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In These Times
, October 7, 1981 Issue
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October 7, 1981
The Inside Story
Reagan May Have to Back Off on Gas Price Decontrol
by David Moberg, p. 2 -
In These Times
Can We Bring Back the Golden Age?
by John Judis, p. 3 -
by Josh Kornbluth, p. 4 -
Lunch Didn't Go Down Well
by Marcelo Rodriguez, p. 4 -
A New Tactic-Decapitation
by David Helvarg, p. 4 -
A County May Be Dumped on
by Melanie Scaduto, p. 5 -
Public Citizen Faces the '80s
by Richard Kazis, p. 5 -
by Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., p. 5 -
Thoughts on Food
In the Nation
Squatters Protest Housing Programs in Three U.S. Cities
by Jeanie Wylie, p. 6 -
In the World
The Divided City
by Tom Sutton, pp. 7-8 -
Squatters and Cops Face Off in Berlin
Never Mind, They Don't Work
by Alexander Cockburn, p. 9 -
Belize, New Player in a Troubled Region
by David Helvarg, p. 10 -
by David Mandel, p. 10 -
Cynicism Greets West Bank Reforms
by Mervyn Jones, p. 11 -
Close Vote Highlights Labour Party Rift
Take This Mop and Shove It
by Ronni Scheier, pp. 12-13 -
In These Times
, p. 14 -
A Fake Crisis
, p. 15 -
by Andrzej Tymowski, p. 16 -
Can the Court Simply Enforce Law?
by John Denvir, p. 17 -
Lessons of the Bomb
by Robert M. Nelson, p. 18 -
Art & Entertainment
The Kids Show Us the View from the Projects
by Pat Aufderheide, p. 19 -
by P.A., p. 19 -
Pesticides and Pills: For Export Only, by Robert Richter
Pesticides and Pills: For Export Only
by Robert Richter
The Germans Invest in Cultural Controversy
by Michael Gallantz, pp. 20-23 -
Sugar, Everywhere and Lots and Lots to Drink
by Greg Moyer and Mark Mayell, p. 24 -
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