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November 15, 1976
So the Carter Era Begins ...
, p. 2 -
Jamaica Election Violence Laid to U.S.
by Saul Landau, p. 3 -
UAW Contract Gives No Cause for Cheering
by David Moberg, p. 3 -
In the Nation
Close for Carter, Not for Congress
, p. 4 -
Labor Went All Out
, p. 4 -
Blacks Decisive, North and South
by Bonne Nesbitt, p. 4 -
Puerto Rican Vote Not Necessarily for Statehood
by Judy MacLean, p. 4 -
by Dan Marschall, p. 5 -
The Battle of the Bottles
by D.M., p. 5 -
We Stole It Fair and Square'
by John Judis, p. 5 -
Farmworkers Lose - The Fight Goes on
, p. 5 -
East Bay Left Comes Back to Life
by J.J., p. 6 -
If Democracy Means Anything'
, p. 6 -
Union Organizer Faces Bomb Charge
by Steve Turner, p. 7 -
Entrapment Comes Back
by S.T., p. 7 -
Right Builds Money Base
by Judy MacLean, p. 8 -
Immigration Door Swings Closed
by Washington Bureau, p. 8 -
In the World
by T.D. Allman, p. 9 -
A New Reality, a New Consensus
U.N. Assembly Votes to Embargo South Africa
by Banning Garrett, p. 9 -
Soviets Adopt 5-Year Plan - Heavy Industry Still Rules
by Louis Menashe, p. 10 -
China's Contradictions Home to Roost
by Nancy Dall Milton and David Milton, p. 11 -
$20 Million in Green Garbage Bags
by Robert Friedman, pp. 12-14 -
Life in the U.S.
You Must Be a Pinko Breaker
by Steve Chapple, p. 15 -
What a Life Working Woman Leads - Or So It Says
by Judy MacLean, p. 15 -
Cab Companies Use Leasing to Boost Profits
by David Moberg, p. 16 -
Left' Party Crashes TV
, p. 16 -
Art & Entertainment
by Albert Maltz, p. 17 -
A Winner for a Change
Maltz: The Real Thing
by A.M., p. 17 -
Alex and the Gypsy Never Get It Together
by Janet Stevenson, p. 17 -
Holmes and Freud Are Stylish Fun
by Mavis Lyons, p. 18 -
Commitment to Inequality
by Arthur Zilversmit, p. 18 -
Racial Equality in America, by John Hope Franklin
Racial Equality in America
by John Hope Franklin
A New Kind of People's History
by Jane Melnick and Torie Osborn, p. 19 -
Real Life: Louisville in the Twenties, by Michael Lesy
Real Life: Louisville in the Twenties
by Michael Lesy
From Creation to Winning the West
by Alan Cheuse, p. 19 -
Centennial, by James A. Michener
by James A. Michener
Cranberry Island' Life-Valuing Continues
by Millen Brand, p. 19 -
Book of the Cranberry Islands, by Richard Grossinger
Book of the Cranberry Islands
by Richard Grossinger
by Joel Parker#2, p. 20 -
Don't Miss Her
Average White Band
by Steve Chapple, p. 21 -
'Outrageously Black, Outrageously Good'
Which Way Carter?
by Alan Wolfe, p. 22 -
, pp. 22-23 -
In These Times
A Job Whose Time Has Come
, p. 24 -
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