Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,149 covers and 54,342 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
May 25, 1981
Vol. 15 No. 20
May 25, 1981
Britain's First Lady of Love, Barbara Cartland, Colors the Colonies Pink
France Chooses a President—an Unsociable Socialist with a Passion for Literature
Broadway Gives Its Regards to a Radiant Rookie Named Elizabeth Taylor
An Anatomy of a White House Appointment: Can the Best Man (or Woman) Win?
From 'Firebird' to Big Bird, Kermit Love Proves His Muppet Magic
Got the Jitters? the Secret of a Calm Mind Is in the Muscles, Says Psychologist Joe Mcguigan
Sylvia Earle Makes An in-Depth Case for Women's Equality
Hearing 'Voices'? Yup, It's Another Hit Off That Lp by Hall & Oates
Her Name Rhymes with Flair, and Actress Mare Winningham Has It to Spare
Dr. Arnold Klein's Business Is Shady but Lifesaving—He's Out to Prevent Skin Cancer
A Literary Capitalist Named Martin Cruz Smith Mines Moscow in 'gorky Park'
Remember Those Topless Suits? After a Cool-Out, Racy Rudi Gernreich Returns to the Fashion Swim
Are You Doing a Slow Burn? Don't Hyperventilate, Says Herb Cohen—Negotiate
This Is Just a Warm-Up for Michael Davis: in the Show, He Juggles Mickey Rooney
Raul Espino's Parents Fight to Free Him from the Box His Texas School Has Placed Him in
To Dr. Thomas Hanna, the Indy 500 Means Mostly Potential Patients: 33 Drivers and 350,000 Fans
When Bill and Susan Rehearse Their TV Soap Vows as Offscreen Mates, It's 'Hayes of Our Lives'
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