New York Times Articles 1980-85

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1980

“The Death and Life of Dith Pran: A Story of Cambodia,” Jan. 20, p.SS4.

“A New Common Sense,” May 5, p.A23.

“A Record for Albany Delinquents,” May 9, p.23.

“Marching Against Midden,” May 12, p.A15.

“A Fragile Miracle,” May 16, p.23.

“Punishing The Doctors,” May 19, p.A15.

“Food Stamps for Tycoons,” May 23, p.23.

“The Mayor Has Gone Fission,” May 2, p.A23.

“Abdicating On,” May 30, p.23.

“Sharing the Goodies,” June 2, p.A15.

“Time to Put Westway Away,” June 6, p.23.

“Softball And Democracy,” June 9, p.A15.

“Eight Isn’t Enough,” June 13, p.23.

“The Cupidity Lob,” June 16, p.A19.

“No Books for ‘We The Kids,” June 20, p.23.

“Let the Unknowns Be Heard,” June 23, p.A27.

“Taxes for Prison Trains,” June 27, p.23.

“A Dangerous Tax Revolt,” June 30, p.A15.

“Mr. Koch’s Memorial Subway,” July 4, p.19.

“The Rules Are All We’ve Got,” July 7, p.A23.

“Children Grow in Brooklyn,” July 11, p.23.

“Masterpiece Price Hike,” July 14, p.A25.

“A Talk With Mr. Javits,” July 18, p.23.

“The Risks of Westway,” July 21, p.A15.

“Ellis Island Is Crumbling,” July 25, p.23.

“Isn’t a Primary News?” July 28, p.A15.

“Governor Carey in Trouble,” Aug. 1, p.25.

“Taxes and Fairness,” Aug. 4, p.A15.

“Glass Houses at City Hall,” Aug. 8, p.21.

“Adjusting to Crime,” Aug. 11, p.A17.

“Amex Saves Our Castes,” Aug. 15, p.23.

“Ping-Pong for 36,000,” Aug. 25, p.A19.

“Social Contracts For $25,” Aug. 29, p.23.

“The Enemy Is Apathy,” Sept. 1, p.A19 .

“Cartoons and Paralysis,” Sept. 5, p.19.

“Let ‘Em Eat Jellybeans,” Sept. 8, p.23.

“The Story of A Deal,” Sept. 12, p.23.

“A Thumb in Our Eye,” Sept. 15, p.A31.

“Adding Up Underdogs,” Sept. 19, p.23.

“The Reich Enters the Primary,” Sept. 22, p.A31.

“A City,” Sept. 26, p.23.

“A New Math Explained,” Sept. 29, p.A27.

“Pulling Wings Off People,” Oct. 3, p.27.

“Retreating in the Bronx,” Oct. 6, p.A31.

“2 Plus 2 Equals,” Oct. 10, p.25.

“Tailoring ‘Ramones,’” Oct. 13, p.A23.

“Why Punish The Kids?” Oct. 17, p.23.

“Wheat Chaff and PCB’s,” Oct. 20, p.A31.

“‘I Live Here and You Don’t,’” Oct. 24, p.23.

“A Band-Aid for Crime,” Oct. 27, p.31.

“A Fairness Is the Issue,” Oct. 31, p.27.

“Come Back, Richard,” Nov. 3, p.19.

“Saving the ‘Garden,’” Nov. 7, p.23.

“Covering The Wrong Wounds,” Nov. 10, p.A23.

“Waking a Mothballed Elephant,” Nov. 14, p.23.

“Off With Their Heads,” Nov. 17, p.A31.

“Carey And Cosell,” Nov. 21, p.27.

“Mr. Pleasant Regrets…,” Nov. 24, p.A19.

“Trashing Old People 1,” Nov. 28, p.23.

“Trashing Old People 2,” Dec. 1, p.A31.

“Trashing Old People 3,” Dec. 5, p.25.

“Freud and La Guardia,” Dec. 8, p.A31.

“Taxes and Civilization,” Dec. 12, p.27.

“The Expendable People,” Dec. 15, p.A31.

“Chestnuts Roasting,” Dec. 19, p.27.

1982

“Fairness in Hard Times,” Jan. 19, p.A27.

“Somebody Call the Cops,” Jan. 23, p.23.

“Blue-Chip Underdogs,” Jan. 26, p.A15.

“Candor and Coupons Don’t Mix,” Jan. 30, p.23.

“Curiouser and Curiouser,” Feb. 2, p.A25.

