Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 11, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 6
August 11, 1980
Divided They Stand: A Portrait of Plains Bares the Roots of 'Billygate'
What's Middle-Aged and Has Fifty Big, Floppy Ears? A Reunion of 25 Mouseketeers
Two Gung-Ho Nuclear Engineers Brave the Unknown to Clean Up Three Mile Island
Veteran Madam Brandy Baldwin Pays for Her Sins—in a Convent
Is Television the Real Power at the Conventions? Hogwash, Says One of Its Best and Brashest, Dan Rather
Alva and Gunnar Myrdal Know 'The Great Happiness of Living to Be Very Old and Together'
Bill Barich Was a Genuine Risk as a Writer Until He Discovered the World Behind the $2 Window
Femmy De Lyser's P.B.R. Classes Teach the ABC's of Keeping Fit While Having a Baby
Israel's First Native-Born Reform Rabbi Challenges Rigidity and Sexism in His Faith
Cowboy Gary Hemsted Is Heels Over Head—or Is It Vice Versa?—Nuts for the Rodeo
Cancer Columnist Jory Graham Knows Her Subject Only Too Well: She's a Victim Herself
Getting Married Puts John and Patty Donovan on a Slippery Slope Indeed
Your Folks or Your Wife? Jermaine Jackson Quit the Family Five but Could Inherit Motown
If Life Isn't a 3-Ring Circus in Peru, Ind., It's Only Because One Is Enough
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