Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 29, 1981
Vol. 15 No. 25
June 29, 1981
For 10 Graduate Students, the Cream of the Class of '81, the Past Will Surely Be Prologue
Fuming Over the Baghdad Raid, P.m. Candidate Shimon Peres Advances on Menachem Begin
A Grieving, Angry Mother Charges That Drunken Drivers Are Getting Away with Murder
With a Touch of Brash, George Segal Finally Plays the Big Time
For Kenny Rogers and Cher, a House Is Not a Home—unless Ron Wilson Decorates It
'the White Hotel' Accommodates All: It's Sexy, Freudian, Literary—and a Best-Seller
Pam Dawber Casts Off from Mork to Crew with Andy Gibb and 'the Pirates of Penzance'
Foundation Chief John Coleman Learns About Prisons the Hard Way—from Inside
The Thunder on the Right Is from Rep. Jack Kemp, Washington's Man to Watch
Wilderness Taboo Buster China Galland Wants Women to Keep on Trekking
A Mother's Faith in Her Handicapped Son Leads to His First Book—or Is It Hers?
Akio Morita's Walkman Lets Everyone March—or Boogie—to His Own Drummer
Theater's Top Twofer Is Tom and Theoni Aldredge: He Emotes, She Keeps Broadway in Stitches
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