                    6. Western Developmental Overdose Makes Africa Chemically Dependent by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    7. Upstairs at the Bombing by Chris Norton, p. 11
                                    8. U.S. Aid to Philoppines by James B. Goodno, p. 11
                                    9. No News Is Bad News by Katharine Greider, pp. 12-13
                                    10. Inadvertent' Assassinations Get Congressional OK, p. 14
                                    11. Letter, p. 15
                                    12. China's Woes Caused by Longtime Policy by Lee Tien Wong, p. 16
                                    13. Flags Labia Fax, p. 17
                                    14. [+]
                                      Pleasures of the Long and Winding Shaw by Jeremiah Creedon, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Bernard Shaw, Vol II by Michael Holroyd
                                    15. [+]
                                      A Fan's Notes on A Few New Frontiers by Jeremiah Creedon, p. 18 - 3 Reviews
                                      1. The Year's Best Science Fiction, Sixth Annual Collection by Gardner Dozois
                                      2. The Year's Best Fantasy by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
                                      3. The World Treasury of Science Fiction by David G. Hartwell
                                    16. [+]
                                      Mackinnon Moves toward a Solid State Theory of Feminism by Julia Bogardus, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Toward a Feminist Theory of the State by Catharine A. MacKinnon
                                    17. Ad Nauseam by Richard Mahler, p. 20
                                    18. Marsalis by Dean Robbins, pp. 21-23
                                    19. Postage by Tom Engelhardt, p. 24
                                  7. [+]
                                    November 15, 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
                                    1. Eastern Upheaval Puts Hard Spin on West Germany's Coalition Politics by Diana Johnstone, p. 2
                                    2. CIA Pushes for Ambiguities in 'Accidental' Killing Law by Jim Naureckas, p. 3
                                    3. In Short, p. 4
                                    4. Blood Money by David Bates, p. 4
                                    5. The Reluctant Candidate by Marcelo Montecino, p. 5
                                    6. New Right's Issues Boomerang on GOP by John B. Judis, p. 6
                                    7. Treacherous Footing Ahead as Dinkins Takes New York by Michael Powell, p. 7
                                    8. Gritty Strikers Chip Away at Pittston Intransigence by David Moberg, p. 8
                                    9. Rigorous Planning Assures Plant Takeover's Success by D.M., p. 9
                                    10. Left Coalition Prepares for Elections by Paul Little, pp. 10-11
                                    11. CRAC: The Genetic Code by Ray Walsh, pp. 12-13
                                    12. It Isn't Class Warfare Just Class Welfare, p. 14
                                    13. Letter, p. 15
                                    14. Drug-War Rhetoric Conceals Cartels' Capital Ties by James Petras, p. 16
                                    15. Economist's 'Miracle Cure' Spells Illness for Poland by James Petras, p. 17
                                    16. No U.S. Aid for ARENA's Despotic Agenda by Eva Gold and David Rudovsky, p. 17
                                    17. [+]
                                      Harrington's Good Fight for an American Socialism by David Moberg, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Socialism by Michael Harrington
                                    18. [+]
                                      The International Affront: Christian Right and Wrongs by Eric Nelson, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Spiritual Warfare by Sara Diamond
                                    19. Situationists' Spectacular Work Markes Paradoxical Museum Fare by Martha Buskirk, pp. 20-23
                                    20. Higher Education Gets Back to Basics., p. 24
                                  8. [+]
                                    November 22, 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
                                    1. Blacks, Liberals Split on Criticizing Israel by Salim Muwakkil, p. 2
                                    2. Dems' National Forum Pits Platitudes against Policy, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Protecting the Rain Forest through Tribal Solidarity by David Steinhardt, pp. 4-5
                                    5. The Night of Jubilation When East Met West by Gordon Lewis, pp. 6-7
                                    6. What Blocks Reunification Now That the Wall Is Gone? by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                                    7. East Europe's Metamorphosis Will Reshape U.S. Politics by David Moberg, p. 9
                                    8. Khmer Rouge's Return Sows Dread in Provinces by Larry Jagan, pp. 10-11