“The Can-Do Bombardier,” Feb. 6, p.23.

“No News Is Bad News,” Feb. 9, p.A19.

“Kissing And Making Up,” Feb. 13, p.25.

“A National Joke,” Feb. 16, p.A19.

“To Misspeak Is Human,” Feb. 20, p.23.

“The Muddy Road to Albany,” Feb. 23, p.A23.

“Apology And Applause,” Feb. 27, p.23.

“Shoot the Messenger,” March 2, p.A23.

“As the Sap Rises,” March 6, p.23.

“Windows Are Breaking,” March 9, p.A23.

“Portman’s Progress,” March 13, p.25.

“Reclaiming Our Streets,” March 16, p.A23.

“Pulling Westway’s Plug,” March 20, p.27.

“Subways for Salvador,” March 23, p.A27.

“Words Fail Him,” March 27, p.23.

“Centrists Don’t Eat Oatmeal,” March 30, p.A19.

“The Playboy Tapes,” April 3, p.25.

“The Tycoons’ Tax Revolt,” April 6, p.A19.

“Credibility Gulch Cont.,” April 10, p.23.

“Rx for Poison: Fiction,” April 13, p.A27.

“You Can’t Wrap Fish With TV,” April 17, p.23.

“Westway: Third-Rate Cover-Up,” April 20, p.A27.

“They Applauded Life,” April 24, p.23.

“Fable From Left Field,” April 27, p.A23.

“On Her Own Four Feet,” May 1, p.27.

“A Jolly Good Fellow,” May 4, p.A31.

“Gentrifiers: The Greed,” May 8, p.23.

“Gentrifiers: The Lawyers,” May 11, p.A19.

“Gentrifiers: The Guns,” May 15, p.27.

“Gentrifiers: The Police,” May 18, p.A23.

“Gentrifiers: The Policy,” May 22, p.27.

“The Musto Experiment,” May 25, p.23.

“Ring Around the Collar,” May 29, p.23.

“Fixing the Quick Fix,” June 1, p.A23.

“Oratorical Mistakes,” June 5, p.23.

“Repairing J-51 Damage,” June 8, p.A27.

“The Killer-Idea Menace,” June 12, p.31.

“The Voices of Children,” June 15, p.A29.

“Pro Bono Publico,” June 19, p.25.

“What Price a Waiter’s Life,” June 22, p.A27.

“Westway Deceit 1,” June 26, p.25.

“Westway Deceit 2,” June 29, p.A23.

“The Walls Still Stand,” July 3, p.21.

“Catch-51 Is Alive,” July 6, p.A17.

“Will the Best Man Win?” July 10, p.23.

“The Tasmanian Devil,” July 13, p.A25.

“15 Days for Keeping The Peace,” July 17, p.19.

“Arson and J-51,” July 20, p.A23.

“Get the Net Out of The Closet,” July 24, p.23.

“Locking the Barn Door,” July 27, p.A23.

“Russians In the Hamptons,” July 31, p.27.

“The Brotherhood Waltz,” Aug. 3, p.A21.

“The Red-Light Menace,” Aug. 7, p.27.

“Two Decades Later . . .” Sept. 14, p.A27.

“Styx at Six,” Sept. 18, p.23.

“Clouding Men’s Minds,” Sept. 21, p.A27.

“Mythology Takes a Beating,” Sept. 25, p.27.

“Discarding Campaign Trash,” Sept. 28, p.A23.

“The Sky Is Loosening,” Oct. 2, p.27.

“Death of a Biology Teacher,” Oct. 5, p.A31.

“The First Debate,” Oct. 9, p.25.

“New Patterns,” Oct. 12, p.A29.

“Testimony About the System,” Oct. 16, p.27.

“Busing the Homeless,” Oct. 19, p.A31.

“Stealing an Election,” Oct. 23, p.27.

“Mississippi for a While,” Oct. 26, p.A29.

“Era of the New Sadism,” Oct. 30, p.27.

“Free the 18 Million,” Nov. 2, p.A23.

“Money and Talking Computers,” Nov. 6, p.27.

“Our New Fiscal Crisis,” Nov. 9, p.A31.

“Looking Good at Fires,” Nov. 13, p.23.

“The $250 Promise,” Nov. 16, p.A27.

“It’s Time To Share The Pain,” Nov. 20, p.23.

“$250 Promise,” Nov. 23, p.A29.

“If Brothers Could Cook,” Nov. 27, p.23.

