March 6, 1989

DEADLY DEFIANCE 1819
WORLD

DEADLY DEFIANCE

THE AYATOLLAH QUICKLY DASHED ANY HOPES THAT HE MIGHT SHOW MERCY TO SALMAN RUSHDIE
THE CHER EFFECT 3839
COVER

THE CHER EFFECT

CHER HAS EMERGED AS PROBABLY THE MOST FASCINATING MOVIE STAR OF HER GENERATION
SEEKING A PRIVATE PLACE 4445
COVER

SEEKING A PRIVATE PLACE

CHER DUCKS THE PUBLICITY GLARE
Into the hands of the powerful 89
COLUMN

Into the hands of the powerful

Thomas Hockin’s apparent demotion could help kill attempts to slow corporate concentration in financial areas
THE LEADERS IN WAITING 1011
CANADA

THE LEADERS IN WAITING

Liberal Leader John Turner has often brushed aside suggestions that he lacks the support of some of his party’s most influential members. Last week, Turner even joked about the dissension within his party while attending a caucus meeting in St. John’s, Nfld.
A fiery reception 5253
ARCHITECTURE

A fiery reception

Canada builds a new capital embassy
Capitol showdown 2223
WORLD

Capitol showdown

A Senate committee deals Bush a setback
A Pop Art puzzle 5455
ART

A Pop Art puzzle

Will Warholmania yield to the next?
Ducking the Rushdie challenge 6465
COLUMN

Ducking the Rushdie challenge

As a card-carrying nationalist, it is very hard to embarrass this humble scribbler about my own country. I mean, I rank right up there with Margaret Atwood and Jack McClelland and Walter Gordon and Mel Hurtig in beating the breast and brandishing the Maple Leaf.
Cracks in the G7 front 3031
BUSINESS

Cracks in the G7 front

The Group of Seven faces growing tensions
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