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, pp. 4-5 -
Fears of War, Programs for Peace
by John Steinbruner, pp. 6-10 -
Are the New Economic Models the Answer?
by Martin Neil Baily, pp. 11-14 -
The Pipeline Connection: Issues for the Alliance
by Ed. A. Hewett, pp. 15-20 -
Interview: A. Doak Barnett
, pp. 21-23 -
Tough Times for Pension Plans
, p. 24 -
An American Dilemma: The Military Racial Mix
, pp. 25-26 -
What's Ahead for the Cities?
, pp. 27-28 -
, pp. 29-30 -
Looking Back, Looking Forward
by Bruce K. MacLaury, pp. 31-32 -
, pp. 4-5 -
The Reagan Coalition
by A. James Reichley, pp. 6-9 -
Energy Security and the Common Interest
by Edward R. Fried, pp. 10-13 -
Small Business--How Many Jobs?
by Catherine Armington and Marjorie Odle, pp. 14-17 -
The Interferon Dilemma: Secrecy V. Open Exchange
by Sandra Panem, pp. 18-22 -
How to Reduce the Risk of Surprise Attack
, p. 23 -
Sanctions and a Poland Policy
, p. 24 -
Assessing Social Security Effects
, p. 25 -
The Baby Boom: Another View
, pp. 26-27 -
America, Asean, and the Japanese Challenge
, p. 28 -
Workers, Jobs, and Inflation
, p. 29 -
, pp. 30-36 -
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