“Tanks Traps Ahead,” Nov. 30, p.A31.

“Wall St.’s Turn To Help,” Dec. 4, p.27.

“New York Wants You!” Dec. 7, p.A31.

“75 Cents Is Enough,” Dec. 11, p.31.

“Westway’s Price List,” Dec. 14, p.A31.

“Strictly Beau Monde,” Dec. 18, p.27.

“Only Four Who Qualify?” Dec. 21, p.A29.

“To Forgive Is Divine,” Dec. 25, p.19.

“Not Getting Involved,” Dec. 28, p.A23 .

1983

“The Rest Of The Story,” Jan. 1, p.19.

“Not Just the Fittest,” Jan. 4, p.A19.

“When You’re Out Of Sooths,” Jan. 8, p.23.

“Attica On Their Minds,” Jan. 11, p.A19.

“Pushing on Water,” Jan. 15, p.23.

“Cuomo’s Revenue Quest,” Jan. 18, p.A27.

“They Made It Happen,” Jan. 22, p.29.

“Pay What You Think,” Jan. 25, p.25.

“Now For the Hard Part,” Jan. 29, p.23.

“Feet of Claw,” Feb. 1, p.A23.

“Unraveling The Web,” Feb. 5, p.23.

“The Politics Of Unfairness,” Feb. 8, p.A21.

“To Tell The Truth, We Can’t,” Feb. 12, p.23.

“The Depression Army,” Feb. 15, p.A23.

“The Gray Areas,” Feb. 19, p.23.

“The Consulting Game,” Feb. 22, p.A19.

“Marching to Israel,” Feb. 26, p.23.

“Penalties for Puffery,” March 1, p.A23.

“Forgetting the Children?” March 5, p.23.

“How Much Truth?” March 8, p.A31.

“Healing Their Own,” March 12, p.23.

“Let the Mob Contribute,” March 15, p.A25.

“Me and My Shadow,” March 19, p.23.

“A Wake for Westway,” March 22, p.A25.

“Some of Their Best Friends,” March 26, p.23.

“A Needed Gesture,” March 29, p.A21.

“Preview of ’85,” April 2, p.19.

“The G.O.P. Vs. Women,” April 5, p.A27.

“Befogging The Taxpayer,” April 9, p.23.

“Voting for New Faces,” April 12, p.A23.

“Animals Will Be Animals,” April 16, p.L23.

“The Culture Tax,” April 19, p.A23.

“The Good Life of 1883,” April 23, p.23.

“The School Charade,” April 26, p.A23.

“Crocodiles As Partners,” April 30, p.23.

“Cuomo’s Impasse Arrives,” May 3, p.A27.

“A New Class of Landlord,” May 7, p.23.

“The Same Old Scandal,” May 10, p.A25.

“The Toothbrush Test,” May 14, p.23.

“Accident Definition,” May 17, p.A27.

“Voodoo Education,” May 21, p.23.

“A Baffling Epidemic,” May 24, p.A25.

“Terror In Tudor City,” May 28, p.23.

“Nice Guys Go to Jail,” May 31, p.A21.

“Trump For Mayor,” June 4, p.23.

“A Hotfoot for Transit,” June 7, p.A23.

“The Monster We Created,” June 11, p.23.

“The Kissinger Debate,” June 14, p.A23.

“Santa Claus in Junee,” June 18, p.23.

“Stay Home, Rising Star,” June 21, p.A29.

“The Carte Blanche Express,” June 25, p.23.

“Beyond Contempt,” June 28, p.A27.

“A Wonderful Pretend,” July 2, p.21.

“A Chasm Too Wide,” July 5, p.A19.

“Hip Boots Or Gloves?” July 9, p.21.

“Crossing The Line,” July 26, p.21.

“Something You Can Count On,” July 30, p.21.

“No Foreigners Need Apply,” Aug. 2, p.A19.

1984

“Surrounded Givers,” Jan. 3, p.A19.

“A Wee Gift in Return,” Jan. 7, p.23.

“Is Anybody Hungry?” Jan. 10, p.A23.

“The Stewart Case,” Jan. 14, p.21.

“Vital Signs in the Bronx,” Jan. 17, p.A25.

“The Mayor’s Brook,” Jan. 21, p.21.

“No Drinks on the House,” Jan. 24, p.A25.

“Love With a Gas Mask,” Jan. 28, p.23.

“The Unseen Casualties,” Jan. 31, p.A23.

