September 19, 1988

OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Confusion among Liberal insiders, Joe Clark’s delicate problem, Eddie Edwards’s overwhelming urge for exposure
A FATAL OBSESSION 5051
FILMS

A FATAL OBSESSION

THE MAD SCIENTIST OF CANADIAN FILM, GOES BEYOND HORROR WITH DEAD RINGERS
THE VIEW FROM MAIN STREET 3636A
COVER

THE VIEW FROM MAIN STREET

SPEAKING OUT ON THE TRADE ISSUE
Glimpses of God 4445
IDEAS

Glimpses of God

A scientific genius grapples with Creation
Straight from the horse's mouth 89
COLUMN

Straight from the horse's mouth

The first week of September brought forth the usual sum of human misery. Reports from the small Central African country of Burundi told of wretched children, their backs ripped open by soldiers’ bayonets. In Poland, workers continued to press in vain for an independent trade union.
THE CANADIANS LOOK SOUTH 3839
COVER

THE CANADIANS LOOK SOUTH

A RACE TO INVEST IN AMERICA
A FORMER ERA ON TRIAL 1819
WORLD

A FORMER ERA ON TRIAL

It sounded more like the decline and fall of the Roman Empire than a recent chapter in the history of the staid and sober Soviet Union. A spectacular trial that opened in Moscow last week filled the Soviet news media with lurid tales of illicit sex among the ruling elite, lavish lifestyles, buried treasure, nepotism, greed and suicide.
Far from the greedy birds of prey 2829
BUSINESS WATCH

Far from the greedy birds of prey

Peter Cole is a card-carrying humanist who enjoys a relaxed lifestyle and who appreciates the absurdities of life on the bourse
SELLING THE KING 2627
BUSINESS

SELLING THE KING

WAYNE GRETZKY IS ALREADY GENERATING REVENUE FOR HIS LOS ANGELES OWNERS
WINNING THE TRADE BATTLE 3233
COVER

WINNING THE TRADE BATTLE

THE ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES IS WELL ON ITS WAY
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