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  1. [+] Issues of the 1970s
    = 4 Years, 150 Issues, 4,053 Articles
    1. [–] Issues of the 1980s
      = 10 Years, 324 Issues, 6,174 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1980
        = 37 Issues, 684 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1981
          = 40 Issues, 759 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1982
            = 33 Issues, 631 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of 1983
              = 28 Issues, 533 Articles
              1. [+] Issues of 1984
                = 41 Issues, 687 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of 1985
                  = 39 Issues, 645 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1986
                    = 11 Issues, 205 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1987
                      = 28 Issues, 590 Articles
                      1. [–] Issues of 1988
                        = 29 Issues, 612 Articles
                        1. [–] Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1988
                          = 9 Issues, 193 Articles
                          1. [+] January 13, 1988 Issue
                            = 21 Articles
                            1. [+] January 20, 1988 Issue
                              = 22 Articles
                              1. [+] January 27, 1988 Issue
                                = 21 Articles
                                1. [–] February 10, 1988 Issue
                                  = 22 Articles
                                  1. The Prying Ghost of J. Edgar Hoover by John B. Judis, p. 2 - PDF
                                  2. Will the Real George Bush Please Fess up? by Jeff Nason and Malcolm Byrne, p. 3 - PDF
                                  3. In Short by Jim Naureckas, p. 4 - PDF
                                  4. Safe Sex Is No Sex on New York TV by Nat Moss, p. 4 - PDF
                                  5. Suspicious Neighbors? Call 1-800-Call-Spy by Ken Silverstein, p. 4 - PDF
                                  6. Washington Supporters Target Defectors for Defeat by Marcia Nickow, p. 5 - PDF
                                  7. Babbitt Makes Pitch for Workplace-Democracy by David Moberg, p. 6 - PDF
                                  8. World Bank and IMF to Encourage Debt-For-Conservation Swaps by Brian Jacobs, p. 7 - PDF
                                  9. Koch Can't Boast Away NYC Homeless Shelter Shortfalls by Doug Turetsky, p. 8 - PDF
                                  10. Latest Fashion Is Mitterrand-Mania by Diana Johnstone, pp. 9-10 - PDF
                                  11. Boesak on the South African Tempest by Gregory Goldin, p. 11 - PDF
                                  12. New Corporate Strategy on South Africa by Matt Witt, pp. 12-13 - PDF
                                  13. A Less than Principled Victory for Democracy, p. 14 - PDF
                                  14. Folly of Grandstanding over the AIDS Epidemic, p. 14 - PDF
                                  15. Letters, p. 15 - PDF
                                  16. Nuclear Power's Cost Is Too Great by Joseph Kriesberg, p. 16 - PDF
                                  17. The Military Still Controls Most of Latin America by Merill Collett, p. 17 - PDF
                                  18. [+] Breaking Down the Cultural Barricades by Arlene Goldbard, p. 18 - PDF
                                    - 1 Review
                                    1. The Struggle for Black Arts in Britain by Kwesi Owusu
                                  19. [+] Thelwell Proves He's Still a Triple Threat by Anthony Borden, p. 18 - PDF
                                    - 1 Review
                                    1. Duties, Pleasures, and Conflicts by Michael Thelwell and James A. Baldwin
                                  20. [+] The Extreme Right Goes Off Half-Cocked by Leonard Zeskind, p. 19 - PDF
                                    - 1 Review
                                    1. Armed and Dangerous by James Coates
                                  21. [+] No Pat Answers On The Rocky Road to Feminist Enlightenment by Pat Aufderheide, pp. 20-23 - PDF
                                    - 1 Review
                                    1. Patti Rocks by David Burton Morris
                                  22. AIDS in the Information AGE by Jeffrey Chester and Barbara Tannenbaum, p. 24 - PDF
                                    1. Patti Rocks by David Burton Morris
                                2. [+] February 17, 1988 Issue
                                  = 24 Articles
                                  1. [+] February 24, 1988 Issue
                                    = 22 Articles
                                    1. [+] March 9, 1988 Issue
                                      = 19 Articles
                                      1. [+] March 16, 1988 Issue
                                        = 21 Articles
                                        1. [+] March 23, 1988 Issue
                                          = 21 Articles
                                        2. [+] Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1988
                                          = 4 Issues, 83 Articles
                                          1. [+] Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1988
                                            = 8 Issues, 167 Articles
                                            1. [+] Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1988
                                              = 8 Issues, 169 Articles
                                            2. [+] Issues of 1989
                                              = 38 Issues, 828 Articles
                                            3. [+] Issues of the 1990s
                                              = 10 Years, 222 Issues, 4,094 Articles
                                              1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
                                                = 10 Years, 176 Issues, 3,141 Articles
                                                1. [+] Issues of the 2010s
                                                  = 1 Year, 2 Issues, 39 Articles
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