                                    9. Protective Instincts at the EPA Part II Keeping Polly Coveced by Jim Naureckas, pp. 12-13
                                    10. Debate Over Socialism's Future Has Only Begun, p. 14
                                    11. Letter, p. 15
                                    12. Left Must Remain Critical in Germany and Elsewhere by Diana Johnstone, p. 16
                                    13. Left's Hallmark Cynicism Muddles German Question by Gordon Lewis, p. 16
                                    14. Free Speech and Official Offal by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    15. [+]
                                      Middle Class Stalls in Middle of Road by James North, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Fear of Falling by Barbara Ehrenreich
                                    16. [+]
                                      The End of Nature Not the Last Word by Jeremiah Creedon, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. The End of Nature by Bill McKibben
                                    17. [+]
                                      The Growing Perils of the Middle Way by Karen Rosenberg, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. Revolutionary Dreams by Richard Stites
                                    18. [+]
                                      Jesus of Montreal: Passion Play Works Many Levels by Lawrence Kootnikoff, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Jesus of Montreal (1989 Film) by Denys Arcand
                                    19. [+]
                                      Sects, Lies and Underlying Logic by John Feffer, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. Zerograd by Karen Chakhnazarv
                                    20. Unloading Zone by Diane Payne, p. 24
                                  9. [+]
                                    December 6, 1989 Issue = 22 Articles
                                    1. Bush Unplugging High-Technology by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. Perestroika's Cauldron on Verge of Boiling over by Diana Johnstone, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Anti-Racist Skinheads Fight Back by Timothy Stirton, p. 4
                                    5. Possession of Watering Equipment with Intent to Germinate by Matthew Reiss, p. 5
                                    6. Strikers' Creative Tactics Overcome Anti-Union Odds by David Moberg, p. 6
                                    7. Black Moderates' Wins Inspire Jesse-Bashers by Salim Muwakkil, p. 7
                                    8. Can Colombia Bargain with Cocaine Kingpins? by Ken Dermota, p. 8
                                    9. U.S. Self-Delusion Exacts Brutal Price on Salvador by Chris Norton, p. 9
                                    10. Herrhausen's Car Bomb Killing Rocks German Reunification Issue by Diana Johnstone, p. 10
                                    11. Privation, Terror on Rise as Ceausescu Tightens Grip by Paul Hockenos, p. 11
                                    12. U.S. Health Care in Need of Transfusion by Stephanie Wasserman, p. 12
                                    13. A Dose of American Ingenuity by Michael Gray, p. 13
                                    14. Bush Administration Is Desperately Caught up in Its Own Old Thinking, p. 14
                                    15. A Lone Voice of Sanity in a Sea of Dissemblers, p. 14
                                    16. Letters, p. 15
                                    17. War for Your Money by Mike Layton, p. 16
                                    18. Democratic Socialists Look Ahead by James Weinstein, p. 17
                                    19. Novick and the Freiheit by Lawrence Bush, pp. 18-19
                                    20. [+]
                                      Crossover Success: Border Wars of the Underprepared by Constance Coiner and David Bartine, p. 20 - 1 Review
                                      1. Lives on the Boundary by Mike Rose
                                    21. [+]
                                      Saul Alinsky: The Radical Rebel without a Pause by Jonathan Silvers, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. Let Them Call Me Rebel by Sanford D. Horwitt
                                    22. [+]
                                      Silent Treatment by Pat Aufderheide, p. 24 - 1 Review
                                      1. Sidewalk Stories (1989 Film) by Charles Lane#2
                                  10. [+]
                                    December 13, 1989 Issue = 24 Articles
                                    1. Bootleg Japanese Book Boffo on Beltway by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. Peace Dividend' Battle Just Starting to Brew by David Moberg, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. University of Wisconsin May Dishonorably Discharge ROTC by Michael Leon, p. 5
                                    5. A Nuclear Disaster That Wasn't by Kevin O'Donnell, p. 5
                                    6. Do Muslims' Accomplishments Excuse Their Racist Rhetoric? by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    7. Hungarian Plebiscite Opens Field for Elections by Paul Hockenos, p. 7
