Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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May 12, 1980
Vol. 13 No. 19
May 12, 1980
Aftermath of a Failure: Anguished Families, a Resignation in Protest and a Grim Postmortem
The Iran Raid Claims One Political Casualty: Secretary of State Vance
A Mission Impossible? No, Say Terrorist Experts as They Critique What Went Wrong
She May Not Exactly Be the Boss, but Talk of Independents Should Begin with Keke, Not John, Anderson
Columnist Erma Bombeck Campaigns for the E.r.a. and That's No Laughing Matter
With An Oscar in Tow, Writer Steve Tesich Finds His Career Is Finally Breaking Away
'Lord of the Rings' Irvin Feld Has Made a Fading Circus the Greatest Show on Earth Again
A Black Cardinal Prepares for the First Papal Tour of Africa
An Actress Turns to Finance: History Proves That Both Dina Merrill and Her Daddy Knew Best
Where There's Smoke There's Usually a Best-Seller for Author and Firefighter Dennis Smith
From Duke Ellington to Duke University, Mary Lou Williams Tells the World: 'jazz Is Love'
Egyptian Actress Suzanne Taleb Plays An Executed Saudi Princess—and Pays a Price of Her Own
Ma Barker and Pal Turn Out to Be Actress Maud Adams and Live-Out Boyfriend Reid Smith
50 Years After Clyde Tombaugh Found Pluto, His Career Is Still Looking Up
Art Is Long, and So Are the Odds Against Painter Gina Bovaird in Macho Motorcycle Racing
Pat Benatar Calls Her Man-Killing Rock Buildup Pure Hype, but the Bucks Are No 'heartbreaker'
A Pretty Face but a Bulging Figure? a Sympathetic Author Explains Why You're That Way
His Wife's 'Slice' Prospered While Ron Leibman's 'Kaz' Sank, but Then Neil Simon Put Him in 'Pictures'
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