“Reagan’s Homeless,” Feb. 4, p.23.

“Donald Humbug,” Feb. 7, p.A25 .

“The Bus Stops Here,” Feb. 11, p.27.

“Schoolyard Recreation,” Feb. 14, p.A27.

“Mire and Muck and Beelzebub,” Feb. 18, p.23.

“Bricks and Local Power,” Feb. 21, p.A23.

“Cars in a Shoe Box,” Feb. 25, p.23.

“The Boudin Trial,” Feb. 28, p.A27.

“Park Avenue Pique,” March 3, p.23.

“My Little Sex Object,” March 6, p.A23.

“Te Search for Sam Todd,” March 10, p.23.

“A Good 5c Misery Index,” March 13, p.A27.

“One Tar for All,” March 17, p.23.

“Bagging the Brown Bag Mob,” March 20, p.A23.

“Our Samurai Spring,” March 24, p.23.

“The Rape Trial,” March 27, p.A31.

“A Woman Without A Name,” March 31, p.23.

“Reagan’s Homeless Cont’d,” April 3, p.A31.

“Clearing Men’s Minds,” April 7, p.25.

“Jackson as Polarizer,” April 10, p.A31.

“Refurbishgate,” April 14, p.25.

“Potholes Matter,” April 17, p.A23.

“The Wizardry of Oz,” April 21, p.19.

“Mad Dogs And Bayonets,” April 24, p.A27.

“Adult Abuse,” April 28, p.23.

“Informing on Drugs,” May 1, p.A31.

“Other Voices,” May 5, p.25.

“The City’s Split Taxes,” May 8, p.A31.

“Tooth Fairies Don’t Rent,” May 12, p.23.

“The Essence of Life,” May 15, p.A29.

“Mondale Has Great Legs,” May 19, p.23.

“The Crime of Poverty,” May 22, p.A27.

“Playing It Safe,” May 26, p.23.

“Let Them Go,” May 29, p.A19.

“Getting On the Team,” June 2, p.23.

“Baseball Isn’t for Nihilists,” June 5, p.A27.

“Corruption Ignored,” June 9, p.23.

“Corruption Ignored 2,” June 12, p.A27.

“A Serious Event,” June 15, p.A27.

“Overcrowded Choice,” June 19, p.A27.

“The Loudest Voices,” June 22, p.A27.

“Keeping Doors Open,” June 26, p.A25.

“Shut Up Or Get Out,” June 29, p.A27.

“Places at the Table,” July 24, p.A21.

“Getting to Know You,” July 28, p.23.

“Tis the Season to Be Pandering; Getting the Pope on Your Side,” July 31, p.A21.

“Adult Abuse Cont’d,” Aug. 4, p.23.

“Let Them Eat Boutiques,” Aug. 7, p.A25.

“Blurring the Line; When Religion Because a Part of Government,” Aug. 11, p.23.

“Running for Cover; The Child Abuse Scandal Widens,” Aug. 14, p.A23.

“It’s Sitting Still That’s Risky,” Aug. 18, p.23.

“The Mondaro Credibility Gap; edging in the Age of Disclosure,” Aug. 21, p.A25.

“Want-Ad Responses,” Aug. 25, p.23.

“Reach Out and Porn Someone,” Aug. 28, p.A19.

“Blotting Out The Sun,” Sept. 1, p.23.

“Rappaport Sounds the Alarm; Doing All We Can While Half Asleep,” Sept.  4, p.A21.

“Thoughts of an Infidel,” Sept. 8, p.21.

“Must We Identify U.F.O.’s?” Sept. 11, p.A31.

“Color-blind Is Black,” Sept. 15, p.23.

“Keeping Women Out; Men’s Clubs Have Circled Their Wagons,” Sept. 18, p.A27.

“Tax Breaks Never Die,” Sept. 22, p.25.

“Crime and Spectacle,” Sept. 25, p.A27.

“Dodging at the Green,” Sept. 29, p.23.

“Please Vote, but Not So Fast,” Oct. 2, p.A31.

“Walking on the Red; Pedestrians Run Red Lights, Too,” Oct. 6, p.23.

“Westway’s Sleaze Factor,” Oct. 9, p.A33.

“The G.O.P. Goes for the Jews,” Oct. 13, p.27.

“Two Small Steps for Security,” Oct. 16, p.A31.

“George the Gender Blender,” Oct. 20, p.A33.

“Emptying and Gentrifying; ‘Tenants Were Assaulted and Injured,” Oct. 23, p.A33.

