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, pp. 2-5 -
by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 6-7 -
L.A.'s "Black Friday"
by William W. Turner, pp. 8-13 -
The Press vs. Garrison
by Jean Lacouture, pp. 14-15 -
The Fire this Time
by Noam Chomsky, pp. 16-21 -
Romiossini or Of Things Greek
by Iannis Ritsos, pp. 22-23 -
The New Guerrillas
America's Black Guerrillas
by Sol Stern, pp. 24-27 -
by Paul Goodman, pp. 28-30 -
The Diggers in 1984
The Mystery of B. Traven
by Judy Stone, pp. 31-49 -
On Regis Debray
by Adam Hochschild, pp. 50-51 -
by Regis Debray, pp. 52-55 -
With Guatemala's Guerrillas
by Eduardo Galeano, pp. 56-59 -
Position Paper of the Committee of Returned Volunteers
, pp. 60-63 -
Like a Conquered Province, by Paul Goodman
--- by Studs Terkel,, pp. 64-65 -
Like a Conquered Province
by Paul Goodman
Inside the FBI, by Norman Ollestad
--- by William W. Turner,, pp. 66-70 -
Inside the FBI
by Norman Ollestad
Los Angeles: The Ultimate City, by Christopher Rand
--- by Richard Ellmann,, pp. 71-74 -
Los Angeles: The Ultimate City
by Christopher Rand
"Race, IQ, and Wealth"
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