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    APF Reporter series, "Lessons of the Oil Crisis," finds companies during the 1979 oil crisis held excessive stockpiles; government was unable to obtain basic facts about the situation; internal government reports show the emergency oil-sharing plan is likely to fail if used during the next oil emergancy, December 1981.
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    Kansas City Times series, "The Next American Crisis," looks at chaotic management of water in the United States, May 1981.
  • International Debt Crisis

    Wall Street Journal special section takes in-depth look at international debt crisis.
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    Plain Dealer (Cleveland) studies how ESM Securities took a loss of $26 million in deals in the coal fields of Alabama and Tennessee; ESM's poor financial management led to a crisis in Ohio's savings and loan industry.
  • Mr. Ambassador

    Cincinnati Post scrutinizes Marvin Warner, local millionaire and owner of a savings and loan, and discovers he may be responsible for Ohio's banking crisis; that crisis forced the closure of 70 privately-insured thrifts; Warner disregarded regulations and used the bank to help himself and his friends.
  • ESM Government Securities Inc.

    Cincinnati Post covers Ohio's savings and loan crisis and discovers that the owner of the failed Home State Savings Bank had been involved with the failed ESM Securities Co.; questions the state's explanation of forces that caused the collapse of the bank and started the crisis.
  • Malpractice: The Bitter Pill

    Newsday (Long Island, N.Y.) looks at the malpractice crisis, examining the underlying causes, analyzing the financial realities, looking at the effects on victims of malpractice and pointing out the failure of state agencies to weed out and discipline negligent doctors.
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    Los Angeles Times series describes the crisis among Los Angeles law firms: major New York firms are moving in and stealing top partners, corporate law firms have doubled and tripled in size to remain competitive, new emphasis on ever-greater profits is changing the way firms do business.
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    Waldboro (Maine) Weekly runs series on the lock down at the Maine State Prison and the aftermath of the crisis.
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    Lewiston (Idaho) Morning Tribune examines the $64 million funding crisis in Idaho's Medicaid program that threatened nursing home care for 2,900 elderly and mentally disabled residents; the series shows how the system is rife with loopholes in spending limits, fraudulent claims and inspection violations.