Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Nov 16, 1981
Vol. 16 No. 20
November 16, 1981
With the Victory for AWACS, Senate Hawk Jeremiah Denton Moves Up the Pecking Order
For An American Boy-Monk in Nepal, the Path to Buddhism Began in Beverly Hills
Dr. Vincent T. Devita Jr.
A Pioneering Chemotherapist Is the Bureaucracy's Point Man in the Drive to Lick Cancer—and the Target of Impatient Critics
Wales Hails Diana with Flowers, Hosannas—and a Ewe Named Sue
Maxim Shostakovich Champions His Famous Father's Music in the U.S.
Tv's Hottest Daytime Hussy, Judith Light, Believes Her Success Proves That Soaps Have Grown Up
'Grandmere' Is Julianna Roosevelt's Lifelong Inspiration—and Challenge
Englishman Jonathan Raban Discovers America by Floating Down Ol' Man River
That Preppy Alligator Is An Emblem of the Financial Success of Logo King Robert Koch
One Way for a Man to Save Face, Cosmetologist Lia Schorr Contends, Is to Mask It
David and Phyllis York Treat Problem Teenagers with a Stiff Dose of 'Toughlove'
Is Everything Aboveboard as Anatoly Karpov Closes in on Another Title?
Some Smart Cities Come Full Cycle in Their Drive to Roll Back Budgets
A Determined Actress Pulls Her Daughter from the Depths of a Coma
In the Manhattan Real Estate Game, Billionaire Donald Trump Holds the Winning Cards
It Is the Best of Times, It Is the Worst of Times for Nickleby Star Roger Rees
Susan Beebe's Sweaters Are Warm, but Can Cost a Cool $1,850 Each
Betty Friedan Is Back on the Barricades with a New Cause: Family
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