                                    8. Leader Inspires Malaise by David R. Dye, p. 8
                                    9. Canada's New Democrats Pass the Torch to a Woman by Doug Smith, p. 8
                                    10. Superpowers Say Goodbye to Era of East-West Tension by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10
                                    11. Africa's Last Colony Takes Sovereign Strides by Eric Gravley, p. 11
                                    12. Stagnant Politics, Dirty Air by Stan Luger, p. 12
                                    13. Auto Industry's 'Initiatives' Dismantled Public Transportation, p. 13
                                    14. Communism's Collapse Is Not Necessarily Capitalism's Triumph, p. 14
                                    15. Letters, p. 15
                                    16. Crowe Takes on the Super-Hawk by James Petras, p. 16
                                    17. U.S. Historical Amnesia at End of the Cold War by Richard B. Du Boff, p. 17
                                    18. M.I.T. Exhibit Goes beyond Just Throwing Art at Problems by Nan Levinson, p. 18
                                    19. Drawing Power from the Art of the State by Jeremiah Creedon, p. 19
                                    20. Mediabeat by Pat Aufderheide, p. 20
                                    21. [+]
                                      Hitting Hard at the Point of Attack by David Jacobson, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Hundred Yard Lie by Rick Telander
                                    22. [+]
                                      Review You Can Do Something about AIDS, by Sasha Alyson by Ray Walsh, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. You Can Do Something about AIDS by Sasha Alyson
                                    23. [+]
                                      Review War at Home, by Brian Glick by Jeff Reid, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. War at Home by Brian Glick
                                    24. What's in a Game? by Murray L. Bob, p. 24
                                  11. [+]
                                    December 20, 1989 Issue = 23 Articles
                                    1. Peaks and Valleys of a Turbulent Year by John B. Judis, p. 2
                                    2. Will Thaw Put START Over Political Hump? by Alan Gilchrist and Louise Halper, p. 3
                                    3. In Short by Joel Bleifuss, p. 4
                                    4. Gulag for Drug Users by Matthew Reiss, p. 4
                                    5. Bush Administration Has Its Spies on CISPES by Dave Lindorff, p. 5
                                    6. U.S. Ambassador Tries to Discredit Salvadoran Witness in Jesuit Murders by Chris Norton, p. 5
                                    7. Men Not the Only Victims of Problems Vexing Blacks by Salim Muwakkil, p. 6
                                    8. Electric Companies See Utility of Blackmail by David Moberg, p. 7
                                    9. German and World Leaders Grapple with Reunification by Diana Johnstone, p. 8
                                    10. Passing the Buck - Or Passing the Deutshmark by D.J., pp. 9-10
                                    11. The Party's Over for Corrupt Old Guard, p. 11
                                    12. See How They Run by Julia Gilden, pp. 12-13
                                    13. The '80s Have Prepared the Way for a New Left Politics in the '90s, p. 14
                                    14. Letters, p. 15
                                    15. Nun's Torture in Guatemala Shows Spiraling Violence by Patti McShery, p. 16
                                    16. How I Spent My Thanksgiving Vacation, p. 17
                                    17. Ashes & Diamonds by Alexander Cockburn, p. 17
                                    18. [+]
                                      Ugly American Policy and the Myth of 'Magic Man' Lansdale by John Stevenson, p. 18 - 1 Review
                                      1. Edward Lansdale: The Unquiet American by Cecil B. Currey
                                    19. [+]
                                      A Tale of Ends and Means in the House That Wright Built by Jonathan Silvers, p. 19 - 1 Review
                                      1. The Ambition and the Power by John M. Barry
                                    20. O'Donoghue's Edgy Humor Is Edged Out of the Mainstream by Dennis Perrin, p. 20
                                    21. [+]
                                      Desperately Shrieking and Losin' by Pat Aufderheide, p. 21 - 1 Review
                                      1. She-Devil (1989 Film) by Susan Seidelman
                                    22. [+]
                                      A Country Punk with Attitude, Honesty by Mark G. Judge, pp. 21-23 - 1 Review
                                      1. No Holding Back by Randy Travis
                                    23. Unsound Loftes by Pete Karman, p. 24
                            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