The production of hard X-rays in accretion onto degenerate dwarfs appears manifested by such sources as the magnetic variables AM Herculis and 3U0311-227 and the dwarf novae SS Cygni, EX Hydrae and U Geminorum. Upper limits on flux above 2 keV from Ariel 5 (Watson, Sherrington and Jameson 1978) and from the high energy detectors of the HEAO A2 experiment show that only a few others usually exhibit more than ~10-11 ergs cm-2s-1 or ~ 1031 ergs s-1. However, while there are only a few sources that these experiments could study, their behavior is complex (Swank et al. 1977a; Ricketts, King and Raine 1979; Swank et al. 1978; Mason, Cordova and Swank 1979). This paper is a brief summary of results for AM Her, EX Hya, SS Cyg and U Gem obtained with the high energy detectors of the HEAO A2 experiment from 2-60 keV and the Solid State Spectrometer Experiment (SSS) with the Monitor Proportional Counter (MPC) on the Einstein Observatory.