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January 9, 1980
The Inside Story
The Right Wins the Seventies
by John Judis, p. 2 -
In These Times
An Arms Budget for Cold War II
by Robert Degrasse, p. 3 -
The Boston Battle for Campus Rights
by Connie Paige, p. 4 -
New Unity for Miners
by David Molpus, p. 4 -
Europe in the '70S
by Diana Johnstone, p. 5 -
Portuguese Defeat Typifies Left Decline
Italy: Kickback Scandal Threatens Direct Oil Purchases
by D.J., p. 6 -
Carter Joins OPEC/Oil Company Cartel
by Alexander Cockburn and James Ridgeway, p. 7 -
by Diana Johnstone, p. 8 -
Sihanouk Seeks U.S. Support
by Joanna Foley, p. 9 -
, p. 10 -
Has ITT Overlooked the Politics of Abortion?
by Kate Ellis, p. 11 -
Left Is Active But Feckless at Health Care Convention
by Patrick Lacefield, p. 12 -
Art & Entertainment
Best of the Decade
by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 -
Women - Work May Be Hazardous to Our Health
by Mike Berkowitz, p. 14 -
by Al Auster, p. 15 -
by Paul Krassner, p. 15 -
Zone of the Exterior
by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, p. 16 -
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