January 2, 1989

LOOKING AHEAD 1011
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LOOKING AHEAD

FORESIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2001: PROSPERITY— BUT ALSO SOME FUTURE SHOCKS
FICKLE VOTERS, NEW LOYALTIES 1415
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FICKLE VOTERS, NEW LOYALTIES

ONE IN FOUR CHANGED AT LEAST ONCE
A KEENER EARTH WATCH 1819
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A KEENER EARTH WATCH

A 'YES’ TO SPENDING MORE ON SAFER GOODS
WAR OVER WORDS 3839
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WAR OVER WORDS

QUEBEC'S MOVE TO RESTRICT THE USE OF ENGLISH SIGNS PROVOKED A CRISIS ACROSS THE COUNTRY
A SPOTLIGHT ON CANADIANS 89
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A SPOTLIGHT ON CANADIANS

THE PEOPLE SAY THAT THEY ARE OPTIMISTIC AND HAPPY. STILL, THERE ARE DEEP WORRIES
UNEASY OVER NEWCOMERS 2829
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UNEASY OVER NEWCOMERS

MOST OPTED FOR THE MELTING POT
HOMOSEXUAL RIGHTS 2223
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HOMOSEXUAL RIGHTS

A MODERATE MAJORITY ACCEPTS GAYS
A RETREAT FROM IDEALS 3637
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A RETREAT FROM IDEALS

THE ISSUES ARE CLOSER TO HOME
The pick of 1988 6060a
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The pick of 1988

Top entertainments in a bountiful year
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Reagan defends democracy, Helen Shaver changes a script and Italy’s daring parliamentarian fights for her way of life
December 261988 January 91989