“New Westway Dictionary; It’s Judgment Error, Not Corruption,” Oct. 27, p.25.

“50,000 Displeased Persons; As Housing Shrinks, the Homeless Grow,” Dec. 4, p.A31.

“Charity Begins at the Movies,” Dec. 8, p.23.

“Deciding Who Counts; Of the 1,500, Which Murders Are News?” Dec. 11, p.A31.

“Progress and Breaking Eggs; Why Residents of Clinton Are Worried,” Dec. 15, p.23.

“Put Up Your Dukes; O’Connor Chooses Confrontation,” Dec. 18, p.A31.

“Asking For Her Happy Life,” Dec. 22, p.23.

“No Room in the City; Averting Eyes From the Housing Crisis,” Dec. 25, p.27.

“A New Morality Play,” Dec. 29, p.21.

1985

“Peter Kihss, Reporter; Honoring Our Teachers,” Jan. 1, p.27.

“Support Your Local Shooter,” Jan. 5, p.21.

“Seeing Cabals Everywhere; The Mayor’s Stormy Race Relations,” Jan. 8, p.A19.

“Gold on 44th Street,” Jan. 12, p.21.

“Fingers in the Dike,” Jan. 15, p.A19.

“The Bernhard Goetz Mailbag,” Jan. 19, p.21.

“The Poverty Divide,” Jan. 22, p.A25.

“Pyramids That Cloud the Mind,” Jan. 26, p.21.

“The Protected Coroner,” Jan. 29, p.A27.

“Governing the Headline,” Feb. 2, p.21.

“The Purloined City; Our Streets Are Going to the Suburbs,” Feb. 5, p.A25.

“The Pallid Opposition,” Feb. 9, p.23.

“$14,500 for Teachers Ain’t Pay,” Feb. 12, p.A19.

“Give Kiley And Gunn Some Time,” Feb. 16, p.23.

“His Nose Keeps Growing,” Feb. 19, p.A23.

“The Non-Reflecting Mayor,” Feb. 23, p.23.

“Breaking Up the Gang,” Feb. 26, p.A27.

“The Mood Has Changed,” March 2, p.23.

“Boondoggle Local Choice,” March 5, p.A27.

“Doer and Slumlord Both,” March 9, p.23.

“Manny and Nina, Are You Real?” March 12, p.A31.

“Home-Truth Report,” March 16, p.23.

“A Lot of Talk About Crime,” May 19, p.A25.

“The I.R.S. Image Problem,” March 30, p.23.

“Our Kids and Cocaine,” April 2, p.A27.

“Cambodia Forgotten 1,” April 6, p.19.

“Cambodia Forgotten 2,” April 9, p.A29.

“The Land Of Hustle and Con,” April 13, p.23.

“Memory Is the Answer,” April 23, p.A27.

“Thoughts About Police Scandals,” April 27, p.23.

“Taking the Joy Out of Baseball,” April 30, p.A31.

“Let ‘Em Move Wherever,” May 4, p.27.

“The Letters Home,” May 7, p.A31.

“Holes In the Law,” May 11, p.25.

“Color Accountability Gray,” May 14, p.A27.

“When Children Play With Mud Pies,” May 18, p.25.

“The Possible Is Possible,” May 21, p.A27.

“When Silence Is Poison,” May 25, p.23.

“A Tidal Wave of Bad Fortune,” May 28, p.A19.

“Assault Crane,” June 1, p.23.

“Child Abuse Revisited,” June 4, p.A29.

“Turning Parks Into Pit Stops,” June 8, p.23.

“Merits and Misconduct,” June 11, p.A27.

“Exploiting the Homeless,” June 15, p.23.

“The Crooks Are in Charge,” June 18, p.A27.

“The Crooks Are in Charge 2,” June 22, p.27.

“The Concrete Wall of Silence,” June 25, p.A27.

“It’s Machine Gun Time,” June 29, p.25.

“Getting ‘the Message’; The Westway Orders Came From Above,” July 2, p.A19.

“The Testimony Doesn’t Wash,” July 6, p.21.

“Where Are the Indians?” July 9, p.A27.

“Poverticians Make Good Campaign Workers,” July 13, p.21.

“A Roy Cohn Sampler,” July 16, p.A23.

“Campaign of Silence,” July 20, p.23.

“”Towers, Towers, Everywhere,” July 23, p.A27.

“Cajun Flies And Westway,” Jul 27, p.23.

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