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March 5, 1980
The Inside Story
Byrne Battles Union to Preserve Clout
by David Moberg, p. 2 -
In These Times
by John Judis, pp. 3-4 -
Court Reinstates Abortion Funding
by Joanna Foley, p. 5 -
New Coalitions Formed to Fight Utility Shutoffs
by John Cameron and George Wood, p. 5 -
The University Is Not a Factory
by David Sprintzen, p. 6 -
Breton Village Resists Nuclear Plant
by Diana Johnstone, p. 7 -
New Currency Takes Israel by Surprise
by David Mandel, p. 7 -
Tito Leaves a Strong Legacy
by Bogdan Denitch, p. 8 -
by Christine Dugas, p. 9 -
Civil War Looms in El Salvador
Opposition Groups Declare Joint Action
by Jose-Manuel Navarro, p. 9 -
, p. 10 -
Lessons from the History of Women at Work
by Louise Tilly, p. 11 -
, p. 12 -
Art & Entertainment
"This Program Was Not Made Possible..."
by Pat Aufderheide, p. 13 -
by Lester Rodney, pp. 14-15 -
Let's Not Boycott the Spirit of Peace
by Eric Leif Davin, p. 16 -
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