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D Magazine June 1984

A MUCKRAKER’S TOUR OF DALIAS

37 POINTS OF DUBIOUS DISTINCTION
By CHRIS TUCKER

ABSENCE OF JUSTICE?

By Angela Enright

ANYONE BUT HIM

Midstream reflections on Campaign ’84
By Chris Tucker

CONSUMER AFTER MA BELL

Untangling the crossed wires
By Evelyn R. Fine

Dallas/Fort Worth Top Department Stores

Ranked by square footage of sales space
By Emily Freeman Pinkston

Dallas/Fort Worth Top Developers

Ranked by construction starts in 1983
By Emily Freeman Pinkston

Dallas/Fort Worth Top Manufacturing Units of National Companies

Ranked by number of employees
By Emily Freeman Pinkston

DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in Dallas
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

Dallas: a city of strong developers and powerless women?
By Lee Cullum

FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIVES

Does a father stand a chance in a custody trial?
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

GETTING STRAIGHT

He was a child alcoholic, a drug runner, a skid row bum. Now, Ed Leach helps young people kick the habit
By W.L. Taitte

INSIDERS

By Angela Enright

INSIGHTS

Privacy vs. the right to know
By Robert A. Wilson

LAWLER VS. LAWLER

The anatomy of an ugly custody battle
By Eric Miller

LETTERS

By D Magazine

LIFE WITH FATHER

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

LIVING DEAR OCCUPANT

A journey through the junk mail jungle
By Tom Peeler

No More Mr. Nice Guys

The 10 toughest bosses in town
By Eric Miller

OUR SECRET GARDEN

A world-class arboretum is blooming on the banks of White Rock Lake
By Tim Allis

SALUTE TO TEXAS MUSIC

By Jessica Lerner

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

THE CITY GRAND OLD PROFITS

When the Republicans party, Dallas gets rich
By Doug Smith

THE FINAL TOUCH

By Clarissa Tartar

The Year of Living Prosperously

The economic recovery of 1983
By Bob Schwaller

What’s an Infomart?

Trammell Crow’s bid to corner the computer market
By Tim Allis

WINDFALLS

By Cathee Crain

WORK BRINGING IN BABY

Why your boss should offer day care
By Katherine Dinsdale